WE REJECT ROWLEY
Posted: Tuesday, February 12, 2019
WE REJECT ROWLEY
Guaidó deputy slams TT 'support' for Maduro
Judge-alone murder verdict next week
AFTER five days of judge-alone trial, the State yesterday closed its case and after tomorrow (Wednesday) and Thursday's hearing, Justice Gillian Lucky will next week Monday deliver a verdict.
Paray: Combat sex-abuse in rural areas
Griffith meets with tourism stakeholders
Robbery of tourists, Carnival in full gear
Rowley tells Tobago:
Frown against tourists attacks
Rowley: Parents must help in crime fight
Concern over attacks on tourists
Privy Council: JLSC illegally constituted
Devant: Illegitimate JLSC members should resign
United National Congress (UNC) activist Devant Maharaj is calling on judicial officers who received their appointments, while the Judicial and Legal Service Commission (JLSC) was improperly constituted, to resign.
Rambharat slams own ministry
TAKING a long hard look at the ministry he leads, Agriculture Minister Clarence Rambharat has lamented that some of the ills plaguing the agricultural and fisheries sector are of the ministry's making.
104 passengers arrive as Cedros Port operations resume
Sanctions will apply if child refused medical help - SWRHA
South large bands bring A-game to prelims
4.8 earthquake recorded in Venezuela, near Trinidad's south coast
'Vehicle cemetery' cleared from Police Academy
15 Venezuelan women released from custody
Calder Hart, a no-show at own case
Hart took legal action in February 2017,after the report, which was laid in Parliament in September the year before, said he should be held responsible for the failed $26 million towers.
$1m bail for 2 on weed-trafficking charge
The trafficking charge stemmed from police on routine patrol stopping and searching a vehicle in Golconda on Friday afternoon.
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