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  • MSJ: Permanent work necessary for stable country
    by Clint Chan Tack on July 1, 2022 at 11:30 pm

    THE Movement for Social Justice (MSJ) is calling on Government to do what it can to ensure there are sustainable jobs in Trinidad and Tobago. MSJ political leader David Abdulah made this call during a virtual news conference on Friday. "Permanent work is absolutely necessary for a stable and growing economy and society." Reiterating the party's […]

  • Crown Prince set for fourth straight win
    by Joel Bailey on July 1, 2022 at 11:29 pm

    CROWN PRINCE is set to register his fourth straight win on Saturday, when the Arima Race Club (ARC) stages its Race Day 12 at the Santa Rosa Park, Arima. The three-year-old, trained by John O’Brien, will be ridden by Brian Boodramsingh in the sixth and final race of the day, for three-year-olds and over rated 60-45, over a distance of 1,750 […]

  • 'Significant decline' in Tobago's SEA performances
    by Corey Connelly on July 1, 2022 at 11:29 pm

    THA Secretary of Education, Research and Technology Zorisha Hackett says there has been a significant decline in Tobago’s students' performance in this year’s Secondary Entrance Assessment (SEA) examination. At a news conference hosted by the division on Friday, hours after the results were released, Hackett congratulated the island’s 984 […]

  • Stakeholders welcome scrapping of SEA top performers list
    by Sean Douglas on July 1, 2022 at 11:29 pm

    STAKEHOLDERS basically welcomed the decisions by Education Minister Gadsby-Dolly to scrap the annual list of SEA top pupils and to order 9,000 low-scoring pupils to attend remedial classes in the vacation. However Sanatan Dharma Maha Sabha head Vijay Maharaj reserved comment. Catholic Education Board CEO Sharon Mangroo told Newsday "Both are […]

  • Duke to act in Chief Secretary’s absence
    by Kinnesha George on July 1, 2022 at 11:29 pm

    THA Chief Secretary Farley Augustine will spend the weekend in Barbados. A press release from the Office of the Chief Secretary on Friday said Augustine will spend his birthday in Barbados with his wife. They were expected to leave on Friday evening, returning on Sunday. The release noted that “the private trip is not paid for by the state.” […]

  • Vandalised WASA Siparia booster station repaired
    by Laurel V Williams on July 1, 2022 at 9:27 pm

    Repairs at the Water and Sewerage Authority (WASA) booster station at Thick Village in Siparia were completed on Friday, restoring water supply to affected customers in parts of Siparia and Penal. Vandals destroyed an electricity pole and stole electrical cables from the booster station overnight on Wednesday, disabling it. Over 20,000 customers […]

  • Renovations at Little Tobago almost complete
    by Newsday Reporter on July 1, 2022 at 9:10 pm

    Come August, bird enthusiasts, tour operators and explorers can again settle in to their favourite haven as renovations on the temporary jetty facility at Little Tobago Bird Sanctuary is approximately 80 per cent complete. The Division of Quarries, Infrastructure and Urban Development said the contractor, Mackrill and Associates Ltd, is working […]

  • Police investigate deaths of three men
    by Jensen La Vende on July 1, 2022 at 9:09 pm

    POLICE are investigating the deaths of three men in separate incidents in St James, Valencia and Sangre Grande between Thursday night and Friday afternoon. In the most recent, police said Wade Parris of Belle Vue, Long Circular, St James, was liming near the Long Circular Community Centre when a gunman shot him and ran off. Parris was taken to […]

  • 203 new covid19 cases, one new death
    by Laurel V Williams on July 1, 2022 at 9:09 pm

    The Health Ministry reported one new covid-related death and 203 additional covid19 cases as of Friday afternoon. The fatality was an elderly woman who had multiple comorbidities. This brings the total number of covid19-related deaths to 4,012. The ministry's 4 pm update said the additional cases were from samples taken between June 28 and 30. The […]

  • DNA results needed after deadly Gasparillo house fire
    by Laurel V Williams on July 1, 2022 at 9:09 pm

    Police have taken DNA samples from relatives of three of four family members who died as a result of Saturday's fire in Gasparillo. Evelina Miller, 74, her five-year-old granddaughter Amy Chattergoon and Tender Grant, 22, the pregnant girlfriend of her grandson Tre Chattergoon, were burnt beyond recognition on Saturday. Grant was six months […]

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