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Kamla: No justice in the House
Posted: Sunday, June 25, 2017

Kamla: No justice in the House
The United National Congress (UNC) is preparing to file a motion of no-confidence in the Speaker of the House of Representatives for her alleged failure to be a sound facilitator of free expression in Parliament.

Racism talk, Opposition walk out
THE PARLIAMENT sitting on Friday was marred by accusations of racism and an Opposition walk out.

Speaker under fire from UNC
Annisette-George: It's part and parcel of the job

Sport Ministry profits $724,700 from Lara stadium launch

‘JLSC flawed for almost a decade'
Judiciary comes under scrutiny again

Act quickly on ODPM
Former chief executive officer of the Office of Disaster Preparedness and Management (ODPM) Dr Stephen Ramroop says new legislation must be brought quickly to the Parliament to govern the operations of the entity.

Kamla calls on public to help citizens after Bret
Waiting for $25M relief fund to kick in...

Squatters good for votes, but not grants
Though squatters are recognised as citizens when it is time to win their votes in elections, their citizenship is revoked in times of tragedy by a government which has denied them access to grants to help rebuild their homes.

Aranguez farmers count losses
Chairman of the San Juan/Laventille Regional Corporation Anthony Roberts yesterday said farmers and other families in the region who have been negatively impacted by the effects of Tropical Storm Bret

Rescued mom, five kids to return home
Parbatee Chance and her children had been staying at an emergency shelter in Penal as most of the family's belongings were claimed by floodwaters.

Mitchell: HDC to visit Chance determine whether emergency relief could be provided to Ramrajie Chance, the pregnant mother of five, who was told to leave a shelter on Friday after her home was flooded during Tropical Storm Bret.

Residents: St Helena flood gates could have prevented damage

South residents still reeling from flood damage

Anil on radio: I don't smoke ganja

Gopaul-McNicol: We don't need an OJT to rebuild party
COP leadership race

Heed Muslims' grievances or more will go to Isis
US lawman to T&T Govt...

Judge closes off Twitter account after racy tweets

Suspended prison officers to testify
Prison break tribunal:

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