Ramish and Leela

The Chair of the Department of Environmental Studies at COSTAATT, Glenda Charles-Harris, is still missing.

AG facing legal action from Attorneys

Attorney General Garvin Nicholas is facing legal action from within his own organisation as 38 State Attorneys on contract are suing him for what they say is a breach of their Constitutional rights.  

Cancer patient awarded $1 million

High Court Judge Devindra Rampersad has awarded $1 million plus legal costs to cancer survivor Robert Daisley.

Former Minister of National Security Gary Griffith has commended the Prime Minister for her announcement of the creation of a Ministry of Defence in a second term of office.

Commendations and criticisms following the Prime Minister's responses from the National Leadership Exchange, which was held at our CNMG Studios on Thursday night.

PM: GATE stays

The Government Assistance for Tuition Expense Programme (GATE) will continue if the People's Partnership gets elected for a second term of office.

My fellow citizens, today we proudly celebrate the 177th Anniversary of Emancipation in Trinidad and Tobago.

The Alliance of Independents (AOI) is in support of the Prime Minister's plan to set up a Ministry of Defence to protect the nation's borders, if given a second term.

Attorney Martin George does not believe AG Garvin Nicholas needs to recuse himself from extradition proceedings against former FIFA Vice President Jack Warner.

THA Chief Secretary Orville London says the deposit of sargussum on Tobago's Eastern beaches is cause for concern and should be treated as a natural disaster.

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