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MCKENZIE LAWSUIT ON Oct 10

ON OCTOBER 10, the lawsuit filed by the family of Ricardo “Smokey” Mc Kenzie will again be called before Justice Mira Dean-Armorer in the Port-of-Spain High Court. McKenzie’s wife Lisa Mc Kenzie is named as the claimant in a $20 million medical negligence lawsuit against Medcorp Limited and Cancer Centre of the Caribbean Limited, operators of the Brian Lara Cancer Treatment Centre (BLCTC). McKenzie’s died of a suspected deadly overdose of radiation to his brain. In their claim of medical negligence, lawyers for the Mc Kenzie family have alleged that Medcorp tried to cover up the fact that sensitive radiation machines...

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Martin George – Marijuana Controversy

Attorney at law Martin George on Marijuana Controversy The police service alleged cover up of a marijuana find at the Prime Minister's residence does not augur well in restoring public confidence. [embed]https://youtu.be/QqKqvfh4K2k[/embed] So says Attorney at law Martin George. Speaking on TV6's morning edition Mr. George says the whole marijuana controversy is a PR disaster. He said it was a PR decision to keep the find on the down low which has now back fired.   Extracted From: Tv6TNT      ...

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THE INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS ACT

The Industrial Relations Act During the 1950s and early 1960s the industrial relations climate in Trinidad and Tobago was growing tense with the development of the trade union movement. There was an increasing number of strikes and labour disputes which threatened the economic growth and productivity of the country. The Government could no longer delay in taking legislative action to regulate the relations between unions, workers and employers. As a result the Industrial Stabilisation Act, 1965, was enacted. This Act introduced the concept of compulsory arbitration to Trinidad and Tobago by the establishment of the Industrial Court. The main function of...

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A BEAUTIFUL LIFE

I could never have imagined that I would be writing this column so soon; not today, not this month, not this year, not even this decade. I could never have imagined that I would be writing this column so soon; not today, not this month, not this year, not even this decade. Mommy was not ailing; she was not laid up. She was hale and hearty and active, barring a few complications that are expected as one approaches 84. We had big plans for the celebration of her 84th birthday on February 23. Instead, this past week, our family was making funeral...

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