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Posted: Wednesday, June 4, 2014

A defiant Sports Minister Anil Roberts yesterday said the leadership of the Congress of the People (COP) has no power to suspend him over the recent video of a man resembling a Cabinet Minister dabbling in a substance that resembles marijuana.

Carolyn lashes back after Anil challenges suspension

I won't be bullied—Carolyn

Expert: Auditor's report alarming
Billion$ unaccounted for

Humbled by Dookeran's vote for leadership
Congress of the People (COP) chair Carolyn Seepersad-Bachan says she will decide by Friday whether or not she intends to contest the post of political leader.

No effect yet on Partnership
Vasant on Anil's suspension from COP:

Bharath: Room for everyone in UNC

Jack: Anil suspension to boost COP
INDEPENDENT Liberal Party (ILP) leader Jack Warner in a statement yesterday did not outright condemn nor support the Congress of the People's (COP) suspension of D'Abadie/O'Meara MP Anil Roberts

'For every day the PM fails to act, it demeans the country'
The suspension of Anil Roberts by the Congress of the People (COP) is too little, too late, Opposition Leader Dr Keith Rowley said yesterday.

Cold response from constituents about MP
Constituents of D'Abadie/O'Meara have mostly negative feelings about their MP, Anil Roberts.

Minister: 483 acres earmarked for agriculture
Minister of Land and Marine Resources Jairam Seemungal said "383 acres at Felicity will be used for agriculture and about 100 acres will be converted into residential lands for former Caroni VSEP workers".

Six breeds classified as dangerous dogs

Mystery affliction hits Rio Claro school
A mystery affliction, believed to be emanating from trees surrounding Rio Claro West Secondary School, has struck pupils and been causing a disruption of classes.

PM: Not a good week for children
"PROTECTION of children is everyone's responsibility," said Prime Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar in a press release to mark today's commemoration of International Day of Innocent Children/Victims of Aggression.

Teen beaten to death after wake murder toll hits 188

People out to defraud Govt
Devant supports URP Agriculture audit…

Dana's niece still hoping for an arrest
Exactly a month after the murder of attorney Dana Seetahal

Moonilal: Rowley pushing cyber spying

Multi-level car park for Sando Waterfront
Mayor promises relief for drivers

British High Commissioner: Media making pornography out of crime

Police probe all angles in two tots drownings
Police are continuing their investigations into the deaths of five-year-old Jemimah Agard and 23-month-old Kriston Obadele Gonzales.

Coast Guardsman claims police beating
A Coast Guard officer charged with six offences, including assaulting three police officers, claims he was beaten by the police.

Man attacks female trainee at PoS library
THE public library in Port of Spain was shut down for several hours yesterday after a female staff member was attacked by a man who attempted to rape her inside a private section of the building.

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