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ARCHBISHOP of Port of Spain Fr Joseph Harris says citizens cannot be asking for better salaries and better amenities while at the same time saying they are not prepared to pay the property tax. Harris made this clear during his monthly ‘Ask The Archbishop’ Facebook ‘live’ chat.

PRIME Minister Dr Keith Rowley has asked for a full report from Sport Minister Darryl Smith on his trip to Tobago with staff from his ministry and the Sport Company which cost the State $92,000 for accommodation for 12 people and four rented cars. This was revealed in a press statement yesterday from the Office of the Prime Minister.

A POLICEMAN from Central Division has confessed to Professional Standards Bureau officers that he leaked a confidential memo outlining Easter weekend anti-crime exercises, in error.

THE STATE spends up to $130,000 to upgrade land for each squatter whose claim is regularised, said Land Settlement Agency (LSA) CEO Hazar Hosein, at a hearing held by Parliament’s Public Accounts Committee (PAC) at Tower D, Wrightson Road, Portof- Spain yesterday.

“THE first day you get lash, put wheels under your heels, don’t stay for more licks!” That was the advice Archbishop of Port of Spain Joseph Harris gave to men and women who have found themselves in abusive relationships.

FORMER People’s National Movement minister Rennie Dumas was laid to rest yesterday at the Plymouth Public Cemetery after a funeral service held at the St David Anglican Church, Plymouth.

TWO SQUATTERS at Pine Avenue,Valencia can breathe a sigh of relief, for now, as attorneys for the State assured that no steps will be taken to interfere with the land they now occupy.

YOUTH advocate and former temporary Senator Nikolai Edwards says a holistic approach is needed to health and family life education, where boys and girls are afforded the same type of education.

A DISASTER readiness drill yesterday morning at Piarco International Airport saw a B-777 - 300 jetliner on its way to Trinidad from London, ‘crashing’.

GOVERNMENT has not contracted a vessel to be used as an inter-island ferry, Port Authority chairman Allison Lewis said yesterday.

THE Right Rev Shelley-Ann Tenia has called on people to be each others keeper as she spoke on Sunday at a candlelight vigil for those who have died from the Aids virus. Tenia of the Holy Saviour Anglican Church in Curepe urged parishioners to show compassion and understanding to those living with HIV.

MINISTER in the Office of the Prime Minister Stuart Young says that one year after a US$50 million food trade deal this country signed with Venezuela, the deal appears to be holding and both countries are benefiting from it.

TWO cars caught fire yesterday morning near the West Shore Medical Centre. Fire prevention officers have determined that the fire was caused by a gas leak in one of the cars.

TWELVE new fire trucks are expected to be delivered to the Fire Services shortly.



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