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Former Law Association head Martin Daly, SC, has welcomed Integrity Commission chairman Zainool Hosein’s decision to resign as head of the Retired Judges’ Association. Hosein, who was sworn in on F
Chanting and bearing placards, teachers protested yesterday outside the Office of the Chief Personnel Officer, St Vincent Street, Port-of-Spain, demanding salary increases. Spokesman for the group
When you enter his home studio in Diego Martin, the first thing that strikes you are the Buddhas.
Residents of the Paria, Brasso Seco and surrounding areas yesterday were promised an increased police presence, help to set up a youth club and professional counselling by acting Commissioner of Po
This week, David Shim writes about how he became an Alta volunteer less than three months ago, and the steps it took to serve as a reading guide.
A new home for boys was opened on Nelson Street yesterday, eight years after the home’s first building was destroyed by fire in 2007. The Credo Drop-In and Residential Development Centre officially
I’m a feminist. Feminists are rare in Trinidad, I’m told, although I tend to disagree.
Legal arguments once again led to the adjournment of the murder trial of business-woman Vindra Naipaul-Coolman. The issues which arose last week and were addressed in part, once again reared their
Part 1 of this survey, by president of the Pundits’ Parishad Bhadase Seetahal Maharaj, served as a preamble to facilitating an understanding of the context of Hindus in Trinidad.
JENSEN LA VENDE and KALIFA CLYNE
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