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Volney apologises to Anand in public
Posted: Wednesday, May 21, 2014

Volney apologises to Anand in public
After settlement of lawsuit over Section 34...



'It's a charade'
OPPOSITION Leader Dr Keith Rowley:

Frightening he was once a judge—Rowley

Imbert: A big scandal
Govt $$ funding alleged criminals

Griffith: No State of Emergency
Government is not considering calling a state of emergency (SoE)

$2.8M for 'Silk' advice
STATE spent $2.8 million for legal advice from four senior counsels in relation to arrests during the 2011 state of emergency

Devaluation out, says Howai
No risk of any devaluation of the Trinidad and Tobago dollar.

PNM warns of black market for US dollars

PM promises to take out '17% Rowley'
'Only 14,000 voted for his slate'

I have no regrets
DEFEATED PNM political leader candidate Pennelope Beckles-Robinson

Tropical wave brings rainy season

More security for landfill after fires
Minister: They were deliberately set

Singh: Fires deliberately set

Protest leads to shouting match
A protest by people who intended to demand answers on the construction of the Debe to Mon Desir segment of the Solomon Hochoy Highway extension to Point Fortin

Construtora workers building highway walk off the job
CONSTRUTORA OAS workers involved in the building of the Solomon Hochoy Highway Extension to Point Fortin downed tools yesterday, demanding outstanding salaries and better working conditions.

Pregnant student stays in school
A Form Two student, four months pregnant, has been allowed to continue her education at a secondary school in central Trinidad.

Sex exposé sparks regional debate
The weekend exposé by the National Parent Teachers Association (NPTA) of eight pregnant schoolgirls at a secondary school in south Trinidad

Teen moms must get an education

HIV expert fired by UWI for statements about gays
Prof Brendan Bain has been fired from the University of the West Indies, Mona, for making statements that HIV/Aids was significantly higher among men who have sex with men (MSM).

Barrow takes over as prisons chief
CONRAD Keiran Bar­row has received his official instrument of appointment as Commissioner of Prisons.

$5M fine, jail for bid-rigging
STIFF FINES in legislation to reform State tendering were unveiled by Planning Minister Dr Bhoe Tewarie including a fine of $5 million and 10 years prison for bid-rigging and collusion in tendering.

Appeal Court rules on tawah burning case
Jail too harsh

Woman critical after being chopped
A 30-YEAR-OLD Erin mother was chopped on her head while walking with her two children near their home on Monday.

Shot by accident
A NELSON Street man remains warded in hospital after he was shot by officers yesterday near his apartment home

Men found with guns escape on pirogue
Police seized two handguns that could be used as automatic weapons and arrested two men in Carenage on Monday, while two other men escaped on a pirogue.

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