Principal in court
Posted: Saturday, February 4, 2012
Principal in court on assault charges
Principal and proprietor of Maraval-based Blackman Private School Arlene Blackman yesterday appeared before a Port-of-Spain magistrate accused of assaulting two of her pupils.
...Principal in court
...Blackman in court
...Parents not removing their children
NPTA head calls for closer check
An urgent call has been made by the National Parent/Teacher Association (NPTA) for closer monitoring and evaluation of principals who run private schools.
Should school principal step down?
'OH GOD, WHAT WE DO?'
"O GOD, what we do?" These were the last words uttered by 17-year-old Amanda Pamponette of Valencia as she was being chopped to death around midnight on Thursday by four armed men, who were seen earlier hiding in the bush near her boyfriend's home which is also in Valencia.
Valencia schoolgirl chopped to death
An early morning attack by a cutlass-wielding mob on two Valencia friends has left a teenage student dead and her boyfriend warded in a critical condition.
Girl chopped to death, 2 arrested
A 17-year-old girl was chopped to death and her boyfriend seriously injured when several men stormed their Valencia home early yesterday morning.
Jack Hangs Up
Just two days after launching a campaign to petition support for the resumption of the death penalty, Government Minister Jack Warner yesterday suspended the initiative saying he does not want to "endanger" the Government.
Jack suspends 'resume hanging' petition
Families of slain fishermen disappointed
Relatives of slain fishermen Kassinath and Ravi Ramsaran are prepared to protest now that the petition by Jack Warner to support the hanging is no more.
PM on withdrawn petition: Cabinet gave no directive to Warner
PM: $600,000 to fly Manning to US hospital
PRIME MINISTER Kamla Persad-Bissessar yesterday said she has approved a sum of US$91,000 (TT$585,130) to pay for an air ambulance to transport former Prime Minister Patrick Manning to the prestigious Walter Reed General Hospital in Washington DC for additional medical treatment for the stroke which he suffered two weeks ago.
Manning granted leave
House Speaker Wade Mark yesterday granted leave of absence to former prime minister Patrick Manning from the Parliament for 90 days.
Rowley: Who will benefit?
Opposition Leader Dr Keith Rowley says he is yet to receive a response from the Government as to who will benefit from the increase in water rates at the Pt Lisas Industrial Estate.
PNM hustled US$110M deal
GOVERNMENT Chief Whip Dr Roodal Moonilal yesterday slammed the former People's National Movement (PNM) government for arranging for the Water and Sewerage Authority (WASA) a US$110 million agreement with an Israeli company, on the eve of the May 24, 2010 general election.
...Moonilal: Talk about PNM's WASA deal with Israelis
Lee Sing: 'No bottle' law will be ready
Dana Seetahal: No glass bottles for Carnival?
PM setting bad example
Fiery protests in the backyard of Prime Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar this week must be regarded as an unsatisfactory reflection on her performance as head of Government and Member of Parliament.
Jack told, give more PURE info
CABINET'S Finance and General Purposes Committee (FNGP) has asked Works Minister Jack Warner to provide more information on the Programme for Upgrading Roads Efficiency (PURE), Prime Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar disclosed yesterday.
Toco Foundation sign MOU
THE Ministry of Gender Affairs, Youth and Child Development and the Toco Foundation have signed a memorandum of understanding for funding to execute the foundation's "Gatekeeper" programme in Santa Cruz and Diego Martin.
Gibbs: Procedure above board
$.9m aircraft lease...
Aircraft $m rental 'on AG's desk'
Attorney General Anand Ramlogan is investigating the award of a $900,772 contract to Trinidad and Tobago Air Support Company (TTASC) for use of a light aircraft by the Trinidad and Tobago Police Service.
ON balance, we'd like to see the Opposition rejoin the temporary joint select committee (JSC) of Parliament set up to review TT's laws on public procurement of goods and services.
Foreign couple on gun, ammo charges
A couple, both foreign nationals, are expected to appear before a Port-of-Spain magistrate on Monday after a yacht they were residing in was found to contain a substantial cache of illegal arms and ammunition.
No bail for foreign couple on arms, ammunition charges
Medals for soldiers and Coast Guardsmen, but none for Cadets
RETIRED Cadet Force captain, Neil Alexis, yesterday made an appeal for those cadets who were on duty during the July 27, 1990, to be recognised.
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