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Prakash on election victory: I got my act together
Posted: Monday, June 30, 2014

Prakash on election victory: I got my act together
Declaring he is now the "unambiguous" leader of the COP, Ramadhar edged out his main opponent, the party's chairman Carolyn Seepersad-Bachan by 444 votes.

Ramadhar retains COP leadership

Prakash wins

'2,443 of 40,000' voters came out

Prime Minister congratulates Ramadhar
"As partners standing together in Government, I look forward to our continued focus on making our country a great and proud one with our work and commitment to prosperity for all citizens."

Public didn't get full story
Robinson-Regis: Rat comment unfortunate, but...

ILP will be next TT Govt
The Independent Liberal Party (ILP) will be the next government of Trinidad and Tobago, predicts a senior member of Antigua and Barbuda's newly-elected government.

An open invitation is being extended to ...visit the Carapo Life Sport project which has featured prominently in the crosstalk of illegal activity

Warner: Marchan files for police
Chaguanas West Member of Parliament Jack Warner reports that he has been in contact with National Security Minister Gary Griffith on his providing of a "safe house" for Deputy Director of Physical Education and Sport Ruth Marchan.

Jwala: I'm not to blame for US$ woes
CENTRAL Bank Governor Jwala Rambarran said people should not believe the headlines that he is to blame for problems in citizens getting access to US currency

6,000 new jobs in 5 years
Central Bank Governor praises financial sector's success:

Central Bank Governor: Skills shortage in finance sector

...T&T economy stable, says UTC chairman Mottley

PM: Govt ready to listen
Prime Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar has sought to reassure stakeholders in the business community that her Government is ready and willing to listen to their concerns.

Economist: Govt must curb overall spending
Senior economist Dr Ronald Ramkissoon:

$2.55b for Tobago infrastructure

...A zoo for the sister isle

Pure helps Works Minister save $250m
Programme for Upgrading Roads Efficiency (Pure)

Pirates 'hurt' Warlock film-maker
FILM-MAKER Jeffrey "D' General"Alleyne whose made-in-Trinidad gangster movie 'Welcome to Warlock' has grabbed popular attention in TT...

The house that cocoa built

Group steps up shark-saving efforts

Footballer smashes window at daycare where son died
National footballer Marvin Phillip has been urged by police to seek counselling after he smashed a window at the daycare centre

Ex-cop dies days after police beating
Relatives of retired police officer Anderson Kenneth Alexander, 59, who died 11 days after he was allegedly beaten by the police, are confused that an autopsy could not determine his cause of death

Biker, 21, dies in drag race
A 21-YEAR-OLD motorcyclist was killed early yesterday morning while drag racing at the Campden airstrip in Couva.

Boy, 15, charged with incest
A 15-YEAR-OLD boy has been charged with incest and will appear in the San Fernando Magistrates' Court today.

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