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A 35-year-old Cunupia man who spent time in prison several years ago for kidnapping and also had convictions for possession of drugs was shot dead along with another man by unknown assailants yesterday.

THE ELECTIONS and Boundaries Commission (EBC) will be given a potentially wider window to conduct any runoff polls during a general election process under amendments passed in the Senate on Thursday night.

Mere hours after a split Senate passed an amended Constitution (Amendment) Bill 2014 — which now reverts to the Lower House to mull the changes — the Independent Liberal Party (ILP) yesterday filed a constitutional motion in the High Court against the measure.

THE 2014/ 2015 Budget will be “more or less” $60 billion, Prime Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar said yesterday as the Cabinet held a second Budget caucus ahead of the planned September 8 Budget presentation.

When the academic year begins on Tuesday, the students of the Arima Hindu Primary School will return to their termite-ridden classrooms.

Four new members to the Teaching Service Commission (TSC) were sworn in on Thursday, by President Anthony Thomas Aquinas Carmona at the swearing in ceremony in the Office of The President, St Ann’s.

Rat infestation, mosquito breeding grounds, leaking roofs, collapsing ceilings, exposed electrical lines, poor ventilation are just some of the many problems students and teachers at the Pleasantville Secondary School in south Trinidad will continue to face at the start of the new school term, which begins next week Tuesday.

Principal of St Barbara’s Spiritual Shouter Baptist Primary School in Maloney, Pamela Hunt was allowed to return to school yesterday.

Two days after delivering a still-born baby girl at the San Fernando General Hospital where she had been warded for special care prior to giving birth, first time mother Vishwanie Lal-Ramsingh, 25, remains at the institution.

OFFICIALS from the Ministry of the People and Social Development yesterday promised to investigate claims that a widower, who is caring for his 15-month-old son, was told he was not entitled to receive public assistance for the toddler.

MARABELLA residents affected by last month’s oil spill have renewed calls for State-owned Petrotrin to properly compensate them, saying the health effects were both short and long-term, hence it was better if someone with legal expertise spoke on their behalf to quantify compensation.



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