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The Highway Reroute Movement is once again calling for an independent forensic probe into the collapse of the Solomon Hochoy Highway extension project to Point Fortin.
The group held a press conference in San Fernando on Sunday the movement and its supporters are also calling for persons to be held accountable for the wastage of tax payers' money.
Activist and Leader of the Highway Re-route movement Dr. Wayne Kublalsingh says the people's representatives in the Lower House of Parliament need to respond to the waste of the country's money.
At Sunday's Press Conference at the OWTU headquarters in San Fernando, Dr. Kublalsingh was joined by lawyer and fellow activist, Ramesh Lawrence Maharaj, Movement for Social Justice Leader David Abdullah and President of the the Federation of Independent Trade Unions and NGOs, Joseph Remy. 
The trade unionist said after the many warnings from the Re- route Movement before and during the project, all of which were ignored, someone needs to stand the bounce.
After having paid the full price for a highway extension we do not have, partially constructed by a company that is in bankruptcy and cannot be sued to recover the money, for work that is sub-standard, the Re-Route Movement is insisting that the country needs to recover its money in cash or jail time.
Over $100,000 in construction equipment has been stolen from the Manatee Conservation Trust in Manzanilla.
The Trust, a non-profit organization that promotes conservation of the leatherback sea turtle and the West Indian manatee, needs the public's assistance to find the person or persons responsible for the theft.
The equipment was being used to carry out works at the Trust's facility.
The Zoological Society of Trinidad and Tobago confirmed that items which include a Honda exclusive customized hand-held auger, two ten-plate batteries, a wheelbarrow, a diesel hand pump, 450 Stihl bushwhacker, a power saw and a Stihl mist blower.
Anyone with information is asked to call 732-5016 or 385-4839.

The Republic of Trinidad and Tobago Annual National Awards Ceremony will now be held on Republic Day instead of Independence Day. These National Awards will be presented to awardees on Republic Day - September 24th and not Independence Day -August 31st.

Newlyweds robbed at Tobago hotel

Approximately US$8000 in cash and twice that value in jewelry were stolen from a newlywed couple staying at the Magdalena Grand Resort in Tobago.
Hayden and Cynthia Peters who got married in Tobago on Friday claimed their guest room was broken into while they were out on Saturday night.
The couple, originally from Trinidad and Tobago resides in the US. 
They said they came with a contingent of about 30, all of whom were guests at the hotel. 
C news spoke to General Manager at the Magdalena Chris Simmons who questioned some of the couple's claims. 
He said some of the guests accompanying the couple aren't registered at the hotel and that has raised some serious questions. 
The police are conducting their investigations into the incident, and management at the premier hotel has offered to assist the couple where possible.
In the meantime, the newlyweds say they're now without sufficient funds to sustain the rest of their visit which ends on June 11th.

Holly B passes on

Media icon and culture aficionado Holly Betaudier has died at the age of 91.

With the ongoing economic downturn in Venezuela, one nonprofit organisation in Trinidad and Tobago is leading an initiative to bring relief to our neighbours. 

Since the Tobago House of Assembly Chief Secretary Orville London announced his plans to retire, there's been talk about his replacement.

Trinidad is one step closer towards Local Government Reform.

A Trinidadian woman was killed in New York on Saturday night.

Defence Attorney Fareed Ali believes the panchayat system, which is a mechanism for resolving family conflict that resulted in a criminal offence, is one which will be extremely beneficial to the criminal justice system.

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