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November 22, 2017 Kent House, Maraval –On Monday we celebrated Universal Children’s Day, with the 2017 theme being “It’s a Kids Takeover!” In a fantastic show of just how powerful children can be, the Brownie Guides group of St. Peter’s Private Primary School, Pointe-a-Pierre and the WE Club of ASJA Girls’ College Tunapuna spearheaded separate donation drives in order to collect items for the less fortunate and persons who have been affected by flooding. Yesterday, they handed over items to the Ministry of Rural Development and Local Government for distribution in the affected areas.

In his 2018 Dry Season Outlook, Meteorologist Ean Wallace says it will be warmer than usual. 

Sunny spells and showers. 

Meteorologist Ean Wallace has the weather round-up for T&T and the region. 

The Presbyterian Secondary Schools' Board of Education says it is concerned about two separate incidents that have occurred at institutions which fall under its management and purview.

Children's Court Coming

A criminal court specifically for cases involving children is to be set up by the end of the year.

Stop Playing Politics With UTT

The Oilfields Workers’ Trade Union is not happy with the response by the University of Trinidad and Tobago as it relates to the plans for the institution and its workers.

Should the power of appointment of judges remain solely with the Judicial and Legal Service Commission?

NHSL Adds Two Helicopters To Fleet

The National Helicopter Services Limited unveiled the latest addition to its fleet at the Camden helipad on Wednesday.

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