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Attire worn in public engagements by the wife of President Anthony Carmona has become the centre of a legal storm surrounding the Office of the President and local firebrand comedienne and radio personality, Rachel Price.

PRIME Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar yesterday said Government stands in solidarity with the Canadian government following shootings at Parliament Hill, the National War Memorial and a Mall in Ottawa, Canada yesterday.

AFTER the World Health Organisation (WHO) declared Nigeria to be Ebola-free for the past 42 days, Government yesterday announced it has lifted a ban on nationals of that West African nation entering this country.

CALYPSO pioneer McArtha “Calypso Rose” Lewis, 74, had her life’s work recognised yesterday by the award of an honorary doctorate by the University of the West Indies (UWI), St Augustine at the campus’s annual graduation ceremony at the Sport and Physical Education Centre (SPEC).

PRESIDENT Anthony Carmona condemned persons who use the Internet to denigrate others, an hour after the Office of the President confirmed legal action against radio host, Rachel Price, for alleged defamation of his wife, Reema.

MAKE Carnival a Trinbagonian thing and let the show go on. This is the suggestion coming from one of the country’s leading Carnival promoters Randy Glasgow, on what to do about Carnival 2015 if the Ebola threat persists.

PHILANTHROPIST and co-founder of Living Water Community, Rhonda Mary Maingot, yesterday encouraged University of the West Indies (UWI), St Augustine, graduands to be their brother’s keeper.

Valedictorian for the Faculty of Science and Technology in the University of the West Indies (UWI), St Augustine, Ethan Wyke yesterday encouraged his fellow graduates to persevere with their ideas even if they face opposition.



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