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Posted: Monday, August 11, 2014

As constitutional reform debate gets off the ground today, party divided on bill

COP seeks delay on vote

Timeline of runoff provision
March 2, 2013- Cabinet appoints a National Commission on Constitutional Reform to engage in public consultation on constitutional reform...

'Run-off' square off
Debate on Constitution Amendment Bill today...

AG: Hodge could have submitted minority report

AG backtracks on Hodge
...he never implied that former commissioner to the Constitution Reform Commission Dr Merle Hodge had been paid to remain silent.

Ramadhar: AG's attack on Hodge distasteful
COP political leader Prakash Ramadhar has "wholeheartedly" condemned criticisms made by Attorney General's Anand Ramlogan against Constitution Reform Commission member Dr Merle Hodge

How the LifeSport contract went from $12m to $34m

Tighter border control over Ebola virus threat
The Caribbean is "partially" prepared to deal with the deadly Ebola virus and countries in the region need to do more to be fully prepared, says Dr C James Hospedales, executive director of the Caribbean Public Health Agency (Carpha)

Story of the tracks to Siparia

Govt still in talks over ancestral remains
Bones found at the Red House

Steelband Festival the pride of Laventille

Train detectives before homicide transfer—Seales
A plan to boost the manpower of the Homicide Bureau by transfering detectives from other units has met the approval of the Police Second Division Association

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