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MEMBERS of the slate of PNM political leader candidate Penny Beckles-Robinson yesterday gave a deadline of 4pm tomorrow for full disclosure of the complete PNM voters list, as they alleged “a plan to frustrate the democratic process” in favour of the incumbent Dr Keith Rowley as well as incompetence in the administration of the party’s poll.
Dignitaries, government officials and average citizens will get the opportunity to pay their final respects to former President and Prime Minister Arthur Napoleon Raymond Robinson at a public viewing at the International Waterfront Centre, Wrightson Road, Port-of-Spain, beginning April 29.
Weeks after the soft blue glow of the Ortoire river, Mayaro propelled the watercourse into the national spotlight, the onset of rains, coupled with overcast skies, seems to have dampened the phenomena as visitors can no longer witness the nightly ecological wonder from the Mafeking river bridge.
MIAMI-BASED Trinidadian Sly Goodridge, businessman and entertainer, will return to his childhood community of Point Fortin in the next few days, in time for the annual Point Fortin Borough celebrations.
Less than three weeks after his appointment as Minister of Tourism was revoked over allegations that he physically assaulted an ex-girlfriend, Sasha Singh, in the Grand Bazaar car park in Valsayn, Fyzabad MP Chandresh Sharma participated in a march against abuse in South Oropouche yesterday morning.
One week ago, Alex Denesh Sookhoo, 29, disappeared while bathing in Columbus Bay, Cedros. Yesterday, relatives continued the search for Sookhoo, a father of two children.
Parents, children and spectators gathered in their numbers yesterday, Gloria Saturday, on the Brian Lara Promenade to participate in the first ever Port-of-Spain Corporation Easter Bonnet Parade.
With quarrying works on the San Fernando Hill brought to a halt with the intervention of the Ministry of Energy, the Ministry of the Environment and the San Fernando City Corporation, the focus has now shifted to a huge gravel stockpile on a plot of land next to the Marabella Police Station.
THE annual Easter Monday Sports and Family Day is expected to attract hundreds of spectators as the organisers are promising a fun-filled day at the Penal Rock Road Recreation Grounds in Moruga tomorrow.
The Global Organisation of People of Indian Origin (GOPIO International) launched its 25th (Jubilee) anniversary conference and convention on March 17 and plans are in full swing for a gala celebration to take place from May 27-29, preceding the commemoration of the 169th anniversary of Indian Arrival in Trinidad and Tobago.
The promise of an “affordable luxury” house and a safe environment in which to raise their families was what convinced persons to spend between $600,000 to $1.5 million four years ago to purchase one of 800 units in the private residential community, The Crossings, located in Santa Rosa, Arima.
Forty-nine persons were arrested in an anti-crime exercise led by Ag Snr Supt Johnny Abraham in the Central Division over the weekend — 29 persons were arrested for driving under the influence of alcohol , ten for narcotic possession and ten on outstanding warrants. The exercise which began on Friday night and continues until tomorrow is being c(...)
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