professor quits T&T for good
professor Dr Harold Mahabir, is so disenchanted
with the turn of events over his employment
and the way he was treated by some members
of the Police Service and the Government,
that he has turned his back on Trinidad
and Tobago for good.
on Rowley motion delayed
decision on PNM MP Keith Rowleys
motion against Prime Minister Patrick
Manning may not be forthcoming on Friday,
since the Lower House takes a break for
a refresher course retreat
for government members following PNMs
first year in office.
poll: PNMs hold on power not threatened
latest Nacta poll, conducted a year since
the re-election of the PNM, reveals widespread
disaffection for the ruling party among
voters, including its traditional supporters...
alleging rape held by Immigration
25-year-old Colombian national, who went
to a Central police station to report
that she had been raped and sodomised
at gunpoint by a police constable, is
being detained at the station, pending
an investigation by the Immigration Department.