MOVING ON UP
Posted: Tuesday, November 1, 2016
MOVING ON UP
THE political stocks of several People's National Movement (PNM) members soared to new heights yesterday as the Office of the Prime Minister announced to the nation the Prime Minister's much anticipated Cabinet reshuffle.
Comedy queen Beulah dies
She was one of T&T's iconic actresses with an infectious laugh, these were the words used to describe Shirley "Beulah" King, 73, who died yesterday just four days after her husband was laid to rest.
Beulah laughs no more
Ailing Beulah dies at 73
Only days after her husband was laid to rest having succumbed to cancer...
No stealing, vows new Works Minister
New Works and Transport Minister Rohan Sinanan vowed yesterday
From clerk, to mayor to minister
ALMOST 40 years ago as a teenager, Kazim Hosein began working in the office of the San Fernando Borough Corporation (SFBC)..."I worked in nearly every department of the corporation. I know the corporation inside out,"
New ministers ready to prove themselves
Every cent spent will benefit T&T
New Works Minister:
Questions over Rowley changes
According to one political analyst, it could very well be a treat so sweet it could steal the local government elections from the United National Congress (UNC).
No Cabinet post for MP Jennings-Smith
...There were high hopes in Toco/Sangre Grande
Nicole to focus on MP duties
"The experience was a valuable one and my life will forever be changed as a result. I have a greater awareness of what is involved in running a government..."
Kamla: What about AG, Dillon and Deyalsingh
...yesterday questioned why the Attorney General and the Ministers of Health, Education and National Security were not changed in yesterday's reshuffle.
...Kamla: Is this payback time for PNM financiers?
Williams back in CoP's chair
From today Stephen Williams is back on the job as acting Commissioner of Police (COP) to serve yet another six month stint.
Loaded gun found in Remand Prison
Baby born with microcephaly
...to a mother who has been confirmed Zika positive
Health Minister discloses: 1st microcephaly case from Zika
Classes suspended indefinitely
TEACHERS at the controversial Cunupia High School met yesterday with new TTUTA president Lindsay Doodai, and insisted that until the school gets an air quality green light they will not be performing duties.
Freedom after 10 years in prison
Ramjattan was before Justice Maria Wilson in the Port-of- Spain Fourth Criminal Court charged with the June, 2007, murder of Maurice "Bobby" Beharry at the 24/7 bar in Bamboo Settlement No 2, Valsayn.
Granny on larceny charges denied bail
A Rio Claro grandmother accused of tricking five people into giving her $150,000 in exchange for Government houses was yesterday remanded to the Women's Prison, Arouca.
Teen killed on ganja run
An 18-year-old construction worker was shot in the head and killed yesterday when a gunman opened fire on the house where the teenager went to purchase marijuana.
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