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Dial violates Dangerous Dog Lovers Act; Facebook police alerted

Prominent COP member Nalini Dial’s assertion, via Facebook, that San Fernando Mayor Marlene Coudray’s alleged mistreatment of stray dogs was somehow responsible for the disappearance of her daughter, Michelle Coudray-Greaves, prompted outrage within Government circles and from the public at large as well as the mysterious Facebook Police Squad. Nalini …

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Wired868 has a four-letter word for the Sport Minister

Sport Minister Anil Roberts is never short of an opinion that he doesn’t want to scream into a reporter’s tape recorder. Wired868 cannot confirm that, as a schoolboy, his impossibly loud and unfettered voice routinely reduced librarians to tears. But Roberts gets quite quiet when “Jack” is mentioned and mumbles …

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Public servants uneasy about forced leave

Public servants remain uneasy about the chain of events that led to Ministry of Gender, Youth and Child Development employee, Cheryl Miller, to be locked away for 15 days in the St Ann’s Psychiatric Hospital on the say-so of a superior. Jennifer Frederick-Taylor urged Minister Verna St Rose Greaves to …

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PP chefs face copyright suit

Sport Minister Anil Roberts mocked his COP Political Leader’s assertion that Marlene Coudray would be the first topic for discussion when the People’s Partnership leaders meet at today’s meeting. Roberts, who was defeated by Prakash Ramadhar in the COP leadership race, asked if the Mayor is more important than crime …

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COP still toting feelings

COP leader Prakash Ramadhar is still hot and bothered over San Fernando Mayor Marlene Coudray’s defection to the UNC and is ready to go to war over the “betrayal.” Ramadhar alleged that the coalition parties of the People’s Partnership carved up Trinidad and Tobago to their tastes and San Fernando …

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More Hart failures

Police Commissioner Dwayne Gibbs told the COP chairman that there was still no credible evidence with which to charge former Udecott executive chairman Calder Hart. Hart’s perceived corrupt use of State funds was a key issue in the fall of the Patrick Manning-led government and the wind beneath the wings …

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Jack misses PM’s hang-out

Works Minister and UNC chairman Jack Warner and COP leader Prakash Ramadhar were not invited to Prime Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar’s weekend meeting that was supposedly called to prepare for the PNM’s no confidence motion. Presumably, Warner’s new prop of a hangman’s noose was considered a killjoy. The ex-FIFA VP allegedly …

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