FINANCE Minister Colm Imbert yesterday declared that as a property owner, he too like all other citizens, must pay property tax. Imbert made this point as he and Minister in the Office of the Prime Minister Stuart Young dealt with several issues related to the tax at the post-Cabinet news conference at the Diplomatic Centre in St Ann’s.

Baby drowns in bucket of urine
A FIVE-MONTHOLD baby boy drowned in a bucket filled with urine and vomit, which was at the side of a bed on which he slept with his mother at their Picton Road, Laventille home yesterday.

Judge Ayers-Caesar resigns
FIFTEEN days after her appointment, Justice Marcia Ayers-Caesar has resigned as a judge of the Supreme Court.

ECA has mixed feelings on reduced lunch hour
THE Employers Consultative Association (ECA) is concerned that the National Primary Schools Principals Association’s proposal to reduce the lunch hour and school time, to curb indiscipline and accidents, may be counteractive and fragmented to make a meaningful impact.

PSC 'trying hard' to select CoP
CHAIRMAN of the Police Service Commission (PSC) Dr Maria Gomes says the commission is working “really hard” to get the process of selecting a new Commissioner of Police off the ground.

She failed to manage transition
CHIEF Justice Ivor Archie last night said that Marcia Ayers-Caesar, who yesterday resigned as a Judge of the High Court 15 days after her elevation from Chief Magistrate, failed to adequately handle the transition.