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CHIEF Justice Ivor Archie has taken aim at laws allowing minors to be married on religious grounds, saying citizens cannot speak about child rights when minors are allowed to marry.

Two men, one of them a policeman, died in separate accidents overnight Friday, even as speed guns to track down speeding drivers are due to take effect from tomorrow.

Derron Sandy is making a living from talking.

THE DISCUSSION about abortion and the Zika virus, which is linked to the congenital condition microcephaly, continued yesterday with chairman of the Equal Opportunities Commission Lynette Seebaran-Suite saying that it is legal to abort a child if the mother has the virus.

CHIEF Justice Ivor Archie has responded to the petition by Roman Catholic Archbishop Joseph Harris to free remand prisoners who have been behind bars longer than the maximum prison term they could potentially receive, saying that it is a human rights issue but there must be balance as not all crimes are “victimless”.

Police Constable Anthony ‘Rambo’ Ramsawaksingh, 54, died instantly on Friday night in a vehicular accident at Chaguanas while on his way to drop off a Canadian friend at the Piarco International Airport.

The ritual of a Friday night lime turned sour for scores of patrons hanging out on Rust Street and Ariapita Avenue in Port-of-Spain as officers of the Environmental Police Unit (EPU), during a surprise visit, shut down three popular bars.

Criminologist Prof Ramesh Deosaran yesterday proposed a revamping of the education system to ensure that students are afforded a broader range of opportunities to achieve their full potential, particularly in Government secondary schools.

Zakirah Hinds, the teenager who was shot in the foot during a gun attack in Maloney, two weeks ago, wants criminals to put their guns down and “develop a conscience.” “I don’t think there is anybody or anything on their own that can deal with this crime situation. The criminals themselves have to make a conscious decision,” she said yesterday durin(...)

President Anthony Carmona said while this country has been burdened with climate change, human and drug trafficking and encroaching underdevelopment, endless sessions of regional talking have not been productive amounting at times to diplomacy without action.

Point Fortin has crowned its queen.

The Malick Folk Performing Company yesterday held a Youth March and Cultural Rally against the violence and abuse that has been taking place in the country.

The Black Caucus Movement (BCM) will today host Own Your Own, a major socio-economic extravaganza aimed at encouraging persons of African origin to take control of their destinies.



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