• Fri 27th Nov 2015The authorities must step in to deal with increasing school violence before more serious injury is caused to students, teachers and others. This is according to Second Vice President of the Trinidad and Tobago Unified Teachers’ Association (TTUTA), Lynsley Doodha. He was referring to several videos that have been making the rounds recently on social media In one of the videos, two school children fought with what appeared to be a police officer, who after trying to break up the fight, was also beaten by the [ Read More ]
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  • Thu 26th Nov 2015Acting Prime Minister, Colm Imbert. The National Security Minister is instructed by Acting Prime Minister, Colm Imbert, to get involved in the ongoing probe surrounding the death of Carenage resident Brian Smith. His family claims that Smith was beaten before his alleged drowning. However, a senior Defence Force official reveals a different story from the residents into how Smith died. Reports indicate that the first autopsy done by the state revealed Smith died by drowning. Now there is word that a second [ Read More ]

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  • Fri 27th Nov 2015The Opposition fails in its bid to get two matters discussed in parliament as issues of urgent public importance. Couva North Member of Parliament, Ramona Ramdial, raised the first issue relating to the closure of 16 schools two months after the opening of the new term. CLICK TO LISTEN Couva North Member of Parliament, Ramona Ramdial Siparia Member of Parliament and former Prime Minister, Kamla Persad Bissessar, presented the second matter pertaining to economic challenges and how government is addressing [ Read More ]

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