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Posted: Saturday, July 8, 2017

RETIRED judge Humphrey Stollmeyer says he resigned as a member of the Judicial and Legal Service Commission (JLSC) since he could no longer continue to inflict the distress of criticisms and unjustifiable condemnation, associated with holding public office, on his loved ones.

Carmona faces task to fill void
Ex-JLSC members site criticism for departure...

Criticism unfair
Ex-JLSC members bowed to public pressure but...

Rowley threads carefully on issue

Slavery conditions
INDEPENDENT Senator Paul Richards felt physically sick after seeing slavery conditions in the Port of Spain prison which he urged be shut down as unfit for human habitation.

Rowley: Govt cannot make Clico payments

Govt's hands may be tied
PM admits Burke has edge with HDC contract

Young: Follow the dirty money
Land valued at $52m sold to HDC for $175m

State going after Ebeam boss for LifeSport $34m
President of Ebeam Interact Ltd Adolphus Daniell was paid the hefty sum for a contract under the Life Sport programme which never materialised.

PM calls on Caricom to pay IMPACS fees ensure the viability of Caricom's security agency, the Implementation Agency for Crime and Security (IMPACS).

Medicine runs out at infirmary
CONVICTED prisoners including those on life terms at the Golden Grove prisons in Arouca have gone on a hunger strike over failure of prison authorities to provide medication for those suffering with chronic illnesses

Garcia: No plans for evaluation
EDUCATION Minister Anthony Garcia yesterday said the ministry has no plans to evaluate the 2,170 students who scored below the 30 percent level in this year's Secondary Entrance Assessment (SEA) Examination.

Labour Minister: OJT not closing

Pensioners turned back from Treasury

Survey on crime, bank info
GROUP of individuals claiming to be representatives of a research and marketing company have reportedly been approaching pedestrians and homeowners to conduct a survey, part of which, are questions relating to personal banking information

200 workers axed
CUMUTO/Manzanilla MP Christine Newallo-Hosein is seeking the intervention of trade unions to assist 200 contract workers of the Food Card Division of the Ministry of Social Development and Family Services who have been served

Lagoon flooded by blocked river
Declaring parts of Fyzabad and Rousillac as disaster zones, Chairman of the Siparia Regional Corporation, Dr Glenn Ramadharsingh, defied trespassing laws and led work crews onto private lands in order to clear illegally blocked watercourses.

Charge us or free us
TWO OF seven people arrested in connection with the kidnapping of San Fernando businessman Gregory Laing have been released by police.

Woman held with $2M bad cheque
AN ARIMA woman who went to the Mayaro branch of Republic Bank on Tuesday and attempted to deposit a fraudulent cheque valued $2.2M

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