Duke 'erred' in removing Farley
Posted: Friday, September 16, 2022
Duke 'erred' in removing Farley to get top THA position
...says ex-chief sec Hochoy Charles
PDP leader backs down from Farley's challenge – DUKE QUITS THA POST
Going forward, apart from representing Roxborough/Argyle, Duke said he will commit himself to a new fight which will happen from Port of Spain. This fight, Duke added, is against the PNM and the battleground will be the local government elections. Duke also claimed on Thursday that plans are already in place for Health, Wellness and Social Protection Secretary, Dr Faith B.Yisrael, to be appointed as deputy Chief Secretary.
James: Sad day for Tobago
"A rebuilding will have to be done and it is very difficult to keep the support of people who voted you into power with such a big margin, they must be very disappointed in what is going on, some may be at a lost to understand, others may be scared to understand what has developed," James said.
Rowley meets US VP Kamala Harris
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Increase in influenza infections
Political analyst Ramsamooj back in Trinidad
Ramsamooj had done research and surveys for the Surinamese Post Office Savings Bank, after which the Suriname police had sought a statement from him on the bank's operations. He found himself detained in October 2020 and on his release in December 2020 was unable to leave that country, as his passports were retained, until they were ordered to be returned to him last week.
Carnival-type send-off for Jagessar in Sando Friday
Scholars, including Dr Gabriella Hosein, studied the artform under the tutelage of the iconic masman who shared his traditions and skills in wire bending, beading, and sewing costumes.
Former S.M Jaleel exec on child sex charges in Miami
Former vice president of information technology at S.M Jaleel Company Limited Adil Mohammed was placed on a bond of US$25,000 after he was charged with ten felony charges of sexual performance by a child and child pornography in the United States last month.
Please fly home, Robin
Sunday—the date of his 55th birthday—will mark one week since Robin was last seen by a member of his family.
Help locate 79-year-old
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