TRINIS HELD IN 'COUP' PLOT
Posted: Saturday, March 29, 2014
TRINIS HELD IN 'COUP' PLOT
Venezuela accuses detained local Muslims of planning to overthrow govt
OPPOSITION Leader Dr Keith Rowley yesterday in Parliament called on Prime Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar to immediately halt the Beetham Wastewater Treatment Plant
Rowley threatens court action over Beetham deal
Anil: Rowley had an interest in plant
... in the construction of a water recycling plant in Beetham 13 years ago
MPs row over 'false papers'
Govt, PNM supporters protest outside Parliament
...hordes of PNM supporters, musicians in yellow T-shirts beating out rhythms on tassa drums and sno cone and candy vendors selling refreshments.
Supporters square off in party colours
Boos, cheers for Kamla, MPs outside Parliament
Rowley unaware of supporters accosting Roberts
PNM supporters 'acted like hooligans'
Fired Glenn absent from House
During the first sitting since his dismissal on Tuesday.
PM meets People Ministry staff
Since announcing on Wednesday that she will take over the portfolio for the Ministry of the People and Social Development
Pennelope: I can handle the blows
Aspiring leader of the People's National Movement (PNM) Pennelope Beckles-Robinson asserted she is not weak
Penny: PNM fears change
JTUM: 'Mother of all marches' coming soon
Leaders of the Joint Trade Union Movement and over two dozen members stood on the Brian Lara Promenade yesterday mobilising support for what is being termed the "mother of all marches"
Govt moves against discriminatory laws
GOVERNMENT will take steps to remove all laws in this country which are discriminatory against the Shouter Baptist community.
Sammy: Talk is cheap
West Indies skipper Darren Sammy, responding to a jibe made by Australian all rounder James Faulkner before their World T20 clash in Dhaka, Bangladesh yesterday said: "Talk is cheap."
GIVEN the prevalence of violence and illegal acts being perpetrated in the nation's schools
'Honour first Olympic medallist by building promised gym'
A wooden key is the only indication of the Rodney Wilkes Training Gym, which was promised to be constructed as an honour to the life and times of Trinidad and Tobago's first-ever Olympic medallist
Water disruptions in North East
More fish kill
Hundreds of dead fish which constantly washing ashore
Poachers, nets kill turtles at Matura
Human rights advocates coming
...from April 7 to 9 to promote their message of understanding, compassion, and acceptance for all, regardless of sexual orientation.
Coudray to public: Don't panic
Dog Control Act passed
20 women died this year from domestic violence
Alleyne-Daly to act as top cop
The Police Service Commission (PSC) has appointed acting Deputy Commissioner of Police Ann-Marie Alleyne-Daly to act as Commissioner of Police from April 1-5
Bandits steal $50,000 from businessman
...but escape without loot
Pathologist Des Vignes charged
... for assault by beating his colleague Dr Valery Alexandrov
Dead suspects identified
AUTOPSIES on two suspected car thieves, shot dead by police after a car chase on Wednesday night, were expected to be conducted yesterday.
Second cop fingered in kidnapping
... in connection with Siewdass' kidnapping and subsequent murder.
Recaptured prisoner assisting police in murder investigations
Convicted killer David John Pierre, who was recaptured on Thursday after nine months on the run
Toco resident fined for possession of quenk
...charged Thursday with possession of approximately ten pounds of the carcass of a protected animal—a quenk, commonly called wild hog.
Woman drowns in bucket
Arima police are investigating the drowning of a 41-year-old woman, who they believed suffered an epileptic seizure and collapsed in a bucket of water at her home.
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