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Posted: Wednesday, August 6, 2014

...six days before SporTT got legal advice to pay Daniell second half of $34m LifeSport contract

'Missing documents do not make report flawed'
That's the position of the Ministry of Finance and Economy, in response to former Sport Minister Anil Roberts' statement that the report presented by the Central Audit Committee into LifeSport was flawed.

Rowley sends cheque stubs to Ag CoP
CHEQUE stubs from stipend payments in the controversial Life Sport Programme that were reportedly found in garbage bags on their way to the Beetham Dump

A LIST has been compiled of the names of persons who are to be interviewed by the police team, who yesterday began a probe into the Life Sport Programme.

Run-off intended to divide races
Ramesh on Govt's election proposal:

Public gets some power

Proposal aimed at destroying ILP, says Warner
The run-off vote proposed in the Constitution (Amendment) Bill is a measure aimed at destroying the Independent Liberal Party (ILP) and racially dividing the country, says party chairman Jack Warner.

PNM calls emergency meeting discuss proposal for constitutional changes

Ghany: Run-off not new to PNM

Ten years is enough for PM to achieve
Bartlett on proposals for constitutional reform:

Vasant knocks Rowley on food card $$
There is no $3 billion allocation for the food card pro­gramme, says Government Minister Vasant Bharath.

Drama at oil leak protest

NIDCO: Point residents get highway jobs
As residents of Point Fortin and environs take their protest action for jobs and crop compensation into its third day today...

Kamla: Children's Hospital to serve entire region
Foreign medical services to be available in T&T

Free hearing aids for needy children

Nicolelis: Get students more interested in science
Miguel Nicolelis, visiting Brazilian professor in Neuroscience at Duke University, Durham, North Carolina:

Duke shuts down Sando court
...Unfit for occupation

8-year-old achieves dream in Brazil
Aaron Kunjan has accomplished what very few loyal football enthusiasts can do in a lifetime.

Boys at St Michael's co-operating fully with police
The police team probing several allegations, including sexual misconduct, and financial impropriety has begun receiving statements

Asthmatic teen dies on hike
THIRTEEN-year-old Steffhan Philbert collapsed and died as a result of an asthma attack while on a hike to Paria on Saturday.

Griffith defends Comfort Patrols
NATIONAL Security Minister Gary Griffith is once again defending the Community Comfort Patrols (CCPs) as the "eyes and ears" for Trinidad and Tobago.

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