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Glenn axed after 3-hour meeting over plane fiasco
Posted: Wednesday, March 26, 2014

Glenn axed after 3-hour meeting over plane fiasco
No compromise on integrity—PM

Persad-Bissessar fired him yesterday over reports that he was abusive to a flight attendant during a domestic flight last week on board Caribbean Airlines flight BW1519.


19 T&T Muslims held in Venezuela
Suspicion of being terrorists

Sat: A courageous move
Prime Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar is a courageous leader and a woman of mettle to fire Glenn Ramadharsingh from her Cabinet

Record 11 ministers fired from Kamla's govt

Mom killed by son's pitbulls
Attack stopped by police bullets

Elderly woman killed by pitbulls

Owner can be charged—AG

Devant blames PNM for failure to proclaim Dangerous Dogs Act

'DNA belongs to kidnap victim'
THERE is a one in one billion chance that the blood samples found in the unfinished red brick house in Diego Martin where Vindra Naipaul-Coolman was murdered in 2006 is not hers

Blood, hair samples sent to UK for testing
Sources revealed that although this country has a lab at Cumuto, the facilities there do not cater for the testing of certain specimens to ascertain identification of charred remains.

One in court, one buried
After shooting in Petit Valley of Murchannah Lavia, 14

First Citizens fires Rahaman
State-owned bank First Citizens has fired its group chief risk officer, Philip Rahaman.

Rahaman leaves FCB, $14M share report due today

Union: Alfonso should go too
On the heels of the departure of First Citizens Group chief risk officer Philip Rahaman, the Banking, Insurance and General Workers' Union (BIGWU) believes the company's chair, Nyree Alfonso, should also exit the bank.

Penny hurt over brother's arrest but stays in election race spite of her hurting over the arrests and charges against her brother and other relatives for possession of arms and ammunition.

Water shutdown starts today
The Point Lisas Desalination Plant (Desalcott) will be shut down this morning to begin expansion works to allow for increased production.

Wilkes' daughter wants dignified send-off
THE daughter of Trinidad and Tobago's first Olympic medallist, Rodney Adolphus Wilkes

Tenth worker dies at Petrotrin in ten years
Contract worker Arvitar Ramkhelawan yesterday became the tenth worker to have died on one of Petrotrin's installations in the past ten years.

You will get your foetus
TAHIA JORDAN was given the assurance that she would be given the foetus she miscarried on March 19

Anti-bullying campaign launched
Public Administration Minister, Carolyn Seepersad-Bachan, together with the 12-year-old founder of the Anti-Bullying Association of TT, Jeromy Rodriguez

Mom appeals severity of 3-yr jail sentence

Mother who was jailed for three years for burning her daughter's hand on a tawah in June, 2012.

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