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PNM REJECTS 7,000
Posted: Thursday, April 17, 2014

PNM REJECTS 7,000
Party official: External forces seeking to manipulate membership applicants for internal elections

Traffic gridlock
Thousands of motorists were yesterday trapped in miles of gridlock traffic along the Uriah Butler Highway (UBH) following yesterday's mid-morning collision

PCA responds to AG: We have no political agenda
The Police Complaints Authority did not leak its report on the alleged existence of a New Flying Squad Investigative Unit (NFSIU) to any media house or Parliamentarian.

Minister mum on sexual claims against govt official
National Diversity and Social Integration Minister Rodger Samuel has confirmed that a young man, allegedly at the centre of improper sexual claims involving a government official, came to confide in him last week Tuesday.

Sex abuse accuser threatens legal action on Newsday
A 27-year-old man who has made himself the centre of the latest allegations of misconduct against senior government officials admitted to having matters before the courts

Fuad jokes on women in sex claims

Pastor hits homosexuality
FAMILY and friends of hit and run accident victim Kingsley Campbell, 64, sat in shock, when the officiating pastor chose to use the forum of Campbell's funeral yesterday to rail against homosexuality and underage sex.

Centre of Excellence not for sale, says Jack

FUNERAL FEUD
The funeral of 13-year-old Brandon Hargreavesn, who died after falling and hitting his head at the St Michael's School for Boys, was sent off with quarreling and bickering.

'Saving Vindra would have been suicide'
...says husband after denying claims wife worth more dead than alive

CCJ will be TT's final court
It is inevitable Trinidad and Tobago (TT) will accede to the Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) as its final court of appeal

...launches National Conversation on big issues
Prime Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar yesterday launched the National Conversation, a country-wide series that will offer citizens a variety of fora to bring concerns and ideas to the State.

Speed up Hart case
ALMOST two years after a civil lawsuit against Calder Hart was filed, the judge in the matter has stated that he is at this stage "anxious"for the proceedings to progress.

Stumbling block in Calder Hart case: Key file lost
The Urban Development Corporation of T&T's (Udecott) inability to locate documents critical to its multi-million dollar lawsuit against its former executive chairman Calder Hart

Calder Hart case to resume on Sept 17
...Attorneys reject October trial date

Vasant apologises to Camille
MINISTER of Trade, Investments and Communications Vasant Bharath yesterday apologised publicly to Opposition Senate Whip Camille Robinson-Regis over remarks made in the Senate last week.

UK expert to join committee probing baby Simeon's death
THE committee investigating the death of baby Simeon will convene at the end of this month

Sarp dies from respiratory disease
She was rescued on December 26, 2012, while sun-bathing opposite the Caroni Cremation site.

Fighting schoolboys get chance
ůSeven reprimanded and discharged



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