'They can't be trusted'
Posted: Friday, November 18, 2016
'They can't be trusted'
Rowley: Scandalous spending under PP
PM, KAMLA IN ROTI WAR
Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley accusing Kamla Persad-Bissessar of racking up a $350,000 roti bill for a Divali function held at the Office of the Prime Minister
PM's $15,000 pool service fee 'a steal of a deal'
Sinanan on CRH extension to Manzanilla: Local firms will
Works Minister Rohan Sinanan has assured that local contractors will get work on the billion-dollar extension of the Churchill-Roosevelt Highway to Manzanilla.
PM to Kamla: Leave my outside children alone
Kamla knocks Hinds' "Kill them dead" remark
OPPOSITION Leader Kamla Persad-Bissessar has urged members and supporters of the United National Congress (UNC) to be on "high alert"
Persad-Bissessar comes under fire from cane farmers
Cane Producers Association of Trinidad and Tobago (CPATT) took her to task for attempting to blame the non-payment of the EU grant to cane farmers on the present Prime Minister, Dr Keith Rowley.
Duke preparing to step down as PSA president
A NEW leader is being trained within the Public Services Association (PSA) to take over the position of President.
Funds for London scholars released
FINANCE Minister, Colm Imbert, on Wednesday indicated that any funds requested by the Education Ministry to pay the stipends of TT students in London have been released.
Less $$ but promoters still see bumper Carnival
Imbert: FATCA after elections
FINANCE Minister Colm Imbert is hopeful that the arrangements which Government has with the United States Treasury regarding this country being Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act (FATCA) compliant will not change
Youths get insight into owning business
Ian Alleyne pays Sammy $757,032
TELEVISION personality Ian Alleyne has repaid his debt to businessman Shaun Sammy almost a month after high court marshals levied at his home at Rivulet Road, Couva
Protest for detained Trinis outside Parliament tomorrow
TTPS suppressing the true murder rate
Cop on robbery charge stays in jail
Hunt on for ex cops, suspended cops
A SPECIAL Reserve Police constable who was fired from the TT Police Service after being charged with larceny and another SRP who is currently on suspension are among a group of persons being sought by police
'Biting insects': Montrose pupils still home
Scratch bombs are illegal
LA HORQUETTA/ TALPARO MP and Public Administration and Communications Minister, Maxie Cuffie, plans to embark on a public education campaign on scratch bombs
Bolivian on fraud charges
BOLIVIAN national Wilson Toro Lozado was yesterday denied bail by Chief Magistrate Marcia Ayers-Caesar after he appeared before her late in the afternoon to answer to 17 charges
Teen Venezuelan thief nabbed
A 19-YEAR-OLD Venezuelan man, wanted for two robberies in the St Augustine area, was among eight persons held during an anti-crime exercise in Northern Division
When I ready, I will call
Even though the grandmother of the decaying baby promised to show the "living" baby to Newsday "in due time", she yesterday declared she was not yet ready to do so.
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