Hold hand on ganja arrests
Posted: Monday, April 1, 2019
MSJ wants moratorium on ganja charges
...Hold hand on ganja arrests
PM defends AG and Energy Minister
Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley this morning confirmed that he expects to get a new operator for the moth-balled Pointe-a-Pierre refinery.
Fresh ferry for seabridge
A leased passenger vessel to replace the limping T&T Express is expected to arrive here in May to service the inter-island seabridge.
Kamla to Weekes: Hold hand on Pemberton
The fight to remove Justice Chairmaine Pemberton from the Judicial and Legal Services Commission (JLSC) is creating a war of words between the United National Congress leader Kamla Persad-Bissessar and the Office of the President, with the former suggesting a hold be put on Perberton’s appointment for now.
Kamla will decide next step
THE Opposition Leader will determine the next course of action, now that President Paula-Mae Weekes will not disclose the names of nominees for the Judicial and Legal Services Commission (JLSC) to her. The President made communicated her decision in a letter to Kamla Persad-Bissessar last month.
Cop ‘loses’ gun while in grocery store
Something fishy with the fuel at service stations
Motor vehicles owners are complaining that the fuel imported and received at the pumps is of a substandard quality.
'We don't have a youth problem, we have an adult problem'
This was the message of Commissioner of Police Gary Griffith yesterday after he met with residents and business owners in the Carenage district.
Chinese national carrying $100,000 shot in head
Law Lords uneasy over Anand’s appearance
THE Privy Council has expressed “an element of discomfort” over the appearance of former attorney general Anand Ramlogan in a matter against Petrotrin which was initiated while he was AG.
Judge sad about signals being sent
T&T children in crisis
High Court Judge Justice Frank Seepersad says the crisis facing children in T&T can be evidenced by the staggering workload seen in the newly-opened Children’s Division of the Supreme Court.
Griffith to start animal cruelty unit
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