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Israel Khan: Fire CJ!

ISRAEL KHAN SC said yesterday’s Privy Council’s ruling was so damning of Chief Justice Ivor Archie as to now empower the Prime Minister to ask the President to trigger proceedings under Section 137 of the Constitution to remove the CJ. “Although the Privy Council has made no finding of fact regarding the allegations, the committee did state at paragraph 29 ...

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Israel Khan: Fire CJ!

ISRAEL KHAN SC said yesterday’s Privy Council’s ruling was so damning of Chief Justice Ivor Archie as to now empower the Prime Minister to ask the President to trigger proceedings under Section 137 of the Constitution to remove the CJ. “Although the Privy Council has made no finding of fact regarding the allegations, the committee did state at paragraph 29 ...

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Israel Khan: Fire CJ!

ISRAEL KHAN SC said yesterday’s Privy Council’s ruling was so damning of Chief Justice Ivor Archie as to now empower the Prime Minister to ask the President to trigger proceedings under Section 137 of the Constitution to remove the CJ. “Although the Privy Council has made no finding of fact regarding the allegations, the committee did state at paragraph 29 ...

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Baby Isiahilia laid to rest

While homicide detectives continue their investigation into the death of Isiahilia Sterling, two, who drowned in Williams Bay last Sunday, her family laid the child to rest at the San Juan Public Cemetery today. Newsday was told the funeral was held at the San Juan Pentecostal Church yesterday at about 10 am. Police sources told Newsday they are still collecting ...

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Baby Isiahilia laid to rest

While homicide detectives continue their investigation into the death of Isiahilia Sterling, two, who drowned in Williams Bay last Sunday, her family laid the child to rest at the San Juan Public Cemetery today. Newsday was told the funeral was held at the San Juan Pentecostal Church yesterday at about 10 am. Police sources told Newsday they are still collecting ...

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Baby Isiahilia laid to rest

While homicide detectives continue their investigation into the death of Isiahilia Sterling, two, who drowned in Williams Bay last Sunday, her family laid the child to rest at the San Juan Public Cemetery today. Newsday was told the funeral was held at the San Juan Pentecostal Church yesterday at about 10 am. Police sources told Newsday they are still collecting ...

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TTMA welcomes Caricom CSME meeting

Caricom’s decision to hold a special heads of government meeting in November to discuss the Caribbean Single Market and Economy (CSME) is being welcomed by the TT Manufacturers’ Association (TTMA). The Prime Minister announced the meeting at the sod-turning ceremony for the Nutrimix Group of Companies’ Next Generation Hatchery, Rivulet Road, Brechin Castle, Couva on Wednesday. He said while the ...

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TTMA welcomes Caricom CSME meeting

Caricom’s decision to hold a special heads of government meeting in November to discuss the Caribbean Single Market and Economy (CSME) is being welcomed by the TT Manufacturers’ Association (TTMA). The Prime Minister announced the meeting at the sod-turning ceremony for the Nutrimix Group of Companies’ Next Generation Hatchery, Rivulet Road, Brechin Castle, Couva on Wednesday. He said while the ...

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TTMA welcomes Caricom CSME meeting

Caricom’s decision to hold a special heads of government meeting in November to discuss the Caribbean Single Market and Economy (CSME) is being welcomed by the TT Manufacturers’ Association (TTMA). The Prime Minister announced the meeting at the sod-turning ceremony for the Nutrimix Group of Companies’ Next Generation Hatchery, Rivulet Road, Brechin Castle, Couva on Wednesday. He said while the ...

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Five business owners arrested

FIVE business owners, among them three women, were arrested by South-Western Division police late Wednesday for failing to pay gaming taxes for the roulette machines in their businesses. From January 1, the government imposed a special tax of $120,000 yearly for having an electronic roulette device. Previously, business owners had to pay $36,000. The increase in taxes for gambling and ...

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