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Posted: Wednesday, September 14, 2016

"In recent times, based on the public pronouncements of the coach and the approach internally, we have identified differences in culture and strategic approach," the WICB media release

Imbert calls for new Budget timeline
FINANCE Minister Colm Imbert yesterday called for new rules to give the Minister of Finance greater flexibility in the timing of the presentation of the Budget.

Kamla: $120M for police is for spying

Prison Service not a big bad wolf
ASSISTANT Commissioner of Prisons Programmes and Industry, Fyzool Haniff...

Room for 320 more in jail maximum security penal facilities in Arouca... suite of measures to deal with overcrowding in jails.

Kamla wants action on $$ for killed cops

Senate passes Creditors Bill
DEBTS in the law courts will accrue an interest rate of five percent, down from a previous 12 percent, as the Senate last night passed the Remedies of Creditors (Amendment) Bill

Sargassum threatens TT coastlines

Las Alturas COI chairman: Apologise to TT Noel Garcia
CHAIRMAN of the Commission of Inquiry into the failed $80 million Las Alturas project, retired judge, Mustapha Ibrahim, says he can go to the courts if he wants redress

Moonilal: Fire Noel Garcia!
OROPOUCHE East MP Dr Roodal Moonilal yesterday called on Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley to fire Udecott chairman, Noel Garcia

Opposition Leader at Monday Night Forum: PNM stealing UNC projects

Committee rules Ramdeen should apologise to House
Gerald Ramdeen should apologise to the House for statements made about temporary Independent senator Justin Junkere, in the wake of the passage of the Strategic Services Agency (SSA) (Amendment) Bill in May of this year.

Keshorn celebrated by Grande, Valencia children
PRIMARY and secondary school students in Valencia and Sangre Grande got the opportunity to meet, greet and mob their sporting hero Keshorn Walcott yesterday afternoon during a motorcade

Locusts now invading homes
Red-winged locusts, which are synonymous with a biblical plague, continue to breed and multiply in the Point Fortin district

Stop playing games
PRESIDENT of the La Brea Fisherfolk Association, Alvin La Borde, is calling on Energy Minister, Nicole Olivierre, and State-owned oil company, Petrotrin reveal the truth about Sunday's oil spill along La Brea beaches.

'I'm lost for words'
Scores of citizens who were moved yesterday after reading of the plight of 600-pound Marissa Nelson in the T&T Guardian have offered to lend a helping hand.

Parents in protest over 'horror school'
Saying their children were suffering in a "horror school" overcome by snakes and caimans, angry parents of Fanny Village Government Primary School yesterday staged a placard protest.

Man crushed to death in Beetham dump
DETECTIVES are currently investigating the circumstances surrounding the death of Decarshmie Junior Warner, a 40-year-old garbage loader

Missing 14-year-old found in Chaguanas
MISSING teenager, Shivani Persad, has been found by police officers less than a week after her disappearance from her Rio Claro home.

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