PNM polls postponed
Posted: Sunday, August 12, 2018
PNM polls postponed
After word that former frontline PNMites are preparing to contest the PNM's internal elections, comes news that the elections will be postponed to September 30 instead of being held on September 16—and this week's planned nomination exercise has also been postponed to early September.
Young, moving on up
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Gary: I am above board
New CoP says no bias with security firm
A neighbour in distress
Griffith never ranked first
The firm did two lengthy assessments as part of the interview process—in the first part Griffith was ranked second among the list of 20 candidates and in the second part he was ranked sixth out of 12 candidates.
Agard: ttt a tough balancing act
IT is a tough balancing act to re-launch ttt as a state broadcaster to be the benchmark of high media standards, while operating in a competitive environment, and all against the backdrop of the new reality of online media and social media.
Lotto tax now law
With the lottery winnings tax expected to be rolled out on tomorrow, several punters have said they would be placing smaller bets to avoid paying the tax.
Sando chamber calls for tax rebates in TT
While it looks forward with "cautious optimism" to the upcoming 2018 /2019 budget presentation, the Greater San Fernando Chamber of Commerce (GSFCC) has recommended that incentives and tax rebates be introduced to stimulate growth in the economy.
Styrofoam businesses in the dark
…fear job losses
'A football disaster'
Warner hits TTFA as officials seek US talks
Sir Vidia dies at 85
SIR Vidiadhar Surajprasad "Vidia" Naipaul, TT's only Nobel Prize winner for Literature, has died at his family home in London, just shy of his 86th birthday.
Trini to the core
Sir Vidia's literary legacy to the world
Take 5 with the Mighty Shadow
Shah Rukh shares love
3 men murdered
THREE men are now dead following two shootings and a stabbing that took place between Friday night and yesterday afternoon.
Pensioner killed, 4 wounded in South shooting
When gunfire erupted outside his son's business place early yesterday, pensioner Stephen Pope, 65, left his bed and crouched down on his front porch hoping to get a glimpse of the action.
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