TOBAGO MAN FACES FRAUD CHARGES
Posted: Sunday, October 13, 2013
TOBAGO MAN FACES FRAUD CHARGES
...for fraudulently obtaining $5.5 million from the Sport and Culture Fund based in the Office of the Prime Minister.
ILP official in Luxury car racket
A high-ranking member of the Independent Liberal Party (ILP) has been named as the critical link in an ongoing United Kingdom police investigation into stolen luxury vehicles.
Police seize luxury Range Rover of ILP's Deonarine
'CHECK SLY FOX FOR MONIES'
Revealing messages from Govt minister's cellphone to URP manager
Campaign $$ from contractors
WASA official raked in funds for UNC by-election bid
No regulations for financiers
Under the Integrity in Public Life Act, Bhola may have some questions to answer.
PM: Traffic ease soon
THE third phase of the Churchill Roosevelt/Uriah Butler Highway Interchange was yesterday officially opened
Persad Bissessar: Interchange passed earthquake test
Earthquake a reminder that we must be prepared—PM
Two burning issues for Caricom
Jamaica's Shanique Myrie vs the Barbados government and a highly controversial ruling by the Dominican Republic's Constitutional Court
Jwala refuses 'official residence'
'Renovation cost $300,000 and not $3m'
Local firm Raldon tipped to take over from Sunway
Part VI of an investigation into National Quarries
War between minister and ASTT president intensifies- Dhano demands an apology
Rowley addresses concern at meeting: Wrong doers at National Quarries not arrested
PNM candidate joins the UNC
A former Peoples National Movement (PNM) local government candidate for Barrackpore West has stepped out of the race and crossed the floor to the United National Congress (UNC)
Moonilal uncovers another deportee
... candidate gave a fictitious address to the Elections and Boundaries Commission in filing his nomination papers
COP an 'appendage' to PP say senior members
Despite its best efforts, the Congress of the People (COP) remains "an appendage" within the UNC-led People's Partnership coalition government.
London: Apologetic shark, still a shark
...urging Tobagonians living in Trinidad to come out and vote for the balisier in the October 21 local government elections.
Kamla: Attack on me is attack on mothers
PM Kamla: Resources distributed throughout TT
...heaped scorn on claims that development in Trinidad and Tobago was taking place only in areas "south of the Caroni river."
Rowley: We eh 'fraid Jack
...United National Congress (UNC) begged the PNM for its support to postpone the October 21 local government elections because "they 'fraid Jack Warner".
Earthquake causes stir at PNM meeting
Warner promises better quality of life for Point Fortin supporters
The Peoples Partnership (PP) Government has spent more than $200 billion over the past three years and Princes Town has nothing to show for it...
Montano confident of victory for Jack
Parties running Tunapuna/Piarco invited to forum
... to outline their position on the development of the Orange Grove Savannah.
Nacta: Split votes put PNM ahead in Siparia
Quake shakes during The Archbishop and the Prime Minister
Friday's 6.4 earthquake shook the Central Bank at 10.11 p.m., halfway through Ralph Maraj's play The Archbishop and the Prime Minister.
'Theatre pillar' Marshall is dead
Stanley Marshall, one of the founders of the Trinidad Theatre Workshop, has died.
Seven years for robbery with violence
A SANGRE GRANDE man who was released from prison in February was last Wednesday sentenced to seven years hard labour after he robbed the secretary of an attorney with whom he had earlier had a meeting.
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