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Racial dotishness
Posted: Wednesday, May 17, 2017

Racial dotishness
PM dismisses critics of Sachin's name on Brian Lara Academy

PRIME Minister Dr Keith Rowley went on the war-path yesterday, training his guns on people who staged a protest last Friday outside the Couva Children's Hospital which led to miles of traffic the same time as the grand opening of the Brian Lara Cricket Academy

Kamla plans protest, dares anyone: Arrest meh!
OPPOSITION Leader Kamla Persad-Bissessar has dared anyone to arrest her when she leads a protest this Friday outside the Couva Children's Hospital

Calypso bard Brigo passes on
POPULAR calypsonian Samuel "Brigo" Abraham, 77, passed away at the Eric Williams Medical Sciences Complex (EWMSC) in Mt Hope yesterday afternoon

Long lines to hand in property tax forms

No Duprey, so no meeting
THE much anticipated meeting between former CL Financial (CLF) chairman Lawrence Duprey and Clico policyholders failed to materialise yesterday.

Shamfa dismisses Christlyn
TOURISM Minister Shamfa Cudjoe yesterday rejected attempts by former justice minister Christlyn Moore to portray her as being extravagant.

I acted above board
Shamfa on $59,000 phone bill query:

Travel woes continue on sea bridge
TRAVEL woes on the nation's sea bridge continue with a recent release stating that there was a non-sailing yesterday, of the T&T Express due to mechanical issues with the vessel.

Duke: 'The Snail' coming soon to seabridge
...hinted to a new cargo vessel from Venezuela has been sought to service the interisland cargo route and which is expected to be added to the current complement.

Sinanan: Maracas upgrade to end by August

TT Embassy in Venezuela warns Trinis exercise vigilance and caution during periods of protest action, reported the Ministry of Foreign and CARICOM Affairs.

Morvant's wrath for water, work
THE heat rose long before the Sun rose yesterday morning, as angry Morvant residents called on government for help, saying they had been without water for the past two weeks.

More protests in Valencia
FOR the second time in as many days, residents in Valencia lit debris along the Valencia stretch to vent their anger after some of their homes were demolished on Monday.

Maraval residents lose Arbor school lawsuit
A group of Maraval residents have lost their lawsuit challenging the decision of former planning minister Bhoe Tewarie to grant planning permission to a private school located on Long Circular Road.

Teacher wins discrimination suit
Amina Sylvester-Homeward's had complained of the failure of the Ministry of Education to recognise her Bachelor of Science degree in Computer Information Systems from Andrews University.

Defence lawyer opts out
Another delay in Sean Luke murder trial

Fire fighters threatened by protesters
General secretary of the Fire Service Association Ashton Cunningham is calling for fire-fighters to be afforded police presence when responding to calls in "hotspot" areas.

Two slain at job site
Two men working on a condemned Housing Development Corporation (HDC) building at Marcano Quarry, Laventille, were murdered yesterday when gunmen from neighbouring John John opened fire on them.

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