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Anti-Terror Bill gets Senate support
Posted: Friday, July 6, 2018

Anti-Terror Bill gets Senate support

Ministry probing leak of SEA confidential info
THE leak of a 369-page confidential document containing sensitive Secondary Entrance Assessment (SEA) Examination information on this year's pupils — including the names of those assigned to resit the exam — is now being investigated by the Ministry of Education.

Garcia: Cabinet will decide on $ for private secondary schools
CABINET will decide on a proposal from the Association of Private Secondary Schools for a new financial arrangement for accommodation of students. The association is asking for an increase in the stipend from $1,200 to $5,700 per term for each child. Should the schools decide not accomodate students, Education Minister Anthony Garcia says the ministry has contingency plans in place.

Garcia: Extra year, Servol for SEA under 30 scorers

Homes for $1.26m
Cunupia for HDC's second public-private partnership

Kamla: NIF ‘Ponzi scheme' will collapse

Imbert: Kamla undermining budget
NIF roadshow coming

UNC to decide on Phillip's CoP nomination Monday
The Opposition UNC has been discussing the notification of nomination of DCP Harold Phillip for the post of Police Commissioner and its position will be revealed in Parliament next Monday when the matter is debated, UNC whip David Lee says.

Two cops charged with robbing man of $21 at police station

AG defends rental of Children's Court
Attorney General Faris Al-Rawi yesterday vigorously defended the rental of the premises housing the Children's Court in Fyzabad at a monthly cost of $150,000 VAT inclusive from the wife of Energy Minister Franklin Khan.

Lawyer's wife awarded $90,000 for wrongful arrest
The State has been ordered to pay almost $90,000 in compensation to an immigration consultant at a law firm, who was wrongfully detained for 36 hours as part of an investigation by United Kingdom police into fraud committed by her previous employer.

Charged with chopping off man's hand
A MAN accused of severing another man's hand with a cutlass has been sent to St Ann's Hospital for observation.

Moratorium on vehicle inspections: Private garages can inspect 'T' vehicles

Resistant citrus plants imported to replace 200,000 destroyed by greening disease

No flooding at Victoria Keyes
NO flooding took place at the Victoria Keyes Housing project as a result of heavy rainfall in north Trinidad last Sunday.

Businessman in court
BUSINESSMAN Kriston Seepersad, who police say took $108,000 from three people for cars he never imported on their behalf, was granted $195,000 bail yesterday.

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