Posted: Sunday, August 20, 2017
SPORTT writes Chinese construction company on illegal electricity and water connections
Payment plan eases pressure
Hope for UWI students hit by GATE cuts
CXC gets F grade
CAPE/CSE C students finally accessed their results yesterday but about 12 hours after the initial promised time of 10 pm on Friday, due to the crashing of the Caribbean and Examination Council (CXC) internet portal.
Garcia: Blame CXC, not me
EDUCATION Minister Anthony Garcia said yesterday the delay in the release of online results for the May/June Caribbean Advanced Proficiency Exam (CAPE) and the Caribbean Secondary Education Certificate (CSEC) examinations were not his fault nor that of his ministry
Arti follows up CSEC feat with success in CAPE exams
Two years ago, Arti Ramroop stunned the country when she secured passes in all 21 subjects she wrote in the Caribbean Secondary Education Certificate (CSEC) examinations.
Sinanan: I won't resign over ferry fiasco
Works and Transport Minister Rohan Sinanan says he sees no need for him to resign over the ferry fiasco saying the matter is being investigated.
Annisette needs to get facts correct—Sinanan
Sinking sea bridge
Tobago businessmen are expressing fears that the situation, if left unresolved for much longer, could lead to further hardship on the island.
Drama over Haleema donations
Old politics crept in again
Carolyn upset at COP election controversy
Harvey heads through Caribbean
MEXICO CITY—Tropical Storm Harvey weakened into a depression as it moved through the Caribbean Sea yesterday on a projected course that would have it approaching Central America and the Yucatan Peninsula early this week.
Rambharat using trees in flood plan
Children's Authority working with cops on child beating case
The Children's Authority of T&T says it is working with police to investigate the brutal beating of a toddler, who was admitted to the Intensive Care Unit (ICU) of the Wendy Fitzwilliam Paediatric Hospital last week.
Beaten girl, 2, fights for life
A TWO year-old girl who has been severely beaten continued to slip in and out of consciousness at hospital yesterday and doctors have told relatives to prepare for the worst.
...while some see beauty and a symbol of patriotism others see the protected bird as a dish of "wild meat."
Taxi driver stabbed to death
RELATIVES of a 43-year-old taxi driver who was stabbed to death on Friday night is pleading with the police to find his killer.
Pensioner found dead
Police are investigating the discovery of the decomposing body of a pensioner who was found outside his Siparia home yesterday.
Trini on UN sanctions list
Trinidad and Tobago national Shane Dominic Crawford has been placed on the United Nations and Al-Qaida Sanctions List.
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