Posted: Wednesday, April 16, 2014
The Confederation of North, Central American and Caribbean Association Football (CONCACAF) is claiming equitable interests in three properties owned by Warner.
CONCACAF BLOCKS JACK
Govt official made sexual advances
Male victim files report with police:
36 cellphones, weed seized
Leak not from DPP's office
The Attorney General is questioning the findings of the report of the Police Complaints Authority (PCA) based on the leaking of the document to a political party.
'Conspiracy to bring down PP'
...MATT knocks AG's attacks on the media
PNM defends Al-Rawi
Senator Faris Al-Rawi who is being accused of "treason" for his possession of leaked reports from the Police Complaints Authority (PCA) and Police Service on the New Flying Squad Unit.
Vasant apologises for 'insensitive' Robinson-Regis comments
Senator Vasant Bharath made "personal" comments about Opposition Senator Camille Robinson-Regis
Joy in the Senate
NEW Independent Senator Rev Joy Abdul-Mohan was yesterday sworn in as the replacement for Subhas Ramkhelawan who resigned last week.
PNM voters' list ready
Franklin Khan said they have received "11,700 applicants and a total membership of 79,363 people"are eligible to vote on May 18.
Roger Hamel-Smith reappointed to JLSC
President Anthony Carmona has reappointed retired Court of Appeal judge, Justice Roger Hamel-Smith as a member of the Judicial and Legal Service Commission (JLSC)
Global drug shortage affecting T&T
A WORLDWIDE shortage of drugs is having a direct effect on Trinidad and Tobago.
Embassy: Fifteen women held were not Venezuelan
I loved Vindra, dearly
RENNIE Coolman, husband of murdered businesswoman Vindra Naipaul-Coolman
Rennie quizzed on his finances
$2.5m in hand-up grants over five months—minister
Poverty reduction grants
Singh: WASA spent $1b on projects
Water availability for 24/7 has moved from 18 per cent in 2010 to 58.8 per cent at the present time
Doctors row over union elections
...claim current executive sabotaging contenders
Lucky must step aside, says Police Association
While an investigation is done into how confidential information was leaked from her organisation to a journalist and an Opposition senator.
Njisane: Cyclists not respected on roads
Olympic cyclist Njisane Phillip is asking for a park to promote cycling as a sport in this country.
GOPIO gala event in May
The Global Organisation of People of Indian Origin (GOPIO International) launched its 25th (Jubilee) Anniversary conference and convention on March 17
Easter beach warning from Coast Guard
More professionals must get involved
Single fathers body saddened by infant siblings murder
Griffith on not suspending RRU: Best unit in a decade
National Security Minister Gary Griffith, denying claims by the Police Social Welfare Association, says the Rapid Response Unit (RRU) is one of the most successful police initiatives seen in the last decade.
Guard jailed for assaulting girl, 13
A security officer who indecently assaulted a 13-year-old girl in the basement of his workplace has been jailed for 12 months with hard labour.
Suspect in court for murders
4 attacked while selling car
Man to pay $11,000 for driving drunk, trying to bribe cop
Arouca woman and son held for ganja, gun, ammo
Police execute search warrant...
Relatives want justice for 19-year-old victim
Relatives of 19-year-old Kriston Gibbons are still struggling for answers as to why the teenager was killed on Friday night while walking along Upper Seventh Avenue, Barataria.
Fire leaves family of 8 homeless
A family of eight lost their home in a fire at Friendsfield, Tobago, on Sunday.
German dies, 2 injured in Tobago crash
German national Renate Dowden died following an accident in Parlatuvier, Tobago, on Monday evening.
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