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EBC wrong but election result stays
Posted: Saturday, August 20, 2016

Bolt gets gold No 9 with another runaway win

Keshorn T&T's last ray of hope
Defending javelin champion Keshorn Walcott will literally carry Trinidad and Tobago's last hope of gaining an Olympic Games medal at the Joao Havelange Olympic Stadium in Rio de Janeiro here today.

All of Toco praying hard for Keshorn victory


Result stands
The independent body appointed to manage elections in T&T acted illegally when it took a decision to extend last September's general election by one hour due to heavy rainfall in Trinidad.

UNC loses election petitions
Judge: Rule broken but process was fair

EBC wrong but election result stays

Kamla claims victory in spite of ruling

AG: Elections were free and fair

Both parties claim victory, UNC to appeal

Rowley: I'm ready for 18 bye-elections
THE People's National Movement (PNM) is ready to fight for the 18 seats now held by the Opposition, asserted a confident Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley in reaction to the High Court's rejection of the United National Congress' (UNC's) election petitions for five marginal seats won by the PNM in last year's general election.

Trinis get Cuban scholarships for medicine

Doctors welcome PM's prostate campaign
One of the country's leading urologists Dr Lall Sawh yesterday said he saw sudden change in the attitude of patients who came for prostate examinations.

Hospital to probe sudden death of Rio Claro man

144 pregnant women have Zika
The number of Zika-positive pregnancies in Trinidad and Tobago is 144, while the number of confirmed Zika cases in Trinidad and Tobago stands at 294, among them six in Tobago.

US and Finance Ministry sign FATCA agreements
SIX weeks before the September 30 deadline by which this country had to become compliant with the Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act (FATCA) of the United States (US), Finance Minister Colm Imbert yesterday signed an agreement allowing local banks to provide the necessary information to US authorities.

International lab to test samples
MINISTER of Planning and Development Camille Robinson-Regis has sanctioned the testing of fish samples at an internationally-recognised laboratory.

Easier process for deaf drivers at Licensing
THE licensing process just became easier for members of the deaf community.

TT-born driving instructor dies in US crash
DRIVING instructor, Davenand Gualbance, has died in a car accident in Orlando, Florida in the United States. The accident occurred on August 9.

PM: Govt not idle on T&T Isis recruits

Digicel manager charged with larceny of $150,000
A 40-year-old Digicel manager was charged yesterday with larceny and embezzlement of $150,000 belonging to her employer at Digicel's Sangre Grande branch.

No bail for security officer
A SECURITY officer was denied bail on charges of robbery, kidnapping, rape and attempted murder of a 16-year-old girl.

Man gets 30 months for bogus cheque
Hayden Shawn James was yesterday sentenced to 30 months in prison after he was successful in depositing a fraudulent cheque and withdrawing the money.

Cops to question husband in hospital
Forty-two-year-old Rawle Savory is said to still be warded in a serious condition at West Shore Medical in Cocorite, however, he is expected to make a full recovery.

Gasparillo woman was chopped to death
GASPARILLO mother of two, Sue Ann Titus, 50, was chopped to death.

Police detain four as more ammo found
FOR the second time in one week, officers of the southern division recovered a quantity of high-powered ammunition which is commonly used in assault rifles. The seven rounds of 7.62 mm ammunition were found hidden in a yellow crocus bag in some bushes in La Romaine.

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