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CJ summons judges
Posted: Monday, December 9, 2013

CJ summons judges
Amidst talk of 'assault' on judiciary

No move to embarrass CJ
Attorney defends clients' action:

AXED Opposition Whip in the Senate Pennelope Beckles-Robinson, the PNM Lady vice- chairman, was a surprise guest at a curry-duck and table-top beating competition hosted by Government Whip Dr Roodal Moonilal

Board sacks ERHA head but Khan threatens to axe directors instead

ERHA board terminates CEO

PM heads to Mandela's funeral; Marlene to act
Local Government Marlene Coudray will act as PM

PM, entourage leave for South Africa

TT flags to fly at half mast for late SA leader

Homeless man killed in hit-and-run
A BEETHAM Gardens gang leader is currently assisting detectives in their investigations into a fatal multi-million heist involving a security van two Wednesdays ago.

Rowley, Al-Rawi for Mandela memorial
Opposition Leader Dr Keith Rowley and Senator Faris Al-Rawi leave today for South Africa as part of the Trinidad and Tobago delegation to attend the memorial service of international icon Nelson Mandela.

Task Force info to be kept private, says De Coteau
Members of the recently established Child Protection Task Force have been essentially gagged

CAL blames market forces for higher fares

RamJack, Panday in talks
Now it appears former prime minister Basdeo Panday, former attorney general Ramesh Lawrence Maharaj, SC, and Independent Liberal Party (ILP) leader Jack Warner have found unity in a common enemy...

Panday to people: Take back your party
FOUNDING member of the United National Congress Basdeo Panday yesterday called on former Caroni workers and farmers to re-claim the party.

Group calls for sex education in T&T schools
World Aids Day

Cops hold 'gang leader' in Sentinel $17m heist
Police have arrested a Beetham Gardens man who they claim is a gang leader in connection with the daring robbery two weeks ago

NSOC to fall under PM's office
The National Security Operations Centre (NSOC) will soon be shifted to the Office of the Prime Minister (OPM).

Griffith's rebuke of Dookeran 'surprising'
T&T-Jamaica immigration talks

John D's clocks chiming again

Historical docudrama 'Tobago 1677' premieres at Magdalena Resort
Eight months after wrapping up production, the film Tobago 1677 premiered last Thursday in Tobago.

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