Posted: Saturday, May 24, 2014
Rowley reveals: • Jamaat Life Sport coordinator signed document as permanent secretary • $180,000 donated for funeral
Pastor's son killed by single bullet
Officers of the Professional Standards Bureau of the Trinidad and Tobago Police Service have been assigned, alongside officers of the Homicide Bureau of Investigation, to investigate the death of 31-year-old Joel Apparicio
So Sad! Unarmed man Shot on his way to the Police Sation
DANA MURDER SUSPECTS KNOWN
ACTING Commissioner of Police Stephen Williams yesterday confirmed that suspects have been identified in the murder of State Prosecutor and former Independent Senator Dana Seetahal SC.
CoP: We've identified suspects
Ramesh: Probe ganja video
FORMER attorney general Ramesh Lawrence Maharaj:
Deyalsingh 'would support undercover ministers'
If part of the Government's crime plan is to send ministers undercover "to catch prostitutes and people selling marijuana"...
Cheers for Anil, PM
PRIME Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar and Sport Minister Anil Roberts received the loudest cheers yesterday from a group comprising hundreds of pro-government supporters
Leaked video in no way a scandal—Bharath
Roberts made 'Friday bobolee'
Rowley distances PNM from 'plants'
Racist rants irk PP supporters
Government calls for TV6 apology to PM
THE Ministry of Communications yesterday said it was disgusted at the alleged disrespect shown to Prime Minister (PM) Kamla Persad Bissessar and her office by TV6 Head of News, Dominic Kalipersad
SWMCOL—Dump fires extinguished
The fires which began blazing at the Beetham Landfill, Port-of-Spain, on Sunday have been fully extinguished.
Bus loads of supporters cheer PM
JTUM to deliver letter to Carmona this morning
FOLLOWING yesterday's march and all-night vigil at Woodford Square, Port of Spain
Mixed reviews for PP at four years
While the PP Government believes it has done a lot in four years, political observers and some business groups have found them wanting in several areas.
Govt marks 4 years in office
Big rally in Chaguanas today
Howai announces US$200 million injection
FINANCE and Economy Minister Larry Howai yesterday stated the new system of allocation of foreign exchange "has not worked as effectively as originally anticipated"
Tewarie: Jack wanted me to approve $5.5m contract
Former National Security minister Jack Warner sought to get Planning Minister Bhoe Tewarie to approve an invoice in 2012 for $5.5 million for work at Laventille by a certain company
...Minister faces heat from Jack at TV6 meeting
Group to mark African Liberation Day with entertainment, drama
Top CoP on death threats against TV6 journalist- His statements irresponsible
"There is a lot of statements and utterances which have been very irresponsible of him. Things which are incorrect, which I know as a fact are incorrect, based on the office I hold and my access to information, are incorrect...
Top cop: Bassant may have invited trouble
Canada support for reporter
The Canadian government said yesterday it viewed with great concern stories on the death threats against a local investigative journalist.
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