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Govt legal fees drop from $117m to $30m
Posted: Tuesday, October 4, 2016

Govt legal fees drop from $117m to $30m
Rowley and the People's National Movement (PNM) had severely criticised what they saw as the wanton profligacy of the last government's expenditure on legal fees for what they deemed to be "favoured" attorneys.

1,800 signatures secured
Petition against online shopping tax

1,901 sign petition against 'unfair' 7% tax

No plan to change currency structure
THIS country's goods are still competitive in regional markets although the exchange rate is overvalued, Finance Minister Colm Imbert has said.

PM's comment on weaning misrepresented

CRIMINOLOGIST Professor Ramesh Deosaran has slammed the country's long-standing record of "wastage, corruption and public mismanagement" which he said has led to a "free for all crime spree"

Al-Rawi: Need to 'follow the money'
Crime Stoppers International Conference

$1M for other dead cops
ONE million dollars in compensation will be paid for police officers and other protective service officers who die in the line of duty as far back as 2013, and not 2015 as has been reported by some media houses.

Trinis in Jamaica brace for Matthew

T&T Govt on standby to help

CDA appoints temporary GM
THE Chaguaramas Development Authority (CDA) has named Deowattee Dilraj-Batoosingh as its acting general manager.

WASA cuts back on rentals and contracts

Govt going after casinos
MINISTER of Finance Colm Imbert said yesterday that legislation to regulate the operations of so-called private members clubs will be debated in the next session of Parliament.

Daphne Bartlett: Governments ignore San Fernando Waterfront

You can pay your TTEC bill online

South drivers: Fares will raise in due course

Attorney: Wrong to find Gulf View Medical guilty its care of insurance executive Russell Tesheira.

Gulf View challenges $18m lawsuit

Dad of 14 in court
A 44-YEAR-OLD father of 14 was yesterday denied bail when he appeared before the Chief Magistrate in the Port-of-Spain Magistrates' Court charged with the $1.5 million robbery at PriceSmart's Mausica branch in July

Murdered woman's mother: I got a call from suspected killer
The man, she said, has been a visitor at her home and was on several occasions reported to the Barataria Police Station by Goodridge for being abusive.

Cops behind Ria kidnapping
...police officers over the weekend are said to have visited the home of a wealthy La Romaine businesswoman who relatives identified as a good friend of the missing hairdresser.

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