Posted: Saturday, November 8, 2014
GOVERNMENT and Opposition MPs united in riotous laughter yesterday in Parliament when Speaker of the House of Representatives Wade Mark joked that he had the election date.
IT WAS CARMONA
President's secretary wrote CPO asking about housing allowance
Fresh furore over PM's House 'vacation' claim
New director looks to give PCA 'teeth'
Newly-appointed director of the Police Complaints Authority (PCA) attorney David West
No room for the media at West swearing-in
Media workers assigned to cover the swearing-in of David West as the director of the Police Complaints Authority (PCA) were escorted off the premises of the Office of the President in St Ann's yesterday...
Mark warns MPs against abusive, obscene language
At the first sitting of the House of Representatives after its vacation, House Speaker Wade Mark had to caution MPs about "orangutan behaviour".
NCRHA on money paid to private hospitals: We're spending for patients to die
Cabinet weighs $$ for Ebola medics
Remuneration of health care workers who may have to treat Ebola cases
Khan: Ebola treatment unit, hazmat suits coming
Imbert on procurement legislation: Too much power for the regulator
Opposition MP Colm Imbert yesterday criticised the Government for seeking to approve new procurement legislation that gave the proposed regulator too much power.
Three terminated over oil spill
Petrotrin Pointe-a-Pierre/Marabella oil spill
Rambachan open to talks with HRM
President to meet Project 40
A volunteer body formed to support hunger striker Dr Wayne Kublalsingh and the Highway Re-Route Movement.
Archaeologists find 337-year-old Dutch warship off Tobago
Cops warn road users
One hundred and twenty-eight persons have died in road traffic accidents for 2014, compared to 125 for the same period last year, an increase of two per cent.
Car-theft racket uncovered
A MAJOR car-stealing racket involving several police officers from the Northern and Eastern Division has been uncovered following the arrest of two police officers over the last 48 hours.
Girl, 5, found motionless in bathroom; pronounced dead
Yet another child has died in Tobago, but this time not in circumstances associated with the Scarborough General Hospital.
More police patrols
IN an attempt to reduce violence involving schoolchildren, the Ministry of Education is working with the Ministry of National Security to have certain measures implemented
Shot officer still critical at hospital
Police Constable Rodel Phillip, who was shot by an assailant following a robbery at St Augustine on Tuesday, remains in critical condition
Couple reappear in court for neglecting two children
THE COUPLE charged with neglecting and abandoning two girls in a car reappeared before the court for the offences yesterday.
Boy claims sexual assault
ASSISTANT Police Commissioner Carlton Alleyne yesterday promised an immediate probe into allegations that two officers of the Rapid Response Unit failed to deal with a report of sexual and physical abuse
Attorney: Vegetarian client given meat while in custody
Vindra Naipaul-Coolman murder trial
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