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Posted: Saturday, May 3, 2014

THE Prison Officers Association (POA) wants an independent probe into prisoner litigation and is refusing to meet Attorney General


Prisons body refuses to meet with AG

...Rowley hails move
Bravo to the Prison Officers Association!

...AG: Enquiry already under way
Attorney General Anand Ramlogan said yesterday that an independent enquiry was in fact already on the way on the contentious issue of prison litigation.

Daly supports independent probe for prison lawsuits
Former Law Association president and Senior Counsel Martin Daly: An enquiry that is "independent of any key office-holders in the Ministry of the Attorney General"should be conducted into prison litigation

Son of the soil rests today
Tobago House of Assembly (THA) Chief Secretary Orville London was one of the hundreds of Tobagonians to sign the condolence book in memory of former president Arthur NR Robinson in Tobago yesterday.

Charles: Give him self-govt send-off
Former Tobago House of Assembly (THA) chief secretary Hochoy Charles

Panday sticks to his views on Robinson

Today's events
State Ecumenical Service:

Funeral mix-up leaves Fire Service dressed and fuming
ANR Robinson 1926-2014

After Central Bank US$360m injection into system: Jwala puzzled by shortage
Central Bank Governor Jwala Rambarran says there is a "misconception"about the role of the bank in supplying the market with US foreign currency

'Team Penny' member: 3,500 names still out

Exam worries
Thousands of students from around the country have had their class time disrupted this past academic year due intermittent closure of schools

Maharaj: Abide by own code of conduct and ethics
As T&T celebrates World Press Freedom Day....

Lack of freedom at State's CNMG

Third dead dolphin found
La Brea

Chikungunya alert for TT
Health Minister Fuad Khan said while there have been no cases of Chikungunya, mosquito-borne virus is a big concern for the Ministry.

Diego fires under control

WPC Hope returns to court
...matter joined with another accused

Teacher in court
Charged with indecent assault on pupil...

Dead bison found with bullet wounds
THREE dead bison were found in a field in Penal yesterday, with bullet wounds.

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Easy victory for Walcott

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