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Lawyers were duped
Posted: Wednesday, May 31, 2017

Lawyers were duped
ONE senior attorney who attended the specially-convened 'summit' which determined that the 53 cases left unresolved by former chief magistrate Marcia Ayers-Caesar be restarted "de novo," says no such decision was made.

Ramdeen renews call for Chief Justice to resign

Armour to lawyers: Be careful
Former President of the Law Association, Reginald Armour, says the apparent errors of process committed by the Judicial and Legal Services Commission (JLSC) in relation to the Marcia Ayers-Caesar issue do not begin to approach the constitutional threshold for their removal.

PM: Venezuela gas deal progressing
Prime Minister (PM) Dr Keith Rowley says "discussions are moving apace" on the historic energy agreement between Trinidad and Tobago (TT) and Venezuela.

ECLAC can assist TT with diversification
Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley on Monday told a delegation from the United Nations Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean (ECLAC) in Santiago, Chile...

Tobago PNM slams Duke
The Tobago Council of the People's National Movement (PNM) yesterday described as "disgraceful," the conduct of members of the Watson Duke-led minority bench during last Thursday's sitting of the Tobago House of Assembly (THA).

Decision soon on Enterprise police station

NCRHA to buy 4 new dialysis machines
...with one to be allotted to special needs patients, i.e patients with infections like HIV and Hepatitis B, effectively increasing capacity to treat with this group."

Public doctors in private practice
...regional health authorities (RHAs) cannot stop doctors in the public health sector from also having private practices since they cannot compensate them adequately.

Alexandrov ready to quit
Forensic pathologist Dr Valery Alexandrov says he is ready to pack up and leave before his contract ends in 2019 because he is tired of the mismanagement at the Forensic Science Centre.

Kevin gets the axe
Guardian columnist Kevin Baldeosingh has been axed following another controversial column which has irked the Muslim community in the country.

Sat to PM: Fire Finance Minister

Kamla vows more protests over unfinished PP projects

Hindus believe in teenage marriage
...and not child marriage, as has long been the perception.

No school place for Khaleesi
A Penal mother is claiming discrimination after her daughter, who has spina bifida and uses a walker, was rejected by three primary schools.

New evidence in tour guide's murder
Police have come across evidence that the murder of 24-year-old Tobago tour guide Michael "Five-O" Jacob was a hit ordered by one of his close friends.

Surgery for shooting victim
RETIRED fireman Robin Sookdeo, 58, who was shot in the face at his home on Monday is expected to undergo surgery today to remove a bullet lodged in his neck.

Body washes ashore
THE BODY of Dinesh 'Dinny' Mahabir, 34, washed ashore at Gran Lagoon in Guayaguayare on Monday night.

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