TAX ON HOLD
Posted: Saturday, May 20, 2017
TAX ON HOLD
Kamla: A victory for the people
"The present valuation process is illegal because the Government has failed to bring the Valuation of Lands Act to Parliament for proper consideration and amendments, they are scared to do this because they know that we in the UNC will not give our support..."
Govt heads to Appeal Court
Judge grants UNC stay in Property Tax challenge
UNC protests for hospital
Traffic pile up as...
$55m needed for prison toilets
Acting Commissioner of Prisons Cecil Duke said yesterday $55 million was needed to install flushing toilets in the remand prisons.
People in jail for cursing, sacrilege
ATTORNEY General Faris Al-Rawi yesterday revealed there are 839 people who continue to be incarcerated in this country's prisons, "even though they have been granted access to bail."
$11m to firm for audit reviews
APPROXIMATELY $11,532,849.14 has been paid to PricewaterhouseCoopers for audit reviews done on government ministries, departments, State enterprises...
Total unadulterated dotishness
OPPOSITION Leader Kamla Persad-Bissessar yesterday declared that the Bail Amendment Bill 2017 "constitutes total unadulterated legal dotishness."
Sorry can't fix Tobago woes
Stakeholders in Tobago say apologies don't cut it, and the current inter-island transport problems on both the passenger ferries and the cargo vessels "is not working for us and we cannot allow it to continue."
Galicia charter: Pre-action letter sent
TATT: Protect client info
DAYS after the furore over a $59,000 phone bill incurred by Tourism Minister Shamfa Cudjoe reportedly due to roaming charges
Shamfa: I went to work, not play
TOURISM Minister Shamfa Cudjoe yesterday dismissed charges of impropriety levelled against her by Opposition MPs Barry Padarath and Ramona Ramdial
I ran them 2 weeks ago, land owner
Video of couple having sex in car goes viral
Committee set up to review judges' selection
...to look at the issue of judicial appointments.
'Report all cases of child abuse'
Teachers and nurses obligated to report all abuses against children to the police, the Children's Authority and Child Protection Unit.
Brigo's funeral on Monday
THE funeral for veteran calypsonian Samuel "Brigo" Abraham takes place next Monday at the Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception, Independence Square, Port-of-Spain.
Man, 68, shot by cop aiming at bandits
A San Fernando City Police officer in pursuit of two bandits who were escaping with over $.2 million in jewelry from a robbery, shot a Los Bajos pensioner twice by mistake yesterday.
Police officer robbed at gunpoint
Quick action by Black Rock villagers and police from the Old Grange station saved the life of a Tobago police officer yesterday.
Woman with bag over head took own life
Sewhroni Mohan, the 38-year-old Mafeking Village, Mayaro woman who was found dead at her home on Thursday, committed suicide, according to her autopsy.
St Dominic's teens still missing
CRYSTAL Hospedales, an employee at St Dominic's Children's Home is calling on four teens who are believed to have ran away, to think about their future and return to the Home immediately.
Maxi taxi transporting 13 students fired upon on Thursday night between Nelson and Duncan streets in Port-of-Spain.
Woman, 65, beaten and robbed
A 65-YEAR-OLD pensioner was beaten, tied up and robbed of $45, 000 worth of cash, jewellery, two laptop computers and a cell phone during a daylight robbery at her home in St Julien Village
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