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True Silk: What Dana’s passing means to T&T

If the assassination of Senior Counsel Dana Seetahal is a wake-up call to you; then something’s wrong with you. If a little boy being raped and killed in a swimming pool at a birthday party wasn’t a wake-up call then, Dana’s assassination can’t wake you up to nothing. You’re in …

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Defence Force withdrawn from Pro League; Police plays… for now

Defence Force’s 2013/14 Pro League football season was thrown into limbo today after a directive from civil military affairs officer, Major Al Alexander ordered that “with immediate effect, all Trinidad and Tobago Defence Force’s involvement in national, regional and community type/level sporting activities is suspended in favour of the operational …

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Police Commissioners abuse statistics and union leader

Acting Commissioner of Police Stephen Williams said yesterday that he was hurt by criticism of the nation’s police work. Although, possibly, not as hurt as the dozens of persons who his lawmen detained without evidence and released, without charge, four days later. Williams explained that “from a policing perspective, using …

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Fixin’ T&T demands fresh T&T general elections

FIXIN’ T&T reiterates its call for the Kamla Persad-Bissessar led People’s Partnership government to immediately seek a fresh mandate from the citizens of Trinidad & Tobago.  We welcome the resignation of Mr. Jack Warner from the Cabinet and our Parliament.   Mrs. Persad-Bissessar however must not now be allowed to have conveniently …

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Answers needed on State appointments and SOE

… Fixin’ T&T: Good governance is also a private sector issue Fixin’ T&T, a local non-profit organisation, has called on the business community to accept its role in the governance of Trinidad and Tobago, particularly as much of the commerce enjoyed by the private sector comes from the Government and …

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