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Posted: Monday, September 19, 2016

"There has been absolutely no discussion on a dress code for teachers between the TTUTA and Ministry of Education," Association 2nd Vice President Lynsley Doodhai stated

No one is above the law
IN ADMITTING that he broke the law by driving over the speed limit, San Fernando East Member of Parliament (MP) and Housing Minister Randall Mitchell yesterday confirmed he has already paid the $1,000 fine

Female prisoners getting on bad
PRISONERS at the Women's Prison in Golden Grove yesterday staged an early morning protest prompting prison officers to take action to maintain order.

Cop escapes drive-by shooting
A POLICEMAN from Princes Town Police Station escaped unhurt when a gunman travelling in a Nissan Tiida car opened fire on his (the officer) private vehicle before speeding off.

No lab chosen for fish kill
ALMOST a month after being sanctioned by the Minister of Planning and Development, a reputable international lab has not yet been chosen to test samples of dead fish that appeared along the Gulf of Paria.

Parliament re-opens Sept 26

'I was picked then rejected'
Nick Seepersad, 33, yesterday claimed that the Opposition UNC left him out of the list of candidates presented on stage at the party's presentation of Local Government candidates in Couva on the weekend.

NCIC hoping for more Govt funds for Nagar

Attorney: Jury system not to blame for backlog
CJ suggests abolition of trial by jury

Judges pray, IRO officials take back seat as Law Term opens
Should members of the Judiciary who must follow institutional guidelines which ban them from partisan activity be encouraged to proselytise?

Mahabir-Wyatt hails vigilante mom: She's a hero

Prisoners find healing through art
...mayor impressed

Working hard for her son's success
In the congested Chaguanas Market, Ashmin Mohammed sells costume jewelry to send her son to the University of the West Indies, St Augustine

Taxi driver frees self, escapes kidnappers
Locked in trunk

Costaatt lecturer still missing
...14 months and no leads

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