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Duke shuts down BIR after death of employees
Posted: Thursday, March 20, 2014

Duke shuts down BIR after death of employees
President of the Public Services Association (PSA) Watson Duke on Tuesday made good on his promise to shutdown operations at the Board of Inland Revenue (BIR) following the deaths of several employees there.

Workers stay out of building
Unhealthy conditions at Chaguanas Corp so...

The bullying of two girls triggered last Friday's brawl outside Mucurapo West Secondary School, St James which led to the suspension of the girls and eight other female students.

Bail for 9 male pupils involved in school fight
NINE pupils of ASJA Boys' College, Charlieville appeared in court yesterday charged with fighting at school.

Cops will arrest fighting schoolchildren
The police will have no other choice but to arrest students involved in school fights and bring them before the court

Peacemaker hurt in school brawl

Another student fight recorded
ANOTHER video of a fight involving students was circulating on Facebook yesterday

Questions raised on whether minister still operating as a vet
The issue of whether Minister of the People Glenn Ramadharsingh was still operating as a veterinarian was raised in the Senate on Tuesday.

Ramlogan: Make Dog Control Act a law immediately

Suspected molester in line-up today
The Community-based Environmental Protection and Enhancement Programme (CEPEP) worker accused of molesting eight children near a primary school was interviewed by investigators yesterday.

Robinson 'is looking better', says Fuad
Archbishop visits former PM

Rowley: We need special schools for violent children
THE fist fight among female pupils attending Mucurapo West Secondary School has angered political leader of the People's National Movement (PNM), Dr Keith Rowley.

Abdulah still MSJ leader

Judge knocks public officials
Malpractice suit against SWRHA dismissed but...

Hypolite: Penny supporters bullied
LAVENTILLE West MP and supporter of Pennelope Beckles-Robinson for People's National Movement (PNM) political leader, Nileung Hypolite:

Khan backs Hinds
... former Senator Fitzgerald Hinds as a candidate on the Keith Rowley slate for youth officer in the party's upcoming internal election.

Cabinet ups Poverty Reduction grant to $15,000

Methanex gives $M support to local sick kids
Methanex Trinidad Limited is contributing US$159,000 (some TT$1 million) to support the operations of the University of the West Indies St Augustine Campus Telehealth Programme

Moonilal: $10M spent in Barrackpore
... on infrastructure projects in the Barrackpore district of the Oropouche East constituency, MP Dr Roodal Moonilal disclosed yesterday.

Tears as baby Simeon's mom says goodbye
Through her tears yesterday as she said a final goodbye to her baby boy, Quelly Ann Cottle, 38, vowed to continue fighting for justice in her son's death.

8 girls scarred for life, says parent
THE father of one of eight schoolgirls sexually assaulted at Mayaro Government Primary School, on Monday, has said the violations have scarred the girls for life.

Morvant man dead after shootout with cops
A 24-year-old man is dead following a shoot-out with police in Morvant on Sunday night.

Fear in Mayaro
FOR the past few weeks, the presence of a former murder accused living among residents in Mayaro has sparked fear among them and they want police to get him out of the community.

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