• Reports emerged yesterday that contractors who worked on a retaining wall at the Morvant Laventille Secondary School had been shot at. Reports indicated that teachers had not turned up for duties because of safety fears. According to Minister of Education Dr. Tim Gopeesingh work on the wall at the school had been hindered, leading to the closure at the Institution. In an interview with News Power Now this morning, President of the Trinidad and Tobago Unified Teachers Association Devanand Sinanan assured that [ Read More ]
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  • A team has been appointed to lead the investigation on the Dana Seetahal murder case. In May this year Ms Seetahal was ambushed and shot to death inside her sports utility vehicle in Woodbrook. Former lead investigator on the case Assistant Commissioner of Police Wayne Dick left on extended vacation leave last Friday. Deputy Commissioner of Police for crime Glenn Hackett said the team appointed was already involved in the case. CLICK TO PLAY AUDIO DCP Hackett added that all information gathered by ACP dick was [ Read More ]

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  • Public Relations Officer of the People’s National Movement, Faris Al Rawi says while his party has distinguished itself as one that seeks the best interest of the people of Trinidad and Tobago, the People’s Partnership Government has failed miserably in dealing with the very serious issue of crime. Mr. Al Rawi speaking during an interview this morning said, the PNM can point to a track record where the detection and conviction rate surpassed that of the People’s Partnership Government. CLICK TO [ Read More ]

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