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Shut down of govt offices hurting citizens
Posted: Sunday, June 29, 2014

Shut down of govt offices hurting citizens
According to a May 12 news report, Public Services Association (PSA) president Watson Duke had said two government offices would be closed per week if there was no "meaningful consultation" on health and safety issues.

A DRAFT bill proposing a new mechanism for the recall of Members of Parliament has been completed by the Ministry of the Attorney General and is due to be tabled at Cabinet within coming weeks

Griffith plans sweeping changes for Life Sport
...even as security concerns hold up audit

LifeSport Hold-Up
PS Creed not around to provide info for audit

Marchan goes to Jack's 'safe house' today

Young men enrolled in NY academy
Roberts on success story...

Ramesh to take Clico fight to Privy Council
Attorney Ramesh Lawrence Maharaj, SC said yesterday that he will be taking his fight to the Privy Council to reverse the decision by the Court of Appeal in the case of CLICO policyholders.

Confusion over $1m toilet in Curepe
... was the subject of an investigation by the Integrity Commission (IC) into its procurement process.

Board members question hiring at AATT

Application to stop Republic's take-over thrown out in Ghana
Republic Bank's request seeking to nullify HFC bank's application seeking to stop Republic's takeover of the institution has been thrown out of court

UNC PRO: Imbert's behaviour shows what PNM would do...

Dookeran: If Carolyn were to win COP leadership race...
I'll contest 2015 general election

Toney backing Ramadhar
Former chairman of the Congress of the People (COP) Joseph Toney will throw his support behind leadership contender Prakash Ramadhar in today's internal election.

D-day for political leader Ramadhar

Carolyn: Ramadan benefits both Muslims and wider society

Storm brews between big developers, residents
With the rainy season having begun, a storm is brewing between big real estate developers and residents in the Bourg Mulatresse, Lower Santa Cruz area and which threatens dire consequences for an entire school population.

Living Waters Community gets over $3m
The Living Waters Community will receive increased annual subventions totalling over $3 million to continue providing care for the sick

92 pieces of Haitian art on display

No one officially arrested for Dana's murder
Today marks 56 days since Senior Counsel Dana Seetahal was killed while driving her Volkswagen SUV towards her One Woodbrook Place home.

'Lack of trust for police hampering detection rate'

We are not the enemies
Long before citizens were able to put a face to the man, police inspector Roger Alexander was already a household name.

'Increase in illegal firearms, gang membership'
There has been an increase in the number of illegal firearms and gang membership in the Caricom region executive director of Caricom Implementation Agency for Crime and Security (IMPACS) Francis Forbes has said.

Kezi Doughty appeal: Court wants probation report
... before making a ruling in her appeal against the prison sentence imposed two years ago, for abandoning five of her children.

Fisherman held with marijuana, ammo
A FISHERMAN from Claxton Bay whom police officers apprehended while walking on a beach in Point Fortin with a crocus bag containing 13 packets of compressed high graded "lemon kush" marijuana and 25 rounds of assorted ammunition slung on his back

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