Posted: Friday, October 21, 2016
Ajamu Crosby rose above stigmas to achieve excellence in the Caribbean Advanced Proficiency Examination (CAPE) and earn an Additional Scholarship in Natural Science.
TT owes China hundreds of millions
...due to the scrapping of the planned Alutrint aluminium smelter
Scary driver pulls baton
Woman jumps out of car to escape abduction as...
Roget warns - Strike could spread
...this country could face an economic and socially crippling fuel shortage.
PM: Tell me AG's offence
...responds to calls from Opposition Leader Kamla Persad-Bissessar for Attorney General Faris Al-Rawi to be fired over photos showing children alleged to be his holding firearms
Local Govt elections Nov 28
Children not exposed
THE REDUCTION in the budgetary allocation for school security will not expose children to risk
TT in uphill battle against cancer
SITTING for hours in seemingly unending traffic jams as is routine in Trinidad and Tobago can be cancer causing
Sacred Heart to reopen next Monday
THERE were 23 suspected cases of chicken pox at the Sacred Heart Boys' Roman Catholic Primary School after an initial case of chicken pox caused other authorities to be brought in.
Online rumours leave Machel 'bazodee'
RUMOURS that Soca superstar Machel Montano was stopped at an American airport and found to be in possession of a quantity of cocaine, has prompted him to respond, using social media.
Residents cry for justice
Cops kill 'wanted man' in front children
Compensation for two retired farmers
Canefarmers Zamilla and Shaib Mohammed of Kanhai Road South Barrackpore, received judgment in default after the State failed to put in a defence in their claim for breach of contract and money owed to them.
Hosein defends new law
SAN Fernando Mayor Kazim Hosein believes that it is inhumane and unsanitary to feed homeless persons on the streets of San Fernando.
Cops identify suspect in Curepe double murder
Venezuelan fined for illegal entry
A YOUNG Venezuelan man who believes his uncle could pay a fine imposed on him for entering Trinidad illegally, got a rude awakening in the San Fernando Magistrates' court yesterday
Accused refuses Magistrate's help
A MAN with a string of larceny convictions, has refused to attend court although a magistrate has stretched out a long judicial hand to help him by not sending him straight to jail.
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