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A $600m campus
Posted: Sunday, October 29, 2023

A $600m campus, but where are the students?
12 years later, UWI Debe Campus remains empty

$100M … gets more jobs under Works Ministry

Cops, revellers praise J'Ouvert in Tobago

$1m for 20 unusable wooden ladders
Call for probe into spending on TTFS equipment...

Over $10m in meds quarantined in Trincity
"The inspectors also seized 14,227 pharmaceutical items, which were found to be unregistered and therefore not allowed to be sold in Trinidad and Tobago. These items were estimated to be valued at over $1.5 million," the police statement.

'New avenue for the people'
Judgment in Sat Maharaj's legal challenge to sedition laws...

Privy Council sedition ruling a win for media and free speech in T&T—Maharaj

T&T's shrinking middle class
"WHEN the rice finishes, we make dumplings."

Joy as school dropout finally back in a classroom
After waiting for more than a year on a school transfer, 15-year-old dropout Rehana Badaloo has finally been placed in a classroom.

'Dance Beryl Dance' to mark Little Carib Theatre anniversary
THE Little Carib Theatre and Folk House celebrates their 75th anniversary with a Gala Fundraiser, "Dance Beryl Dance" on Saturday, November 4, 2023, at 6 p.m., in tribute to late dance legend Beryl McBurnie, who established the theatre in 1948.


Police share tickets in Tobago, defend crackdown
With a 600 per cent year-on-year increase in road traffic deaths in the Tobago Division for 2023, Commissioner of Police, Earla Harewood-Christopher deployed aspecial traffic enforcement unit from the Traffic and Highway Patrol Branch, to conduct road traffic enforcement exercises and assist with traffic management in Tobago.

Only 24 names on sex offenders website
...'But citizens should regard registry as a success'

Psychologists give their views – Is Trinidad and Tobago becoming more angry?
The police service said of the 473 murders in TT for 2023 so far, six per cent were the result of altercations, four per cent were part of domestic violence situations, and nine per cent were acts of revenge. Murder/suicides remain a part of TT's crime landscape, road-rage incidents have led to death in at least two cases in 2023, and school fights continue to be broadcast on social media.

Dr Nadira Rambocas champions fight against period poverty
Dr Nadira Rambocas is at the forefront of the battle against period poverty and is committed to advocating for legislative changes that would ensure the provision of at least one free pack of 18-24 sanitary pads per month for all women of reproductive age in Trinidad and Tobago.

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