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Kamla's approval rating rises
Posted: Sunday, May 25, 2014

Kamla's approval rating rises
Poll: Respondents less confident in Government


Nacta: PM Kamla's rating steady as Rowley climbs in popularity

Rowley ready
...says he understands the job description of PM very well

Moonilal to union leaders: PNM will devour you
UNC deputy political leader, Dr Roodal Moonilal yesterday cautioned trade union leaders against trusting the People's National Movement

'Support for bold moves by Prime Minister'

Slams PNM 'dirty tactics'
Prime Minister breaks silence on 'Minister' video

PNM to meet on no-confidence motion against Anil

Daly: Top cop must go
Former president of the Law Association, Senior Counsel Martin Daly is calling for top cop Stephen Williams to go.

Matt slams CoP for 'outrageous' statement

Volney to 'make a living' as AG improves legislation governing retired judges
Former justice minister Herbert Volney has commended Attorney General Anand Ramlogan on his initiative to improve legislation governing the return of retired judges to legal practice.

PM takes Life Sport from Anil
...places it under National Security Ministry

$40m white elephant
The Ministry of Local Government has ordered an investigation into how the estimated outfitting contract sum for the new $40 million Chaguanas Borough Corporation building was increased from $5 million to $23 million.

No leads yet in 'emailgate'
One year later...

Bhoe: Procurement bill will impact ordinary citizens too

Central Bank to strengthen financial consumer protection

Secrecy over new foreign exchange allocation system
A new foreign exchange allocation system introduced by the Central Bank of T&T (CBTT) last month has changed the amount of foreign exchange each bank—and by extension its specific clientele—has access to.

Caricom's crucial test for UK/Caribbean Forum
The core problem relates to controversial amendments to the DR's immigration laws that have effectively denationalised an estimated quarter million immigrants, the great majority being of Haitian descent.

Child rescued from locked car
Fast acting police officers of the Chaguanas Police Station yesterday rescued a young, hysterical child from the back seat of a locked car, parked in Price Plaza, Chaguanas

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