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No-Cover Up
Posted: Sunday, February 2, 2014

No-Cover Up
Grifith: Government, PNM will not be spared in drug bust probe

RBC Sheds Staff
Banking Group admits 'difficult decisions' to improve business performance

PM bids to host secretariat for Arms Trade Treaty
Prime Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar has made a formal bid for T&T to host the next secretariat for the United Nations Arms Trade Treaty.

PM: T&T in bid to host Arms secretariat

PM: Laws to tackle illegal drug trade in region coming
Prime Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar yesterday described her four-day trip to Cuba as a resounding success.

Celac's rising influence

Kidney transplant operation

OWTU: T&TEC ignored fire warning
Commission denies awareness about Westmoorings substation hazard

No 'fear factor' in making decisions
Judiciary knocks Senate comments:

Probe launched into ex-airports acting GM
An investigation launched into former acting general manager at the Airports Authority of Trinidad and Tobago (AATT) Dayanand Bir­ju is proceeding.

Sandra Fernandez: National Quarries asked me to give false information

Making a living at the dump
Williams said the scavenging population can sometimes number in the hundreds, with people sometimes choosing to practically live at the landfill, setting up makeshift shacks between the mountains of garbage.

Tewarie: All can win by closing Beetham landfill
PLANNING Minister Dr Bhoendradatt Tewarie says the threat of protest should not deter consideration of closure of the Beetham landfill

Integrity Commission: Forestry breached law
... with regard the approval of new sawmill licences as well as the renewal of sawmill licences.

Manzanilla being washed away

Full text of Reginald Dumas' eulogy at the funeral service yesterday for Karl Hudson-Phillips:

Grooving to Soca
Bunji Garlin's success in winning the Best International Performance title in the 2013 Soul Train Awards for his monster hit, Differentology, last December, is perhaps, the highest accolade - local or foreign —that has been paid to soca

Questions over London's exclusion from Kaiso House
Brian London has built a reputation as one of the brightest prospects in calypso music.

Govt takes tongue lashing in Kalypso Revue opening

Burn victim awarded $300,000 for injuries
AARON JAIRAM was 21 years old when he was burnt about his body following an explosion while working at a crude oil tank.

Alexandrov wants $34,000 basic salary
Forensic Pathologist Dr Valery Alexandrov, has been working in Trinidad and Tobago for the past six years at the Forensic Science Centre, St James

Trigger incident caught on camera
The circumstances surrounding the shooting of Beetham resident Randy Williams by a police officer were captured by closed-circuit television cameras

Mom cries out to know Jaya's killer
Pundit urges mourners to let nurse's death bring change

Gunman opens fire in club killing 1
Second patron critical after being shot in the head

Bandit shot dead, another in ICU
Police detain 99 in South

Thieves in tears after 10-year jail warning
TWO men who stole over $40,000 from their employers and split the loot cried on Wednesday when told they could be jailed for ten years for the crime.

Probe into man's death
POLICE are investigating the circumstances surrounding the death of a 61-year-old man whose body was found in a pool of blood at his San Juan home yesterday morning.

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