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Posted: Tuesday, May 13, 2014

First Citizens chairman and three directors voted out at heated AGM

Bank getting new team in 30 days
State pulls support for 4 members

Chairman Alfonso gone

Permell: Victory for shareholders

Rowley: Public pressure forced Alfonso out

Howai not blaming anyone
Howai had twice requested the resignation of the board following the Rahaman scandal but the board had refused because they insisted there was no wrong-doing on their part.

$200,000 bail for Birju
Former Airports Authority general manager Dayanand Birju on a charge of fraud.

Glock pistol, UZI sub-machine gun used in Vindra’s abduction
TWO guns - Glock pistol and an UZI submachine gun - were used during Vindra Naipaul- Coolman’s abduction on December 19, 2006

Purchase of motorbikes: TTPost general manager suspended
THE general manager of operations at Trinidad and Tobago Postal Corporation (TTPost), Robert Hernandez

$4.9m in shares cross TTSE floor

Ramnarine: Govt needs bigger bite of natural gas pie
AS shale gas continues to cut into the traditional global market and Trinidad and Tobago’s exports continue to fall...

Jagdeo: No sense of urgency regarding climate change policy
The Caribbean lacks a sense of urgency in policy change towards agricultural sustainability and climate change, former Guyanese president Bharrat Jagdeo said yesterday.

Fuad to nurses: The lives of this country are in your hands

Duke threatens shutdown by Friday
Public Services Association (PSA) president Watson Duke said two important buildings in San Fernando and Port of Spain will be closed down by Friday due to poor working conditions.

Aftermath of December oil spills: FFOS ponders legal action
Fishermen and Friends of the Sea is exploring its options to see if it can bring legal action against Petrotrin in wake of the La Brea oil spill in December last year.

Carnival not yet over, results head to court
Veteran bandleader Rosalind Gabriel issuing a pre-action protocol letter to the National Carnival Bands Association (NCBA), through her lawyers, claiming breaches of the judging rules, and unfair treatment.

A Railway Love Story
Railwayman Leon Park recalls...

Heavy burden on today’s parents

‘I’ll look into it’
Allegations of negligence and dereliction of duty against staff employed at the E999 command centre at St James Barracks.

Woman stabbed 17 times
Mother’s Day murder...

Charge: Stealing $155,600
Minister’s accuser in court again...

'Self-inflicted' shot kills security guard
The death of a 54-year-old security guard on Sunday night is currently engaging the attention of St Clair police.

Body found on Eastern Main Road
The death of a 53-year-old man, whose body was found yesterday morning on Eastern Main Road, Tacarigua, is currently engaging the attention of the police.

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