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Posted: Wednesday, November 2, 2016


...PSC considered keeping Phillip
Sources indicated, that the Commission did not have a unanimous position, but was initially split 3-2 in favour of retaining Harold Phillip, acting Deputy Commissioner, to continue acting as Commissioner of Police.

Serrette quits
No answers as PanTrinbago 'buys' BMW X5, Audi Q7

Contractors hope he can revive sector

Rohan wants public opinion
New Works Minister promises hands-on approach

...Concerns raised over accountability to public
"...that Mr Sinanan was the key organiser of the PNM's election machinery and, to a large extent, therefore, would have been a critical person with respect to sourcing and securing financing for the party," Sagewan-Alli said.

Energy chamber: New minister has to address issues
DESCRIBING the Ministry of Energy as "one of the most important portfolios in Cabinet", the Energy Chamber has advised newly appointed Energy Minister, Franklin Khan,

'Bring the money'
TRINIDAD and Tobago's private sector has been invited by Prime Minister of St Vincent and the Grenadines (SVG) Dr Ralph E. Gonsalves to take up investment opportunities in that country's fish markets.

Unions are not an osbtacle to profitability

Haitian student ordered deported
The Emancipation Support Committee (ESC) is calling on the authorities to reverse a decision by the local immigration office to deport a Haitian student to his country on Saturday

CoP long sold on body cameras

Conflicting stories on prison gun find
Police have been called in to investigate the source of a photo of a gun which was allegedly found in the Golden Grove Remand Prison recently.

'UNC criticism of PNM Divali celebrations hypocritical'

No alliance in local polls for COP
...Anil 'expelled' after UNC appearance

Keep Hal's legacy alive
A call at funeral of community activist

Teen suicides worry minister
Minister of State in the Office of the Prime Minister Ayanna Webster-Roy is calling on parents and teachers to create safe spaces for children to speak about their feelings.

Bid by homeless to live in Tamarind Square dismissed
Judge commends effort but...

'Street dwellers stinking up bus terminal'

Women caught stealing locked in, cops called

Church reports someone 'left' with collection $$
THE donations given by church members at the St Charles Roman Catholic Church was stolen over the weekend.
2 to appear in court

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