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MULTI-million-dollar discrepancies have been identified in the books of the Strategic Services Agency (SSA) for the years 2003 to 2008, according to long-awaited reports done by the Auditor General this year which were submitted to the Parliament last week

Archbishop Joseph Harris, head of the local Roman Catholic Church yesterday described as appalling the allegations made by Tobago East MP Vernella Alleyne-Toppin in the Parliament on Wednesday in relation to Opposition Leader Dr Keith Rowley’s family history on the sister isle.

Episkopus Archbishop Barbara Gray-Burke yesterday insisted that the People’s National Movement (PNM) did nothing to advance the cause of the Baptist community in the country.

Former Caroni workers have been warned against being easily swayed by electioneering rhetoric and advised that they must demand that they be given, before May 24, all items that formed part of their Voluntary Separation of Employment Plan (VSEP) as promised some 11 years ago following the closure of the Caroni Limited.

PRIME Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar hailed activist Hazel Brown for her courage in championing an array of social causes over the years in a non-partisan way, at the launch of a function on “The Life and Times of Hazel Brown” last Friday at the Hyatt Regency, Port-of-Spain.

SENATE President Raziah Ahmed will act as President for the first time in the absence of President Anthony Carmona who left the country yesterday with his wife Reema and children to spend Easter holidays in the Bahamas.

A 35-year-old mechanic assigned to the Public Service Transport Corporation (PTSC) was crushed to death in a freak accident on Friday.

Roman Catholic Archbishop Joseph Harris yesterday urged governments to do more to assist depressed areas in the country.

Stella Bouville had one simple wish to commemorate her 100th birthday.

The election bell has not yet tolled but the campaign, it appears, has already reached an all-time low, perhaps unprecedented in Trinidad and Tobago’s political history.

The principal of the Scarborough Roman Catholic School who rescued a pupil from an attack by an intruder has been rewarded by a prominent Attorney who is a past student of the institution.

Flavorite Foods Limited, manufacturers of quality ice cream and frozen desserts for over 44 years, presents Ice Cream World 2015 at Queen’s Royal College Grounds today from 1 pm.



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