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Posted: Friday, July 11, 2014

Passport protest: Govt files for contempt of court against PSA head

Duke facing jail


Eid holiday on July 29

'Violating rule of law could lead to anarchy'
Violating the Industrial Court's injunction is violating the rule of law and could lead to anarchy, acting Prime Minister Errol McLeod said yesterday.

McLeod must go
Duke: Worst labour leader ever...

Building owner says safety claims wrong

No new applications in PoS

Firemen looking for pay hike too
THE Fire Service Association has joined its counterparts in other branches of the public service and is now demanding a salary increase, along with "better working conditions".

TSTT workers walk off the job
A number of TSTT employees, at Caroline Building in Scarborough, walked off the job yesterday morning, citing unsafe conditions.

I won't answer any questions
Minister mum about voice recording:

Lincoln Douglas replaced as third deputy leader of COP
Dr Anirudh Mahabir and Anna Maria Mora have been re-appointed for a new three-year term while Lorraine Pouchet replaces Douglas.

New Aero Park infrastructure costs $90 million
Early next year expect to issue the first set of leases and, depending upon the complexity of the project, construction work should also begin.

Athletics rising
Part 15: President Serrette targets six medals at Rio 2016

CCTV for Tobago beaches, $105.2M incentives for hotels
THE STATE is putting measures in place to ensure that the national security camera network coverage includes beaches in Tobago

Since SEC established, not one person convicted
The bill to amend the Securities Act 2012 was passed in the Senate with full support after senators unanimously adopted the Report on the Special Select Committee appointed to consider and report on the bill.

SEC a failed institution

Bookstore wins $1.4M claim in Privy Council

'Big brother' net widens
More cameras for city...

PCA gets 19 files on police killings

Friends gunned down after birthday lime
Less than 12 hours after celebrating his 35th birthday at his family home in Dan Kelly Street, Laventille, former murder accused Clinton Otis John was shot dead while liming with his 22-year-old friend, Kerwin Jones.

'Four years' for rape
Magistrate: Girls in school uniforms off limits

AKU joins search for Kublalsingh
THE Anti-Kidnapping Unit (AKU) yesterday joined the search for Ray Kublalsingh, the father of Highway Re-Route Movement leader Dr Wayne Kublalsingh.

Bethel man sought in connection with Carnbee fire
A man from Bethel is being sought by Old Grange police in connection with Tobago's latest fire.

Students, 17, kidnap taxi driver
Two 17-year-old students and a third, aged 20, face kidnapping, robbery and attempted murder charges after their victim lived to relate his ordeal at their hands to police.

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