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Second swearing in for Le Hunte
Posted: Friday, September 1, 2017

Second swearing in for Le Hunte
In a surprise move yesterday evening, former banker Robert Le Hunte was sworn in as a Senator and Minister of Public Utilities for the second time in the space of a week.


Carolyn: No reappointing Le Hunte
FORMER government minister Carolyn Seepersad-Bachan on Tuesday claimed Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley would be undermining integrity in public life and failing to address corruption...

Opposition no show at Independence parade

President calls for unity
...lamented that crime and criminality were plaguing the country and appealed for divisiveness among citizens to stop.

Caricom hails T&T's contributions to region

Carmona: Embrace Caribbeanism
He said true Caribbeanism is “wrapped up in spreading messages of love, cultivating the art of disagreement without disrespect, adopting the attitude of being responsive rather than explosive and belligerent...

Patriotism alive in Grand Stand for Independence Day Parade

September ferry tender deadline
THE Port Authority has given a deadline of September 20 for the submission of tenders for the supply of a rollon/ roll-off passenger fast ferry on a two year time charter

...Moonilal: It's my right to speak
MEMBER of Parliament for Oropouche East Dr Roodal Moonilal said that it was his constitutional right to speak on public issues and no association can impede his right to do so.

NCIC head: First People deserve much more
Dr Deokienanan Sharma, head of the National Council of Indian Culture (NCIC), says T&T's First People deserve more than a one off holiday.

Poor support for victims of sex crimes in region
Chairman: NGOs understaffed, underfunded

Latin America, C'bean faces critical skills gap, IDB study finds

Flooding relief option in Port-of-Spain

Baby rescued from raging flood waters in Pt Fortin

Toddler out of ICU, recovering from beating
The woman said she did not know the full extent of trauma her daughter was experiencing but believed she might be in need of counseling to help her fully recover.

How did our baby die?
...dies hours after she was born at the San Fernando General Hospital (SFGH).

It's a living hell
Living conditions at the Immigration Detention Centre (IDC) are said to be deteriorating rapidly

'No more illegal vending on Charlotte Street'
The regularisation process of vending on Charlotte Street in Port-of-Spain has started says Mayor of Port-of-Spain, Joel Martinez.

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