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As part of the process of developing its Medium Term Plan 2014-2016, the Caribbean Agricultural Research and Development Institute hosted a series of National Consultations in its member countries during the period of 15-18 July 2014.
The Law Association of Trinidad and Tobago yesterday expressed "deep concern" over recent reports that members of the Trinidad and Tobago Defence Force were executing what appeared to be search and entry exercises into the private property of citizens and were attempting to effect arrests of citizens.
LifeSport was easy $$ Witness: I cashed $2m in cheques over two-year period and never worked: $187m in backpay for THA workers The Tobago House of Assembly will pay out $187 million in arrears of wages to some 9,000 daily-paid employees.
Police are questioning a Morvant mother in connection with an online video of a woman beating a young child about the body with a metal shovel, which went viral on several social media sites last week.
A homeless man has been shot and wounded by a member of the Trinidad and Tobago Defence Force following an altercation in Arouca on Sunday afternoon.
Port-Of-Spain , July 22 Close to $200,000 from ticket sales of upcoming matches in the Caribbean Premier League have been stolen, Police in Trinidad and Tobago have said.
Make no mistake about it, the two countries I love most are Canada, my adopted homeland which has done a lot to expand my horizons and improve my quality of life, and Trinidad and Tobago, the country of my birth.
Part IV: Conclusion THERE was once a wooden staircase in the corner of a room that led to the attic of that crumbling great house at Johnson Hill, Camparo Village, Manzanilla.
Health Minister Dr Fuad Khan said the National Eye Survey of Trinidad and Tobago will collect valuable data from about 10,000 participants to assist citzens battling eye diseases, including glaucoma, diabetes and cataracts.
Also, for the convenience of our readers and the online community generally, we have reproduced the complete Caribbean Net News archives from 2004 to 2010 here .
Is like I is a seer-man. Last week I tackled the subject of the de facto use of martial law and tried to suggest a solution.
THE CONDUCT of some former PNM politicians - including former Prime Minister Patrick Manning - during their tenures in office is criticised by Sir Anthony Colman in his Report on the 2008 collapse of the Hindu Credit Union , tabled in Parliament on Friday.
SIR ANTHONY Colman, in his report on the collapse of the Hindu Credit Union tabled in Parliament on Friday, calls for more powers to be given to the Central Bank to enable it to regulate credit unions and take law enforcement action independent of the Police Service.
GENERAL SECRETARY of the People's National Movement Ashton Ford has written chairman of One Caribbean Media Ltd Sir Fred Gollop, alleging an "orchestrated campaign" by the Express newspapers to bring down the party and its leader Dr Keith Rowley before the next general election in 2015.
Economist Dr Roger Hosein believes Government's growth poles should be linked to areas in Trinidad and Tobago where there is unemployment.
Updated: Wed Jul 23, 2014 01:12 am
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