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PRIME Minister Dr Keith Rowley yesterday summoned the executive of the TT Police Service, as well as all senior superintendents and all heads of sections to an impromptu meeting, in which he told the officers, “take charge of your divisions.”

AFTER $20 million spent in repairs, the National Academy for the Performing Arts (NAPA), Port-of-Spain, is now safe to occupy, with activities expected to resume soon, reporters learnt during a tour led by Udecott chairman, Noel Garcia, and Minister of Community Development, Dr Nyan Gadsby Dolly.

FORESTRY officer Keith Campbell will receive the Hummingbird Medal (Bronze) for gallantry at this year’s National Awards Ceremony which takes place at Queens Hall in St Ann’s from 7 pm tonight. Campbell, who died in March after being severely burnt in a bush fire off Lady Chancellor Road, St Ann’s, will posthumously receive this award for gallantry(...)

AFTER months of awaiting the arrival of cancer medication to treat this often life-threatening disease, the Ministry of Health has received some of the drugs needed to treat patients.

BURGESSES of the City of San Fernando are being urged to secure their dogs and other pets tonight to ensure their safety and comfort during a display of fireworks on San Fernando Hill.

PRESIDENT Anthony Carmona yesterday observed that “our patriotism must neither be selective, convenient nor transient.

STRAY and abandoned dogs in San Fernando are finally having their day in the city as a million dollar modern facility will be constructed to meet their needs.

FIREWORKS are a major part of Independence Day celebrations. Speaking with Newsday yesterday, officials from Firepower Fireworks said citizens are “always looking forward” to their displays at San Fernando Hill and the Queen’s Park Savannah.

AS he reflected on the longstanding friendship between TT and the People’s Republic of China, President Anthony Carmona suggested the possibility of students from this country being awarded scholarships to study disciplines such as medicine and engineering in China.



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