ASJA general secretary Rahimool Hosein, second from left, speaks to the media during yesterday’s press conference in response to the New Zealand terrorist attack. Looking on from left is Imam Kazim Ali, ASJA PRO Raffaic Mohammed and ASJA spiritual guide Mohammed Asrarul Haque.
Kristian De Silva
While the Waajihatul Islaamiyyah (The Islamic Front) wants police protection at all local mosques, the Anjuman Sunnat ul Jamaat (ASJA) says this is not necessary.
This squatter’s house is built among pine trees in the State’s forest reserve in Laurel Hill, Arouca.
Over the past 32 years, almost every part of Trinidad’s Northern Range has been set to burn by man, killing millions of trees, animals and destroying vital forest cover.
A police officer with a German Shepherd from the Canine Unit takes part in a manhunt for gunmen who opened fire on residents of Seaview Hill, Carenage, around midday yesterday.
Rapid gunfire over and through the forested hills of Seaview in Carenage yesterday sent residents scampering for their lives.
Labour and Small Enterprise Development Ministry PS., (AG) Natalie Willis right answers questions during joint select committee on Human rights and diversity on the inquiry into sexual harassment in the workplace, at the A.N.R. Robinson Room, Wrighston Road, Port-of-Spain, yesterday. At left Employers Consultative Association interim CEO Stephaine Fingal.
Sexual harassment in the workplace has been under-reported for myriad reasons including since workers—particularly youths and women— fear job loss.
Acting Chief Labour Relations Officer of the Labour and Small Enterprise Development Ministry, Sabina Gomez, right, answers questions during the joint select committee on Human Rights and Diversity’s inquiry into sexual harassment in the workplace, yesterday. At left is Employers Consultative Association Chairman Keston Nancoo. Labour and Small Enterprise Development Ministry Deputy Permanent secretary Kevar Williams is at centre.
Women are not always the victim in sexual harassment issues since some can entice employers with promised sexual attention to get favourable treatment, says Joint Select Committee member Hazel Thompson-Ahye.
Geologists Phillip Farfan and Shantelle Hughes after they were rescued on Friday.
Two geologists who got lost in the Tamana forest on Thursday were rescued on Friday by a joint team of police and soldiers.
Formerly homeless student Dylan Chidick of Jersey City and his Mother Khadine Phillip.
He migrated from this country at a young age and has been dominating headlines in the United States after he was accepted into not one, not two…not even three but 17 universities.
Justice Carol Gobin
Concerns have been raised over a decision to appoint a former law enforcement officer, who is being investigated in an alleged plot to assassinate a former friend of Chief Justice Ivor Archie, to a senior position within the Judiciary.
Court Executive Administrator Master Christine-Anne Morris-Alleyne, left, reads documents during the Joint Select Committee on Finance and Legal Affairs at Parliament, Port-of-Spain, yesterday. Also in the photo are Deputy Court Administrator Recarb Ali, right, Children Court Administrator Carlene Cross and Deputy Court Executive Administrator, Family and Children Division Wendy Lewis-Callender.
Anger management issues have been identified as one of the root causes of the high rate of juvenile offending in this country.
An officer conducts the smooth flow of traffic as members of the Trinidad and Tobago Fire Services Association along with members of the Point Fortin and environs community protest outside the old Fire Station in Point Fortin yesterday.
Kristian De Silva
While Point Fortin fire officers staged a protest over deplorable working conditions, residents from the Southwestern peninsula signed a petition calling for a fire tender to be placed in the Cedros security complex.
Members of the Fire Services Association along with members of the Point Fortin and environs community protest outside the old Fire Station in Point Fortin yesterday.
Kristian De Silva
With major oil and gas assets surrounding the Borough of Point Fortin, fire officers believe that if a major disaster occurs, they will not be able to adequately respond given their lack of resources.