Wednesday, September 3, 2014



ATTORNEY and former acting High Court judge Gillian Lucky yesterday resigned her position as Director of the Police Complaints Authority (PCA) with immediate effect. Read more »

  • Workers block Blind Welfare CEO: cops called in

    Police were called to the Port of Spain office of the Blind Welfare Association yesterday afternoon, after a group of about 26 visually impaired men and women physically blocked the chief executive officer (CEO) Kenneth Suratt from exiting the compound with the company’s vehicle. Read More »

  • Salvatori vendors stay until January

    The 45 vendors at the Salvatori Building site, who were served notices to vacate the premises this week, have been given an extension to ply their trade until January 2, 2015. Read More »

  • ‘It’s no big deal’

    It’s no big deal. This was the response from former deputy political leader of the Independent Liberal Party (ILP) Anna Deonarine yesterday over her attendance at an event hosted by United National Congress (UNC) deputy political leader Housing Minister and Development Minister Roodal Moonilal. Read More »

  • Warner: Moonilal killed Anna’s political ambitions

    DEPUTY political leader of the United National Congress (UNC) Dr Roodal Moonilal has effectively killed the political ambitions of Anna Deonarine, the former deputy political leader of the Independent Liberal Party (ILP). Read More »

  • Jack: Court battle on run-off has begun

    THE legal battle against the Constitution (Amendment) Bill 2014 has begun, chairman of the Independent Liberal Party (ILP) Jack Warner said yesterday. Read More »

  • Tim: Repairing 328 schools ‘historic’

    At the start of the new school term yesterday, eight schools, including Tranquillity Government Primary, St Theresa’s Girls’ RC, Arima Hindu, Cumuto Presbyterian, Morvant/Laventille and Couva West Secondary, had problems ranging from rat and cockroach droppings, termite-ridden roofs and a collapsed perimeter wall. Read More »

  • Teachers, principals must work in safety

    Trinidad and Tobago Uni­fied Teachers’ Association (TTUTA) president Devanand Sinanan has urged principals and teachers to refrain from working under “conditions which are less than ideal” as eight schools remained closed yesterday at the start of the new term. Read More »

  • Autopsy: Man died of heart attack at beach

    A Couva man who was suspected to have drowned during a beach lime in Cedros, had succumbed to a heart attack, an autopsy found yesterday. Read More »

  • ‘One-legged driver’s anger led to his death’

    MURDER victim Nicholas David had lost his leg to gangrene about nine years ago. Read More »

  • Muntslag’s defence seeks info from US courts

    ATTORNEYS representing Surinamese national Edward Muntslag, who is wanted in the United States for conspi­ring to smuggle ten kilogrammes of cocaine into that country, have requested certain legal documents from a US Federal Court. Read More »

  • Arresting cop testifies

    During his testimony, Vas­quez, who was led into evi­dence by attorney Jagdeo Singh, said on that day, he obtained a provisional warrant for Muntslag’s arrest. Read More »

  • Phase out CEPEP

    Chief executive officer of the Trinidad and Tobago Chamber of Commerce Catherine Kumar has called for the Community-Based Environmental Protection and Enhancement Programme (CEPEP) to be phased out and for a more sustainable programme to be put in place. Read More »

  • Follow your heart

    Eighty-six graduates of the Trinidad and Tobago Chamber of Commerce’s Jump Start Programme were urged yesterday to follow their hearts when they decide on a career path. Read More »

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