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Posted: Friday, June 2, 2017

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Law body in historic vote against CJ, JLSC

Archie can still do right thing
The ball is now in the court of Chief Justice Ivor Archie to "do the right thing" following an overwhelming vote of no confidence in him by members of the Law Association last night

The CJ writes LATT 'seeking clarification...'
The votes were against Archie and the JLSC.

DIRECTOR of Public Prosecutions (DPP) Roger Gaspard, SC, says before he can exercise his powers under Section 90 of the Constitution as it relates to 53 cases now in abeyance by the elevation and subsequent resignation of former chief magistrate Marcia Ayers-Caesar, he needs to know her status.

Court chaos
Inmates almost riot over restarted cases

Injunction not a blow to Govt's property tax plans
THE new injunction preventing the Commissioner of Valuations from collecting valuation forms from property owners is not a blow to Government's efforts to implement property tax.

bpTT confirms gas find

Kamla: bpTT find, fruit of PP incentives
OPPOSITION Leader Kamla Persad-Bissessar has congratulated energy company bpPTT on the announcement of successful finds in two exploration wells, Savannah and Macadamia...

Young: PM right to call for Almagro to go
Rowley said T&T had registered "strong objections" to the behaviour of Almagro who had accused Maduro of carrying out a coup after the country's Supreme Court took over the functions of the opposition led congress.

Decade long wait for NGC land deal
Almost 11 years after the National Gas Company (NGC) moved onto their lands to lay 56" lines during its cross-island pipeline project, a San Francique couple is threatening to sue the company and the State for lack of compensation.

Muslim organisations get $2.1m for Eid
Fifteen Muslim organisations in T&T will the recipients of $2.1 million to celebrate Eid celebrations on June 26.

Mobile scanners in TT for ports' security
A QUANTITY of mobile scanners, currently in the country, are to be commissioned by the Port Authority of TT to enhance port security, but legal issues are currently holding up the process says National Security Minister Edmund Dillon.

Cops raid Namalco
The Anti-Corruption Investigating Bureau raided the offices of three contracting companies yesterday—Namalco Construction Services Ltd, TN Ramnauth & Company Ltd and Motilal Ramhit and Sons Construction Ltd.

No $$ yet for special schools
Private Special Schools Association (PSSATT), Phillis Griffith

Khaleesi to attend Penal Quinam Primary

Alexandrov complains of unfair treatment for Tobago autopsies
Alexandrov and Dr Eslyn Mc Donald-Burris have been conducting autopsies in both islands but, with the latter's contract ending today, it leaves Alexandrov and Dr Hughvon Des Vignes as the only pathologists in the country.

Independent senator calls on cops to dim lights
EMERGENCY vehicles using LED lighting and digital billboards carrying high lumens are also road safety risks that need to be addressed in the bill to amend the Motor Vehicles and Road Traffic Act says Independent Senator Taurel Shrikissoon.

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