• Prime Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar

    Prime Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar and NIDCO Chairman Carson Charles

    When Cabinets meets today they will discuss whether or not Nigeria will remain of the list of countries whose national will be prevented from entering Trinidad and Tobago.

    Prime Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar disclosed this information yesterday.


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  • Three policemen have been granted $.3 million bail on allegations of armed robbery, kidnapping, assault and drug possession. PC Ainsley Gay of the Southern Division Task Force and 25- year- old Special Reserve Policemen Avinash Hajarie, along with 27 year old Jeremy Tenia of the Princes Town Praedial Larceny Squad appeared in the San Fernando Magistrates First Court on Monday. Gay was charged with armed robbery while the SRPs were jointly charged with two counts of misbehaviour in public office stemming from [ Read More ]

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  • Tertiary Education Minister, Fazal Karim News Power Now is told that progress is being made by the committee set up to review the Government Assistance Tuition Expenses Programme or GATE. Students can obtain financial assistance for tertiary-level education through GATE. The initiative funds cover 100 percent of tuition expenses for undergraduate students and up to 50 percent of tuition expenses, to a maximum of TT$10,000, for postgraduate students. Minister of Tertiary Education and Skills Training, Fazal [ Read More ]

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