Political Bust Up
Posted: Tuesday, October 8, 2013
Political Bust Up
Alleyne, Om Lalla Part Ways, Lawyer also stops Crime Watch promos
Khan now fighting Alleyne's case
The new lead attorney representing television host Ian Alleyne yesterday made a no-case submission in his case for allegedly resisting arrest
No case for Alleyne
...the charge that he resisted being arrested by Ag ASP Ajith Persad last year cannot be sustained by law, as the actual arrest was unlawful.
DUMAS VS CARMONA
Karl hints at legal action on Dumas' behalf if President's Police Service Commission nominations are confirmed
Text of letter from Karl Hudson-Phillips, QC to Attorney General Anand Ramlogan
Murdered Venezuelans were dentist, businessman
Venezuelan couple Jose Vasquez Marcano, 33, a businessman and Gladys Otize, 34, a dentist.
Bus-stealing racket busted
Public Transport Service Corporation (PTSC) employees, licensing officers and private bus operators may be involved.
Farmers protest lack of action from Government
Various farming associations falling under the umbrella of the National Food Crop Farmers Association (NFFA) protested yesterday at the Norris Deonarine Wholesale Market, Macoya.
...no new cases of influenza A H1N1 or swine flu virus at the San Fernando General Hospital.
2009 swine flu plan reactivated
It's not under any probe, anywhere
Chinese Embassy vouches for China Railway Construction
T&T poised for modest economic recovery, says IMF
Trinidad and Tobago is poised for a modest recovery and the non-energy sector should grow around 2.5 per cent
COP won't be in debate
THE Congress of the People (COP) will not be allowed to offer themselves as a voice separate from that of the People's Partnership in the upcoming debates
Councillor rallies with move to stop new tennis centre
Local government councillor for the Macoya/Trincity district Ria Boodoo vows to rally around the "Save Our Green Space" Committee to stop the construction of a tennis centre at the Orange Grove Savannah, Tacarigua
ILP candidate pulls out race
Regon Boxhill, was vying for the Mon Repos/Navet seat
Sex in politics: A live issue
Political party officials on the sexual harassment of women candidates
PP to improve health care
PRIME Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar, to include a national health-card which will reduce doctor's fees
NACTA poll reveals PNM victory in 7 corporations
Due to the splitting of votes among the United National Congress (UNC), Congress of the People (COP) and the Independent Liberal Party (ILP)
Principals struggling as 'training' teachers absent
WHILE the Ministry of Education is attempting to train teachers to efficiently cope with the new primary schools curriculum...
Stop the bullying in schools
No classes at 3 schools
Indigenous groups return to Red House to pray
...no decision has yet been taken on declaring part, or all of the original seat of Parliament a heritage site.
Another highway project to resume
Ministry of Works and Infrastructure has resumed the land acquisition process to begin construction of the San Fernando to Princes Town highway.
Doctors still baffled over chutney star's illness
...Rajin Dhanraj 'unconscious, unresponsive'
Blood clot was the cause of death
Alisa Mohammed, the sister-in-law of Minister of the People and Social Development, Dr Glenn Ramadharsingh ... not from dengue as was previously suspected.
Info passed on to Govt
Police have "information" on Kenneth "Spanish" Rodriguez, a sub-contractor on the $2 million police post at Duncan Street, Port-of-Spain
Williams: Violence rampant
...East West Corridor, area where police are "confronted with the greatest levels of violence within the society and for which we need to pay special focus".
Griffith briefed on attack on tourists
Three South African tourists who were attacked aboard a yacht off Tobago last month.
Naipaul-Coolman case nears start
JURORS selected in the kidnapping and murder trial of businesswoman Vindra Naipaul-Coolman will soon begin hearing evidence
'Crime against TT'
43-year-old oyster vendor, charged with hunting Trinidad's National Bird — the Scarlet Ibis — which is protected by law
Another man killed in Arima
GANG warfare in Arima claimed the life of a seventh man in just under two weeks
Drunk cricketer to serve 80 hours community service
...afraid his girlfriend had swine flu and he was taking her to hospital.
Fined $200 for asking cop for a back rub
A CHAGUANAS man who invited a policeman to rub his back
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