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Strengthen ties that bind
Posted: Tuesday, May 31, 2022

President: Strengthen ties that bind
PRESIDENT Paula-Mae Weekes appealed to citizens to strengthen the ties that bind them together as a people and as a nation. She made this appeal in her Indian Arrival Day message

PM offers message of hope on Indian Arrival Day: Trinidad and Tobago will overcome obstacles

Kamla at Indian Arrival Day celebrations: Never be ashamed of who you are

Indarsingh demands apology for 'insulting' Indian Arrival Day ad
He said the ad claimed that East Indian indentured labourers arrived in 1917 when it was in fact 1845. He called on Energy Minister Stuart Young to launch an investigation "on who sanctioned the information in this misleading ad."

Fuad Khan seeks to be unifying force against 'cult of Kamla'
FORMER health minister Dr Fuad Khan says he believes any challenger to Kamla Persad-Bissessar's leadership of the United National Congress (UNC) in the party's upcoming internal election is bound to fail.

Maha Sabha head slams government ministers: Child marriage not child abuse
ôLet me ask you bluntly. Which do you prefer? Having a 17-year-old girl get pregnant and have a child out of wedlock? Or have her deliver a child within the sanctity of marriage? This was our view. We were not for one moment suggesting that the teenager be forced into marrying."

Robinson-Regis responds to Maha Sabha: Child marriage is child abuse
HOUSING Minister Camille Robinson-Regis says it is her personal belief that child marriage is child abuse. But she said neither the Government nor the People's National Movement (PNM) has ever condemned the Sanatan Dharma Maha Sabha (SDMS) for its position on child marriage.

Imbert: UNC allegations on refinery RFP process spurious, baseless

What will happen to my child?
It is highly advised that parents and caregivers start planning today. No matter how healthy or how young you are, planning early will give you some peace of mind. Maureen Beenie, founder of the Autism Awareness Centre, advises parents and caregivers to make plans so that things can continue as consistently as possible to avoid sudden changes in the child's life.

Covid19 update: 4 dead, 227 newly infected
Covid19 claimed four more lives, and 227 new infections were reported bringing the covid19 death toll to date to 3,916.

Dance choreographer, teacher, scholar Gregor Breedy dies
Breedy started dancing in 1990 at the Trinidad East Indian Dance Company, under Rajkumar Krishna Persad, before being asked to join the Barataria Best Village Group by Felix Harrington.

Woman murdered in Mausica
The woman was at home at about 7 pm on Sunday with 27-year-old Romario Beggs of Waterhole, Cocorite when they saw a man dressed in black walking on the side of the wall. The man walked into the yard and opened fire Dalipsingh and Beggs.

'Krysis' killed in Enterprise, but relatives say he was no gang member
Avinash ôKrysis" Seepersad, who police had described years ago as the leader of the Unruly Isis gang in Enterprise, Chaguanas, was shot dead at around midnight on Sunday.

Home attack on former UWI lecturer, family
At the time Rai, his wife and two daughters were at their home along Henry Street, El Dorado, when they heard water running from a tap outside. One of the daughters went to turn the tap off; however, she was confronted by a masked man armed with a hammer.

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