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MINISTER in the Ministry of the People and Social Development Vernella Alleyne-Toppin yesterday issued an apology for remarks made in Parliament about rape and the lineage of Opposition Leader Dr Keith Rowley.

PUBLIC Relations Officer (PRO) of the People’s National Movement (PNM) Faris Al-Rawi yesterday said the party stands ready to answer all the questions posed by Minister in the Ministry of the People and Social Development Vernella Alleyne-Toppin.

PNM Senator Faris Al Rawi yesterday declined to state how Director of the Police Complaints Authority (PCA) David West became involved as a defence witness on behalf of Opposition Leader Dr Keith Rowley, citing legal responsibilities.

Rage continues to spread across Tobago over Tobago East MP and Minister in the Ministry of People and Social Development Vernella Alleyne-Toppin’s rape remarks during Government’s no-confidence motion against Opposition Leader Dr Keith Rowley on Wednesday.

THREE Government Ministers yesterday distanced themselves from the rape remarks made by Minister in the Ministry of Social Development, Tobago East MP Vernella Alleyne-Toppin.

THE ORGANISATION described as the Network of NGOs for the Advancement of Women yesterday expressed shock over the remarks of Tobago East MP Vernella Alleyne-Toppin in Parliament on Wednesday, saying rape was not an issue to be used for political gain.

Excitement over visiting their spiritual homeland has turned to sadness and mourning for members of the Spiritual Baptists Diaspora in New York, after they learned that the spiritual head of their delegation died unexpectedly at the Arima Health Facility yesterday afternoon.

VISIT religious institutions more often instead of bars, advised a Hindu priest, who yesterday called on mourners and the country by extension, to get closer to God.

HUNDREDS of residents of Felicity filled the streets yesterday as they attended the funeral services of two accident victims — cousins Suresh “Rishi” Nanan, 34, and Luke “Fuzzy”Walters, 23.

THE first ever Bailey bridge costing $1.5 million was successfully completed over the Matelot River on Monday night. The pleas for a bridge across the Matelot River for the last 50-plus years by villagers of Matelot have come to realisation, and all are very pleased and happy.

WOMEN who have broken the gender barrier in TT’s military and protective services were honoured by Reema Carmona — wife of President Anthony Carmona — for their achievements but also cautioned to “always remember” their families while pursuing career goals.



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