SATT: Hard to get vaccine supplier now COVID-19 crises in India and Brazil have now diverted any excess vaccines that the local private sector was hoping to purchase. Head of the Supermarkets Association of T&T (SATT), Rajiv Diptee is now recommending that the Government utilise the Heritage and Stabilisation Fund (HSF) to pay for the vaccines.
Ministry offers SEA students option to defer exam until 2022 According to the two-page memo from the Chief Education Officer of the Ministry of Education, "The Ministry of Education is cognizant of the challenges experienced by students preparing to sit the SEA 2021, and having consulted with key Educational Stakeholders, has decided to offer the option to apply for a deferral of the sitting of the SEA from 2021 to 2022."
Police, relatives search for missing gardener The mother said Seelal would usually take someone with him to collect money and he often met his customers by C3 or Grand Bazaar Mall. His family did not realise that he was missing until his girlfriend called around 1 am the following day to inquire whether he was home.
After 17 years, manslaughter case expected to finally close There was a trial in 2014, however, that resulted in a hung jury and as a result, a re-trial was ordered. Lynch's attorneys wrote to the Office of the Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP) several times requesting that he be allowed to plead to the lesser offence of manslaughter.