I DO NOT HAVE CANCER
Posted: Friday, August 19, 2016
I DO NOT HAVE CANCER
PRIME Minister Dr Keith Rowley does not have prostate cancer nor any ailment that is likely to affect his job performance, but otherwise he regards his medical records as confidential.
PM on sons: I had a life long before public life
Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley said yesterday that he has four children, two sons before he was married and two daughters after marriage.
Judge rules today on UNC election petitions
JUSTICE Mira Dean-Armorer will today rule on the United National Congress' (UNC) election petition matter. The ruling will be delivered in the Hall of Justice, Port of Spain.
Workers' group seeks to oust PM
A new group, involving an Opposition Senator and a United National Congress political activist, and close to 100 workers marched around the Office of the Prime Minister (OPM) yesterday demanding the removal of the Prime Minister.
Ramdeen: Who doh hear, will feel!
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW Gerald Ramdeen is warning the Government that if they do not attend to the cries of the citizens of this country, they will be removed from office.
Govt to award 400 scholarships
Cabinet has decided to award scholarships to 400 students who wrote the recent Caribbean Education Secondary Certificate (CSEC) and the Caribbean Advanced Proficiency Exam (CAPE).
Dad dies: angry family blames health centre
'Misappropriation of CEPEP million$'
Millions of dollars of Community-based Environmental Protection and Enhancement Programme (CEPEP) funds were misappropriated in the Oropouche East constituency of Dr Roodal Moonilal and no action was taken by the company.
Union wants Nidco to settle unpaid wages
Former employees of Brazilian highway contractor, Construtora OAS, are calling on the Government to clear their outstanding salaries left unpaid by the contractor when it closed its operations last year.
Roget: Pay workers retrenched by OAS
Government has a "responsibility and duty of care" to pay outstanding wages to 1,000 workers who were retrenched by Brazilian construction company Construtora OAS, president of the Oilfields Workers' Trade Union Ancil Roget has said.
PM hails patience of workers owed money
PRIME Minister Dr Keith Rowley thanked workers for their patience in accessing monies owed and he expressed his empathy, speaking at yesterday's post-Cabinet news briefing at the Office of the Prime Minister in St Clair, Port-of-Spain, where protestors had earlier expressed their grievances.
$10,000 ring stolen from the dead
A MORTUARY attendant employed at Clark and Battoo Funeral Agency at Tragarete Road, Port-of- Spain was detained by officers of the Port-of-Spain CID yesterday afternoon as the main suspect in the larceny of a $10,000 gold wedding band belonging to a 61-yearold man.
$150,000 missing: Digicel manager arrested
A 40-YEAR-OLD manager with a Sangre Grande Digicel outlet was arrested on Wednesday afternoon after the managing director of the company reported to the Sangre Grande police that $150,000, which represented cash from sales over a two-week period, was missing.
Four murders push toll to 290
A 37-year-old woman is dead while her 42-year-old husband is hospitalised in a serious condition following an incident at their Moya Trace, Carenage home yesterday.
...Woman killed, husband critical
Dad, 82, finds daughter's body with throat slit
'Fatboy' shot dead as women hide under bed
Two women hid under a bed to save themselves when gunmen came to the home of fish vendor David Hinkson, to kill him.
Man slain hours after proposing to girlfriend
Robocop's son escapes alleged arson attack
Kern Alexis, son of reputed gang leader and Chaguanas businessman Selwyn "Robocop" Alexis, yesterday thanked Allah for saving his life from an alleged arson attack at his home at Enterprise, Chaguanas.
Rowley: All at risk from illegal weapons
PRIME Minister Dr Keith Rowley has warned that every citizen is potentially at risk from illegal weapons including some 1,600 bullets for military-grade rifles recently seized by the security services.
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