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Another member quits Integrity body
Posted: Friday, July 25, 2014

Another member quits Integrity body
The Ken Gordon-led Integrity Commission has been left in the lurch once more by the resignation of accountant Joel C Edwards, only two months after he was sworn in.

PM to lay LifeSport audit in Parliament today


Warner must pay $262,000
Councillor's defamation suit settled...

T&T, British govt working out issues
Dookeran on claims of visa restrictions for citizens:

Top cop sees no threat in Bakr statement
ACTING Police Commissioner Stephen Williams does not see Jamaat Al Muslimeen leader Yasin Abu Bakr's statement

Griffith on Bakr's statement: Any coup will be crushed in hour
...claimed Minister of National Security, Gary Griffith yesterday after unveiling a new Emergency Dispatch Centre and Community Comfort Patrols (CCP) pilot programme at the St James Police Training Academy.

An 'improved' Williams gets fourth term
Acting Police Commissioner Stephen Williams has been mandated to improve the detection rate, effectively tackle complaints brought against police officers and bridge the gap between the public and the police.

Kamla's Eid/Emancipation gift - 20% off flour, rice and oil
The "gift to the nation" will apply during the period July 26 to August 1

Rowley queries rice, flour, oil 'gift'
OPPOSITION Leader Dr Keith Rowley questioned why Prime Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar chose to use yesterday's post-Cabinet news conference to announce a 20 percent reduction of prices

Muslims pray outside stations for detainees
A group of Muslim men and women converged outside three police stations in the Northern Division on Wednesday night

How Justice Deyalsingh ruled
In December 2007, High Court judge Justice Lennox Deyal­singh ordered the land, with all necessary infrastructural amenities, must be handed over to ex-Caroni workers by June 30, 2008.

No lands, no UNC votes
Ex-Caroni workers fed up of promises:

'CCJ head in breach'
Tribunal lifts suspension

State appeals ruling on Invader's Bay project

$30m to be spent on pay rise for health workers
... needed to work longer hours for extension of opening hours for health centres.

ChikV warning from Carpha: Clean up health centres too

Govt to invest $320m in Carnival industry

'Refusing to work is not industrial action'

Journalists warned at post-Cabinet: Behave or no food
The director of information and communication in the Office of the Prime Minister, Dennis Mc Comie

Coudray satisfied with life sentence
Minister of Local Government Marlene Coudray has expressed satisfaction with the life sentence handed down to Jamaican taxi driver Ivan Taylor.

Verna wants to sue State over abuses
...she is seeking advice on whether legal action can be taken against the State for failing to adequately protect children sent to community residences

Laventille residents on men in green: We sleeping good
Three months ago she closed her business after operating in Laventille for years.

Police warn: Beware of counterfeit $100
The Trinidad and Tobago Police Service is asking consumers to be on their guard as they have received reports of counterfeit $100 bills in circulation.

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