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PRIME Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar yesterday announced Government will file a second motion of censure against Opposition Leader Dr Keith Rowley which will this time see him face the possibility of a suspension from the House of Representatives.

PRIME Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar yesterday said no one will jumbie her into prematurely announcing a date for the general election, as she once more promised it will be held when due this year.

MINISTER of Foreign Affairs Winston Dookeran is today due to receive a report on the question of whether any nationals have been affected by the devastating earthquake and aftershock which this weekend rocked Nepal claiming more than 2,500 lives.

Former prime minister Basdeo Panday yesterday said there must be a referendum with the people of Trinidad and Tobago on if the British Privy Council should be abolished.

A FEW of the approximately 30 Trinidadians who have left this country to fight for terrorist groups abroad have been killed, reports former national security minister Gary Griffith.

Men are victims of domestic violence too, Acting Commissioner of Police Stephen Williams said yesterday, calling for more support for abused males.

Roman Catholic Auxiliary Bishop Robert Llanos told an overflowing congregation at La Divina Pastora Parish Roman Catholic Church, Siparia, to aspire to unity in their homes and in society. Llanos made the remarks yesterday at the Feast of La Divina Pastora or the Divine Shepherdess.

Habitat for Humanity of Trinidad and Tobago and its networks of volunteers have begun the process of getting financial help for those affected by the 7.8-magnitude earthquake, which struck Nepal last Saturday.

Marissa Rudal is one step closer to owning a home after an eight-year wait.

Saying that increased access to higher education in the Caribbean region is critical to its advancement, Dr Robin Maraj has challenged new graduates of the School of Business and Computer Science Ltd (SBCS) to align their goals with that of national development.



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