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Indarsingh: PNM Most Anti-Worker Government Since Independence

  THE People’s National Movement government is the most anti-worker and anti-trade union one since Trinidad and Tobago became Independent. So claimed Couva South MP Rudranath Indarsingh at a press conference at the Office of the Opposition Leader in Port-of-Spain on Sunday. He said, “The labour relations and the industrial relations environment has sunk to […]Read More

No-Confidence Motion in Young will Fail… Give Him 'Second Wind'

  THE no-confidence motion filed by Opposition Leader Kamla Persad-Bissessar against National Security Minister Stuart Young will not only fail but give him a “second wind.” This is the view leader of the Citizens Union of Trinidad and Tobago (CUTT) Phillip Edward Alexander. He made the comment in a release on Wednesday soon after the […]Read More

Kamla Files No-Confidence Motion in Young

  OPPOSITION Leader Kamla Persad-Bissessar has filed a motion of no confidence in the Minister of National Security Stuart Young. A release on Wednesday, stated that Young’s failure to faithfully discharge his duties to the people of this nation as their Minister of National Security has compelled the Opposition to take action. It stated, “Since […]Read More

Young to Ask DOJ to Investigate Purchase of Helicopter

By Sue-Ann Wayow NATIONAL Security Minister Stuart Young will be writing the United States Department of Justice requesting a criminal investigation into the procurement of the SIKORSKY S76 D helicopter that was leased by the People’s Partnership Government in 2014. This was announced by the minister on Wednesday at a press conference following statements made […]Read More

Moonilal: PNM Did Not Use Helicopter Because UNC Bought It

  By Prior Beharry THE People’s National Movement (PNM) Government did not use a helicopter to help with law enforcement because it was leased by the People’s Partnership regime. So said Oropouche MP Dr Roodal Moonilal speaking at the United National Congress’ virtual campaign launch for local government by-elections on Monday. Vertical Aviation LLC has […]Read More

AZPNews Top 12 T&T Stories of 2020

  IT’S rarely an easy decision to rank the top news story in any given year. But this year the decision was easy, and here AZPNews.com Editor-in-Chief Prior Beharry, a journalist with more than 24 years experience in the industry, ranks Covid-19 as hands-down the number one story of the year. The year 2020 was […]Read More

Young: No Special Treatment for PM Daughter Return to T&T

  By Sue-Ann Wayow THE daughter of Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley,  Dr Sonel Rowley-Stewart received no favours in being granted an exemption to return to the country. Dr Rowley speaking during his media conference on Wednesday said, “It was not the head of the line, it was the end of the iguana tail.” He […]Read More

Kamla: UNC will take Young to Privileges Committee

  By Sue-Ann Wayow NATIONAL Security Minister Stuart Young should resign immediately for lying in Parliament and to the people of Trinidad and Tobago about the presence of engineers who were conducting works on national security vessels in the country. Opposition Leader Kamla Persad-Bissessar said the Opposition will be taking Young to the Privileges Committee […]Read More

160 Venezuelans Deported on Saturday Ver la historia en Español

By Sue-Ann Wayow THE Ministry of National Security has reported that 160 Venezuelans were deported back to their home country on Saturday. In a media release it stated the deportation of 160 Venezuelans was done in conjunction with Venezuelan authorities. It stated, “The Ministry of National Security remains resolute in upholding the laws of the […]Read More

Young: Negative Effects for Police After Anti-Gang Act Defeated

  THE failure of the United National Congress (UNC) to support the Anti-Gang Act will have negative effects on the Trinidad and Tobago Police Service (TTPS). This according to a release from the National Security Ministry on Friday. The bill which intended to extend the sunset clause of the legislation was defeated in the Lower […]Read More