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FOLLOWING calls to boycott his businesses over statements he made on Anthony Bourdain’s ‘Parts Unknown’ cable television series, business magnate and chairman of Global Brands Group of Companies Mario Sabga-Aboud yesterday issued a public apology.

THERE were harsh words of condemnation for the former People’s Partnership government from High Court judge Frank Seepersad for its failure to convene the Defence Council of the TT Defence Force to deal with complaints brought by serving officers.

THE United States Government is very concerned about the prevalence of financial crimes in the Caribbean and it may be time to pursue local white-collar criminals, Independent Senator David Small says. He spoke in yesterday’s Senate debate on a private motion by Opposition Senator Wayne Sturge that called for curbing of the high crimerate.

FIVE of the six prisoners who rioted in April left the courtroom yesterday after they were told that their almost decade- long preliminary inquiry will have to be adjourned yet again, as little progress has been made to move it further.

IN HIS final mass in Trinidad, Fr Clyde Harvey has asked for the forgiveness of the men who robbed him and other young people who may be facing similar circumstances for, what he called, the “rotten deal” society has given them.

DESPITE the pleas of several onlookers to “ease her up”, a pregnant woman could only watch as a wrecking crew took away her car which was parked at the corner of Queen and Chacon streets in Port of Spain yesterday. And were it not for the noisy condemnation of onlookers, the distressed woman would have had to make her way to the impound yard in Sea(...)

BENEDICTINE Abbot Fr John Pereira yesterday confirmed that Pope Francis has accepted Archbishop Joseph Harris’s resignation letter.

Miinister of Labour and Small Enterprise Development Jennifer Baptiste-Primus said yesterday that contract labour cannot be completely eliminated because of the temporary nature of many of the tasks which are required in an organisation. This was of particular concern in the public service, she said, where there was a parallel public service made u(...)

SECRETARY general of the Caribbean Telecommunications Union (CTU) Bernadette Lewis has been honoured for her contribution to the Caribbean’s information and communication technology (ICT) sector and to internet governance.

STUDENTS of Febeau Government Primary in San Juan will soon benefit from new steelpan equipment, following a donation of $100,000 from the Scotiabank Foundation.



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