Suspension of 5 QRC students engages LGBTQI community

The video de­pict­ing stu­dents of Queen’s Roy­al Col­lege hav­ing a heat­ed ver­bal stand­off over the sex­u­al ori­en­ta­tion and pref­er­ences of stu­dents has prompt­ed a de­bate about ac­com­mo­da­tion for the LGBTQI com­mu­ni­ty in sec­ondary schools.

Ministry keeps word to pay maxi drivers

Education Minister Anthony Garcia says cheques have been made available to the Public Transport Service Corporation (PTSC) for the payment to maxi taxi operators for the month of September, 2018, as was promised during a news conference on Tuesday.

Stand up to bullying, UN Ambassador tells students

Urging pupils to know their self-worth, United Nations Ambassador Makeda Antoine Cambridge on Wednesday advised pupils of Marabella North Secondary to stand up to bullying and to always look out for one another.

She was speaking at the school during a special assembly. The school has been in turmoil since a student Shindlar Cuffy went missing on November 26.