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TT hosting Chinese entrepreneurs
Posted: Sunday, October 22, 2023

TT hosting Chinese entrepreneurs interested in tenanting Phoenix Park Industrial Estate
InvesTT is hosting a delegation of 10 Chinese entrepreneurs to Trinidad and Tobago from 18th 25th October, in collaboration with the Beijing Construction Engineering Group (BCEG).

Industrial Court Judge Elizabeth Solomon appointed as the new Assistant Secretary General of the Caribbean Community (Caricom).

Ramesh Lawrence Maharaj S.C.: "The law is supreme. Even if it's a Chief Justice or a Prime Minister or a President"
Maharaj said, "If the court is the guardian of the rights of the people, no one is above the law. The Law is supreme. The controversial matter concerned High Court judge Marcia Ayers-Caesar who said she was pressured by the JLSC (Judicial and Legal Service Commission), which is chaired by Chief Justice (CJ) Ivor Archie, to resign, and was told to sign a pre-prepared resignation letter or her appointment would be revoked by the President. There is a twenty-one (21) day window for the JLSC to appeal the matter to this country's highest court, the Judicial Committee of the Privy Council. Maharaj was the lead attorney for Ayers-Caesar. The Attorney General is said to be considering the options available.

Daly Bread: Thinking amphitheatre for pan
Going forward, what is required is an amphitheatre with a revolving stage for large scale pan and mas' related productions with more than one performers entrance into the arena and with an outer road around the amphitheatre to accommodate waiting bands, drums, equipment and costumes.

Dear Editor: The late BC Pires embodied the spirit of the Calypso Tent
The following Letter to the Editor on the passing of renowned columnist and satirist BC Pires was submitted to Wired868 by George Elias of Cascade

Noble: Are we all living pipe dreams, like Mahal, while T&T suffers?
Some invisible people get money. Some other invisible people get nothing. We are reliving the story of "The Tale of Two Cities". But we can stop the rot!

When will we get serious about public accountability? When will we see proper reviews of contracts entered into by government bodies? When will we bring campaign finance laws?

An average of Four Child sex abuse reports daily to Children's Authority from 2015-2023
The Children's Authority of Trinidad and Tobago is reporting a disturbing number of child abuse reports between May 2015 and September 2023. For that eight-year period, a total of 10,811 reports of child sexual abuse were made to the authority. Broken down it amounts to an average of 1,395 reports of child sexual abuse are made to the Children's Authority each year, which is an average of 3.8 or almost four reports on average daily. Almost all of the perpetrators are known to the victims.

Prisoner dies in Prison's custody and his family wants answers
The man arrested and charged in connection with the shooting incident in which the driver and daughter of the Deputy Prisons Commissioner Sherwyn Bruce were the targets and injured recently in Barataria has died under what has been described as mysterious circumstances and his family wants answers.

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