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Yesterday, PNM Tobago PRO Denise Tsoi-a-Fatt-Angus, in response to Prime Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar’s allegation concerning her involvement in the sale of land to Dankett Ltd, said, “It was shameful for a woman of such stature to come to Tobago to attempt to slander an upstanding family of t

This veteran stickfighter, in colourful array, prepares to take on all opponents in the gayelle at Mayaro on Friday night. PHOTO: ALANA SURAJ

National Security Minister Jack Warner, left, TOP candidate for Buccoo/Mt Pleasant, Richard Alfred, and Minister Marlene Coudray on a walkabout in Buccoo, Tobago yesterday.

Several members of the T&T Police Service adversely affected by Commissioner of Police Stephen Williams’ decision not to promote them recently, have lodged complaints with the Police Service Commission (PSC).

 

A reunion of the Taylor Hall, UWI, Mona graduates was recently held at the residence of Prof Harold Ramkissoon in North Valsayn. Among those present were Messrs Harold Ramkissoon, John La Guerre, Christopher Thomas, Vijay Naraynsingh, Dipchan Rattan, Johnny Maharaj, Neil Giuseppi, David Ali and R

Dr Neil Parsan, T&T’s ambassador to the US and the Organisation of American States (OAS), will deliver the keynote address at the 2013 Ambassadors Presidential Inaugural Ball in Washington DC on Monday.

 

 

To mark the 150th birth anniversary of Swami Vivekananda, the Tobago-India Multicultural Association (TIMA) with the help of Indian doctors, some of whom are members of the Forum of Indian Nationals of T&T (FINTT) recently organised a health camp in Lambeau.  

 

Marc de Verteuil founder and director of Papa Bois Conservation group says illegal quarrying is a serious issue in east Trinidad  and which needs to be addressed urgently.

Chairman and medical director of Vitas House Dr Jacqueline Pereira Sabga receives a cheque on behalf of the institution from Dr David Picou during a presentation exercise of donations from the Friends to the Max Organising Committee on Thursday.

Veteran calypsonian Brother Superior (Andrew Marcano) has left for Washington DC to attend, as a special guest, the second inauguration of Barack Obama as the 44th President of the United States on Monday.

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