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Hart to return for $500m lawsuit
Posted: Sunday, April 13, 2014

Hart to return for $500m lawsuit
Former executive chairman of the Urban Development Corporation of T&T (Udecott) Calder Hart will be hunted down and arrested if he fails to return to T&T for criminal and civil suits in which he is a key figure.

UTT seeks $10.9m from former directors
The University of T&T (UTT) is seeking $10.9 million in compensation following a High Court ruling against its former president Prof Ken Julien and six former directors.

Investigations reveal New Flying Squad operated without ministry's and top cop's authority

Naim Dean was shot down in cold blood by police. This was the accusation made by his grandmother, an alderman of the Diego Martin Regional Corporation.

Relatives: Cop shoots innocent man

Warner: I feel vindicated
Asked for comment on the reports yesterday, former National Security minister Jack Warner said by e-mail:

CJ concerned over ruling which master of court sees abuse of process

Montano hospitalised after beating
... beaten and left unconscious during a robbery attempt in a hotel room in Bequia island in St Vincent and the Grenadines where he was visiting with his son last week.

Oil spill report due month end
The Environmental Management Authority's (EMA) findings on the scores of dead mullet washed up along the south-western coastline early this month led to more financial losses for already cash-strapped fishermen.

The Petrotrin lie
On a fateful December day when Christmas shopping occupied the minds of most people, a 16-inch diameter sea line broke at the State-owned refinery, sending a rush of black fuel oil into the Gulf of Paria

Petrotrin's response

PriceSmart and Cuba in 'shopping' dispute
Advised by the parent company of possible violations of the US embargo in transacting business with Cubans without "permanent residency"in countries of their operations.

London moving ahead with self-rule
...'with or without' Ashworth Jack's attendance in third round of talks

Panday thinks about forming new party
Warner hopes it will merge with ILP

Skippy to tell all this week
Barrington "Skippy"Thomas claims the United National Congress (UNC) wants to force him out of his job as adviser to the Minister of the People.

Afra Raymond: JCC has no political agenda

New cancer therapy available in T&T
The Chemistry, Food and Drugs Division of the Ministry of Health approved the introduction of Abiraterone Acetate to the country...

Baby Simeon probe stalls
...Will he be another statistic?

Academics: Women speaking out more on abuse
Romantic liaisons involving politicians, top public officials and celebrities, presumed to be happily married, are not a new phenomenon.

NPTA holds national consultation on sex education
Deeply concerned about reports of escalating sexual activity among students in schools...

Walsh: Youths must take lead to stop bullying

Imbert warns against fingerprinting
Imbert said Ramlogan "skimmed around"the fact that "it is now going to be a requirement that every single visitor to Trinidad and Tobago, will be fingerprinted on arrival."

Teen gunned down after fight near burger stand
A 19-year-old man who got into a fight with another man near a burger stand in Malick was killed on Friday night when the man shot him several times including once to the head.

Daughter refuses to give up on justice
Two years after death of elderly couple beaten in robbery...

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