|CCN must make crime statistics available - Phillips
MINISTER OF National Security Dr. Peter Phillips says the Constabulary Communication Network (CCN) should ensure that crime statistics are readily available to the public.
T&T gov't and opposition at odds over new HIV bill
PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad CMC: THE TRINIDAD and Tobago government and opposition are at loggerheads over a proposed new bill, which seeks to jail persons who knowingly spread HIV/AIDS.
Bartlett calls for nat'l vet investigation centre
OPPOSITION MEMBER of Parliament for Eastern St. Andrew, Dr. St. Aubyn Bartlett, on Wednesday night called for the establishment of a national veterinary investigation centre to secure 'veterinary public health' in the island.
Phillips outlines new action plan for security committee
PARLIAMENT'S SPECIAL Select Committee on National Security met for the first time yesterday. During the committee meeting, chairman and National Security Minister Dr. Peter Phillips outlined a plan of action...
Man loses out in bid to challenge Extradition Act
THE COURT of Appeal yesterday refused to grant an order remitting to the Supreme Court a constitutional point which Trevor Forbes , 57, businessman of Wickie Wackie, Bull Bay, St. Thomas...
Ennis criticises ongoing local gov't reform
GOVERNMENT MEMBER of Parliament for Portland Western, Errol Ennis has voiced some grouses with the ongoing local government reform, which he claimed has sidelined MPs. Speaking in the 2005/06 Sectoral Debate in Gordon House...
St Mary residents want gov't to resume hanging
GOVERNMENT MEMBER of Parliament for Central St. Mary, Dr. Morais Guy, says the citizens of his constituency want the Government to resume hanging. Dr. Guy, making his contribution to the 2005/2006 Sectoral Debate in Parliament on Tuesday...