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Maurice Arjoon

Court rules in favour of Arjoon

The court this afternoon ruled that former New Building Society (NBS) Chief Executive Officer Maurice Arjoon was wrongfully dismissed ten years ago, and is entitled to all benefits owing to him from the NBS.

Rodrigues freed yet again

Magistrate Judy Latchman this afternoon once again freed Regan Rodrigues of the 2015 murder of political activist, Courtney Crum-Ewing.

Regan  Rodrigues

Rodrigues freed again of Crum-Ewing murder charge

Some two months after the Director of Public Prosecutions ordered the reopening of the Preliminary Inquiry into the murder of Courtney Crum-Ewing, murder accused Regan Rodrigues, aka ‘Grey Boy’ was today freed of the charge for the second time, after the prosecution failed to prove its case.

Gov’t to keep three sugar estates – White Paper

Government today announced that while it would be retaining sugar production as the core function of GuySuCo at three factories it would be divesting the remaining parts and would be inviting expressions of interest in this process.

Court rules in favour of parking meters company

Justice Brassington Reynolds, moments ago, ruled that Smart City Solutions can continue enforcing fines against drivers who fail to pay for parking in metered zones and even have their vehicles clamped, while the substantive matter is still being determined by the court.

Mary Tyler Moore

Mary Tyler Moore, Emmy-winning sitcom star, dead at 80

(Reuters) – Emmy-winning actress Mary Tyler Moore, who brightened American television screens as the perky suburban housewife on “The Dick Van Dyke Show,” and then as a fledgling feminist on “The Mary Tyler Moore Show,” died on Wednesday at the age of 80, a representative said.

Norton referred to Privileges Committee

Minister of Public Health Dr George Norton was this afternoon referred to the Privileges Committee over inaccurate statements he made in the National Assembly in August with regard to government’s controversial renting of the Sussex Street bond.

No compulsory acquisition of Carmichael St lots – Williams

Attorney-General Basil Williams today said that there has been no compulsory acquisition of the two small lots of land on Carmichael Street, while stating that to engage owners whose lands are under consideration with a view of their acquisition on the question of purchasing them by private sale, could “open one to severe recrimination” if not done under the protection of a Section 4 order as was published in the gazette on September 24, 2016.”

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