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IN A DECISION described as “heartbreaking”, the Judicial Committee of the Privy Council yesterday dashed the hopes of hundreds of CLICO policy holders to recover monies invested in the failed TT insurance giant. The ruling by the law lords in England, gave a liberal meaning to the much touted principle by lawyers known as “legitimate expectation”, (...)

PRIME Minister Dr Keith Rowley yesterday appealed to the population to pray for former Prime Minister Patrick Manning. As he concluded his address at the opening of the Education Tower on St Vincent Street, Port-of-Spain, Rowley said, “I want to recognise former Prime Minister Patrick Manning, who at this moment, is not doing as well as he would li(...)

DISBURSAL of $500 million in backpay owed to workers of regional health authorities will begin, “within a day or two”, Minister of Finance Colm Imbert yesterday told the Senate.

ON THE eve of today’s meeting between Government and the Opposition on the Miscellaneous Provisions (Anti-Gang and Bail) Bill 2016, the Law Association yesterday said it does not support the legislation which seeks to extend the lives of the Bail Amendment Acts and the Anti- Gang Act 2011. The 2011 legislation was passed in Parliament by the former(...)

DESCRIBING their friendship as “tight”, St Vincent and the Grenadines Prime Minister Ralph Gonsalves visited the San Fernando General Hospital to lend support to former Prime Minister Patrick Manning who remains warded following an investigation concerning an aberration in his blood count.

SECRETARY General of the National Trade Union Centre (NATUC) Michael Annisette yesterday attacked Labour Minister Jennifer Baptiste- Primus after his appointment to the Board of Governors of Cipriani College of Labour and Cooperative Studies was revoked with no explanation.

NADRA Nathai- Gyan has been appointed by Government as the new chairman of the Environmental Management Authority (EMA). The nine-member Board was officially introduced to EMA staff yesterday by Minister of Planning and Development Camille Robinson -Regis

INSPECTOR Michael Seales is the new president of the Trinidad and Tobago Police Social and Welfare Association (PSWA).

CHAIRMAN and founder of the Down Syndrome Family Network Glen Niles is calling on society to include children with Downs Syndrome rather than segregate them. In a telephone interview yesterday.Niles said there has been a small change in how society deals with children with the disease but there is a huge need for improvement

PEOPLE of Caribbean descent living in the United Kingdom may be among immigrant communities now facing a spike in verbal abuse, possible assaults and criminal damage to their property by certain elements latching on to the Brexit vote to leave the European Union (EU).

THE Archdiocesan Family Life Commission (AFLC) in collaboration with the Jubilee Catholic Community, will begin a national conversation on pornography later this year. The nation was recently rocked with the scandal of 500 leaked nude photos of girls - some of them minors - which went viral on social media. The matter is currently being investigate(...)

THE body of a street dweller lay on the pavement for several hours yesterday while hundreds of pedestrians went about their business. The man’s body lay at the corner of Queen and George streets and police and undertakers were called in at about 11 o’clock in the morning when it was realised that he was not moving or breathing .

RELATIVES of Selwyn Thompson who was receiving treatment at St Ann’s Psychiatric Hospital are searching for him after he escaped from the institution last Friday.



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