Posted: Friday, July 18, 2014
Islamic leaders call on Al-Rawi to prove he's a descendant of Prophet Muhammad
Al-Rawi stands firm by his statement
Al-Rawi in defence of heritage: AG has attacked Muslims, Arabs
Minister wants Duke jailed for contempt of court
... for violating the injunction ordering him not to take industrial action.
Duke: We won't obey injunction
..unless health, welfare of employees ensured, says PSA head
Duke shuts down City Police Dept
PUBLIC Services Association (PSA) president Watson Duke yesterday shut down the Port-of-Spain City Corporation's Police Department citing health and safety infractions
South Immigration resumes operations
Mayor working in 'opulence' while offices 'fit for vagrants'
Duke takes media on tour of City Hall
Oil company in US$23m deal
Independent exploration and production company Trinity has secured an agreement with Centrica plc to acquire its 80 per cent interest in Blocks 1a and 1b offshore the west coast of Trinidad for US$23 million.
Japan expecting Caricom in full force at summit
Close St Michael's
A WOMAN is calling on the authorities to shut down the St Michael's Home for Boys in the wake of allegations of rampant abuse, including sexual assault, being meted out to inmates of the Home.
Carmona gets HCU enquiry report
...enquiry into the events surrounding the collapse of the Hindu Credit Union Co-operative Society (HCU).
Large turnout for Rowley in NY
The PNM yesterday refuted claims from UNC that Opposition Leader and People's National Movement (PNM) political leader, Dr Keith Rowley, received a poor reception from TT nationals living in New York during his recent trip there.
Bid to solve copyright bacchanal
LEGAL Affairs Minister Prakash Ramadhar has expressed concern about the confusion over fetes and the payment of royalties of Carnival 2014
'Short drop' maxi drivers face loss of passes for PBR
Traffic wardens to monitor situation
More than 2,500 killed on roads
Minister: Drug rehab programme for prisons
Video of child beaten with shovel goes viral
Cyber Crime Unit to investigate
'Illegal for soldiers to go on their own'
Soldiers who act on patrols without support from police officers are doing so unlawfully and could potentially face prosecution.
Mahabir: Bring 'CHiPS'-style cops to T&T
There should be police patrols on motorbikes on this nation's roads, just like the officers in the American television show CHiPs, said Independent Senator Dhanayshar Mahabir.
Criminal killed in drive-by
A 35-YEAR-old man who police said had a long criminal history was shot dead near his home in Blitz Village, Pleasantville yesterday.
Chinese held for offering bribe
A Chinese national has been arrested for offering a $2,000 bribe to a police officer to release his employee who was detained for driving without a permit.
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