Miss Curses, abuses students
Posted: Wednesday, July 4, 2012
Miss Curses, abuses students
A female teacher spat on a Standard Two student at a Hindu primary school in south Trinidad, a week ago, prompting angry parents to demand her immediate dismissal during an emergency meeting yesterday.
Teacher misconduct on the rise, says Ramesh Deosaran
TEACHING Service Commission (TSC) member Prof Ramesh Deosaran says the number of matters involving teacher misconduct, including assault of pupils, is on the rise.
Businessman's mansion gutted
FIRE of a mysterious origin yesterday completely gutted a mansion in Freeport and fire officials estimated losses at $5 million. No one was injured in the fire which started at about 9 am at the home of millionaire businessman Jawaharlal Deosaran.
Widow settles for $.7m
6 years after husband killed by Coast Guard...
Half a million cannot pay for a life
Grieving father of dead fisherman
Mom appeals jail term for burning girl
THE mother who last week Monday was jailed for three years for burning her daughter's hand on a hot tawah has appealed the sentence.
It was wrong decision
THE STATE'S lead prosecutor in the Basdeo Panday Integrity Commission case, Sir Timothy Cassel QC, yesterday criticised Port-of-Spain Magistrate Marcia Murray for dismissing the case against Panday, arguing that Murray's decision was based on "misapprehension" of relevant principles.
Firemen: Consult us
THE Trinidad and Tobago Fire Association is welcoming of the idea that their members be used to battle crime, however, they would prefer to be consulted on the dynamics of this initiative before it is rolled out.
Vasant, Rudy to help Larry
PRIME MINISTER Kamla Persad-Bissessar yesterday said the appointments of Trade, Industry and Investment Minister Vasant Bharath and Couva South MP Rudy Indarsingh to the Ministry of Finance and the Economy will complement the efforts of new Finance and Economy Minister Larry Howai to strengthen the economy.
Rowley's request turned down
Parliament to reconvene as scheduled
PSC ready to review police $.9m plane contract
Deosaran: Chairman's job difficult
Moonilal: Shaq coming back
Lead poisoning scare in Arima
There are fears of a serious lead poisoning threat at Santa Rosa West, a residential development populated by thousands of people.
'Tornado' uproots trees, blows off roofs in South
Bakr trial at a glance
Marion O'Callaghan: When China's schools do better
Rickey Singh: Caricom's three hot topics
JUST 43 days after Kimo Gomez, 17, was shot dead outside his East Dry River, Port-of-Spain home, his family was again plunged into mourning when his brothers Khalif Gomez, 22, and Ishmael Jackson, 21, were brutally murdered on Monday night.
Three-year-old girl sexually assaulted
Gasparillo police are searching for a man who allegedly sexually assaulted his three-year-old step-daughter.
Women raped: cops hunt two suspects
LA BREA police are searching for two men who allegedly abducted and raped two women in Guapo on Monday evening.
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