Posted: Tuesday, October 15, 2013
'Crime Watch' host heckled after filing nomination papers as UNC St Joseph by-election candidate
...He may share national security with Gary
CRIME Watch host and People's Partnership candidate in the St Joseph by-election, Ian Alleyne, may become the crime-fighting partner of National Security Minister Gary Griffith
....vows to help Govt fight crime
GML acts on Alleyne, Fabien shows...By-election fight a conflict of interest
Two shows placed on hold at media house
Lalla 'cordial' with Alleyne
No board decision to suspend CEO
National Quarries director:
DEBATE IS OFF
Kamla stands firm, Jack pulls out
Abdulah: PM 'ducking' debate
Fabien: I'm black disinfectant to clean up Parliament
...Deyalsingh disappointed with 'bacchanalian' nomination day
PEOPLE'S National Movement (PNM) candidate for St Joseph, former senator Terrence Deyalsingh, was yesterday disappointed with what he called a "bacchanalian" scene at the Elections and Boundaries Commission's (EBC) office
I'm the victim
Anna Deonarine slams 'Guardian':
AG: 'Stolen' car going back to London
Anand slams 'lies and gossip'
...dismisses 'Sunday Express' story
Living it up in Chaguanas
From sleepy village to commercial hub
Chaguanas in the past few decades has grown from being a sleepy village set amidst sprawling canefields to being a borough and potentially the third city in Trinidad.
Back on the job
Employees 'ignore' Duke...
Rowley: PM bound by law to answer commission
Section 34 e-mail scandal...
Nipdec issues bonds to raise $1 billion
The National Insurance Property Development Company Limited (Nipdec) is planning to raise $1 billion through the issue of 16-year bonds with a fixed coupon rate of 4 per cent
UTC boss: T&T can ride out US shutdown
Carib community want national holiday
Santa Rosa First People's Community chief Ricardo Bharath Hernandez is calling for a national holiday to commemorate the Caribs, the first people to live in T&T.
Carmona to be named UTT chancellor
Minister of Tertiary Education and Skills Training Fazal Karim says President Anthony Carmona will be officially sworn in as chancellor of the University of Trinidad and Tobago (UTT) on October 25
Region urged to explore green technology
Longdenville school protest
Frustrated that their cries for a new school building has fallen on deaf ears for the past 14 years...
Matt: Nothing wrong with journalists obtaining HDC housing
Fun event leaves Savannah 'stained'
Up to yesterday afternoon, the purple and red powder that was thrown at the 2,300 participants still carpeted parts of the pitchwalk around the perimeter.
Fuad: Infant mortality high
Baby may have cerebral palsy
FIRST time parents Nazia Mohammed, 26, and husband Damien Sooknanan, 28, are fearing that because of negligence on the part of nurses and doctors of the Sangre Grande Hospital's Maternity Ward
Month-old infant slammed to the ground in Point
...the child's mother said this was the fourth time her male relative had attempted to kill the baby in a fit of anger.
Mother of three jailed for stealing handbag
A MOTHER of three, who said she stole a woman's handbag because she was desperately trying to feed her children, was yesterday sent to prison.
No bail for PH driver
A MAN working his private car as a taxi appeared in court yesterday charged with allegedly assaulting a 12-year-old passenger.
Suspect beaten and killed after hold-up
A 61-year-old bandit was pronounced dead on arrival at Sangre Grande District Hospital on Sunday afternoon, after being held by his victims, tied up and supposedly beaten.
Ultrasound theft: 3 accused get $.9m bail
THREE men who allegedly stole a half-a-million-dollar ultrasound machine from the San Fernando General Hospital have each been placed on $300,000 bail.
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