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Crime & Court

‘Lawyers for Jesus’ oppose sexual legislation

Lawyers for Jesus are calling on the Government to withdraw its Draft National Gender Policy, which the group has described as deceptive and legislation of alternative sexuality...

Gibson fights for PS promotion

Chief Technical Officer at the Ministry of Agriculture, Land and Marine Resources, Winston Gibson, has been granted leave by San Fernando judge Amrika Tiwary Reddy to challenge the Public Service Commission’s decision to bypass him for promotion...

State ordered to hand over copies of report

The State has been ordered to provide copies of a security report which they claim to have on foreign executive service officer Feroza Ramjohn linking her to the disappearance of 200 T&T passports...

Interview

Call Fraud Squad

Did the Integrity Commission send a file with the names of people it wants to hire for vetting by the Prime Minister Patrick Manning...

Other News

URP bosses get the boot

Several senior administrators at the URP have been “changed” within the last 16 months over alleged corrupt practices, Local Government Minister Rennie Dumas confirmed on Friday...

Vasant vindicated

In February 1998, 41-year-old Vasant Bharath was fired as CEO of National Flour Mills. Among the allegations made by the company was that he had taken a unilateral decision to import rice from India at what he claimed were preferential rates...

 

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