Posted: Monday, April 21, 2014
...under new procurement bill
POLICE DON'T POLICE PRIVATE EVENTS
Acting CoP on the disruption by hecklers of Skippy's meeting at Himalaya Club:
ARCHBISHOP KNOCKS TT CRIME PLAN
CAPITAL PUNISHMENT and new crime plans have been knocked by Archbishop of Port-of-Spain Fr Joseph Harris.
Harris: T&T has lost sense of right from wrong
New crime plans like cracked cisterns
Decision expected tomorrow
Questions over stockpiling at Sando Hill
PNM election committee expresses concern
Robinson's body of work to be featured at Nalis
The Nalis collection featuring the body of work and personal effects of former presidents will also be expanded to include the late Arthur NR Robinson.
...'He was a Caribbean Mandela'
St Augustine Campus historian Dr Jerome Teelucksingh has described Arthur NR Robinson as a "Caribbean version of the late South African president Nelson Mandela”.
Pan Trinbago owes pannists $2m for Pan is Beautiful XII
Pan Trinbago still owes $2.1 million in prize money and trophies to steel orchestras and participants of the Pan is Beautiful XII national steelband festival, held in November 2013
Point mayor: No Borough Day without pan
Chaguanas to crack down on errant land owners
Chaguanas mayor Gopaul Boodhan says the borough would be exercising the full powers of the corporation when dealing with abandoned lots.
Secrets of the graveyard
Dead 'speak' in historian's new book...
Vernella: Children must fear the Lord
Minister in the Ministry of the People and Social Development Vernella Alleyne-Toppin said it is important for parents to bring up their children in the fear of the Lord.
Baha'i faith celebrates Ridvan
The 12-day Festival of Ridvan of the Baha'i faith began at sunset yesterday and continues until sunset on May 2.
CARIFTA 2014 DAY 2 UPDATES - Two more gold medals for T&T
Couple bring taste of Trinidad to Scotland
SELKIRK, SCOTLAND: Made in a village hall in the Borders, a hot sauce with a Trinidadian background has been shortlisted for a top national award.
Gopio to meet in T&T next month
In celebration of its jubilee year, The Global Organisation of People of Indian Origin (Gopio) is organising an international convention which will be held in Trinidad and Tobago from May 27 to 30.
Sacha goes silent on Sharma
Sacha Singh, the ex-girlfriend of Fyzabad MP Chandresh Sharma who claimed that Sharma hit and pushed her down causing her to black out, has nothing to say about him taking part in a march against abuse.
WPC claims mom beaten at senior citizens' home
...says colleagues won't investigate
Cop waiting on 5 years' salary
Police constable Kernel Dates is hoping for justice in the payment of salary arrears.
Pennywise robbed of cash, perfumes
Police said thieves broke into Pennywise Cosmetics Ltd in Princes Town through a hole in the ceiling.
Shooting spree cop arrested at Caura
Allegedly took out a personal firearm and began firing shots into the air.
Man drowns after first pretending he was drowning
A river lime among friends ended in tragedy when their 21-year-old friend drowned in Blue basin pool at Valencia River Resort
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