Sunday, April 20, 2014


Probe Prison Ploy

A three-pronged investigation by the Inspector of Prisons, the Law Association and the Police Service should be undertaken to determine whether attorneys involved in prison litigation are engaged in an “unethical business venture”. Read more »

  • CARIFTA 2014 DAY 1 UPDATES - Cedenio, James strike gold

    Machel Cedenio and Chelsea James struck gold for Trinidad and Tobago on day one of the Carifta Games, in Fort-de-France, MartInique, today. Cedenio repeated as boys' under-20 400 metres champion with a... Read More »

  • Ramlogan: Large payouts to prisoners under PNM

    Attorney General Anand Ramlogan was yesterday asked questions based on the August 30 letter. The following are his responses: Read More »

  • ‘No support from AG’

    the timely and effective support of the Honourable AG”. Read More »

  • Party forms in opponents’ hands

    More controversy may be brew­ing in the People’s National Move­ment’s (PNM) upcoming internal elections as 1,000 application forms have ended up in the hands of an activist of the New National Vision (NNV) party to vote political leader Dr Keith Rowley out of office, according to the PNM’s general secretary, Ashton Ford. Read More »

  • Team Penny: Why were 7,000 rejected?

    Attorney Ronald Boynes and other members of “Team Penny” yesterday called for the People’s National Move­ment (PNM) to say on what basis the applications of over 7,000 people were rejected to vote in the May 18 internal elections. Read More »

  • Fired director hits back at Fuad

    Former Eastern Re­gional Health Authority (ERHA) director Kiel Tak­lalsingh, who was fired because his beha­viour was deemed rude by Health Minister Dr Fuad Khan, has fired back at the minister. Read More »

  • T&TEC back-pedals on $8m land contract

    The Trinidad and Tobago Electricity Commission (T&TEC) has back-pedalled on a decision and scrapped an $8 million land acquisition services contract awarded to a partnership that was not recommended by the evaluation committee of the Commission. Read More »

  • Putting cost before care

    On a fateful December day when Christmas shopping occupied the minds of most people, a 16-inch-diameter sea line broke at the State-owned refinery, sending a rush of black fuel oil into the Gulf of Paria and along the south-western coastline. The effect of that spill is still being felt today by fisherfolk and people in poor coastal communities. The Sunday Express takes a close look at the chain of events that led to this country’s worst environmental disaster. Read More »

  • Care, concern and compassion

    Newly-appointed Independent Senator Reverend Joy Abdul-Mohan views her appointment as that of “servant leadership” and is approaching this new chapter of her life realistically. Read More »

  • Tough week for Rennie Coolman

    IT WAS a short but intense past week of cross-examination for Rennie Coolman, the widower of murdered Chaguanas businesswoman Vindra Naipaul-Coolman. Read More »

  • PM: A time of reflection

    Easter as a time for reflection, rebirth, mercy and forgiveness, gives us the opportunity to aspire to a new focus on living in a manner that is good and right with God, Prime Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar said yesterday. Read More »

  • 46 arrested in Sando

    FORTY-SIX people were arrested in 14 hours in the Southern Police Division, police said yesterday. Read More »

  • 5 arrested, 47 tickets issued in Northern exercise

    A police exercise in the Northern Division on Friday night resulted in the arrest of five men and over 47 fixed penalty tickets being issued. Read More »

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