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Drug cartel has strong T&T ties
Posted: Wednesday, June 25, 2014

Drug cartel has strong T&T ties
US envoy: Dana's hit ordered by foreign player...

Drug, crime problem growing
... increased use of the Caribbean as a transshipment point for drugs had led to the increase in murders.

A FREEZE on plans to hike MPs and judges pensions was yesterday proposed by Government.

PM stays hand on pension bills

...'Not enough to involve just a Senate Select Committee'

Independent Senators praise PM

'No constitutional impropriety' in bills
There is no "constitutional impropriety" in the proposed legislation which Parliament "can pass without the intervention of the Salaries Review Commission", Fenton Ramsahoye, QC, stated...

Dumas not sure about consulting people claim
Former Head of the Public Service, Reginald Dumas:

Retired judges to discuss Govt's move to hold back

Rowley questions motives behind PM's proposal
Pension Bill controversy

$6.6 million to fix Beetham sinkhole
Jusamco Pavers was paid $6.6 million for emergency work on a three-metre sinkhole that opened up on the westbound carriageway of the Beetham Highway in September 2012

30,787 applications to Town and Country

'Who signed off on $2.6M upgrade?'
JUST WHO who signed off on contracts to the tune of $2.6 million for upgrade work at Skinner Park for this year's Carnival, San Fernando Mayor Kazim Hosein would like to know

Ministry owes us $4m
Cancer Society:

Tobago mother pleads to PM for compensation
Babies switched at birth in Mt Hope

'Bold' moves to eliminate traffic
Rambachan considers moving Chaguanas market:

UWI Seismic Research Centre director: New call for national building code

May 2014 'hottest since 1880'
Last month was the hottest May globally since records began in 1880, the Guardian in the United Kingdom has reported.

Latest police killing- Family claims assassination, seeks justice
Relatives of Abba Diaz, 24, who was shot and killed by police last Thursday, said yesterday that he was assassinated by the police and they are calling for justice with regard to his killing.

26 years in jail instead
Privy Council rules man's death sentence 'cruel, unconstitutional'...

'Serious sentence' wipes smile off phone thief's face
MARK SONAWAH was yesterday jailed for nine months for stealing his 16-year-old cousin's cellular phone.

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