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Posted: Friday, August 15, 2014

Email surfaces: Dumas calls on Senate president to recuse self from Constitution (Amendment) Bill debate

Hamel-Smith's proposals
The following is an excerpt from the series the Express published on Timothy Hamel Smith's "Re-engineering the Constitution".

AG waits for Google info
AG on why he sued Google: I wanted to save E-Mails

Rowley dismisses resignation talk
Resign if Google reveals the purported emails to be fraudulent.

Fuad: As many as 80 infected with Chikungunya
THERE may be as many as 80 people in this country currently infected with the Chikungunya virus, Health Minister Dr Fuad Khan said yesterday.

Health Minister announces: $2b to be spent on boosting 3 hospitals

Adita died of head injuries
Crushed by falling gate at home

Raymond: How are Chinese contractors getting permits?
President of the Joint Consultative Council (JCC) Afra Raymond has said he was curious as to why Chinese contractors had never advertised for positions in the newspapers when local labour laws were governed by that stipulation.

PM: No more wastage in projects
PRIME Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar declared that wastage and squandermania are things of the past under the People's Partnership (PP) Government.

Budget a work in making—Howai

'Education' gets $200m boost
THE Ministry of Finance has provided an extra $200 million to help pay an outstanding bill owed to contractors by the Education Ministry.

Gov't to build centres for troubled girls
BOYS who run afoul of the law are often sent to special State facilities, but it is a different story for girls who end up breaking the law

Minister on 2014 CXC results: Best results ever

Duke in shutdown of PTSC building in South
Led by president of the Public Service Association, Watson Duke, more than 100 staff at the Public Service Transport Corporation (PTSC) and Ministry of Food Production, San Fernando, walked off the job yesterday

Birds hit CAL plane: passengers stranded
Passengers travelling from Tobago to Trinidad were left stranded yesterday after birds colliding with planes (known as a bird strike) caused flights to be delayed.

'Brace for bad weather'
PARTS of the country, particularly east and south Trinidad, may experience flash flooding today with the forecast leaning towards the chance of thundershowers in a few confined areas.

Families meet with Griffith on detained Muslims

Man caught with gun on ferry
OFFICERS of the Port of Spain CID detained two passengers who were aboard the T&T Spirit yesterday afternoon following reports that there were gunmen aboard the inter-island ferry

Magistrate orders man, son to watch 'Pursuit of Happyness'
A FATHER was yesterday advised by a magistrate to sit with his son and look at the The Pursuit of Happyness.

Assets reportedly worth millions held by murdered State prosecutor, Dana Seetahal, 58, are being readied for distribution to the beneficiaries of her will 104 days after her death.

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