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Vasant: If general elections called today, UNC won't win
Posted: Sunday, November 5, 2017

Vasant: If general elections called today, UNC won't win
"Because (the UNC leadership) has not done work on the East West Corridor. I know they have not done any work on the base. And therefore the days of a party that is just a mass mobiliser for an elections is gone."

I'm a changed man—Panday

Abdulah: TT lacks leadership
Abdulah said the representation being offered by Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley and Opposition Leader Kamla Persad-Bissessar left a lot to be desired.

MSJ in 2020 election race

South residents waiting for $$ from $30m flood fund
While the Government has approved a $30 million fund for assistance to flood victims, people in hard-hit areas in south Trinidad are still clamouring for assistance.

Farmers to get money soon—Rambharat
Agriculture Minister Clarence Rambharat says Government will move swiftly to give financial compensation to farmers affected by the last flooding.

Living in misery after the floods

Prison officer escapes gunman in Grande
Fearful that the gunman would return to finish the job, the 25-year-old prison officer, who remains traumatised, has moved out of his home.

Miss Universe TT in Coat of Arms controversy

Closure of UTT means less opportunities for students
Former tertiary education minister Fazal Karim has made a public call to Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley to bring back the Ministry of Tertiary Education and Skills Training

'Hundreds' to be sent home
UTT employees fearful over job cuts...

Ministry, CDA board to look into proposed pay cuts
Robinson-Regis: Staff, salaries doubled under last govt...

Children's Authority keeps watch at St Mary's
The nineteen children of the St Mary's Home in Tacarigua who were removed from the home on Friday on the instruction of the Children's Authority have been returned to the home and are being monitored around the clock

Regrello: Open prestige schools to all

Deaf Venezuelan teen's struggles in TT

New, better Cepep
...while the CEPEP, which was conceptualised in 2002, may have strayed from its fundamental mandate over the years, moves are afoot to restore the programme to its original moorings.

Fewer rapes in jail 'due to overcrowding'

Murder suspect critical after 11-storey jump
According to reports, the suspect was detained two days ago and was being questioned around 4 pm by Homicide officers in connection with the murder of Donald Marcano, 35

Murder suspect jumps from 11th floor to escape police

Murder in Santa Cruz, 2 shot in Diego, body found in Caparo

6 held for drugs, ammunition
Six men are in police custody and a firearm and a quantity of marijuana were seized following police exercises in Santa Cruz yesterday morning.

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