Debates Commission asks PM to think again
Posted: Monday, October 14, 2013
Debates Commission asks PM to think again
Prime Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar—leader of the People's Partnership Government—had opted not to participate in tomorrow's T&T Debates Commission's leaders' debate.
Prakash is PP's choice
Congress of the People (COP) leader Prakash Ramadhar will represent the PP.
KAMLA PULLS OUT
Prakash picked to replace Partnership leader in tomorrow's elections debate
ILP names by-election candidate - Om's the man
Attorney Om Lalla will represent the Independent Liberal Party (ILP) in the St Joseph by-election on November 4.
Election frenzy taking over
Two separate election campaigns officially overlapping today
Rowley: We don't want to win St Joseph by default
Today is nomination day in St Joseph by-election
BLIND EYE TO FRAUD
Judge criticises EMA chief in $1.3m court case
658 ex-Caroni workers get leases
Prime Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar said the terms of a Voluntary Separation of Employment Programme (VSEP) mandated that they got their "just due."
PM: Land leases nothing to do with elections
Fuad: Patients need good service
Over 5,000 complaints registered
ERHA wins 'Best Provider Agency' award
Coordinator defends eye survey
...'Not risky or secretive'
Deyalsingh demands 'jail' for National Quarries board
OPPOSITION Senator Terrence Deyalsingh, the People's National Movement's (PNM) candidate for the St Joseph by-election:
COP man hits non-selection
Congress of the People (COP) member Victor Lall is protesting the party's decison to chose another candidate over him, in the upcoming local government elections.
'Careful how you vote'
Oropouche East MP Dr Roodal Moonilal on Saturday night at a UNC local government elections campaign meeting:
Can PNM win Chaguanas Borough Corporation?
Moonilal: There's fighting in ILP
Deputy Leader of the United National Congress (UNC) Roodal Moonilal has claimed that there is internal fighting within the executive of the Independent Liberal Party (ILP).
Photographer faces off with Prakash
...over allegations of financial impropriety levelled against a party official.
Rowley: Time to make up for 2010
OPPOSITION and People's National Movement (PNM) leader Dr Keith Rowley on Saturday night told supporters it was time for them to "make up" for the mistakes of voting the People's Partnership into office.
Rowley sees reason for ILP's 'deportee dilemma'
Meet Job, the Independent
SEVEN years after he was deported from the United States, Carenage resident Jonathan Job, 31, is campaigning as an independent candidate for the Point Cumana electoral district
MSJ launches manifesto in Point Fortin
THE Movement for Social Justice (MSJ) on Friday night launched its manifesto during a meeting at Point Fortin.
Highway will be completed
A DEFIANT Prime Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar: not only will the Point Fortin to San Fernando Highway be completed, but the People's Partnership remains committed to construction of a highway linking Mayaro to the San Fernando.
Belize focuses on securing computer networks
Rambarran urges IMF to tackle Caribbean debt
Call for honour for first Carib chief Hyarima
Dr Satnarine Bal-karansingh, chairman for the International First Peoples Conference 2013, has said the first Carib chief who was named Hyarima should be given a posthumous award
THA aims to increase economic opportunities with 'Tobago Weekend'
...despite 'small' budget
Storm-affected fishermen to get $3.8m
Government has agreed to provide $3.8 million in compensation to fishermen whose boats and equipment were damaged by a storm in January of this year.
Little victims of a political timetable
Education Ministry's SEA innovation known as the Continuous Assessment Component (CAC)
NIB: Pensioner not entitled to extra $$
St Mary's celebrates 150 years with museum exhibition
St Mary's College will be staging a Museum Exhibition at the Centenary Hall of the College from October 15 to 25.
Late start to Parang launch
Forgotten village of Monte Video
Tucked away on Paria road
Gang war continues in east PoS
Gang violence in east Port-of-Spain continued yesterday with several early-morning shootings, including one on Independence Square, which left two men warded in hospital.
Bandit stabbed, ear sliced off
A MAN who robbed his friend of several items, had his right ear severed and was stabbed several times about his body on Saturday at KP Lands, Valencia.
PoS cops arrest 21 in city exercise
THREE young men, caught with knives stuck in the waist of their pants as they patrolled the Brian Lara Promenade looking for robbery victims
Prisons officer arrested
...after being caught red-handed attempting to smuggle into the Golden Grove Prisons a number of contraband items including cellular phones.
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