PAY JUDGES MORE
Posted: Thursday, December 12, 2013
PAY JUDGES MORE
Salaries Review Commission recommends $22,400 increase for CJ
9 years for judge to give ruling, 3 more years for reasons
FOUR million dollars of Jack Warner's money is being holed up in the High Court because it took nine years for a judge to give a ruling ...
Nipdec instructed to halt award of $m contract
Health Minister Dr Fuad Khan yesterday directed the National Insurance Property Development Company Ltd (Nipdec) to abort the awarding of a multi-million-dollar contract.
Petrotrin grilled on cost overruns
The Gasoline Optimisation Programme (GOP), which was discussed and which was originally scheduled to be completed in 2008, moved from its original budget of US$430 million to US $1.4 billion, Hassanali told the committee.
KAMLA, KEITH VIEW MANDELA'S BODY
Setting their political differences aside, Persad-Bissessar and Rowley joined the thousands of persons who filed past Mandela's casket as his body lay in state at the Union Buildings in Pretoria
Kamla, Keith unite in Mandela's Memory
PM, Rowley view Mandela's body
CAL okays 'Mandela' jet
Coudray defends Kamla's wear at Mandela service
...criticised on social media for wearing a traditional African outfit at the Nelson Mandela memorial service on Tuesday
More rain today
Villager in walk today to highlight Matelot's plight
President caught in flood
Iron graveyard a worry in the Gulf
Drayton questions: Why no money for anti-smoking ads?
The Government spends $1.5 billion a week and $18,000 for one full-colour advertisement, Independent Senator Helen Drayton said on Tuesday
Guyanese mother returns with ailing Trini son
GUYANESE national Rosinda Nicholson, who was deported along with her ailing two-year-old son two months ago...
'Human trafficking one of the worst forms of abuse'
'Promoting Human Rights'
Call for sexual abuse victims, witnesses to come forward
Canadian shot dead in Curepe
A CANADIAN national, who had been resident in Trinidad and Tobago for a number of years, was shot dead on Tuesday afternoon at his Curepe apartment.
Coudray defends Penny over visit to UNC event
PSA lawyers to probe cameras in offices
The Public Services Association's (PSA) lawyers are reviewing the Ministry of Trade's decision to install security cameras in its offices and will decide on whether or not it should take action against the ministry.
City merchants upset over no ease in wrecking
'Smoking just as bad for growing crops'
...says new senator on curbing tobacco use
Work ceases on multi-sports complex
Stop order again at Orange Grove
Traffic lights at Interchange decommissioned
In an effort to spread a little Christmas joy to citizens, red, green and blue Christmas lights have been placed on street lights that line the Churchill Roosevelt and Uriah Butler Highway Interchange.
World trip ends after nine years
AFTER nearly a decade on the seas sailing the world together, Trinidadian Vidya Jeremiah-Pettersson and her Swedish husband, Kenneth Pettersson
Praise flows for 'Comrade Als'
Mourners hail a 'legend, hero'
Defence Force also to probe Tobago brawl
The Defence Force has launched an independent investigation into a brawl which took place at a bar in Tobago last Friday.
Griffith, London to talk Tobago crime
National Security Minister Gary Griffith will meet with Tobago House of Assembly (THA) Chief Secretary Orville London on January 3 to discuss the issue of crime in Tobago.
Griffith reveals plans to go hi-tech
Police lock down Beetham
BEETHAM was yesterday locked down for several hours by heavily armed police officers after reports that armed men pulled out a woman and two men from a maxi-taxi
Cop to stand trial for renting gun
Court overrules no-case submission...
Police raid nets arms, ammo and drugs; man charged
A 28-YEAR-OLD man was arrested and a quantity of arms and ammunition seized during a police raid at a house in South Oropouche on Monday.
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