CCJ gives PPP/C Guyana election upper hand
Posted: Thursday, July 9, 2020
CCJ gives PPP/C Guyana election upper hand
On Wednesday, president of the Trinidad-based court Justice Adrian Saunders also held that the Court of Appeal's ruling that inserted the word “valid” in the consideration of votes for the election of a President was also invalid.
Sinanan: Over $200m spent on shelved road plans
Governments over the course of many years have paid over $200 million in research work for road and drainage works which were ultimately not utilised in any way, Minister of Works and Transport Rohan Sinanan said yesterday.
5 shot while liming near murdered Rebel Sixx's home
Police sources were reluctant to give information in the incident saying only that a car with gunmen drove up to the limers and opened fire not far from George's Bon Air Gardens home. The gunmen then sped off.
Relatives of murdered man knock gang truce: 'It's a front'
"As far as I am concerned this is just a front. If they are both observing the peace, who killed my brother? The Hindus? The Pentecostals? Some people are observing the truce and others just don't have time for that."
CoP: Their truce is hypocrisy
$10,000 reward offered for information on killing of PC Moseley
Mother of Ornella Greaves recalls last warning to daughter
"I saw Ornella passing. I asked her where she was going. She had her phone out recording and she said she was going right there. I told her when you hear the police start to shoot, you might get a bullet and I don't know what I will do."
Ornella's husband upset at snub from CoP, Hinds
Teen among two shot in Tacarigua.
Bump in deliveries expected in early 2021 thanks to covid19
Gov't not selective about bringing nationals home, Deyalsingh says
With over 3,000 applications from nationals abroad wishing to return home, Government is assuring that it's not trying to penalise anyone still waiting for a response on their request for repatriation.
Muslims threaten legal action against Young
Kamla: Bring in observers for free and fair election
Hochoy: One Tobago Voice needed in Parliament
NOMINATION DAY for the August 10 general election is July 17 but One Tobago Voice said it will not rush to name its candidates for the Tobago East and West seats. So says, political leader of The Platform of Truth (TPT) Hochoy Charles, a member of the One Tobago Voice coalition party. Charles is one of three Tobago politicians who officially established One Tobago Voice in September 2019. The others are Tobago Forwards political leader Christlyn Moore and Tobago Organisation of the People leader Ashworth Jack.
Economist James: PNM failed Tobago
Couva North wants explanation on Ramona's exclusion; Cumuto still vex
While there are concerns by Couva North constituents about the UNC's replacement for MP Ramona Ramdial, the area's executive is working with new candidate Ravi Ratiram. However, they say some reason should have been given on why Ramdial wasn't selected.
Al-Rawi rejects COP claim
25 community projects approved for EPIC funding
The Foundation said in a statement issued July 8, 2020, that 25 new community projects were approved to receive $35,000 each in funding to implement projects to uplift local communities.
NCPD receives donation from power company
PowerGen partner Marubeni Power International Inc. has donated $52,000 to the National Centre for Persons with Disabilities (NCPD) in San Fernando to assist the NCPD's clients who would have experienced difficulty during the stay at home period.
Lee Wah a treasured icon
Sparrow's music plays on eve of 85th birthday
Police on claim of brothels in Couva
Central Division police say while they have been working in the Couva North constituency to stop certain illicit activities, it is not their function to shut down businesses.
Friend of domestic violence victim: 'After first lash, run'
Dick, 36, was allegedly murdered by a close male relative while on way to make a domestic violence report at St Margaret's Police Station on June 30. The mother of five was stabbed multiple times at a bus shed along Southern Main Road, St Margaret's, a short distance away from the police station.
Trafficked V'zuelan boy, 8, staying 'with a family in TT'
"Cicpc sources explained to El Pitazo this Tuesday that it is a band responsible for moving people without the respective legal documentation to exit the country and that for each person they charge up to US $300," El Pitazo said.
Send page by E-Mail