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Posted: Saturday, July 19, 2014

PRIME Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar yesterday signalled her Government's intention to seek criminal and civil action against Harry Harnarine, founder and president of the defunct Hindu Credit Union (HCU)

Criminal probe: PM refers report of Commission of Enquiry into HCU to DPP

Kamla on report into collapse of HCU
Full brunt of the law for wrongdoers

...Nothing new, says Harnarine
Former president of the Hindu Credit Union (HCU) Harry Harnarine said yesterday Sir Anthony Colman's report into the operations of his former business was –nothing new"

Call for DPP to step in
HCU Commission of Enquiry puts Harry under the microscope...

Govt campus ready by 2015—Moonilal
The Government Campus Plaza (GCP) building to which the Immigration Division will be relocated will be completely outfitted by March 20, 2015.

Tewarie answers PNM on Invaders
...–The issue Government is contesting is because of the view that if attorney/client privilege were not honoured by the court, it would create a precedent that would have far-reaching implications."

Don't expect quick end to Duke's case
...unless jail term 'taken off the table', says defence lawyer

Govt: Absent Immigration staff may lose salaries

Ishmael: Islamic leaders got Govt contracts
Broadcaster Inshan Ishmael yesterday claimed the Islamic leaders who took issue with PNM Senator Faris Al-Rawi's lineage to Prophet Muhammad are all hacks of the UNC

Kamla: No regrets taking my family to World Cup

King George V, dethroned
KING GEORGE V Park is no more. The park in St James, known by that Royal name for the past 79 years, was officially renamed Nelson Mandela Park by the Port-of-Spain City Corporation

Mandela Day on Lara Promenade
Organised by the Ministry of National Diversity and Social Integration, the celebrations titled –Jouvay Madiba" was a lively affair which saw public performances and exhibitions.

Fix problems before making Chaguanas a city
Residents protest:

EMA 'not fully able to act as an authority'
The Environmental Management Authority (EMA) has not been able to act as an authority since 1995.

Fuad: Clean-up campaign to fight chikungunya virus
JOIN with your neighbour to clean-up your surroundings and let us have an unofficial national clean-up campaign as a way of combating the chikungunya virus

6 plants closed in Point Lisas
Valve fails on BG platform

Flash floods in Central
Several parts of Central Trinidad experienced flash flooding yesterday morning due to heavy consistent rainfall overnight.

'Mixed weather today'

Ex-Caroni workers give PM ultimatum
...–It has been almost 11 years since the closure of Caroni (1975) Ltd, and many of us are still waiting for our VSEP (vol­untary separation of employment) packages.

Guild urges Stuart to rethink clampdown
UWI students without $$ from Bajan govt

Please find a place for these unfortunates
From a four-year-old boy to a 90-year-old man, 17 persons have been abandoned by their relatives in the San Fernando General Hospital...

Gary: More patrols for Laventille
National security operations including patrols by the army and police in Laventille and environs will continue and may even intensify.

7 cops back in court
Teenager set on fire

'Outsider' killed in Laventille
The murder toll has risen to 239 for 2014 with the killing of a 35-year-old man in Laventille.

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