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Tuesday, September 16, 2014

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Kamla in Misstep

Oops! “And inadvertent error” from the Office of the Prime Minister. Read more »

  • ...PM's correction

    An inadvertent error in the press release from the Office of the Prime Minister issued on Sunday September 14, 2014 stated that the Chief State Solicitor had responded to the letter sent by Highway Re-route Movement Leader, Dr Wayne Kublalsingh dated 3 September, 2014. Read More »

  • The CJ's Address

    ADDRESS BY THE HONOURABLE THE CHIEF JUSTICE, MR. JUSTICE IVOR ARCHIE O.R.T.T. ON THE OCCASION OF THE OPENING OF THE 2014-2015 LAW TERM Read More »

  • Armed Forces on show this weekend

    The Office of the President on Tuesday issued a statement advising on plans by the Trinidad and Tobago Defence Force to celebrate Republic Day. The following is the statement - Read More »

  • Teacher charged with offering bribe to cop

    PRIMARY school teacher Baboolal Ramsubhag will stand trial in November for allegedly driving while drunk and offering a bribe to a police officer. Read More »

  • Retired DCP Winston Cooper has died

    RETIRED Deputy Commissioner of Police Winston Cooper, has died. Cooper had been attached to the Community Policing Department of the Trinidad and Tobago Police Service. Read More »

  • Traffic alert for weekend

    Water and Sewerage Authority in collaboration with Ministry of Works and Infrastructure advises road users and members of the general public that traffic restrictions along Uriah Butler Highway, in the vicinity of Ramlal Trace, Caroni, have been rescheduled to take effect from 8:00 p.m. on Saturday 20th September, to 6:00 a.m. on Sunday 21st September 2014. Read More »

  • AG: Chief was not required to sign

    Questioned on the issue, Attorney General Anand Ramlogan said yesterday such correspondence does not ordinarily require the signature of the Chief State Solicitor Read More »

  • Rowley: A worrisome development

    Opposition Leader Dr Keith Rowley said yesterday that given the prompt comments by the Chief State Solicitor Christophe Grant distancing himself from “the worrisome development” of the letter initially attributed to him responding to Wayne Kublalsingh, one was left to ask what kind of operations are taking place in the Government which would allow a junior officer to act on behalf of his/her superior in this way. Read More »

  • It’s been done for years

    An official in the Office of the President said yesterday it was not unusual for Trinidad and Tobago Defence Force (TTDF) reserves to be pulled into duty at this time of year, for a number of reasons. Read More »

  • Warner: I was offered Santa Rosa jail property for $15m

    Government paid a whopping $230 million for the property to house the new Santa Rosa jail when the same property in 2007 was offered to him for sale at $15 million, says Independent Chaguanas West MP Jack Warner. Read More »

  • Suruj: Jack can’t be trusted

    Works Minister Suruj Rambachan said yesterday that his former colleague Jack Warner has a record that shows that he cannot be trusted. Read More »

  • ‘I love it!’

    “I love my new chair!” Read More »

  • Petrotrin expects speedy clean-up

    PETROTRIN personnel were expected to complete the clean-up of an oil spill last night, caused on Saturday when a car crashed in Point Fortin, rupturing an oil pipeline, and releasing an estimated 150 barrels of oil. Read More »

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