Posted: Wednesday, July 30, 2014
Father, mother, son killed by garbage truck on Uriah Butler Highway
Triple fatality on highway
Griffith orders more audits
... audits will soon be conducted into all the social programmes run by his ministry, including the Citizen Security Programme (CSP), the National Mentorship Programme (NMP) and Hoop of Life.
Rajaee Ali: We have only ourselves to blame
FORMER coordinator of the Carapo leg of the defunct Life Sport Programme, Rajaee Ali yesterday said he is not pointing fingers at those who have labelled him and others in his Jamaat, as liars and thieves
Imam lashes out at extremists
Muslims urged to set moral standards for the world to follow...
Hearing for Trinis held in Venezuela adjourned
Five Trinidadians detained in Venezuela for 131 days were disappointed yesterday when their tribunal hearing was adjourned to August 18.
'Stop beating your wives'
IMAM Yaseen Fernandez, in his Eid-ul-Fitr sermon yesterday ... he has to deal with a large number of women weeping in the face of licks from their husbands.
Malala celebrates EID MUBARAK with children at the Lady Hochoy Centre (South)
Education activist explores Buccoo Reef
Deyalsingh: Govt shutting down Opposition bench
When it comes to proposed amendments to Bills debated in the House of Representatives.
Japan interested in building pan factory
PRIME Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar has offered to partner with the Japanese government to establish a pan factory in this country.
'Distance should not be a barrier to business'
Zhu Shouchen, executive secretary, ALL-China Journalists Association, said distance should not be a barrier to communication and trade between China, Asia, Trinidad and Tobago and the Caribbean.
Turkey to establish embassy in T&T
G20 special representative visits T&T
The 2014 Global Twenty agenda (G20), will focus on promoting stronger economic growth as well as increasing the ability of the global economy to withstand future shocks.
Repairs completed at Petrotrin oil spill site
Country's youngest kidney transplant recipient
Genocide in African slavery
Sir Hilary calls for reparatory justice
Historian: Labour movement must be force of change
HISTORIAN Dr Jerome Teelucksingh:
...Aug 4, 5 symposium at Military Museum
Tobago masjid head questions arrests in Carapo
Imam Muzafar Mohammed is calling on the authorities to tell the Muslim population why a number of them were arrested and then released without any charges being laid.
Attorney: Education Ministry to blame for teens taking $30,000
...they were trying to provide for themselves
Jamaican with bogus driver's permit fined
A JAMAICAN who pleaded guilty to having a bogus driver's permit was fined $7,800 for three offences.
Woman succumbs in hospital
Shot on Sunday night in Carapichaima...
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