CJ'S FRIEND FLEES
Posted: Thursday, January 4, 2018
CJ'S FRIEND FLEES
Dillian Johnson...fled to far off England where he is reportedly seeking political asylum amid fears for his life.
CJ meets with legal team
Chief Justice Ivor Archie is said to have been locked behind closed doors for much of yesterday in meetings with a team of attorneys as investigations by the Committee sent up by the Law Association to investigate allegations against him continue.
Law Assoc to seek reply from CJ after Jan 9
JSC meets Friday
Parliament resumes its activities tomorrow with the first joint select committee (JSC) meeting for the year.
Khan in public placard protest
CWU: Chaos as bmobile stores close
TSTT on Tuesday shut down all nine of its bmobile branches in Trinidad, rendering some staff fearful for their jobs and leaving customers to resort to agents such Lotto outlets which are ill-equipped to serve clients in their billing queries
Govt gets report on Petrotrin's future
New taxes come on stream—West
Legislation approving an array of new taxes announced in the last Budget has been approved and became effective in the New Year
Judge: Walk with your own lunches
The country's financial hardships have now trickled down into the criminal justice system with jurors being advised to walk with their own lunches.
PM agrees to meet Tobago Chamber
Three more dead…murder toll now 11
The latest is that of Anton Anslem who was shot dead at Lisas Gardens in Couva on Tuesday night.
117 deaths in 2017…Lowest road fatalities in 22 years
Police wreckers made $10 million in two years
Two quakes shake parts of Trinidad
Chutney Soca funding cut by 90 per cent
"This year NCC will see a reduction of 14 per cent. This means from $168.5M in 2017, they will get $147.5M,"
Protest for Speaker's House
Trini murdered in St Lucia
A Freeport man who went on vacation in St Lucia, was shot dead on Old Year's day.
Trini killed in St Lucia linked to drug-deal
Port worker charged with 14 fraud offences
A 32-year-old employee at the Port Authority of T&T was yesterday charged with 14 offences of fraud amounting to over $200,000.
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