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The recent violent slaying of young policewoman, Nyasha Joseph, has opened up a window on a range of domestic abuse – from the emotional to the physical – being experienced by officers, both female and male, in the Police Service.

Police are expected to approach Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP) Roger Gaspard today with circumstantial evidence in relation to the gruesome killing of Woman Police Constable Nyasha Joseph.

How does a family member break the news to a young child that his or her parent has died, more so tragically? This is the dilemma being faced by the relatives of late Woman Police Constable Nyasha Joseph as they prepare to honour the young officer’s life at her funeral service, scheduled for later this week.

A FORMER People’s National Movement minister and a former People’s Partnership minister have both called on Finance Minister Colm Imbert to state exactly what the $1.7 billion from the Heritage and Stabilisation Fund (HSF) will be spent on.

Education Minister Anthony Garcia and ministry officials will tomorrow visit Mayaro Secondary School where four female students involved in beating another schoolgirl have been suspended.

In celebration of the 100th anniversary of the abolition of indentureship, India’s Secretary in the Ministry of External Affairs & Overseas Indian Affairs, Shri Dyaneshwar Mulay has advised people of Indian origin to reconnect with their ancestral country.

A prison chaplain is calling for the conversion of convicted killers, not their execution.

A lively discussion on Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Questioning/Gender Queer, Intersex, Asexuality (LGBTQIA) rights took place yesterday at the Hilton Trinidad, St Ann’s.

They enter Trinidad and Tobago by the hundreds: refugees and asylum seekers from some of the world’ most troubled countries. But their new lives, although heaven when compared with their respective homelands, aren’t for the most part easy. In many situations, they are exploited and underpaid.

The cultural exchange with Cuba and Success Laventille Secondary School has had numerous benefits, not only for the school, but for the students and nation as a whole.

EVEN AT the very end Derek Walcott yearned to explore new things.



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