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Moonilal: Rowley Trying to Manipulate the Police

  OROPOUCHE East MP Dr Roodal Moonilal says Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley is attempting “to hound and manipulate the Trinidad and Tobago Police Service.” In a release on Tuesday, Dr Moonilal was commenting on the recent statement by the TTPS that Police Commissioner Gary Griffith was not summoned but invited to a meeting with […]Read More

PM Meets BP en Route to Ghana

  THE PRIME Minister Dr Keith Rowley has left on Sunday to be a guest of honour at Ghana’s 63rd independence celebrations. En route to Ghana, a release from the Office of the Prime Minister said Rowley will meet with executives of BP at the company’s headquarters in London. Rowley previously met with BP executives […]Read More

Skippy Not Backing Down, Amid Criticisms

RADIO talk show host and political activist Barrington “Skippy” Thomas is standing by his comments about the photo he reposted on his Facebook page with a seven-year-old girl and Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley. The photo has since been taken down, but not before its reposting and the comments by Thomas have stirred up controversy. […]Read More

Facebook Blogger Hits Back at PM

  A Facebook blogger has gone on the offensive against Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley after he accused her of spreading fake news. Suzette Louwe, in an open letter to the prime minister said, “I am not afraid of you.” On October 17 she posted on the Facebook page that she was told that water […]Read More

Law Association Sues PM on CJ Matter

  THE Law Association of Trinidad and Tobago (LATT) has filed a judicial review application against a decision of Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley not to launch an investigation into allegations of misconduct against Chief Justice Ivor Archie. The LATT is seek­ing a se­ries of de­c­la­ra­tions over Row­ley’s han­dling of a re­port, which rec­om­mend­ed that […]Read More

Law Association Action on CJ will Cost Taxpayers Million$

  PRIME Minister Dr Keith Rowley says legal action to institute legal proceedings against Chief Justice Ivor Archie under Section 137 of the Constitution will cost millions to taxpayers. He was speaking on Tuesday during a news conference at the Diplomatic Centre in St Ann’s. Rowley was responding to the vote of the Law Association […]Read More

PM Heads to UN, says Government Prepared for Impact of

    PRIME Minister Dr Keith Rowley has left the country to take part in the United Nations General Assembly and says the Government of Trinidad and Tobago has taken all the necessary steps to prepare for the impact of Tropical Storm Karen. In a statement he said, “Citizens are urged to remain vigilant and […]Read More

Kamla on ‘Marlenegate’ Silence: I know when to Speak

  NEW GRANT – OPPOSITION Leader Kamla Persad-Bissessar says she is not going to comment on the “Marlenegate” matter since as an attorney she knows the matter is before the court and sub judice. Quoting former US first lady Michelle Obama, Persad-Bissessar said, “When they go low-we go high” in reference to personal insults which […]Read More

Ramona Calls on PM to Apologise for ‘Pip’ Comment

  COUVA North MP Ramona Ramdial is calling on Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley to apologise for his constant use of “woman shaming” comments. Her call comes after Rowley likened Opposition Leader Kamla Persad-Bissessar’s silence, on whether she tipped off Port-of-Spain South MP Marlene McDonald that she was going to be arrested by police, to […]Read More

Rowley Does Not Relent on BBC Migrant Programme

PRIME Minister Dr Keith Rowley is sticking to his guns and slamming the BBC for its programme that paints his Government handling of migration to Trinidad and Tobago by Venezuelans in a bad light. At a press conference on Monday, Rowley condemned the BBC series titled The Displaced: When 40,000 People Hit a Tiny Island by […]Read More