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Dozens of people, gathered yesterday at Woodford Square, Port-of-Spain to protest Mayor Raymond Tim Kee’s statements that women have a responsibility to ensure they are not abused.

In a final farewell to slain Asami Nagakiya, band members of PCS Nitrogen Silver Stars walked from their panyard on Tragarete Road, Woodbrook, to the site where her body was found - at the western side of the Queen’s Park Savannah.

THE HEAD of the regional arm of the United Nations (UN) Entity for Gender Equality and the Empowerment of Women yesterday warned that it is essential for leaders to not convey the idea of impunity for acts of violence against women, stating surveys have disclosed that large numbers of teenaged girls and boys believe it is okay for violence to be pe(...)

Two and a half years after United States President Barack Obama nominated Laventille-born John L Estrada to be the new US Ambassador to Trinidad and Tobago, the 15th Sergeant Major of the Marine Corps was yesterday confirmed to the post by the US Senate.

The Japanese Embassy to Trinidad and Tobago has issued a warning for all Japanese nationals planning to visit the country, after the death of Asami Nagakiya, 30.

WHILE a protest was being staged outside City Hall in Portof- Spain in relation to the remarks of Port-of-Spain Mayor Raymond Tim Kee, a group of Trinidad and Tobago nationals resident in the United Kingdom staged a protest of their own outside of the Trinidad and Tobago High Commission at London.

A MIX-UP in the tabulation of scoresheets resulted in the wrong results being announced for Monday Nite Mas in Couva Carnival.

The man who. penned the calypso,. “The Letter”, which. saw a young Machel. Montano become a. Junior Calypso Monarch. many years ago. is no more. Renowned. Siparia musician Ashford. Joseph, 67, who. was blind, died on. Thursday at his home. in Santa Flora.

Dressed in white and purple robes, several altar servers, ranging in age from eight to 60, led a Stations of the Cross procession along Independence Square, Port-of-Spain late yesterday afternoon to mark the first Friday of Lent 2016.

The Education Ministry is embarking on a three-session consultation on education. The discussions are geared towards improving the education system.



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