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EDU MIN denies claims it destroyed documents relating to CMU
The Education Ministry has denied reports that documents were destroyed in a bid to hamper probe into the Caribbean Maritime
DPP sends file on CMU / Ruel Reid to FID
Director of Public Prosecution Paula Llewellyn has indicated that based on its assessment of the allegations surrounding former
Bartlett: no discussion about tax for AirBNB
Tourism Minister Edmund Bartlett is reiterating that there is no discussion about taxing local Air BNB providers. Air BNB is an online
Cop held at JDF HQ to be removed
Steps are being taken to remove one of the two policemen held in relation to the shooting incident in April at Chedwin Park, St.
Edu Min planning to twin high schools
High schools with students of varied capabilities are to be twined under a new initiative to be implemented by the Education Ministry.
PEP individual grades to be published
Minister with responsibility for Education Karl Samuda has indicated that the individual grades for students who recently sat the
Two injured as truck crashes into house in Manchester
Two men are nursing injuries, while two teenagers were shaken up following a freak accident in the Brockery community in Manchester
Court frees two people accused of being members of Uchence Wilson gang
A woman and a man who were accused of being members of the Uchence Wilson gang were freed today (July 1) in the Home Circuit Court,