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Tuesday, July 29, 2014

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Commonwealth 2014 LIVE UPDATES - Thomas eliminated

Mikel Thomas was eliminated in the qualifying round of the men's 110 metres hurdles, on Tuesday morning. The Trinidad and Tobago athlete clocked 13.86 seconds to finish fourth in the opening heat. Read more »

  • TOKYO CALLING

    Trinidad and Tobago will establish an InvestTT office in Tokyo to accommodate trade and investment flows. Read More »

  • Two agreements signed

    Two agreements were signed yesterday following the Caricom/Japan Summit: Read More »

  • Abe: Dialogue with Caricom important

    Japan’s Prime Minister Shinzo Abe yesterday told Caricom leaders that Japan’s policy towards Caricom consisted of three pillars. Read More »

  • AG aims to recover $34m

    Attorney General Anand Ramlogan says he’s reviewing the audit conducted by the Central Audit Committee of the Ministry of Finance into LifeSport to look at the areas where he can recover taxpayers’ money. Read More »

  • Anil: I had no control

    Sport Minister Anil Roberts says that he did not “personally” escort Adolphus Daniell, the educator who was paid $34 million from the LifeSport programme for no work, to meet Finance Minister Larry Howai but was part of a team. Read More »

  • House holds hand on money bills

    PRIME Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar yesterday moved a motion asking that the House of Representatives not proceed with sending two money bills, which had not been passed by the Senate, to President Anthony Carmona for assent. Read More »

  • Mrs Abe loves mango chow

    There was heavy police presence as curious residents came out of their homes yesterday to catch a glimpse of the wife of the Japanese Prime Minister who visited Claxton Bay. Read More »

  • NP to set up gas stations, subsidiary in Haiti

    National Petroleum (NP) will establish nine gas stations, a subsidiary company and an NP office in Haiti. Read More »

  • Questions on detained Ghanaian

    The Chief Immigration Officer (CIO) is expected to appear before a High Court judge today to explain why Ghanaian national Musah Ibrahim is being detained at the Immigration Detention Centre in Aripo, so that a determination could be made on whether the detention is legal. Read More »

  • Mendes: OSHA evidence worthless

    Senior counsel Douglas Mendes yesterday described the evidence presented by Chief Inspector of the Occupational Safety and Health Agency (OSHA) Gaekwad Ramoutar as “worthless” and “manifestly unreliable”. Read More »

  • Appeal in Invaders Bay case on Nov 20

    Appeal Court Judge Maureen Rajnauth-Lee has set aside November 20 to hear the matter involving the Joint Consultative Council (JCC) for the construction industry and Planning Minister Dr Bhoe Tewarie. Read More »

  • Autopsy: Farmer got hard blow to head

    Before he was killed, 62-year-old John Ramoutar was blindfolded with masking tape and his hands were bound tightly behind his back with ropes before being struck so hard that his neck suffered an overextension, which resulted in the fracture of his cervical spine. Read More »

  • Mr Partap’s prized car

    THOSE villages in and around Fyzabad have, for nearly a hundred years, seen the benefit and been the victim of the oil boom that went bust. Read More »

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