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Posted: Sunday, June 11, 2017

Dr Conrad Murray, the cardiologist who was convicted for the death of pop legend Michael Jackson in 2011, is attending to patients at a private medical facility in central Trinidad.

Majority of people want Chief Justice to apologise...

'Disagree with the judgment but don't criticise the judge'

What happens when girl gets pregnant?
When Government and the Opposition unanimously agreed to end child marriages on Friday night, there was a mixed response from religious leaders.

Women, girls more independent
The increasing independence of women and girls has made the Miscellaneous Provisions (Marriage) Bill, 2016 virtually obsolete, Chaguanas West MP Ganga Singh said last Friday.

Prakash: Govt 'game play' on child marriage

TTAP: Erroneous coverage on suicide and SEA

Gopeesingh vs Garcia over EFCL
CARONI East MP Dr Tim Gopeesingh alleged inaction by the Government to probe "rampant bid-rigging and insider trading" at the Education Facilities Company Limited (EFCL) in a motion on the adjournment of the Lower House last Friday

Valuation Division: Submit forms from tomorrow
The public can resume submitting valuation return forms from tomorrow until July 17 on a voluntary basis, the Valuation Division announced yesterday.

Rowley: Sandals deal 'in not too distant future'
PRIME Minister Dr Keith Rowley has reported that discussions have been ongoing for the past two months with international resort Sandals and a visit is expected soon.

Rolph: I am the true victim
Angostura spends $m to defend committee in sexual harassment probe of chairman...

Teach children coping skills
TRINIDAD-BORN psychologist Dr Duane Isava is not surprised with the report of 400 students on suicide watch due to increased stress and is advocating that the children be taught coping skills.

Expert: Take down mentally ill aggressor with needles not bullets

Ghany: Wait and see on UK Govt
...over the possible impact on Trinidad and Tobago of last Thursday's British general election

Emancipation key for African descendants
Emancipation celebrations have been the most important symbolic acts in terms of shifting the consciousness in society.

Mom knocks 'soft' jail time for son's killers
A mother whose only son was stabbed to death by three men nearly 12 years ago is expressing anguish over what she describes as "the soft sentencing" handed down to his killers, last Friday.

Freeport man killed crossing highway
A 33-year-old Freeport man died after he was hit by a vehicle while crossing the Churchill Roosevelt Highway in the vicinity of the walkover in Pasea on Friday night.

Driver files charges against cops who shot and arrested him

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