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UNC MPs slam AG
Posted: Monday, February 19, 2018

UNC MPs slam AG's denial of local ISIS cell
Attorney General Faris Al-Rawi has come in for flack for trying to deny media reports of Prime Minister Keith Rowley's admission of an ISIS terror cell operating in T&T

Kamla slams AG over 'conflicting' statements on 'ISIS cell' in T&T

Lack of terror info destabalising T&T
Moonilal calls for full disclosure

Nafeesa in hot water after FB post
Nafeesa Mohammed may have her portfolio as one of the Prime Minister's senior legal advisors adjusted following a post she made to Facebook, CNC3 reported last night.

SSC meets in public
THE Special Select Committee (SSC) appointed to consider the notifications of people for the posts of Commissioner of Police (CoP) and Deputy CoP will hold its first public hearing next week Wednesday

Spirit to return to seabridge at month's end

Sweeping changes coming to Carnival
The NCC received $147 million to disburse for Carnival 2018, but there were no reports of profits for the country.

Ban use of paint during J'Ouvert
Woodbrook residents make proposal

Machel supports separate Carnival for Tobago
Road March winner Machel Montano has thrown his support behind the initiative for Tobago to have its own Carnival.

Chalkie: Calypso will not die
CALYPSO is not a dying art form and it is here to stay, according to nine-time Calypso Monarch champion Dr Hollis "Chalkdust" Liverpool.

Entertaining Champs of Steel Plus

Yorke sued by Neval for $.25m
Chatelal has been pleading unsuccessfully since May last year with Yorke to pay him back the $250,000, according to documents filed in the San Fernando High Court on Thursday.

Sat: No State funds needed for our schools
One denominational body in the education system has no intention of going cap in hand to seek Government funds to repair schools under its remit

Regrello yet to be interviewed by police the investigator appointed to probe the Carnival Tuesday's face-off with the police on Coffee Street

Police Association president urges cop, former minister's wife Tell the truth

Killer walking free
LESS than a month after prison officer Devendra Boodooram was shot and killed...

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