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PM to deal with concerns over Marlene
Posted: Sunday, July 2, 2017

PM to deal with concerns over Marlene
...supporters fear she will be axed

Marlene in hot water again
Her troubles this time surround one of the persons who turned up at President's House on Friday to witness her swearing in as the new Minister of Public Utilities, replacing Fitzgerald Hinds who has been sent to the office of the Attorney General.

Burke: I wasn't invited
Cedric Burke, a businessman dubbed "community leader," who was arrested and charged with being a gang leader during the 2011 state of emergency was not invited to President's House on Friday. He just decided to show up and was let in anyway.

Burke under scrutiny again over 'gang' video

Cops arrest man for threatening PM's family on Facebook

'Blows' for Hinds in Laventille West

Khan welcomes back Nicole
Energy Minister Franklin Khan yesterday welcomed former Minister of Energy and Energy Industries, Nicole Olivierre as Parliamentary Secretary in his ministry.

A nation weeps for Videsh
...auguished mom screams for son at funeral

Funeral of Videsh Subar

No sale of Petrotrin's assets
Committee set up by Rowley reports:

Beyond St Michael's gates
The life of neglect for teenage boys sent to St Michael's Home, in light of the June 15 escape of 11 wards, five of whom have been found.

Disabled fight for their rights

Four more storms to come
Met Office estimates...

'We red and suffering'
Trade union leaders made good on their promise to join with Tobagonians as a number of labour federations came together on Friday evening in a show of solidarity in Scarborough.

Govt hits brakes on shifting school repairs to corporations

Corporations to collect property tax as part of LG reform
Once legislation to reform local government is passed in the Parliament, the Government intends for regional corporations to collect and retain property tax.

The year later

3 held for Puff n Stuff owner kidnapping
Police yesterday arrested two men and woman for the kidnapping of Gregory Laing.

Taxi driver killed
...body dumped on riverbank

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