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UWI doctors get bad rap from medical students
Posted: Sunday, March 23, 2014

UWI doctors get bad rap from medical students
Quality Assurance Report on Mt Hope hospital

Officers arrest Penny's brother
...among ten held with guns, ammunition in Arima


Penny's relative held in gun raid

Coudray: Stop $71m contract
Local Government Minister orders review of renovation at 1 Alexandra Street building

Kidnap victim still in captivity
KIDNAP victim Devindar Siewdass spent his third night in captivity last night, with police still seeking to make a breakthrough in the case.

'DPP should decide on Piarco report'
After almost 11 years, a report detailing an alleged plot to defraud the Treasury and involving government officials of the Basdeo Panday-led United National Congress (UNC) Cabinet at the time is yet to be tabled in the Parliament.

Mary King to Integrity Commission: Probe sale of FCB shares

Sat Maharaj to PM: Fire Glenn
Secretary general of the Sanatan Dharma Maha Sabha (SDMS) Sat Maharaj is calling on Prime Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar to fire Social Development Minister Dr Glenn Ramadharsingh


...Glenn defends himself on 'Crime Watch' programme

NGC awards two multi-$m contracts to security firm
...Owned by UNC financier

Lalla seeks $70 million from Jack for loans
Former shareholder of Super Industrial Services Ltd (SISL) Krishna Lalla, in a sworn affidavit, stated that he was "not in any legal wrangle" with former UNC chairman Jack Warner...

Devant: My ministry did not give SIS any contracts

Ambassador to serve as UNC campaign manager
AMBASSADOR Rodney Charles will be leaving his post as Trinidad and Tobago's Permanent Representative to the United Nations in order to take up the post of the UNC campaign manager for next year's general election.

Central bank governor: Caricom trade policy 'nonsense'
GOVERNOR of the Cen­­­tral Bank of Barbados Dr DeLisle Worrell has made it clear he isnot a fan of the whole­sale free move­ment of people in Caricom.

Nurse suspended
Foetus sent home in garbage bag

Roget: Govt selling out T&T's assets

Govt to set up register for people with disabilities
The People's Partnership Government is moving to establish a national register of persons with disabilities

Devant: Boot camp idea too drastic
Opposition Leader Dr Keith Rowley should attend religious and cultural events in which children are engaged to see their positive development as a means of curbing violence among school children

Shark a boon to T&T tourism
...bane to conservationists

'Violence is in the national psyche'
Sending violent children to special schools should be a last resort.

Griffith: Rowley mistaken on OPV price

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