Posted: Monday, October 21, 2013
WE VOTE TODAY
Cellphone alert at polling stations
Largest police deployment ever
For today's local government elections
Aldermen to be worked out in next few days—EBC
The Elections and Boundaries Commission will apply the new proportional representation formula to today's election results over the next few days to determine how aldermen are appointed for the various corporations.
Charges of 'buying votes' in today's polls
Partnership raises concerns with EBC
It's an act of desperation
Warner on ILP 'conspiracy':
EBC: Caratal/Tortuga residents to vote at Gasparillo Govt School
PM blanks function for motorcade
PRIME MINISTER Kamla Persad-Bissessar yesterday blanked a function, for which she was the intended feature speaker, to participate in a motorcade in her constituency
Ganga takes up post at UTT
...on sabbatical from Petrotrin
Cops question method used to buy out leave
There is growing discontent among several police officers over the method being used in choosing officers to "buy out" their leave.
Ish, Steve appeal
...Section 34 arguments today
CWU: Quarries chairman must go
NATIONAL Quarries (NQ) chairman Mitra Ramkhelawan has caused "outrage" within the Communication Workers' Union (CWU), after he referred to trade unions as "disgusting".
Pundit: T&T, India cannot celebrate Divali on same date
THE dates for Hindu festivals calculated for India cannot be used in Trinidad and Tobago, according to SWAHA spiritual head Paramacharya Pundit Hardeo Persad.
Health Minister, Dr Fuad Khan yesterday said he hopes to create a National Opiate Policy in order to make it easier for the country to receive the pain relief medications.
TTUTA takes Education Ministry to task as ten schools remain closed
The T&T Unified Teachers' Association (TTUTA) says it is appalled by the approach taken by the Education Ministry to repair schools.
School protests; still no textbooks
Restoring the railway station
THERE is an intersection in traffic-choked San Fernando that many harried drivers went out of their way to pass every weekday morning, for a good reason.
Victory for 'Save our green space committee'
THE future of the Orange Grove Savannah/Eddie Hart Ground in Tacarigua was under threat, according to residents, but through their efforts, plans to erect a sporting complex on the site have been shelved.
Lone Cedros fisherwoman bemoans small catch
Fishermen, farmers net $6.4M compensation
Farmers and fisherfolk who were affected by flood in the constituencies of Cumuto/ Manzanilla and Toco/ Sangre Grande received compensation amounting to $6.4 million
Manzanilla to get new $350,000 fishing depot
Shell celebrates 100 years in T&T
...plans further expansion
40 outhouses getting the boot
Forty households in Laventille and surrounding areas in East Port-of-Spain, will get modern toilet and bathroom facilities.
Cascade residents live in fear as stray pitbull still on the loose
The police are still on the lookout for an abandoned pitbull that has been terrorising Cascade residents.
Bullies attack nine-year-old student
Nine-year-old beaten up by 12 girls in her school.
Four days after death threat reported to cops Diamond father, 34, ambushed and killed
Diamond Village father Aaron Ryan Bachan was stabbed to death near his home yesterday
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