Monthly Archives: June 2018
A gunman has opened fire at a local newspaper in Maryland, killing five people and wounding many more.
President of the Private Secondary Schools Association says some schools not willing to take students sent by Education Ministry
Meanwhile the Minister of Education says there is no real between his Ministry and private secondary schools, which accept S.E.A. students sent to them.
A riot at the Immigration Detention Centre in Arima.
The General Manager of Synergy TV confirms money issues was the reason for the channel being pulled off air.
The Minister of Education is advising medical graduates to seek employment abroad as it is becoming difficult to find jobs here.
A US judge has ordered that migrant children and their parents who were separated when they crossed into the US should be reunited within 30 days.
State-owned Educational Facilities Company Ltd narrowly escapes equipment being seized because of debt
State-owned Educational Facilities Company Ltd (EFCL) has narrowly escaped a move by a restaurant supply company to seize its equipment to clear a $700,000 debt.
Police say a chopping incident of over one week ago may have led to the murder of two men in Morvant.
A double homicide in Morvant.
Government says it’s within its right to raise 4 billion to follow through with Corporation Tax Amendment Bill
Government says it is within its rights to seek to raise 4 billion dollars to follow through with the Corporation Tax Amendment Bill.