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Deane heads probe into

construction sector

PRIME Minister Patrick Manning, in an about-turn yesterday, announced the establishment of a Commission of Enquiry into the construction sector which would include Udecott...

 

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Rowley: I feel vindicated

Sacked minister Keith Rowley says he is very happy the Government has finally agreed to establish a commission of enquiry involving some examination of Udecott’s procurement procedures...

Udecott ‘bombshell’ in the House…

Ramesh links Hart to Malaysian firm

Meanwhile, Udecott issued a statement yesterday that chairman Calder Hart, his wife, members of Udecott board and its management staff have never had any beneficial, financial and or legal interest whatsoever in CH Development Ltd, Sunway Construction Caribbean Ltd and or Sunway Construction SDN BHD...

UDEcott Probe

Imbert: All under scrutiny

Any investigation of the Urban Development Corporation (Udecott) will have to involve everyone concerned with Udecott projects including the unfinished Scarborough General Hospital, the Government campus and the Customs Building, Works Minister Colm Imbert warned yesterday...

More Enquiry responses

Contacted in Hawaii, where he is attending a wedding, the president of the Joint Consultative Council for the construction industry, Winston Riley said he welcomed the Commission of Enquiry into the construction industry...

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Consortium to explore off east coast

Almost eight months after proposals were received for Blocks 2 (ab) and NCMA 2, the Ministry of Energy and Energy Industries yesterday said that a production sharing agreement had been reached for Block 2 (ab)...

TTPP invites public to beach clean up campaign

Every year the Toco Turtle Protection Programme (TTPP) conducts beach clean up exercises to create a comfortable environment for leatherback turtles to nest...

West Indies v Australia, 1st Test, Jamaica

Clark wobbles Windies on tricky pitch

If there was any doubt how important Ricky Ponting’s first-day 158 was to this match, those reservations disappeared on the second day (yesterday) as batsmen from both sides struggled and Stuart Clark and Fidel Edwards thrived on the unpredictable pitch...

 

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Small crowd gets groovy at Police Concert

Only a fraction of the usual crowd turned out for this year’s Police Concert held at the St James Barracks earlier this month, causing some to speculate that the expected boycott of May 10 Sports Day had been extended to include this annual event...

2008 Hampton Games Bolt’s 9.92 highlight of the meet

Although Usian Bolt’s 9.92 was the highlight of Hampton International Games held over the weekend at the Hasely Crawford Stadium, Mucurapo, fans can take many wonderful performances by our local athletes as a marker of where we are in the athletics world...

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