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Police go after predators
Posted: Monday, March 13, 2023

Police go after predators
THE Child Protection Unit of the Trinidad and Tobago Police Service (TTPS) is interested in investigating child predators and paedophile suspects who surfaced during a Sunday Express investigation over the past week.

Safe houses for victims
Hinds on human trafficking:

Brothels bring shame to Central community

Tancoo: Forex shortage is the cause of the crisis
OROPOUCHE West MP Davendranath Tancoo is accusing Finance Minister Colm Imbert of playing "word semantics" on the foreign exchange shortage.

Rowley 'gone rogue'

500 invitations for Kangaloo's inauguration
THE Office of the President is making 500 invitations to the inauguration of Christine Kangaloo as TT's seventh president available to members of the public on a first come, first serve basis.

Teachers deserve more than 4% pay increase

Beckles: Piarco solar farm progressing
The solar farm is managed by the Airports Authority. It will consist of ground-mounted solar panels installed over an area of 1.54 hectares with an annual generation capacity of 767,034 kilowatt-hours (kWh), which represents 3.6 per cent of the total amount of electricity consumed at the Piarco International Airport.

Get screened for colon cancer!
THE month of March is designated colon cancer awareness month. Otherwise known as colorectal cancer, colon cancer is cancer of the colon or rectum and is the third most common cancer worldwide. It is the second most common cancer in women and the third most common cancer in men, said gastroenterologist Dr Gina Sam.

Let's talk about Laproscopic Surgery
Minimally invasive surgery has advanced over the last 10 years. The improvements in the technology surrounding this modality of surgery has allowed us to push the limits of what can be beneficially offered to our patients. We are witnessing an era locally where we are able to offer this approach to surgery in Gynaecology for majority of conditions (cancers and non cancers) that is comparable to any developed nation.

Look after your health, Health Minister urges women

Deyalsingh denies exodus of local nurses

75 years of Little Carib Theatre on show at Nalis
In the month that will mark the 23rd anniversary of Beryl McBurnie's death (on March 30), there's an exhibition in the atrium of the National Library to commemorate her most famous and enduring creation, the Little Carib Theatre.

Blunt force trauma blamed for death
Fisherman's body back in T&T

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