The State Funeral for former President, Professor George Maxwell
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A strong need to hear from the stakeholders on the cause of school violence prompted Friday's Joint Select Committee on Social Services and Public Administration's meeting with representatives from the Ministry of Education and the Trinidad and Tobago Police Service.

A 19 year old San Juan man was shot and killed on Friday morning.


Prime Minister Dr. Keith Rowley was a bit late for Parliament on Friday, prompting the Opposition to express concern about his willingness to answer their questions.

Prison officer shot dead at home


Police are continuing investigations into the murder of a member of the Protective Services.

The Minister of National Security, Retired Major General Edmund Dillon, is strongly condemning the brazen murder of prison officer Fitzalbert Victor on Monday morning.

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