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'Anand, Ramdeen should be removed from the UNC'
Posted: Wednesday, May 8, 2019

'Anand, Ramdeen should be removed from the UNC'
Movement for Social Justice (MSJ) political leader David Abdulah believes United National Congress (UNC) political leader Kamla Persad-Bissessar should remove Gerald Ramdeen and Anand Ramlogan from the party, amid six corruption-related charges.

Opposition senator evicted from Senate
Last week it was UNC MP Barry Padarath who was evicted from the Parliament chamber by the House Speaker for insisting on raising water shortage in his constituency. Yesterday it was Opposition senator Taharqa Obika for an offensive remark.

PM: No enrichment in highway project
NO-ONE will get unduly rich off of land acquisition to build the Valencia to Toco highway, vowed the Prime Minister on Monday in reply to a question by Caroni East MP Dr Tim Gopeesingh during PM's question time.

PM: DPP has AV Drilling details
THE Prime Minister on Monday invited Naparima MP Rodney Charles to "come outside," in the climax to his impassioned defence of the authorities' handling of the AV Drilling "fake oil" scandal, in the House of Representatives.

DPP: No A&V Drilling file from cops yet
No police file has been submitted to Director of Public Prosecutions Roger Gaspard on the A&V Drilling alleged "fake oil" issue.

Morality test for UNC
AG: 'Recent events' influenced Opposition whistleblower vote

Le Hunte denies janitorial bobol at TSTT
OPPOSITION Senator Wade Mark alleged corruption in the award of a janitorial contract at state majority owned TSTT, but this was flatly denied by Minister of Public Utilities Robert Le Hunte who said the contracts were split among many companies and had been properly awarded.

State to pay gardener for fake ganja charge
A SIPARIA gardener won his lawsuit on Monday in the High Court against police prosecuting him for marijuana 15 years ago.

Niomi shot in back of head
EVEN as the Police Complaints Authority (PCA) has launched an investigation into last Friday's police-involved killing of three people in Carenage, the autopsy report for 14-year-old victim Niomi Nelson concluded that she was shot to the back of the head.

DMRC chair - Carenage plunged into grief
Diego Martin Regional Corporation chair Susan Hong says the Carenage community has been plunged into deep grief and hurt following Friday's police-involved shooting where three people were killed and two others injured.

Sacked PTSC manager settles lawsuit

Grenada PM advocates for single Caribbean ICT space
GRENADA Prime Minister Dr Keith Mitchell has expressed support for regional collaboration to address regional ICT issues.

Burnt WPC still critical: Police to receive advice from DPP today

Gulf View resident to meet investigator on police raid
Gulf View residents say they will be filing complaints to the Police Complaints Authority against police officers who entered their home during a raid last week.

Double chaconia named national flower
A BILL recognising the double chaconia as this country's national flower was passed in the Senate yesterday.

He grabbed cop after being shot, and was killed
Another man is dead following a police-involved shooting incident in Chaguanas yesterday afternoon.

Fire officer charged with...setting man on fire

Woman, sons chopped, beaten during home invasion in Chaguanas

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