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Posted: Thursday, August 14, 2014

She was born with juvenile cataracts and, although they were removed, was later diagnosed with glaucoma which left her without any vision in both eyes.

Integrity body puts pressure on Google
Emailgate still alive

Integrity Commission goes after Google

...Rowley: Better late than never
Opposition Leader Dr Keith Rowley said yesterday he was glad to hear the Integrity Commission was making progress with respect to its investigations into Emailgate.

7-year-old dies at Freeport home

...Daily protests to continue
Daily protests on the Port of Spain Waterfront by activists against certain constitutional amendments will continue until the document is debated in the Upper House

Independent Senators on constitution bill: We can't be bullied

Bhoe troubled entire Govt did not back bill
Planning Minister Dr Bhoendra­datt Tewarie said yesterday he was "troubled" Government did not have unanimous support on its own benches for the Constitution (Amendment) Bill 2014 in Parliament.

COP ministers must resign
...says Rowley after Cabinet members vote against Govt

...Prakash: Put PNM support first

4 companies vie to become third mobile provider

PM at opening of Diego highway: Opposition gaining from State projects
Prime Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar has dismissed allegations of her Government's neglect and discrimination towards Opposition constituencies.

100% CAPE passes for some schools

'Excellent result' in paperless subject
LAST September, digital media was the first 100 per cent paper-less examination introduced at the Caribbean Advanced Proficiency Examination (CAPE) level.

Blind student excels at CSEC

Prison officers fed up: crisis looming

No work, no pay—lawyer
As workers seek salary after protest action...

Racism at the UTT
Lecturer claims he's a victim...

Greyfriars church sold
THE Greyfriars Church of Scotland on Frederick Street, Port of Spain, has reportedly been sold to a private developer, and there is growing concern the building, which dates back to the 1800s, will be torn down.

Documents seized at St Michael's Home
Investigators probing allegations of sexual impropriety, physical abuse and gross negligence at the St Michael's Home for Boys, Diego Martin

DPP investigating viral video beatings
The police file on investigations into a video depicting a mother beating her 12-year-old girl for upwards of six minutes with a belt is currently at the Office of the Director of Public Prosecutions(DPP).

Special team to probe gun theft at Forensic Centre

Central 'pest' shot dead
A 35-year-old Chaguanas man who police said had been previously charged with rape, robbery, extortion, and possession of firearms and ammunition, was shot dead on Tuesday.

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