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Posted: Wednesday, July 5, 2017

12-year-old Lexi Balchan places first in the SEA examinations

Shenice tops Tobago
SHENICE Stanisclaus a pupil of the St. Andrew's Anglican Primary School in Calder Hall has topped the Secondary Entrance Assessment (SEA) examination in Tobago.

Second-placed Jordanna wants to be a doctor

Garcia: Students did better this year

Kamla: Govt reducing expenditure by $3b
...warning that thousands of public servants and law enforcement officers may be out of a job

Am I facing criminal probe?
Upset Burke writes to CoP

Admits he got HDC contract under PNM

Integrity Commission chairman mum on Rowley's claim

Wade Mark: Marlene's hiring and firing a repeat of Marcia Ayers-Caesar

Franklin Khan: No plan to hire more lifeguards at beaches
GOVERNMENT does not intend to increase the current complement of lifeguards at the nation's beaches, but will consider extending the hours of work beyond 5 pm says Leader of Government Business Senator Franklin Khan.

Don't turn blind eye to Venezuela
St Lucia PM to Caricom leaders

Drugs, guns seized in Tobago bust
...a crocus bag containing 28 packets of marijuana and a garbage bag containing an additional 10 packets of compressed marijuana weighing just over 20 kilogrammes, two revolvers and a .45 pistol, 43 rounds of assorted ammunition, US$850 and TT$3,171 were seized

Man set ablaze after argument
35-year-old Mike Victor, of Tappin Street, Santa Cruz was standing along Back Street near his girlfriend's home when a 24-year-old man threw a bucket of liquid on him and set him afire.

Mother charged with cruelty of toddler
The Sangre Grande mother who was arrested for beating her child after a video of the incident sparked nationwide outrage was carted off to jail yesterday after appearing in court.

Police charge man for Facebook posting
MEMBERS of the Fraud Squad were yesterday instructed by the Office of the Director of Public Prosecutions to charge the man who was arrested after he posted a message on Facebook.

Destra fan awarded $$ for fast wine
Soca artist Destra Garcia has been ordered to pay a little over $50,000 in compensation to a fan who suffered a ruptured bladder during an impromptu onstage performance in Belize in 2015.

Two shot dead in Laventille
AN early morning shooting left two men dead yesterday in Dan Kelly, Picton, Laventille.

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