PM fires Marlene again
Posted: Monday, July 3, 2017
PM fires Marlene again
PORT-OF-SPAIN South MP Marlene Mc Donald was yesterday fired as a Cabinet minister for the second time by Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley, quite possibly over concerns arising over a guest at her very swearing-in ceremony 48 hours prior.
Marlene fired again
Call elections now—Kamla
Marlene's firing another sign of poor leadership
Women's League disappointed
... Burkie: A great loss for Port of Spain
7 arrested for businessman's kidnapping
A joint team of police officers swooped down on Alicia's Guest House, located on Lady Chancellor Hill, on Saturday afternoon, surrounded two rooms and detained three of seven suspects
Energy Minister: We are not selling out Petrotrin's acreage
ENERGY Minister Franklin Khan on Friday said contrary to claims made by the Oilfields Workers Trade Union (OWTU), Government was not putting Petrotrin's acreage up for bid.
Suruj: PM cannot delegate responsibility on crime
TABAQUITE MP Suruj Rambachan says that Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley can delegate authority on crime but he cannot delegate responsibility.
TT lacks humanity
POLITICAL Leader of the Movement for Social Justice (MSJ) David Abdulah says the horrific acts of murder in the country is evidence of a total lack of humanity among some citizens.
Cascade residents blame developer as Flash floods wreak havoc
Midday rains leave PoS underwater
A HEAVY midday downpour in parts of western Trinidad yesterday left several areas under water.
Deyalsingh: We spray flooded areas
HEALTH Minister Terrence Deyalsingh said areas flooded by Tropical Strom Bret are already being sprayed against mosquitos
25 more ambulances to boost GMRTT service
Firefighters dig man out of muddy trench
Kendall Braithwaite suffered injuries to the left leg, back and head when there was a landslide on a hill nearby.
Sinanan: Two ferries for US$49,000 per day
The Cargo Star will arrive in TT in mid July. It can carry 120 passengers plus cargo, to suit the needs of citizens of Trinidad and Tobago.
Bas laments racism, fears a revolution
Jeremie lauds Manning as a hero
In this country few men are honoured during their lifetime.
Manning's legacy lives on—Hazel
Fraud prevention is simple
There are several sophisticated ways in which a fraudster could dupe unwitting victims into parting with their money.
Child beating video goes viral: Mom arrested
A 41-year-old mother of eight was arrested by police yesterday, mere hours after a Facebook video showing the woman beating her 22-month-old son about the body with her handbag went viral.
Woman arrested for abusing naked toddler
A Sangre Grande woman is now in police custody after a video depicting her abusing a naked toddler began circulating on social media.
Cops kill homeless man
Police said around 10.30 am they received a report that the man was brandishing a cutlass near the Vehicle Management Company Limited at Union Hall, San Fernando.
Facebook poster in police custody
INVESTIGATORS are expected to approach the Director of Public Prosecutions today to determine whether charges should be laid against Rayad Mohammed for a social media post on Facebook
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