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The People's National Movement have completed their screening for the 14 regional corporations ahead of the 2016 Local Government Elections.

While the party still has to announce the candidates for 30 electoral districts, to complete its slate, Party Chairman Franklin Khan said it should be completed soon.

Vice President of the All Tobago Fisherfolk Association, Mr. Curtis Douglas, has been announced as one of the Candidates to contest the 2017 THA elections on a Progressive Democratic Patriots ticket.

The family of Carla Achalal, the woman who suffocated and died when bandits robbed her family home, calls for the forgiveness of those responsible.

Sunday, 18 September 2016 22:26

MSJ Intervenes In Morne Coco Road Land Dispute

The Movement for Social Justice intervenes in a land dispute in Diego Martin. They now intend to write the Commissioner of Police claiming bias from a senior police officer.
 
The land at the center of the dispute is in Morne Coco Road and involves an Aboud businessman.
 

One cultural activist is calling for a new board of the National Trust of Trinidad and Tobago to be installed to protect the history and culture of this country.

President of the Artists' Coalition of Trinidad and Tobago Rubadiri Victor spoke to C News just one day after the home of the late local dance icon Beryl Mc Burnie was demolished.

Opposition Leader Kamla Persad-Bissessar is also against the abolition of the Trial By Jury system. On Saturday the Political Leader of the United National congress told her membership a national consultation is necessary.

The Prime Minister Dr. Keith Rowley launches his first book - his memoir: Mason Hall to White Hall. He hopes by it the nation would get to know and understand him.

Minister of Education Anthony Garcia assures that discussions being held on the dress code of teachers with stakeholders are not to punish teachers but to regulate professional behaviour across schools in the country.

Maracas Valley/St. Joseph residents are against a second quarry in their community.

Maracas/Santa Margarita Councillor Martin Gonzales says the future of the environment is critical for the residents.

Sunday, 18 September 2016 18:58

Volunteers Clean Beaches In Tobago

More cleanup activities took place on the beaches on Sunday.

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