Posted: Monday, February 10, 2014
Pregnant children in danger..... Doctor warns of teens going to backyard abortionists
...Mahabir-Wyatt praises Kamla's 'seriousness'
"It is the first time serious attention is being paid to the safety of children and the problem of child sexual abuse,"
Parents too, are responsible
IT IS the responsibility of not just the State but also of parents and communities to ensure children are kept in a safe environment
Prof: 'Use education to protect children'
14 sex charges for Tobago principal
Officers told the Express yesterday, following interviews with the victims 75 charges were being looked at initially, but following further investigations, 14 charges have been laid.
Devant Under Threat
Fallout between Minister, Author
THE COUNTRY'S President Anthony Carmona was a sad and unhappy man yesterday following news that a healthy two-year-old giraffe named "Marius" was killed and fed to the lions at the Copenhagen Zoo in Denmark.
CAL Guyana flights under threat
A CARIBBEAN Airlines (CAL) flight destined for the United States from Guyana will be targeted by terrorists today, according to a threat received by the United States Embassy in Georgetown, Guyana.
OWTU not happy with Petrotrin
...in connection with the oil spill that occurred last month.
DupreyŚClico's profits 'irrelevant'
Former CL Financial chairman Lawrence Duprey said the way the insurance company was structured, Clico should have been able to net in excess of $10 billion annually
Apologise for racial comment
Louis tells PNM leadership...
COP 'concerned' over race talk
... in light of comments about People's National Movement (PNM) political leader Dr Keith Rowley being "too dark" to serve as prime minister of Trinidad and Tobago.
Browne calls for wisdom during campaign
...from all sides contesting the People's National Movement (PNM) national executive elections.
AS THE leadership battle heats up in the People's National Movement (PNM), the Congress of the People (COP) will also face its own leadership election on or before the first week in July
COP to promote 'Green' agenda
In aftermath of oil spills, Beetham fires...
Minister: So what?
ARTS and Multiculturalism Minister Dr Lincoln Douglas has denied claims by Trinbago Unified Calypsonians' Organi-sation (TUCO) president Lutalo 'Brother Resistance' Masimba that Government officials and their friends have been abusing free entry to Carnival events.
WASA: 95% of North customers have water again
NHSL losing pilots annually
...Cadiz: It boils down to $$
Years of hard work erased
Fondes Amandes soldiers on despite robbery...
Restoring Sammy House
Sando family begins work on Sutton Street landmark built in 1917
How loud is too loud?
Law Made Simple
Man held for raping daughter
POLICE have arrested a 49-year-old man yesterday who allegedly had sexual intercourse with his nine-year-old daughter multiple times in Rio Claro last November.
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