LIFE SAVING CLOUTS
Posted: Wednesday, October 18, 2017
LIFE SAVING CLOUTS
The safety officer at the centre of a video posted to social media showing him clouting (slapping the head) students at San Juan North Secondary school, yesterday said he made a split-second decision to clout two male students
Garcia gets 'clouting up' report
PM misses Divali Nagar finale
Budget business messes up schedule
PM: Goodness conquers evil
Act against evil
Opposition Leader Kamla Persad-Bissessar, in her address to the nation on Divali, urged citizens to take action against the evil in ourselves and in the country.
Carmona: Live in harmony
President Anthony Carmona has called on the population to destroy the negatives in our lives and live in brotherhood and harmony with one another.
Cops issue Divali fireworks warning
Offshore rig possible source of oil leak
Preliminary investigations have revealed that the source of the oil spill that occurred in Chaguaramas over the weekend can be an offshore rig.
Ministry on oil spill: Fish safe to eat
A press release from the ministry yesterday said that officials visited 42 fish and seafood vendors to see how healthy were items being offered for sale.
Should sex work, ganja use be decriminalised?
...Dr Fuad Khan makes a case
PM receives Police Audit
Rowley also said the average citizen may not understand that every murder case which is going through TT's courts, "costs taxpayers between $1 and $10 million."
Young defends case against Moonilal
...reiterated the matter was being investigated for the past 18 to 20 months and was "some of the best work that has ever gone to the courts."
Camille not scared of Moonilal's complaint to PCA
...as she is no police officer and cannot be investigated.
Credit Unions should cash old age pensions
President Anthony Carmona says the time has come for credit unions to be be able legally to cash old age pensions.
Dillon: $15m to feed prisoners
PM: Zero tolerance to crooked cops
Soldiers accused in payroll scam on $1.4m bail
Two soldiers accused of defrauding the T&T Defence Force (TTDF) of over $1.4 million through a payroll scam, have been each granted $375,000 bail.
Sando maxi fares go up
'Suicidal' mom pleads for housing help
...eviction looms for her and five children
Spa ransacked: vandal leaves message
Esther Primus, owner of the business, said one of her beauty technician machines worth US$67,000 was damaged and electrical cords were ripped out of the walls.
Thieves clean out Nisha B's clothing store
...thieves struck at her exquisite boutique "The Doll House by Nisha B" in Cunupia.
Businessman shot twice, critical at hospital
A Chaguanas businessman is now fighting for his life at hospital after he was shot twice on Tuesday.
Funeral cancelled: Bodies of hurricane victims not yet home
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