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Deyalsingh appeals for social distancing
Posted: Sunday, July 19, 2020

Deyalsingh appeals for social distancing political campaigns
He said it mainly happened in Trinidad, rather than in Tobago. "We know nomination day is a day of high emotion, there's mixing of the two major groups, showing their love and respect for each other on nomination day but in some areas, it was a bit concerning. Let's hope that that is an aberration, I would like to think so."

Bars lost too much business
They are seeking compensation and several declarations, including that the decision by the minister to reduce the opening hours of bars was illegal and irrational. They are also challenging Regulation 3 (2) of the public health coronavirus ordinance as being of no legal effect and against their rights.

…Owners still going to court
IN SPITE of Government's decision to once again allow bars to open until 10 p.m. from tomorrow, a legal claim filed against the State last week by 316 bar owners and the Barkeepers and Operators Association of Trinidad and Tobago (BOATT) will proceed in court.

Jones P Maderia, reluctant hero of July 1990

Tancoo to PM: Report 'water sabotage' to police
"I am absolutely disappointed in the honourable PM. He should know better. If he has evidence of a crime, he should report it. What he is describing is a crime," Tancoo said.

Duke on WASA claims: 'I have to question PM's sanity'
Despite these charges, the PM did not say whether or not he or anyone else had taken this information to the police. Nor did he say how long there have been instances of sabotage at WASA, in light of the fact that an inadequate water supply has been a decades-long problem in many parts of the country.

Gary shuts down PNM, UNC campaigns
Gary pulls the plug on PNM, UNC political campaigns

150 candidates to contest general election

UNC standing with Ratiram amid allegations
Questioned about the allegations on Friday, Kamla Persad-Bissessar said Ratiram was the party's pick for Couva North and whoever was making allegations against him should take it to the police. Persad-Bissessar denied claims that attorney Rishi Tripathi had been tipped to replace Ratiram.

Tacarigua happy Jack's back
Warner received tremendous support from some, who came out to meet him. Others were ambivalent about his presence. Asked their feelings about Warner's candidacy, some adopted a "wait and see" attitude, saying they did not know if he could make a difference.

Jack: I will be very stingy in campaign spending
"I am extremely stingy. People must judge me on performance and action and my history. I don't think I have to come here to spend money or to buy votes. I am confident in my ability to represent a constituency."

Chaguanas East residents: Minds made up
Some are pinning their hopes on PNM candidate Clarence Rambharat, who has served as Agriculture Minister in Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley's administration...

UNC Diego Martin candidate in PM, CoP's firing line
He added a video clip of her at a UNC (United National Congress) Monday Night Forum saying Rowley had grabbed the hand of her daughter at an edition of Conversations with the Prime Minister, a series of public meetings the PM had held. "What angers me with her dishonesty," he wrote, "is that she anchored it in the (Opposition member Roodal) Moonilal failed strategy of accusing me of paedophilia."

Nazma hits nomination red tape
Muller also complained about not being told in advance that the ID card or certified copies of the ID cards of nominators must be submitted also, although saying that with enough time she could get 100 people to nominate her.

LifeSport probe: Cops looking at ex-govt officials

Three arrested following car chase and gunfire exchange with police
The men, all from Monte Grande, Tunapuna, were arrested after officers on mobile patrol, received information that individuals travelling in a silver Mazda 323 vehicle, were in possession of firearms.

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