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Posted: Wednesday, August 9, 2023

Judge grants temporary reprieve for Venezuelans: HINDS CAN'T DEPORT 64

Court orders 64 migrants released from Heliport
Delivering a decision yesterday afternoon, Justice Ricky Rahim ordered that the group be released on orders of supervision which will remain in place until their joint substantive lawsuit is eventually determined.

Rowley shares all
...makes public his declaration of income, assets and liabilities to Integrity Commission

Integrity Commission: No merit in Opposition's allegations against PM

Kamla slams PM as Integrity Commission responds Townhouse bacchanal deepens

Kamla: I'm a dangerous woman
OPPOSITION Leader Kamla Persad-Bissessar said she was "a dangerous woman," but had to be so to stand up for victims of violent criminals, whom she accused the Government of ignoring. She was addressing a UNC rally at Penal ahead of next Monday's local government elections.

Methanex remains mum on restart of mothballed plant
IT now appears highly unlikely that the Canadian Methanol behemoth, Methanex, will breathe life back into Titan, their mothballed plant in this country, in the foreseeable future.

Legal issues shadow Atlas plant

Don't bad mouth T&T healthcare
The PM was speaking at the handing-over yesterday of the Ministry of Health's new administrative building at Queen's Park East, Port of Spain, which brings together some 16 divisions from nine locations.

Carpha hosts regional health security meeting

Cyber-bullying victim speaks out: Stronger laws needed for online predators
On January 2022, he said an amendment to the Sexual Offences (Amendment)(No 3) Bill 2021 would penalise "revenge porn" offences with a penalty of two years' jail and a $250,000 fine at the Magistrate's Court, or five years' jail and $750,000 fine at the High Court.

28 to sue top cop for FULs
Claiming two-year delay to decide on applications...

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