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MSJ praises power of people

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Friday, August 1, 2014 The Movement for Social Justice (MSJ) yesterday praised the power of the people following the resignation of Anil Roberts. Prime Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar made the announcement yesterday less Source: Trinidad Guardian     

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FORCED TO QUIT

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In the midst of a raging controversy over the LifeSport programme, another Cabinet minister has been removed from the People’s Partnership Cabinet. Source: Trinidad Express     

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ANIL ROBERTS' RESIGNATION LETTER

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I write to you today with a heavy heart to inform you of my desire to resign as Minister of Sport and as Member of Parliament for D’Abadie/ O’Meara with immediate effect, based on the inexplicable public furore that continued unabated based on misinformation in the public domain. Source: Trinidad Express     

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PM’s statement

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I continue to be disillusioned, disappointed and distressed by the level of deception and dishonesty associated with the well intentioned LifeSport programme. Source: Trinidad Express     

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Aboud: Oil spill like bombing of fisheries

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THE oil spill that occurred in Marabella on Tuesday is like a “second bombing” on the fishing industry, according to president of Fishermen and Friends of the Sea (FFOS) Gary Aboud. Source: Trinidad Express     

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Residents defy orders to cook after meals reach late

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DESPITE being advised by Petrotrin officials they should not light stoves until further notice, residents affected by the oil spill in Marabella deci­ded to take the risk yester­day because lunch was not provided in a timely manner. Source: Trinidad Express     

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WASA: Water safe

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Water and Sewerage Authority (WASA) head of Corporate Communications Ellen Lewis said: Source: Trinidad Express     

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Emergency hotline

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Residents with concerns can contact Petrotrin’s emergency hotline at 658-0235, between 7a.m. and 4 p.m., and 658-4200, ext 2410, after 4 p.m. Source: Trinidad Express     

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