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Posted: Thursday, July 3, 2014

The country's top three placings in this year's Secondary Entrance Assessment (SEA) examination have all been earned by schoolgirls from the southland, results have revealed.

Farmer's daughter tops examination
Girls shine again in SEA

'Praise God'
Pint-sized Jevaughn Bruce, 11, a student of North Regional Seventh Day Adventist (SDA) Primary School at Mason Hall, topped the Secondary Entrance Assessment (SEA) students in Tobago this year.

...PM: Best results since 2008

Queries over SEA placements
Some parents and students unhappy...

Students cry over schools

President's daughter, Anura, off to Convent
An emotional President Anthony Carmona hugged his daughter, Anura, yesterday after it was announced that she had passed for her first choice school, St Joseph's Convent, Port-of-Spain.

Blatant irregularities
Life Sport auditors get more info from Gary...

Howai: LifeSport million$ properly approved by Cabinet

I'm ready for audit
Creed breaks silence on LifeSport controversy:

Ministry: No contract for PS Creed's wife

'I am not that Abdul-Hamid'
PNM ex-minister named as LifeSport caterer...

AG to probe legality of shutdown
Industrial action at Immigration offices:

Duke on passport backlog: Workers will now work extra hours
Immigration staff has been asked to put in extra hours to deal with the backlog of cases which resulted from the shutdown of the San Fernando and Port-of-Spain immigration offices

Stranded CAL passengers want back $$

Questions raised on demand for foreign exchange
In the Senate

Someone should be in jail
Senator Balgobin upset over HCU fiasco:

...Devant: HCU boss took out hit on me
Food Production Minister Devant Maharaj said yesterday that in 2008 he received information that former head of the Hindu Credit Union (HCU),Harry Harnarine, had placed a hit on him.

PM stops Fuad's internship move
Health Minister Fuad Khan ordered to stop his plan to extend the period of internship for graduating University of the West Indies, St Augustine, medical students

Former PSA head wins High Court ruling
FORMER president of the Public Services Association (PSA) Jennifer Baptiste-Primus...

Public at risk from chemicals
Fuad warned by officials on homeowners spraying for CHIKV

Teenage alcoholism and drugs on the rise
ALCOHOLISM and drug addition are on the rise among teenagers, Minister of Health Dr Fuad Khan said yesterday, as he linked addiction to untreated cases of depression.

Unending water inconvenience
Word of yet another shutdown of Desalcott in order to expand its water supply to 40 million gallons a day reeks of contempt for consumers by both Desalcott and the Water and Sewerage Authority (WASA).

Property owners: Nidco operating without consent

SEVERAL property owners at Ghandi Village, Debe, are claiming the National Infrastructure Development Company (Nidco) had begun excavation on their land without consent

Mystar: No motive yet in soldier murder
Police investigators are utilising all assets in their investigations into the murder of Lance Corporal Kayode Thomas on Sunday night...

Laventille residents after killing of corporal: It's not police but soldiers on patrol

Girl, 14, and dad held for gun possession
A 14-year-old girl and her 39-year-old father are currently in police custody after two high-powered hand guns were found at their El Socorro home on Tuesday afternoon.

Robbery suspect in police stabbing dies
A 48-YEAR-OLD Guayaguayare man who was in police custody for stabbing a police officer died on Tuesday.

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