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Education Ministry: Curb the mischief and go to school tomorrow

School is on tomorrow.

The Education Ministry is calling on citizens to "curb the level of mischief" and go to school.

Here's the statement by the Ministry:

"The Ministry of Education wishes to advise that all schools are to be opened on Tuesday 24th October, 2017.

The Ministry has been made aware of a news report being circulated on Social Media indicating that schools will be closed tomorrow.

VIDEO: SRP suspended following "inappropriate" photos

The special reserve police officer who was pictured on social media posing inappropriately in her uniform has been placed on suspension.

Public information officer,  Inspector Michael Pierre says the SRP who was employed on a full-time basis is now the subject of an investigation and will remain on leave until that investigation is completed.


Outpouring of emotions on social media over Shannon Banfield's death

As news that the body of 20-year-old Republic Bank employee, Shannon Banfield had been found, hundreds are expressing their grief and disappointment on social media sites.

Banfield's body was found at the IAM store on Charlotte Street around 2 pm Thursday.

"Are you ready for a state of emergency now?" Janelle asked.

Kierron focussed his comment on the apparent lack of action by the authorities.

Police issue warning amid circulation of hundreds of nude local women on social media

Police are being asked to determine the source of a hack, that has caused the circulation of hundreds of nude pictures of local women to be disseminated across social media.

The photos appear to have been stolen from a pornography website, TriniPorn which features locals and transferred to social websites Tumbler and One Drive in folders called "SelfShotUniverse".

The folders contain over 500 pictures of dozens of women.