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Permell: Who benefits from liquidation?
Posted: Monday, July 24, 2017

Permell: Who benefits from liquidation?
The head of the Clico Policyholders Group said he would prefer to leave that question for the taxpayers of T&T to figure out but said it is not likely to benefit taxpayers, policyholders, employees and shareholders.

CLF shareholders to Gov't: Do not liquidate instead negotiate

Ayers-Caesar's husband recalls day she resigned: Marcia was crying uncontrollably

Ramesh Lawrence Maharaj: Reserve judgment on Marcia
Citizens should exercise restraint before declaring former Chief Magistrate Marcia Ayers-Caesar guilty of perjury.

Daly: JLSC must go

No more time
AN extension of time sought by acting chief magistrate Maria Busby-Earle Caddle who was asked to reveal who issued the instruction to her to have restarted anew (de novo) the 53 part heard cases left in abeyance

COP to choose new leader August 20
“After an full and exhaustive discussion and debate which included the three candidates and the member who issued the legal challenge..."


Flood victims get help cleaning up
Contractors from the Drainage and Highways Divisions of the Ministry of Works were at Perseverance Road and Haleland Park, Maraval, yesterday to assist residents with cleaning up following floods which affected those communities on Saturday.

Weeks after rescue from Tropical Storm Bret: Chance family marooned again
Ali said the flooding is caused by a river behind the house which has not been cleaned in years.

Waiting decades for public housing

New colposcopy centre to drive down cervical cancer deaths
More than 17,000 ultra-sound examinations have been conducted by the Colposcopy Centre at the Mt Hope Women's Hospital since January 2016

Panday: Change the watchwords of TT
'Tolerance' should be replaced with 'Appreciation' or 'Respect.' According to Panday, the word 'Tolerance' reeked of a superiority/ inferiority complex.

Third suspect charged for Maloney double murder
Director of Public Prosecutions Roger Gaspard SC has given instructions to the Homicide bureau to charge a third man for the murders of Rose Mohammed and Vedesh Subar.

Police probes suspected negligence in toddler's drowning
Officers of the Homicide Bureau have been given instruction to team up with their colleagues of the Carenage Police to probe the drowning death of three year-old Messi Gorkin

Law student raped at knifepoint
A 31-year-old Guyanese man who buggered and forced a law student to carry out grevious sexual acts was yesterday assisting the Arouca police in their investigation into the two offences.

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