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Thursday, August 13, 2020

Duke: Farley to run for Chief Secretary in next THA elections

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Political leader of the People’s Democratic Patriots (PDP), Watson Duke, broke his social media silence on Thursday August 13, to reveal that he had met with his two THA minority colleagues following the party’s defeat in Monday’s General Elections.

Prisons Commissioner clears air on Ali move

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Prisons Commissioner Dennis Pulchan has cleared up the misconception about the transfer of inmate Rajaee Ali from Remand Yard in Maximum Security Prison (MSP) to Building 13, after allegations were levelled against him by the Waajihatul Islaamiyyah (The Islamic Front), in a media release on Thursday.

Regional rights body condemns attack on Venezuelan teen

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The Caribbean Centre for Human Rights (CCHR) has issued a condemnation of the recent attack on a Venezuelan teenager, noting that such violence is a grave violation of her human rights.

Eight arrested in major drug bust in Central

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Eight persons were arrested yesterday after more than $94 million in marijuana were seized in Central Trinidad.

Fired! Ramsaran acts against employee involved in ‘reprehensible’ post

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Ramsaran Dairy Products has dismissed the employee responsible for racist Facebook posts that had created public outcry against the company.

Massy Stores pulls Ramsaran products, 10,000 sign boycott petition

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Massy Stores has confirmed that it has pulled all Ramsaran products off its shelves as a result of a post by the...

PNM wins popular vote

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The preliminary results of the General Election, released by the Elections and Boundaries Commission (EBC), shows the PNM winning the popular vote....

EBC releases preliminary election results

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The Elections and Boundaries Commission has released the preliminary results of the August 10, 2020 General Election. The following...

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Fired! Ramsaran acts against employee involved in ‘reprehensible’ post

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Ramsaran Dairy Products has dismissed the employee responsible for racist Facebook posts that had created public outcry against the company.

Massy Stores pulls Ramsaran products, 10,000 sign boycott petition

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Massy Stores has confirmed that it has pulled all Ramsaran products off its shelves as a result of a post by the...

PNM wins popular vote

The preliminary results of the General Election, released by the Elections and Boundaries Commission (EBC), shows the PNM winning the popular vote....

EBC releases preliminary election results

The Elections and Boundaries Commission has released the preliminary results of the August 10, 2020 General Election. The following...

Supermarkets Association calls for boycott of Ramsaran products

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The Supermarkets Association has called for a boycott of Ramsaran products as a result of racist comments by one of their employees...

CMO: COVID-19 spike coming

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A spike in COVID-19 cases is imminent within the coming days following recent movement and non-adherence to the public health guidelines, Chief Medical Officer Dr Roshan Parasram predicted, during a Ministry of Health press conference on Wednesday morning.
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Driver chased after, gunned down in Wallerfield

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A 42-year-old man of Arima was followed into the Wallerfield area by gunmen who opened fire on him killing him on the...
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Latest loss puts Kamla under pressure

Opposition leader Kamla Persad-Bissessar seems likely to face yet another battle for the reins of her party following another defeat by the People’s National...

Dr Rowley considered not running for 2020 General Election

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Natalie Legore spoke to Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley on the Morning Brew. He says he is looking over the horizon for...
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Statement from Ramsaran’s Dairy Products

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It is with a heavy heart that the Ramsaran’s Dairy Products family addresses below the recent damaging and offensive comments posted on social media...

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