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PSC members to be sworn in on Tuesday
Posted: Tuesday, November 16, 2021

PSC members to be sworn in on Tuesday
THE five new members of the Police Service Commission (PSC) will be sworn in on Tuesday morning at President's House, St Ann's, by President Paula-Mae Weekes, Newsday learnt.

Griffith: No Merit in saying to scrap the Merit List

Police resume good character certification service
The service resumed on Monday at all police stations within the nine divisions in the country, according to a release from the TTPS.

56 COVID-19 deaths in fully vaccinated people, Dr Hinds reveals

Hinds: 56 of 1,437 who died were vaccinated

Tobago has 357 active covid19 cases

Expert: T&T could reach 1,000 COVID cases in a day at current rate

One in three kidney patients likely to die from Covid

Caricom chair pushes for legal action on climate funding

Mom of woman found dead in river: A monster killed my daughter

A national shame
The recent removal of a portrait of Welshman Thomas Picton, the first British Governor of Trinidad, by the National Museum Wales should be a source of deep embarrassment to this country. T&Tís blasť attitude to its retention of symbols honouring a man who governed this country with unbridled ruthlessness and made his wealth from the slave trade when even his own country is recoiling from its glorification of him is just bizarre.

BUSINESS groups are calling for joint army and police patrols as they are fearful of a crime surge when the state of emergency comes to an end tomorrow, especially with the Christmas season around the corner.

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