Anti-Terrorism Bill passed
Posted: Wednesday, July 4, 2018
Anti-Terrorism Bill passed...with Opposition support
...Anti-Terrorism bill passed: Kamla Backs down
Businessman gives $5,000 for baby's scan
A Chaguanas businessman has donated $5,000 to ensure that baby Christopher Sahadeo Poonilal gets the urgent medical treatment he needs.
Bodoe says no teaching at San Fernando Teaching Hospital
New school code in September
Garcia said the new code incorporates principles that articulate the desirable and positive behaviours that attitudes required for individuals comprising the school community and, "assists in the determination of right and wrong."
2,000 students face eviction
The Government will have to find spaces for almost 2,000 students enrolled in private secondary schools if it fails to resolve an ongoing dispute over a proposed increase in fees owed to schools before the opening of the new school year in September...
Suspect held after knife attack
Scores of cinema patrons had to be refunded after an incident at MovieTowne, Invader's Bay, in Port-of-Spain after a 34-year-old female employee was attacked on Monday by a man armed with a knife.
Floods swamp La Brea beaches with garbage
La Brea Fisherfolk Association president Alvin La Borde is requesting the urgent removal of mounds of garbage which have been washing up on the beaches following heavy rainfall over the past few days.
Imbert: Galleons Passage received certificate of class from Lloyd's Register
'Ferry problems were resolved'
Finance Minister Colm Imbert yesterday gave the assurance that the problems the Galleons Passage encountered during a sea trial in 2017 have been resolved and the vessel was given the highest seaworthiness score by one of the world's leading and respected classification societies
CAL under fire for hiring practices
Caribbean Airlines Limited (CAL) came under criticism yesterday for breaching its own recruitment
Blows for CAL: Big jobs without security checks
2,595 SEA pupils score under 30%
While thousands of students celebrate their Secondary Entrance Assessment results today, more than 2,500 will face disappointment having scored below 30 per cent in the exams.
Repay $16m to state firm
AN accountant of the East Port of Spain Development Corporation (EPoS) and two of his companies have been ordered to repay the state-owned entity close to $16 million.
Detained asylum seekers released
FIVE Venezuelans who came to Trinidad seeking asylum and were detained for seven days by immigration, have been released.
Movietowne attacker was former employee
Central Bank: Bring your one cents to us
TT's one-cent coins officially ceased to be legal tender on Tuesday. You can redeem them "indefinitely" at the Central Bank, Eric Williams Financial Complex, Independence Square, Port of Spain.
State attorney to prosecute judge in drunk driving case
HIGH Court judge Justice Kevin Ramcharan made a reappearance in the Port of Spain Magistrates' Court on Tuesday afternoon on a charge of driving under the influence
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