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FATE robbed 13-year-old Nyron Ramcharan of the three months given him by doctors to live when a tragic Eid holiday accident on the Uriah Butler Highway claimed his life along with his mother and father. Doctors had actually told the family that the boy’s kidneys including one given by his mother, were failing rapidly and he was not expected to sur(...)

ADVICE has been given to the Government so that Prime Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar, as head of Cabinet, can initiate legal action against directors of the Sport Company of TT (SPORTT) for breach of fiduciary duties relating to their role in awarding a multi-million dollar contract under the now defunct Life Sport programme.

A SECOND Petrotrin oil incident in the space of three days has raised the ire of residents living near Petrotrin’s Pointe-a-Pierre refinery as oil leaked into the Guaracara river, causing some residents to fall ill.

“One book; one pen; one child; one teacher; can change the world.” These words will go down in the history books with the young woman who uttered them, but they may go hand in hand with her famous words before she was shot in the forehead — “I am Malala.”

PRESIDENT of the Anjuman Sunnat ul Jamaat Association (ASJA) Yacoob Ali yesterday said there are laws in place to deal with men who beat their wives. No citizen in the country should hit another one, he insisted.

MINISTER in the Ministry of Gender, Youth and Child Development Raziah Ahmed revealed yesterday that from 2012 to 2013, there were 17,748 cases of family and domestic violence or 48.6 cases per day in one court, in a magisterial district in north Trinidad. However, she said these were the cases which reached courts as she observed domestic violence(...)



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