(Trinidad Express) – YASIN Abu Bakr, leader of the Jamaat Al Muslimeen, was yesterday ordered by a High Court judge to pay the State after a lawsuit of wrongful arrest he filed was thrown out of court.
(Trinidad Express) The Las Alturas Commission of Enquiry is facing a legal setback as the Chinese contractor responsible for building the controversial Las Alturas Towers was yesterday granted leave for judicial review of the commission’s decision to add it as a party in the enquiry.
VANCOUVER, (Reuters) – The global gold mining industry is showing signs of life as merger activity picks up and industry veterans set up new companies and hunt for projects, taking advantage of weak prices to lay the groundwork for a rebound.
(Trinidad Express) Prime Minister Kamla Persad- Bissessar said last night corruption accused Jack Warner is releasing tapes because she refused to be blackmailed in exchange for his reinstatement to the Cabinet.
SAN FRANCISCO DE YARE, Venezuela, (Reuters) – Five years after Chinese home appliance maker Haier agreed to build a $912 million factory in Venezuela, its washing machines and refrigerators are almost the only ones available in the country’s department stores.
(Trinidad Express) FOREIGN experts are on the ground to assist the People’s Partnership in its general election campaign.
Campaign manager for the United National Congress (UNC) Rodney Charles told the Express yesterday a team is working together, which includes Ernie Ross, of Ross Advertising.
MEDELLIN, Colombia (Reuters) – Jessica Quintero awakes drenched in sweat and instinctively grabs for her AK-47 assault rifle. With her old weapon no longer there, she hides beneath the sheets to escape the air raid of her nightmare.