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Posted: Saturday, July 5, 2014

CHAGUANAS West MP Jack Warner alleged that Super Industrial Services Ltd (SIS), a firm reputed to be financiers of the ruling People's Partnership (PP), has received public-works contracts totalling $2 billion.

Jack: $2b SIS contracts

Citizens were able to access the service between 7 a.m. and noon.

It's business as usual
It was business as usual at the Immigration Division yesterday

Antigua MP says, 'sorry'
CHET GREENE, the recently sworn-in Minister from Antigua and Barbuda who last month publicly said he was confident that Jack Warner's Indepen-dent Liberal Party (ILP), "will be the Government of Trinidad and Tobago"

PM: PSA holding nation to ransom
There will be no negotiation when the nation is held to ransom and the rights of citizens are compromised, says Prime Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar.

Why the protest when all issues being addressed
In the face of a second wave of protest by the Public Transport Service Corporation (PTSC) employees in one week

...Govt saved T&T $25m at Guanapo heights
...Bungalow was being built behind church

First Citizens deputy chair resigns
Deputy chairman of First Citizens' Bank Anil Seeterram has resigned.

Prakash: PM and Cabinet not corrupt
...procurement bill in keeping with COP's new politics

Clash in Parliament over procurement bill

Deyalsingh queries Life Sport programme
OPPOSITION St Joseph MP Terrence Deyalsingh has called for answers from National Security Minister Gary Griffith on questionable accounting practices

CLICO, BAICO employees protest
WEARING bright red t-shirts, more than 120 employees of the British American Insurance Company (BAICO) and Colonial Life Insurance Company (CLICO) yesterday staged a mid-morning protest

Dry start to rainy season
T&T has recorded a dry start to the rainy season with rainfall declining some 56 per cent below the expected average for June.

Defence Force apologises to journalists

Row over St Barbara's principal
Calls for the dismissed principal of St Barbara Spiritual Shouter Baptist Primary School in Maloney to be reinstated and charges against her dropped.

Jamaat beats bobolees of PM, Rowley
Bobolees of Prime Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar and Leader of the PNM Dr Keith Rowley were beaten and dragged through the streets of Port-of-Spain yesterday by Fuad Abu Bakr, son of Yasin Abu Bakr

Do something before chikungunya strikes

Ramesar wants police recruitment process revisited
Change status quo

Prosecution to bring 11 witnesses
Woman charged with killing husband appears in court

8 cops locked up
EIGHT police officers from the Southern Division were last night behind bars and are expected to be placed on Identification Parades next week in connection with two unrelated incidents

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