Independent Senators in plot to cause Government not to pass laws!

Dear Editor The behavior of the Independent bench when faced by stinging criticisms from temporary Senator Wayne Sturge has left a sour taste in my mouth and clearly, they have shown their bias against the government.
Posted On 24 Apr 2013
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Government Senator: Soldier-police Bill is good law

Temporary Government Senator, Mr. Wayne Sturge, says the traditional role of the army is changing. In his maiden contribution to the debate on the Miscellaneous Provisions Defence and Police Complaints Bill 2013 in the Upper House on Tuesday, the attorney said it is not a...
Posted On 23 Apr 2013
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Suruj ‘sad’; George raring to go

One day after he was appointed Minister of National Security, Emmanuel George said he intends to tackle the crime problem “head-on”. And, his successor, Local Government Minister Suruj Rambachan, said he was “saddened” by the resignation of his former Cabinet colleague, Jack...
Posted On 23 Apr 2013
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Police, army can work hand-in-hand

Sometimes, horrific happenings erupt which, at first, make us cry out, “Why us, Lord, why?” but, from which, as time proceeds, we learn powerful lessons for our future well-being. Local news media houses swiftly brought us on-the-scene reports of the Boston Marathon bombing and...
Posted On 22 Apr 2013
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Ramdial: More women police can positively impact crime fight

April 22, 2013: Minister Ramona Ramdial speaking at the International Association of Women Police (IAWP) Region 17 Conference at Capital Plaza, Port of Spain. More women in the Police Service can positively impact the fight against crime, both in Trinidad & Tobago and abroad,...
Posted On 22 Apr 2013
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Prosthetics for the people

The potential for artificial limbs to return people to productive capacity got a big advertisement in May 2012 when triple-amputee athlete Rajesh Durbal visited Trinidad and Tobago. Mr Durbal, whose parents are from this country, has participated in the Iron Man wo...
Posted On 22 Apr 2013
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Prime Minister Kamla statement on Jack Warner resignation

MEDIA RELEASE I have today accepted the offer of resignation of the Minister of National Security, Mr. Jack Warner from the Cabinet of the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago. I wish to thank Mr. Warner for his service to the government and people of Trinidad and Tobago.
Posted On 21 Apr 2013
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BREAKING NEWS: Jack Warner has resigned

Prime Minister made the announcement tonight: National Security Minister Jack Warner has tendered his resignation as Minister of National Security. Warner left today’s emergency Cabinet meeting hosted at the Prime Minister’s residence in San Fernando around 5:45pm today.
Posted On 21 Apr 2013
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Motivational Speech by Joel Osteen Live With Confidence

We often get intimidated some one else and try to think how they are better than us. Try to copy them to look cool like them or get that attention. This makes us neglect all the tremendous potential we have in our self. Small errors make us loose confidence in our self. Joel...
Posted On 21 Apr 2013
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Work together on the hanging issue

THE EDITOR: There is a popular consensus that the death penalty should be carried out in TT, which remains the legal punishment for murder in this country. With the recent remarks by PM Kamla Persad-Bissessar that her Government intends to reintroduce the Capital Offences Bill,...
Posted On 21 Apr 2013
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