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THIRTY-FOUR Venezuelans, among them 14 women, appeared in the Siparia Magistrates’ Court yesterday when each pleaded guilty for entering the Trinidad illegally. The foreigners appeared in the second court before magistrate Ava Vandenberg-Bailey who read that on unknown dates at unknown...
GUYANESE expatriates took to Alexandra Street in St Clair, outside the Guyanese High Commission yesterday to stage a protest against their ruling government. Protest co-ordinator attorney Randy Depoo told Newsday the protest was aimed at raising public awareness in TT of political issues affecting...
SIPARIA magistrate Margaret Alert denied bail to the parents of a two-month-old boy when they appeared before her yesterday jointly charged with having a gun and ammunition. It is alleged police found the loaded gun under a mattress in a baby crib on Monday at a house in Penal. Kalissa Guevarro, 18...
HOME economics is more than just creating a good home. This was the view expressed by International Federation for Home Economics (IFHE) president Dr Gwendolyn Hustvedt on Wednesday at a news conference at UWI’s St Augustine campus. The briefing was held to commemorate 2019 World Home...
A RETIRED postal office worker died after being knocked down by a marked police SUV yesterday while he tried to cross the Priority Bus Route (PBR) in Barataria. This road fatality took place three days after an Arima woman who was walking along the pavement in Diego Martin was knocked down and...
The annual Panyard Lenten Crusade presented by the Holy Rosary Parish, began Monday evening at the Massy Trinidad All Stars panyard, where scores of people from the parish, community and the band itself gathered for songs of praise and worship, as well as a homily by visiting Ghanian Deacon Alfred...
More girls than boys are now pursuing studies to become medical doctors. In fact the ratio at the medical schools in Jamaica and TT is as high as 2:1 according to UWI lecturer and honorary Consul for the Bahamas, Dr Monica Davis. Dr Davis made the observation to reinforce her point that science...
BOTH old people and children are dumped by family members at public hospitals, a disgusted Health Minister Terrence Deyalsingh told the House of Representatives. Children too are being deliberately made sickby their parents, who then dump them at hospitals for treatment,while they go and play mas...
THERE is no damage to the relationship between Trinidad and Tobago (TT) and the United States (US) over different views on the Venezuelan crisis, the Prime Minister told the House of Representatives yesterday. During PM’s Question Time, Princes Town MP Barry Padarath asked about any fallout from...
THE Prime Minister yesterday twice alluded his approval to the continuation in office of Wilfred Espinet as chairman of Paria Fuel Trading Company, replying to Questions to the Prime Minister in the House of Representatives. The question arose after Espinet had initially advocated Paria’s sale,...

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