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Fuad sidelined
Posted: Sunday, July 27, 2014

Fuad sidelined Cabinet appoints committee to oversee health sector

Man held with US$400,000, automatic pistol
A 51-year-old man was yesterday detained by the North Eastern Divison Task Force (NEDTF) when he was found with US$400,000 and an automatic pistol.

Cops smash drug ring: driver held with US$.5m, machine gun

CCTV cameras stolen, vandalised
Thieves and vandals have stolen 34 closed circuit television cameras and vandalised 84 more over the last six months in areas of Laventille - Picton, Africa, Beverley Hills - and Beetham

Japanese PM begins state visit today
Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and his wife, Akie Abe, are expec­ted to arrive in Trinidad and Tobago at 3 p.m. today for an official two-day visit.

Mango chow for Mrs Abe

... in the wake of Prime Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar's announcement on Friday that the controversial initiative has come to an end.

Life Sport audit: $34m lost on stalled project
A vague multi-million dollar contract and poorly outfitted centres cost the Life Sport programme $34 million for an incomplete training project.

$34m Man
Educator paid by LifeSport for no work...

LifeSport spending spree
At Carapo, Kardian Construction and Property Management owned by Anthony Hadad was paid $37,900 a month for cleaning services in the LifeSport programme.

Life Sport audit: Malabar company gets $5.5m in less than two years
...for rental of tents, chairs and portable toilets

Outstanding loans for LifeSport

Griffith: I feel vindicated
Life Sport Programme ...

Price condemns 'sloppy' Life Sport audit
Life Sport programme director Cornelius Price:

Dumas: Anil must take responsibility
Retired head of the public service Reginald Dumas says Sports Minister Anil Roberts should have resigned forthwith

Million-dollar land feud heats up
North Eastern Development Enterprises Limited (NEDECL) in protracted feud over land ownership with another developer, Immortelle Plantations Limited

Forgotten employees of the 1990 night shift
Twenty-four years have passed since the July 27, 1990 attempted coup.

Coup hostages want Day of Remembrance for July 27, 1990

A bloody anniversary

Emancipation a way of life
"It's much more than just a fashion show or an opportunity to wear nice clothes and march," Eintou Pearl Springer says

Dumas to appeal High Court ruling
Issue where President Anthony Carmona had nominated Dr James Armstrong and Roamar Achat-Saney to the Police Service Commission (PSC).

Bhoe: Don't let foreign investors dominate local economy

Rambharat: I was drawn in by Rowley's plans
Clarence Rambharat ... announced that he would accept a nomination to represent the party in the Rio Claro/Mayaro constituency at next year's general election against the current MP, Winston "Gypsy" Peters.

Seales: Comfort police came like thief in the night
The Community Comfort Patrol (CCP) will utilise private security companies belonging to the Private Security Network Commission (PSNC) to patrol residential areas and housing developments to assist with crime prevention.

Body of kidnapped gardener found in Manzanilla forest
A SUSPECT, who was arrested in connection with the kidnapping of gardener John Ramoutar, led police to the elderly man's body inside the Manzanilla forest on Friday evening.

Man remorseful after slashing cousin on neck
A construction worker who slashed his cousin on the neck after a religious ritual told the court on Friday he was willing to pay compensation to the victim.

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