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Posted: Sunday, August 17, 2014

A private company registered in the name of Franklin Ali, chairman of the Trinidad and Tobago Postal Corporation (TTPOST), has raised concerns among directors of the board as to a possible conflict of interest.

•Law body calls for debate to be stopped •EBC not ready •Ex-corporation chairman plans to quit UNC

Court stops Newsday
Governor of the Central Bank, Jwala Rambarran, has obtained an injunction from the High Court ordering Newsday not to publish a news story ...

Following is the full statement from the Central Bank:

Tenders for armoured vehicles by year's end
Tender documents seeking manufacturers for specially fitted armoured vehicles for Trinidad and Tobago will be advertised before year's end in the United States and United Kingdom.

Ex-corporation chairman quits UNC over reform row
Former chairman of the Couva Tabaquite Talparo Regional Corporation (CTTRC) Dave Persad has resigned from the United National Congress (UNC) stating the Constitution (Amendment) Bill was the proverbial last straw that broke the camel's back.

Ex-chairman resigns over reform bill

E-mailgate probe shrouded in secrecy

AG: Political mischief in old OPV story

Bandits killed in shootout
Cops respond quickly to family's distress call

$2m more for Daniell
On the day Adolphus Daniell signed a $34 million contract with the Sport Company (SporTT)—for which he did no work—he was given an extra $2 million.

EBC claims it was not consulted about changes
The Elections and Boundaries Commission (EBC) has disclosed that it was never consulted prior to the controversial Constitution (Amendment) Bill 2014 being laid in Parliament.

THA accuses ministry of running illegal fisheries

The Ministry of Tobago Development has been accused of illegally running a parallel fishing data-collection system among Tobago's fisherfolk.

Devant: Go to a lawyer, not me
Cassava farmers owed $800,000

$500m Napa still closed
The Occupational Health and Safety Authority (OSHA) condemned portions of the facility, which opened just five years ago

'$7 million to upgrade Moruga Beach Facility'

AG condemns compensation story
...Accuses the PNM of making mischief

PNM scouting for talent
... for candidates to contest 12 consituencies including Diego Martin West, Couva South, Chaguanas East, Caroni Central, Point Fortin, San Fernando West, Mayaro, Pointe-a-Pierre, St Joseph, Fyzabad, Tobago East and West.

Manning turns 68 today
San Fernando East MP and former prime minister Patrick Manning celebrates his 68th birthday today.

Teen activist Jeromy Rodriguez plans anti-bullying tv show
Anti-bullying activist Jeromy Rodriguez may soon add another title to his already impressive list of accolades – that of television presenter.

Remembering the World Wars

State witness among three murdered in east Trinidad
THREE men were murdered in separate incidents in east Trinidad on Friday night.

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