Day: July 1, 2022

'Significant decline' in Tobago's SEA performances

THA Secretary of Education, Research and Technology Zorisha Hackett says there has been a significant decline in Tobago’s students’ performance in this year’s Secondary Entrance Assessment (SEA) examination. At a news conference hosted by the division on Friday, hours after the results were released, Hackett congratulated the island’s 984 students for “exhibiting high levels of […]

Cox, Hinds to clamp down on grants to those with dual citizenship

News Nicholas Bayley 10 Hrs Ago Minister of Social Development and Family Services Donna Cox and Minister of National Security Fitzgerald Hinds. Photo courtesy Nicholas Bayley The Ministry of Social Development and Family Services, in collaboration with the Ministry of National Security, is seeking to clamp down on people with dual citizenship applying for social grants. […]

Police make arrests after anti-vaccine mandate army reservist leads march into Ottawa

Police arrested four people in downtown Ottawa Thursday after a Canadian army reservist previously charged for speaking out against COVID-19 vaccine requirements led a procession into the city and delivered a speech on “freedom” to a rapt crowd of about 1,200 supporters. James Topp was charged in February with two counts of conduct to the prejudice […]

CoP was misled on purpose

News Darren Bahaw 7 Hrs Ago Pallbearers carry the coffin of their colleague Clarence Gilkes, 44, at his funeral service on April 30. Gilkes was shot by a police officer on April 22. Photo by Jeff K Mayers The Police Complaints Authority has made damning findings against police officers of the Western Division involved in […]

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