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ACTING Commissioner of Police Stephen Williams yesterday announced that he had ordered a police probe into an allegation of an attempt to pervert the course of justice made against Attorney General Anand Ramlogan by Director of the Police Complaints Authority David West.

PRIME Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar returned home last night to face the spectre of her Attorney General Anand Ramlogan being the subject of a police investigation and numerous calls for him to resign or be fired.

ALL eyes will be on Speaker Wade Mark when the House of Representatives sits today at 1.30 pm, one week after his ruling on a private motion filed by Chaguanas West MP Jack Warner caused debate on that motion to collapse.

RETIRED MPs and the surviving spouses of deceased judges will benefit from a $500 increase in pensions, according to legislation signed into law by President Anthony Carmona on Wednesday.

Arima Mayor George Hadeed is concerned about the ensuing imbroglio involving two critical institutions — the Parliament and the Office of the Attorney General.

LA BREA residents yesterday promised not to stage any protests for the next two weeks, following a fruitful meeting on Wednesday evening with officials of the Trinidad Offshore Fabricators Unlimited (TOFCO), who in turn, have assured them of job opportunities.

Despite the dilapidated conditions at La Pastora Government Primary School, teachers reported for classes but parents kept their children home.

Despite the dilapidated conditions at La Pastora Government Primary School, teachers reported for classes but parents kept their children home.

THE PLANNED first evidence hearing of the Commission of Inquiry into the Las Alturas Towers, which was due to take place next week, will not take place.



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