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Rowley not happy with JSC probe

A fuming PNM MP Keith Rowley yesterday completely rejected Prime Minister Patrick Manning’s offering of a Joint Select Committee to examine the affairs of the Urban Development Corporation (Udecott)...


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Senators approve of Udecott’s JSC

A commission of enquiry into Udecott could still be in sight if the Joint Select Committee (JSC) examining Udecott finds a prima facie case for further investigation, Independent Senator Dr Ramesh Deosaran projected yesterday...

Transparency Institute:

Need for new anti-corruption legislation

Procurement reform legislation needs to be implemented quickly to safeguard against corruption, says the local chapter of the T&T Transparency Institute (TTTI)...

Manning: No dirt on Udecott

The Government has not received a single serious substantial allegation or complaint about the Urban Development Corporation of T&T (Udecott) that would give a Commission of Enquiry direction upon which to adjudicate or investigate, Prime Minister Patrick Manning has said...

Senators comment on passenger information bill

LEGISLATION on advance passenger information (API) was brought to the Senate in the context of security concerns of the US, following the terrorist attacks of September 11, Opposition Senator Carson Charles told the Upper House yesterday...

UNC decides today on attending Udecott JSC

UNC’s caucus will meet today to decide on a proposal from Chief Whip Ramesh Lawrence Maharaj on whether to participate in a Joint Select Committee (JSC) to examine Udecott announced by Prime Minister Patrick Manning yesterday...


US Energy Secretary: Impact of biofuels on food shortage overblown

The impact of biofuels on the current worldwide food shortage is being overblown, US Energy Secretary Samuel Bodman said yesterday...

The prodigal son

The Naparima Bowl sprung to life on May 3 as the San Fernando Arts Council, in association with internationally acclaimed vocalist Gerard Placide, hosted a night of musical excellence entitled...

Samuels fell into trap

...feels WICB CEO

Chief executive officer of the West Indies Cricket Board (WICB), Dr Donald Peters responding to Jamaican and West Indies batsman Marlon Samuels being banned for two years for connections with an Indian bookmaker, said it is a sad day for West Indies cricket and thinks that Samuels fell into a trap...

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Caroni’s empty basket

From the top of a hill in Gran Couva, one can get a sweeping view of the Caroni lands...


Beesham tops Mastana Bahar prelims

It was a night of dance and classic Indian songs at the Mastana Bahar preliminary held at Gulf City Mall, La Romaine, on May 1...

WIPA Twenty /20 Caribbean Club Championships

Fans fights to get in as... PowerGen Prevails

A packed Guaracara Park greeted the finals of the inaugural WIPA Twenty/20 Caribbean Club Championships on Sunday night and this was something that has not happened for quite a while in T&T...

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