SEA Exam

The wait is over for standard five pupils across the country. As of today, just under 19-thousand pupils will take this year's Secondary Entrance Assessment Exam. According to Education Minister Anthony Garcia, the exam is scheduled to begin at 8.30 a.m.

PM And Sinanan Tour Manzanilla Project

Government officials are expected to address the lease of a ferry from a firm in Malta at a news conference today. This, as members of the Opposition have raised questions about the procurement process and the sea-worthiness of the vessel. Asked about the issue on Wednesday, Prime Minister Rowley opted to give advice to the media.

Police Briefing

Police are sounding a warning to social media users. “The law is clear as it relates to bullying and harassment online when persons use social media as a vehicle to perpetrate these acts. They would be located and treated with, according to the laws of Trinidad and Tobago.”

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