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I NEVER USED GANJA
Posted: Friday, June 13, 2014

I NEVER USED GANJA
PM: No action against Anil after receiving video report...

Anil safe for now
Kamla accepts minister's claim of fake ganja video

'I did not use ganja, prostitutes'

'Ganja video' timeline

'PM can't fire Anil just so'
Noted local historian and former politician, Professor Dr Brinsley Samaroo, has defended Prime Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar's handling of a controversial video

Opposition forces: PM will pay price
The Prime Minister has tried to exculpate Sport Minister Anil Roberts, says People's National Movement (PNM) PRO Faris Al-Rawi.

Gunmen torch home
...as family watches from under mango tree

Samba sizzles the city
Brazilian ambassador to T&T Paulo Bozzi issued a last-minute cancellation yesterday afternoon and instead sent his deputy to officially "open" the World Cup at a packed bar in Woodbrook.

17 civil servants slam Sat
... that former non-PNM prime ministers could not have lasted their full terms because the PNM had planted functionaries in the Public Service.

Cops welcome body cameras
A DECISION by Acting Police Commissioner Stephen Williams to purchase 40 body cameras for police officers effective September 1, has been met with strong approval

Trade Ministry stops paper applications
Effective July 1, its Trade License Unit (TLU), shall only accept electronic applications via TTBizLink for Import/Export Licences if the total consignment/customs value to be imported/exported is more than TT$20,000.

Why no action on imported food problem?
Several Caribbean countries are importing lamb from as far away as New Zealand, while the production of sheep and goats is perfectly feasible within the region to satisfy demand.

$78m upgrade for N/Coast
Good news for beach lovers

Child protection plan by Sept
MINSTER of Gender, Youth and Child Development Clifton De Coteau:

Young people must obey rule of law
Senate President tells pupils:

Sparrow hints at new music

Ten persons receives quality control certificates
TEN members of the local fish processing industry ...

Melon-headed whale euthanised
The MELON-HEADED whale which was found stranded on Tuesday on the shores at Mayaro was put to rest.

Protected birds seized by police
WITH THEIR wings clipped and their tiny feet bound together, a total of 15 exotic birds said to be badly dehydrated were found by alert police officers yesterday morning

Man crushed to death by falling glass
A 31-YEAR-OLD maintenance assistant was crushed to death under the weight of 4000 lbs (two tonnes) of glass

FIU gets court orders against two Members Clubs
The Financial Intelligence Unit has successfully obtained court orders against two Members' Club

Lucky: Police too slow to file reports

Body found in San Juan
Police are investigating the circumstances surrounding the death of 46-year-old Deon Malino whose body was found yesterday morning along Upper Grand Curacaye Road, San Juan.

Police looking for freed cop
THE Immigration Department has no records of police officer Darwin Ghouralal leaving the country since his acquittal nine months ago on the charge of murdering eight-year-old Daniel Guerra.



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