As students prepare from the reopening of the school come September, be it virtual or otherwise Prime Minister Dr. Keith Rowley sheds some light on the government's plans. In his feature address at San Juan Government Primary School Opening Ceremony yesterday he said Government has embarked on a $4 billion programme out of the Cash Flow of the State for school construction and repairs.
He further noted, 100 schools were included in the initiative.
He also stated that after much hard work through Caricom government was able to secure Pfizer Vaccines for children 12 and above to hopefully resume classes for forms 4 to 6. While stressing no definite date has been set for such.
Here's a perspective from the Trinidad and Tobago Unified Teachers Association on these issues its 2nd Vice-President – Mrs. Kyrla Robertson Thomas.
We took a look at various communities across the country plagued by dry taps and water shortages. The Minister of Public Utilities has announced plans to restructure the water and sewerage authority to treat with its existing issues, including this one.
However there are reports that several communities have been without water for several days and sometimes weeks.
Here's a view from the Public Utilities Minister Marvin Gonzales on these and others matters.
It's time for the TTPS on Crime and Covid Adherence. Today Senior Superintendent of Police Traffic and Highway Patrol Branch – Wayne Mystar sheds some light on the Role of the Police in the extension of the state of Emergency and how the TTPS plans to navigate the next three months from a Policing perspective.
The police service has played a major front line role in managing the population during the current S.O.E.
The opening of the new school term is just around the corner and the local student committee for the International Open University is calling on students interested in online Islamic and Secular Tertiary Level Education to get registered. Free graduate and under graduate programmes are also available. No Tuition Fees that may interest many.
Telling us more about this is the President of the Committee Asad Yacoobali, Student Zaahir Ali and Graduate Riaz Shageer.
In this Pan Month, Pan Moving forward- is an organization formed to assist all steel bands with special focus on the unsponsored and indigent in the community.
They have also been clamoring for the renovation of the Spree Simon Center. As we celebrate this month, let's join the President of the Group, Aquil Arrindell, Public Relation's officer Maurice Alexander and Event's coordinator Jonathan Achaiba, telling us more about the focus of the organization.