The Tranquillity Government Primary School teacher who was accused of verbally and physically abusing students of her standard five class has been ordered by the Teaching Service Commission to cease and desist from work with immediate effect.
Education Minister Anthony Garcia made the announcement at a press conference on Friday where he said the teacher would be barred from work until investigations are completed.
The Law Association said yesterday that there was not enough evidence to back claims made by the Dean of the University of the West Indies Faculty of Law, Rose-Marie Belle Antoine, that legal fees are too high in Trinidad and Tobago.
However, Belle Antoine maintained her position made at the church service for the opening of the new law term on Monday adding that there was a lot more in her speech than just that.
A Tobago teenager charged with the offence of robbery with aggravation was sentenced to three years hard labour at the Youth Training Centre, by the Scarborough Children’s Court, yesterday.
The 17-year-old teen of Les Couteaux was sentenced by Justice Gail Gonzales, on September 19th, during a trial into the matter.
The teen was arrested on March 3rd, following a robbery incident which occurred on that same date at Spring Garden Trace, Scarborough.
Tears flowed from almost everyone that turned out at little Armani Mc Intyre's funeral on Friday.
A father who allegedly chopped his son during an argument has been granted bail on the condition that he moves out of his home.
Prospective lawyers from T&T, who completed their post-graduate qualifications in the United Kingdom, have been granted a lifeline in their bid to be called to the bar before the end of the year.
On Wednesday, Appellate Judge Prakash Moosai granted a stay of a recent judgement which struck down a law, which gave citizens with such qualifications a short-cut into the provision over Caricom nationals.