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The Living Water Community has been supporting thousands of needy persons since 1975 and continues to do so with an abundance of generosity from citizens. Today they continue to extend a helping hand to families seeking refuge in Trinidad after fleeing lives of turmoil in their homeland. During the 2018 Christmas season, the group provided over 1,500 hampers to asylum seekers and needy families and on Christmas Day, share 2,500 meals to the less fortunate. The Living Water Community also continues to feed some 800 families nationwide every month and does much more without fanfare. 

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THE Police Service Commission (PolSC) has the green light to proceed with a new shorter process to appoint a Police Commissioner and Deputy Commissioner.

Leader of Government Business Camille Robinson-Regis made this clear yesterday in response to a story in the Sunday Express which stated that the legal notice giving effect to the process was to be debated in the Parliament today.

THE job of Police Commissioner is sacrosanct and the process of selecting a top cop must not be at the whim and fancy of a government, Opposition Leader Kamla Persad-Bissessar said yesterday.

The former prime minister said the United National Congress (UNC) will decide whether it supports Government’s move to make changes to the process of appointing a Police Commissioner (CoP) and Deputy Police Commissioners when it gets sight of the legal notice.

A LECTURER at The University of the West Indies (The UWI) open campus has been arrested by police after he reportedly shot at his common-law wife on Saturday.

Up to yesterday evening, the 52-year-old man remained in custody at Tunapuna Police Station, police said.

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