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$3M fine for weed in schools
Posted: Saturday, February 22, 2020

Judge warns of $3M fine for weed in schools
Under Section 5c of the Dangerous Drugs Act, it is an offence to have marijuana or marijuana resin while on a school bus or on any premises where children are gathered for an educational, cultural or sporting purpose. Even so, for those 18 years old and over, they are not allowed to have marijuana on them on a field trip, music festival, Intercol or cricket match.

Lovell on Karukera: Mountain made out of nothing
"For me to leave the country Cabinet has to agree. So any minister sent anywhere is a Cabinet decision and not a personal decision or personal acceptance."

Rowley to play mas
Ahead, Rowley leaves for Ghana on March 1 via London. He's accepted Ghana's invitation to attend their National Day (Independence) celebrations on March 6.

Iwer wins Power Soca Monarch, eyes Road March

College Boy Jesse 'schools' Swappi, wins Groovy Soca Monarch crown

Lyons eats them 'roar'
Women sweep top three spots

T&T off FATF monitoring list
FATF is an inter-governmental body which sets standards for combating money laundering, terrorist financing and other related threats to the integrity of the international financial system.

Four ministry employees get $750,00 for non promotion

V'zuelan shot dead after stealing car

Central Bank gives first look at new polymer notes
THE Central Bank has revealed the design and look of the polymer notes for the $50, $20, $10, $5 and $1 bills. The bills will become publicly available from September 2020.

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