Tuesday 16th December, 2008

 
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Crime& Court

Businessman complains of gang attacks

At least one Chaguanas businessman has admitted that doing business on the Chaguanas Main Road is becoming more and more difficult.

Convicted for trying to kill his secretary

Lawyer Meville faces re-trial

Attorney Joseph Melville, who was sentenced to 20 years in jail for attempting to murder his secretary, won a re-trial after the Court of Appeal quashed his conviction and sentence yesterday.

Politics

THA elections January 19

Tobagonians will go to the polls on January 19 Chief Secretary Orville London said in a news release yesterday.

Other

Catholic group calls for generosity

The Catholic Commission for Social Justice is appealing to citizens to open their hearts and minds to receive God’s gift of generosity throughout the Christmas season.

Early surgery for PM

Prime Minister Patrick Manning will undergo surgery in Cuba to remove a tumour in his left kidney at least 24 hours earlier than first scheduled.

Bharath to undergo test

UNC vice chairman Vasant Bharath will undergo a coronary angiography test today at St Clair Medical Centre in Port-of-Spain, to determine if there are any blockages in his arteries, according to UNC MP Dr Tim Gopeesingh.

Gilbert offers prayers for PM

Head of the Roman Catholic Church in T&T, Archbishop Edward Gilbert, has written to Local Government Minister Hazel Manning, expressing concern of his flock over her husband Prime Minister Patrick Manning’s illness.

Sahadeo plans homework centre

Former minister in the ministry of finance Christine Sahadeo has announced plans to start a homework centre for the young people of Korea Village, Carapichaima.

UNC donates wheelchair

Arimian Patrick Villafana, 52, who lost both legs in an accident on a construction site in June 1998 at Malabar, Arima, was given a wheelchair and a hamper by the UNC-A on Sunday.

Viva La Parranda!

A celebration of Parang, free of charge to the public, will be held tomorrow at 7 pm at the National Museum and Art Gallery on Frederick Street in Port-of-Spain.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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