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Posted: Thursday, May 1, 2014

PRIME MINISTER Kamla Persad-Bissessar has instructed her Attorney General, Anand Ramlogan to investigate concerns raised by former Solicitor General Eleanor Donaldson- Honeywell as it relates to matters involving lawyers engaged in prison litigation.

...instructs Ramlogan to probe ex-SG complaints about unethical lawyers

Ramlogan threatens legal action over article
Attorney General Anand Ramlogan has signalled his intention to take legal action against the Express for what he claims are "defamatory statements"against him in yesterday's lead story, "Probe AG office”

Anand must meet with stakeholders
Door open for new prison litigation probe

...'I'll comply with PM's instructions'

Not good enough, PM
OPPOSITION Leader Dr Keith Rowley and former Attorney General (AG) Ramesh Lawrence Maharaj last night slammed Prime Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar's decision to advise AG Anand Ramlogan to lead an inquiry of concerns by former SG Eleanor Donaldson-Honeywell

Law body calls for independent investigation

Final farewell in Trinidad today
Visitors to casket recall ANR's best moments...

Tribute to ANR today at NAPA
Day 3 Robinson State funeral

Traditional Tobago wake for Robbie
Naval guns under the command of TT Coast Guard personnel would be discharged from Fort King George overlooking Scarborough in delivering the 21-gun salute

Outdoor screens set up at four venues

Victory for the THA in Milshirv Complex case
..Court rules it 'operated within the law'

C&W wants bigger stake in TSTT
...tired of being 'passive investor'

CWC eyes TSTT control
THE Communications Workers' Union (CWU) is warning of a sellout of the Telecommunications Services of Trinidad and Tobago (TSTT) to British-owned Cable and Wireless Caribbean (CWC).

Farmers collect flood cheques
Farmers from St George West, St George East, St Andrew/St David and Caroni yesterday received 400 agricultural incentive cheques valued at $2.2 million, and 61 flood claim cheques valued at $509,000

Children exposed to 'raunchy' alcohol ads
...says Beckles-Robinson

Bunji, Fay-Ann on BET today
The Viking of soca Bunji Garlin and his Vi-Queen, Fay Ann Lyons, will today star on BET's 106 and Park airing at 6 p.m. (local time).

Farmer Nappy breaks down
PowerGen hosts special children's fun day...

Rudranath Capildeo's son to speak on father

Coolman: Better financial position if she had lived
Rennie Coolman yesterday said he would have been in a much better financial position if his wife, Vindra Naipaul-Coolman, were still alive

Asbestos presence at PTSC
Prescence of asbestos confirmed in seven of 13 sections tested

LAPD advises how to deal with gangs
Non-traditional law enforcement was the buzzword yesterday morning as the Association of Caribbean Commissioners of Police annual general meeting

$20 million in ganja destroyed
Police exercises in the Eastern Division between Tuesday and yesterday morning resulted in an estimated $20 million in marijuana being destroyed and 12 persons being arrested...

Weapons cache seized in Cunupia
...Suspect drops bag and escapes

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