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Robinson has died
Posted: Wednesday, April 9, 2014

Robinson has died
Former President and Prime Minister Arthur NR Robinson has died.


Decision to fire UNC Caroni Central MP Dr Glenn Ramadharsingh as Minister of the People and Social Development Minister was made before new allegations were raised by a woman against him.

PM stands by Glenn for now
Kamla letting fired minister keep MP post

Kamla: Glenn not fired over sex abuse complaint

AG hires Integrity Commission lawyer for First Citizens share investigation

...Bank reaching out to customers
Amid an initial public offering (IPO) issue that has engulfed the State bank, First Citizens has directed its retail and commercial bankers to reach out to customers and assure them of the bank's stability.

New anti-terrorism unit formed—Griffith
A new National Security Special Operations Group (NSSOG) will be geared to deal with special major issues that may occur, including terrorism activities, hostage negotiation or gang warfare

Al-Rawi: Flying Squad report 'unbelievable'
The Trinidad and Tobago Police Service (TTPS) report into the alleged resurrection of the Flying Squad is earth- shattering

Al-Rawi: 'Flying Squad' reports say: Charge the cops

NAPAs falling apart
Minister blames poor Chinese workmanship

'NAPA, SAPA falling down'

Kamla: We plan to develop length and breadth of T&T

I never said I was a qualified engineer
Ramnarine responds to Imbert's allegations:

Commission agrees to pull 'negative' video
... television advertisement led president of the Public Services Association (PSA) Watson Duke to call for the immediate resignation of chairman of the commission Ken Gordon.

Guyanese got ECG—report
A manager's report from the Eric Williams Medical Sciences Complex, Mt Hope, says Guyanese national Jeetindra Sookram did undergo an electrocardiogram (ECG) which showed he had a heart attack.

Tarrus Riley to jump-start Jazz in the East
Jamaican reggae artiste Tarrus Riley is in the line-up of those performing at the upcoming Tobago Jazz Experience.

Human trafficking expert: Boom in child porn in T&T
A child could be trafficked and still go home and sleep in his/her bed every night, says Adrian Alexander, president of the Caribbean Umbrella Body for Restorative Behaviour (CURB)

Imams still detained in V'zuela
There was confusion amongst Muslim organisations yesterday as to whether the three Imams who are currently detained in Venezuela, were to be released, and sent home.

Magistrate: Jail was the safest place
Sued by woman for wrongful imprisonment...

Girl, 13, gives birth
SOUTHERN Division police are investigating an incident in which a 13-year-old girl from South Trinidad gave birth to a baby girl

Men in public office must address violence
NGOs call for swift justice:

Cunupia man fined $6,400 for rearing eight agoutis
A Cunupia businessman was charged yesterday with the illegal pos­session of eight live agoutis.

Witnesses in rape of male to be summoned to court
In 2008, Dipnarine, who was then 21 years old and living in Freeport, was charged by Constable Harripersad with having sexual intercourse with a 17-year-old without his consent

Boy rescued from dog kennel dies in State care
...was "play fighting" when he struck his head and later died

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