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Manning: Nobody called me about ORTT
Posted: Saturday, August 23, 2014

Manning: Nobody called me about ORTT
Gross disrespect


Manning declines award

'Good going Kid'
FORMER Prime Minister Basdeo Panday yesterday appeared to support his fellow former Prime Minister Patrick Manning, who declined Prime Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar's recommendation

Announcement 'surprising'
Express columnist Prof Bridget Brereton: " appeared to be bypassing the national awards which is chaired by the Chief Justice (Ivor Archie)..."

Manning's Facebook post

...Kamla: He politicised the matter
Prime Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar last night, in a response to the news of former prime minister Patrick Manning's rejection of the Order of the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago

Dana's killer unmasked
The man who pumped five bullets, at close range, into the head and body of Senior Counsel Dana Seetahal has been identified as one of three men killed in a police shootout at Freeport on Wednesday.

Insp Alexander: Dead Freeport bandit not Dana's killer

US Navy Secretary visits for security talks
THE MAN at the helm of the most powerful naval defence operations in the world, United States (US) Secretary of the Navy, Ray Mabus, was in Port-of-Spain yesterday

Blind teen overwhelmed by her sudden 'fame'
THE teenager who lost her sight due to glaucoma but who through persistence and hard work gained passes in seven CSEC subjects in the 2014 examinations

It's misleading and mischievous
Judiciary on Duke's cancer claim at courthouse...

Penny wins post in landslide
…offering herself as PNM 2015 election candidate

Business owners, homeless at odds
Differing views at street dwelling symposium

Autistic child dies in fire
Latoya Meyers tried unsuccessfully to hold back the tears as she recounted the last moments she spent trying to rescue her six-year-old autistic child and her four other children.

Mother of two beaten to death
Devlyn Simpson, a mother of two, screamed for her life as a man beat her to death with a gas tank inside her apartment in Princes Town on Thursday night

POA: Still no protection for prison officers
A DOZEN prison officers have been murdered in the past 16 years and to date none of their killers have been found, general secretary of the Prison Officers Association (POA) Gerard Gordon has said.

Regional corporation chairman resigns: Constitution Bill was 'last straw'
Former chairman of the Couva/Tabaquite/Talparo Regional Corporation (CTTRC) Dave Persad has submitted his letter of resignation to Prime Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar.

All 31 senators urged to reject Bill

...Prisoner transport contract renewed 'like a thief in the night'

We're not to blame
PoS city workers angry over flooding accusations:

Coastal clean-up in September
ON September 20, 2014, Trinidad and Tobago will participate for the twelfth year in the International Coastal Clean-up (ICC), a volunteer effort that has been picking up steam locally.

Debe residents complain of fumes, NP finds no leak at station

D/Republic woman down with ChikV
Fails to appear in court on prostitution charge...

Police show their faces
No stranger to being told that their presence in the community is lacking, the Trinidad and Tobago Police Service yesterday took steps towards dispelling this notion that dominates the minds of many citizens.

5 murders in 72 hours

Jamaican in court for having $3.2M in cocaine
In his possession while at a house in Couva

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