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Attorney General Faris Al Rawi said the Anti-Gang and Bail Amendment Acts are both under review at this time.

WHILE the rest of the country relaxed on the Indian Arrival weekend, a family in south Trinidad was rendered homeless in an arson attack on Saturday night following a domestic dispute.

Education Minister Anthony Garcia is asking teachers and students not to panic over the latest voice notes warning of a terrorist attack at the nation’s secondary schools.

CITIZENS of Trinidad and Tobago must be justifiably proud of our enviable ability to live together, in unity, under God, Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley lauded in his Indian Arrival Day message to the East Indian Community.

Sixth form students from across Trinidad and Tobago who are interested in journalism are to be connected and engaged by Newsday’s Youth Lens and Opinion (NYLO) education project, a new initiative this newspaper is launching today.

Chief executive officer of Trinjet Services and Industrial Maintenance, Macoya, and president of the Tunapuna Chamber of Commerce, David Edwards, said while calls were being made for the private sector to play a bolder role in the economy, the Chamber was not seeing where things were being put in place by the Government to facilitate this effort.

PRESIDENT Anthony Carmona has called for a reintroduction of the “Panchayat” system to resolve conflicts.

Senior Counsel Israel Khan will deliver the feature address at the National Council of Indian Culture (NCIC) commemoration of the 171st anniversary of Indian Arrival Day today at the NCIC’s Nagar in Chaguanas.

BUSINESSES in Central Trinidad’s malls were affected by recent hoax of bomb threats which saw three malls in north, east and south Trinidad being evacuated last week.

THERE will never be another hunger strike from environmental activist Dr Wayne Kublalsingh, but he vowed yesterday that he would continue the fight over the controversial San Fernando to Point Fortin Highway project.

SPURRED by the spirit of volunteerism and its corporate philosophy, RBC Royal Bank has decided to ‘adopt’ Belmont Government Primary School after the bank’s employees and family members cleaned and repainted the perimeter walls and other areas of the school on United Way’s National Day of Caring recently.

ANSA Merchant Bank Limited (AMBL) is highly optimistic about its future, yet is also prepared to partner with its clients in light of the economic lull facing TT, AMBL head, Gregory Hill, told Newsday recently, speaking after AMBL’s AGM at Tatil Building, St Clair.



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