A Mayo teenager, accused of breaking into 12 homes during a two-month period has been denied bail.
Brandon Thompson, who turned 18 in April was arrested on Saturday and charged with ten offences of housebreaking and larceny, two house breaking with intent, resisting arrest and escaping lawful custody.
When Senior Magistrate Cherril-Anne Antoine read the 14 charges to him in the San Fernando First Court, Thompson initially pleaded guilty to 11 of the house breaking charges.
Holy Name Convent has embarked on a school expansion drive to build more teaching spaces to ensure the rich legacy of the Dominican Sisters continues in its drive to educate the young women of Trinidad and Tobago.
Commenting on the school's rich tradition in education via a media release, chairman of the Building Veritas Fund, Ian Benjamin, explained, “We are proud of the tremendous heritage that Holy Name Convent has. Its physical space has proven to be a sacred space that allows our young women to blossom and grow in service.”
Minister of Community Development Culture and the Arts Dr Nyan Gadsby-Dolly has said that no subvention cheque has been made out to the Chaguaramas Military Museum but promises delivery as soon as requested funds are released.
On Monday, at the unveiling of a Bust of the museum’s founder and historian, the Late Lieutenant Commander Gaylord Kelshall, his wife Linda Kelshall and the vice president Brian Mitchell said that no subvention cheque was released to the museum and as a result had to cut its already small staff.
Oropouche East Member of Parliament, Dr Roodal Moonilal will face Parliament's Committee of Privileges on allegations he made regarding Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley surrounding A&V Oil and Gas Limited.
House Speaker, Bridgid Annisette-George ruled today that a prima facie case had been made.
Arouca Maloney MP, Camille Robinson-Regis had raised the matter last week Wednesday and the Speaker gave her ruling today.
The following is the Speaker's ruling.