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Posted: Saturday, June 21, 2014

Daly, Dumas point out flaws in Judges Salaries and Pensions Amendment Bill


Proposed pension payout an insult to SRC—Dumas
... the manner in which the Government was seeking to implement the increases was highly improper and insulting to a constitutional institution

Permanent secretaries interested too
Judges Salaries and Pensions Amendment Bill, 2014

WORLD CUP 2014 - Costa Rica stun Italy, France crush Switzerland

US knocks human trafficking in T&T

US: TT Gov't tackling human trafficking

US names Trini among trafficking-in-persons heroes
Director of the Trinidad and Tobago Counter-Trafficking Unit, Charmaine Gandhi-Andrews

Visa waiver for Chinese nationals not a done deal

Life Sport not funding criminals—Kamla
ongoing, Prime Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar has dismissed claims by Opposition Leader Dr Keith Rowley that the programme is being used to “fund criminal elements in the East/West corridor ahead of the 2015 general election."

Scepticism over PNM's motive in labour march
President of the All Trinidad General Workers Trade Union Nirvan Maharaj, on Thursday, voiced his displeasure over the People's National Movement's (PNM) participation in the annual Labour Day march

Duke hits back, slams 'childish' labour leaders
Public Services Association (PSA) president Watson Duke said yesterday his union was about “inclusiveness and not divisiveness and lobbying for the workers”.

Duke betrayed us—Roget

Few expats in TT oil industry now
Trinidad and Tobago was at the forefront on day three of Surimep, the international mining, energy and petroleum conference held this week in Suriname.

Woman set on fire by male relative
A Belmont woman escaped death yesterday after she was doused with a flammable liquid and set alight by a close relative shortly after 3.30 pm.

13 per cent of murders 'solved'
With the murder toll now at 200, 23 more than the corresponding period for last year, police are saying the “solution rate” is on the upswing

Five-year-old boy at hospital after being burnt by hot water
A FIVE-YEAR-OLD boy is at San Fernando General Hospital after a pot of hot water fell on him.

Shot restaurateur remains in ICU

Hunt on for escapee
Police are still searching for a third man who they believe was shot but escaped following a shootout with police in Santa Cruz on Thursday.

Two men shot dead in Laventille
TWO Laventille men were shot dead while liming with friends at Picton Road, Laventille shortly after 5.30 pm yesterday.

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