UWI students await results

The Guild of Students at the University of the West Indies says the ongoing protest action by Lecturers is not the cause for the Semester Two 2014/2015 grades to be unavailable.

TCL repays its previous lenders

Claxton Bay:  Trinidad Cement Limited announces that all its previous lenders were repaid as of yesterday, May 14.

The Prime Minister says as a mother, and one who has experienced hardship, she will fight so that others will not have to experience the struggles she faced.

Over 205 people have collected nomination papers from the UNC's Headquarters ahead of the General Election.

Workers at the Lake Asphalt Plant in La Brea staged a lunchtime protest on Friday over longstanding wage negotiations and what they say are worrying health and safety issues not being addressed by the new Health, Safety and Environment Manager in charge.

Two people have appeared in court on two separate human trafficking incidents.

The Head of the Tobago Police Division, ACP Garfield Moore, says the day of total policing was "not normal" for the TTPS.

Grants to repair $100 HDC homes

Since the announcement by the Prime Minister that the Housing Development Corporation will sell homes for $100 to people renting HDC units for 30 plus years, many have expressed gratitude while others say such an initiative will not work.

The Leader of Government Business in the Lower House, Dr. Roodal Moonilal, says the absence of the People's National Movement MPs from the House of Representatives will not stop the passing of Bills to help the country move forward.

A Motion by Chaguanas West Member of Parliament Jack Warner to rescind the suspension of Opposition Leader Dr. Keith Rowley from the Parliament was shot down by House Speaker Wade Mark on Friday.

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