Posted: Tuesday, February 11, 2014
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Beckles: It's about leadership
Former senator Pennelope Beckles said yesterday that the issue of leadership was about who could deliver more seats in the Parliament in the next general election.
More worries over 'backstreet abortions' backlash
Fuad wants AG to revisit reporting law
Health Minister Dr Fuad Khan said yesterday he intends to discuss with the Attorney General revisiting the law as it relates to jail for failing to report statutory rape.
Church kicking out senior elder
David Smith, 52, the principal of a prominent Seventh Day Adventist (SDA) schoo, lhas been suspended from the position and has since been asked to step down as an elder of his church
Former principal on $.4m bail in Tobago
14 sex charges
Father on incest charge stays in jail
Law Association head on Integrity resignation: No reason not to bring back Ventour
CEO of corporate governence agency steps down
Caribbean Corporate Governance Institute (CCGI) chief executive officer Alex Kjorven has decided to step down and return to Canada.
Roget: Fire Petrotrin's management instead
PETROTRIN'S management should have been fired, instead of the six workers whose employment was terminated on Saturday for their involvement in last year's oil spill.
Positive outlook for Caribbean tourism
Despite slower arrival growth in the Caribbean tourism sector last year, visitors to the region spent an estimated US$28.1 billion, a 2.3 per cent increase over the 2012 figures
Security alert after CAL flight targeted
Sparrow flies home
"CALYPSO King of the World" Slinger Francisco, better known as the "Mighty Sparrow"
Bhajan out Chutney Soca
SATNARAYAN Maharaj, secretary general of the country's largest Hindu organisation, the Sanatan Dharma Maha Sabha (SDMS), has intervened in a growing controversy surrounding a an artiste who sang a bhajan (a religious Hindi song) chutney-style
Ramnarine to receive outstanding $.2m
REIGNING Chutney Soca Monarch Raymond Ramnarine will be paid his outstanding balance, Southex Promotions chief executive officer George Singh said yesterday.
Naipaul House to become heritage site
Trinidad and Tobago's literary icon VS Naipaul, who was awarded the Nobel Prize in Literature 2001, is renowned for the novel A House For Mr Biswas.
After 44 years Hinds band to skip 2014
For the first time in 44 years there will be no 2014 Carnival offering from renowned Owen Hinds mas band, now known as the Owen Hinds Foundation.
Groovy takes over at Soca Monarch semis
Teen security guard raped and tortured
POLICE were last evening searching for an ex-soldier in connection with the rape of a 19-year-old security guard.
Contractor murdered after getting phone call
Hours after WASA contractor Howard Lalloo received a phone call from someone asking him to meet at Couva, a passersby found his body slumped inside his SUV.
'Gang leader' and three in court today
A MAN allegedly considered one of the most influential and powerful gang leaders in this country is expected to appear at a Port of Spain Magistrates' Court today on gang-related charges and charges connected to murder
Permit suspended: $800 fine for 'designated driver'
Crashed into parked police vehicles
Air Guard rescues man bitten by shark
A 50-year-old Venezuelan fisherman remains warded at hospital after sustaining serious injuries in a shark attack off the coast of Trinidad on Friday.
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