'GREAT TOBAGO LIES'
Posted: Sunday, January 8, 2017
'GREAT TOBAGO LIES'
The battle to break the People's National Movement's rule over Tobago began on Thursday night when one of the opposition challengers, Tobago Forwards, laid out its Blueprint for victory at a political meeting in Scarborough
PNM confident of THA sweep...again
Political leader of the People's National Movement (PNM) Tobago Council Kelvin Charles yesterday expressed confidence that the party will retain its 12 seats in the January 23 Tobago House of Assembly (THA) election.
3 parties to sign code of conduct
Contesting THA election...
Over $15b in works to be completed
Decades-old cases clogging justice system
Judiciary responds three months after request for outstanding judgments...
Fuel pipeline 10 years late
The Liquid Fuel Pipeline project located at Caroni, opposite the cremation site, remains unfinished even after several completion dates were promised.
Petrotrin wages higher
Wages at the state-owned Petroleum company of Trinidad and Tobago (Petrotrin) are not on par with other comparative energy companies.
OWTU sets up 14 strike camps
Strike could lead to $9 to US$1
PTSC GM queries $.25m contract
Probe Carmona says QC
Police refuse to respond to lawyer's letter
Pan in danger
Senior reporter COREY CONNELLY looks at the financial troubles plaguing Pan Trinbago ahead of this year's Panorama competitions.
Sour note in pan affairs
Aquil Arrindell, the man who quit his job as education officer of Pan Trinbago on Friday, said the organisation was crying out for change to ensure greater accountability and transparency.
Classic hits get new life
Scores of chutney soca artistes turned out for the launch of the 2017 Chutney Soca Monarch (CSM) at the NLCB's Booth, Queen's Park Oval, Port-of-Spain last Friday.
Yoruba worshippers celebrate Obatala
For the past decade, Trinidadian Oloye Esabenjo Efag Oriyomi Orisagbemi has brought the Obatala Festival to the people of this country.
Pioneer educator dies at 99
Fitzjames Williams, a former educator and this country's first warden of the Mausica Teachers' College has died.
Panday: Social media has tried accused child killer
Peace advocate on gun charge
Well-known community activist and religious leader Imam Mourland Lynch, 53, will re-appear before a magistrate in the Chaguanas Magistrates' Court tomorrow charged with possession of an illegal firearm.
Woman's home fire-bombed
A woman and her 60-year-old mother have lost everything after their home in Eastern Quarry, Laventille was fire-bombed.
Missing girl calls home
...third time that the girl has left the house for days without making contact.
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