Posted: Friday, April 7, 2017
THE circumstances surrounding the disappearance of a Tobago man is a mystery to both the police and his worried family.
Melissa wanted to leave home
MELISSA Mohammed-Ramkissoon, whose murder on Tuesday has been described as the end result of a fatal love triangle, was planning on leaving her marital home and living with her outside lover
Army boats for sea bridge?
MINISTER of Works and Transport Rohan Sinanan is considering all options - including use of Army vessels - for cargo transport on the sea bridge to replace leased cargo vessel Superfast Galicia, which exits service on April 18.
Attorney gets $75,000 bail on fraud charge
Campbell, 76, of Fyzabad, is accused of fraudulently converting a certified cheque in the sum of $132,153 for his own use but which was to be used for the purchase of the parcel of land.
EMBD chairman: Goverment will judge me
SHAMEER Mohammed, chairman of the board of directors of two major State entities says he has made a personal commitment to serve to the best of his ability and his performance will be judged by Government.
Young: More gas coming
MINISTER in the Office of the Prime Minister Stuart Young said the recent trip to Houston, Texas by Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley and himself to meet top energy officials was a "resounding success."
$277 million in garbage collection
RURAL Development and Local Government Minister Kazim Hosein disclosed on Wednesday that the total annual expenditure last year by the 14 local government corporations in Trinidad last year was $277,721,515.90.
US$300,000 paid to lobbyist
FINANCE Minister Colm Imbert on Wednesday said a total of US$300,000 has been paid to the American consultancy firm, The DC Group, hired on December 23, 2015 by the Government.
Tobago nurses waiting for back pay
WHILE nurses in Trinidad were happy to receive their back pay earlier this week, nurses in Tobago have not been paid.
Intellectual property strategy to be implemented soon
Colm defends Dillon in 'Krysis' meeting
Dillon: Interdictions up 350 percent
...this saw the TTDF seizing over $18 million worth of drugs in 2015 and $65 million worth of drugs last year."
Bhoe: Gaps in Plea Bargain Bill
THE law is moving towards a "mechanical system" where cases are resolved by cutting deals but without anyone ever learning the truth and the rights and wrongs of a matter, lamented Caroni Central MP Dr Bhoe Tewarie
Ex-minister blames red tape, protests
Injunction remains against 22 riggers
AN INJUNCTION which restrains 22 riggers from returning to the Rowan EXL II offshore rig will continue until an emergency application obtained by Rowan Drilling Trinidad is determined by a High Court judge.
Man had promised to behead 'Kootie', says relatives
RELATIVES of 52-year-old Deoraj "Kootie" Bedassie, whose dismembered body was found in a cesspit behind his Black Street, Reform Village, Gasparillo home on Tuesday
Bypassed for promotion, public servant wins lawsuit
A SENIOR public servant, who was bypassed for promotion to four different offices over a two year period, was unfairly treated by the Public Service Commission (PSC)
Accused gang leader seeks $.5m for SoE arrest
Man claiming to be cop on run begs for PM's help
Both a video and a voice note clip featuring a man claiming to be a T&T police officer now hiding out in Canada because of threats on his life by colleagues, have now been sent to Minister of National Security Edmund Dillon.
Man shot dead after prison release
...bullets to the head
Nursing assistant on gun, ammo and drug charges
A NURSING ASSISTANT was one of three people charged with having a pistol, three rounds of ammunition and $20 worth of cocaine in a car last Monday.
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