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A recipe for disaster
Posted: Tuesday, July 18, 2023

George: PM's money for 'vetted units' a recipe for disaster
"It actually can be a recipe for disaster and create a rich and fecund feeding ground for even greater corruption within the service.

"With persons seeking to doctor the books, to fix the records to jockey for positions within this supposed specialised unit because your motivation then is money."

...More patrols planned for hotspots

Cops: No to vetted units, leave us out of politicking

'Don't just target cops'
...Dickson: Test everybody for integrity

Guyana President outlines position on Russia-Ukraine war

Independents have concerns
THE majority of Independent senators yesterday expressed concerns over the Procurement amendments which will be debated in emergency sittings of the House of Representatives and Senate this week.

Schools Boards to challenge TSC's teacher recruitment policy in court
High Court Judge Westmin James yesterday granted leave to the Presbyterian Church of T&T (PCTT) and the Presbyterian Primary Schools Board of Education (PPSBE) to file for Judicial Review against the Teaching Service Commission (TSC).

This is for its failure to appoint teachers recommended by the Board and interviewed by the Ministry of Education, and for changing the recruitment process for primary school teachers in government-assisted schools.

Gary wants to woo COP voters
As he made his maiden speech on the platform of a United National Congress (UNC) meeting for this year's local government election on Saturday night, leader of the National Transformation Alliance (NTA) Gary Griffith said he was being strategic and tactical and they can be afforded victory. The NTA has joined with the UNC for the local government election.

Darryl Smith to represent T&T in US and Canada
Fired as Sport Minister in 2018...

Haynes: Schools seek 'donations' because ministry mismanages $$ allocations
Recently, there have been debates on social media on student registration fees at schools, after one post claimed a popular secondary school in south Trinidad has a registration fee of $3,000.

Govt extends deadline for workers to move to TTRA

Homes of THA officials searched as voice note probe widens

Third case of Monkeypox recorded
The Ministry of Health (MOH) has discovered a third case of the Monkeypox (Mpox) virus was confirmed via laboratory testing earlier today. The patient is a young adult male with a recent travel history.

Lawyers line up to defend woman accused of severing man's hand

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