UWI DEFENDS DOCTOR
Posted: Thursday, March 13, 2014
UWI DEFENDS DOCTOR
Surgeon has performed over '100 unsupervised, successful C-sections at Mt Hope Maternity Hospital' ...Khan brings in foreign specialist for probe
UWI Defends C-Section Doc
The University of the West Indies yesterday defended the doctor who performed the C-section which led to the death of a baby boy at the Mt Hope Maternity Hospital on Carnival Saturday.
JEWELLER'S THROAT SLIT
TWO ruthless killers yesterday slit the throat of a 33-year-old jeweller leaving him on the floor to bleed to death while they tied up and robbed his employees of cash, cellphones and other valuables
Rowley writes Carmona on water plant contract
... billion-dollar water recycling plant contract awarded to a consortium led by Super Industrial Services (SIS).
...Tewarie: Allegations a source of disturbance
...allegations of improper procurement procedure in the $1.6 billion-dollar contract to a consortium which includes Super Industrial Services (SIS) to construct the Beetham Water Recycling Plant
...NGC expected to submit report today
The National Gas Company (NGC) is expected to submit a report today to Energy Minister Kevin Ramnarine on how it awarded a US$160,755,329 contract to a consortium
FCB shares sell for $12M profit
SHARES at the heart of a controversial transaction subject to ongoing probes by the Securities Exchange Commission (SEC) and the Ministry of Finance
First Citizens boss sells shares for $12m profit
Violence charge against wife was dismissed
Commissioner appointed for 1990 coup enquiry e-mails 'Express':
Gambling tied to domestic abuse
Mahabir-Wyatt advises self defence training for women...
...Kamla talks of shared diplomatic spaces
IT is not economic, for each member of the Caribbean Community (Caricom) to have an embassy in every country and therefore it will be prudent for the region to have shared diplomatic spaces
PM woos Caribbean nurses to T&T
President gets final coup report today
The final report of the Commission of Enquiry into the 1990 Attempted Coup
Dr Tim: Much more work needed before SEA goes
...the level of performance in both primary and secondary schools has to improve before the "dreadful" Secondary Entrance Assessment (SEA) exam can be replaced.
Woman serves as top cop
The first woman to head the Police Service will be Acting Deputy Commissioner of Police Ann Marie Alleyne-Daly.
Roget promises 'mother of all protests' May 23
Tewarie: Maternal mortality rate too high
In 2012, the maternal mortality rate (women who die during pregnancy and childbirth) was 20 for every 100,000 births.
Crash survivors claim horrors at health centre
...Nurse in Chaguanas turns away injured group
Jackson's ex-doc will not practise in T&T—Fuad
Cuffie: PNM may lose Tobago's support
There is a strong likelihood the People's National Movement (PNM) will lose support in Tobago if its membership rejects Keith Rowley as political leader.
Penny's slate on Friday?
...to launch her slate for her leadership bid in the upcoming PNM internal elections
Rowley: Other parties trying to pad PNM's voters list
Guns, ammo, drugs found during Laventille raid
SIX PEOPLE are expected to appear before a Port of Spain magistrate this week charged with the possession of guns, ammunition and marijuana following a raid in the Laventille area yesterday.
Five held in Yacht Club robbery
...arrested yesterday moments after they reportedly tied up three security guards at the T&T Yacht Club and robbed them of cash and valuables.
Stepson charged with Hudlin's murder
THE STEPSON of Knolly Hudlin appeared in court yesterday charged with his murder.
Four more murders push toll to 96
...four more than the corresponding period last year, following three more murders that took place between Tuesday night and yesterday afternoon.
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