Minister of Community Development, Culture, and Gender Affairs Marlene Mcdonald of Trinidad and Tobago

Ms McDonald had inherited Community Development, Culture and Gender Affairs.
Ms McDonald remains in the position of the entry-level ministerial ranker.
As Ms McDonald took office, the template in the name of the Nancoo NCC was the only one implementable for an early-February Carnival 2008.
The Reservoir house Mrs McDonald was living in at the time of her disappearance was initially thought to have been demolished, but has instead been transported to the Bendigo area, police said today.
Sixty-seven-year-old John Vincent McDonald has been charged with the murder of his estranged wife, Marlene McDonald, in the Melbourne suburb of Reservoir in December 1986.
Mr McDonald has appeared in the Melbourne Magistrates Court and was remanded in custody.
McDonald was reported missing by her parents the next morning and her abandoned car, a blue 1968 Toyota Corolla Coupe, was found at the her workplace the following evening.
At the time of her disappearance, Mrs McDonald had been separated from her husband and living with three of her five children.
Marlene McDonald received her BA from Dartmouth College and her MSME in Fluid Mechanics from the University of Massachusetts at Amherst.
Marlene McDonald received her BA from Dartmouth College and her MS from the University of Massachusetts Amherst.
Marlene McDonald has not added any friends.
John Vincent McDonald was arrested at a Daly Close, Sunbury address at 7.
McDonald said a total of $4,133, 800 has been approved by Cabinet for the revised prize structure an increase of $1,037,000 over 2007.
McDonald said yesterday that as far as she knows that was a "one off payment", and what Cabinet had approved yesterday was a 200 per cent increase to the first place prize of $100,000 which was part of the previous prize structure.
About a week after that appeal, the house Mrs McDonald was living in at the time of her disappearance - initially thought to have been demolished - was transported to the Bendigo area.
Manitoba Pork Council home economist Marlene McDonald says many food service and retail operations operate either regionally or nationally so this is one way to develop programs that will operate in many different areas.
Mrs McDonald was estranged from her husband when she disappeared on December 14, 1986 after a night out with friends.
Detectives are revisiting witnesses and doorknocking Melbourne's north in the Wattle Grove area in Reservoir where Mrs McDonald lived and at Truck City in nearby Campbellfield.
They do not believe Mrs McDonald was driving.
The Government alone cannot do it, we need to partner with you to assist US to assist communities," McDonald said at the post-Cabinet media conference at the Diplomatic Centre, St Ann's.
McDonald said the Ministry was working tirelessly through its Self Help Commission to help those affected, noting district officers had visited hard hit areas such as Barataria, Mon Repos and Morvant to assess the damages.
McDonald said communities and persons who the Ministry have not reached can call 624-0119 for help.
Marlene McDonald was first elected to the House of Representatives as the Member for Port-of-Spain South on November 5, 2007.
Marlene McDonald was a 36-year-old single mother who was working as a waitress at the Truck City restaurant and café on the Hume Hwy in Campbellfield when she disappeared on 14 December 1986.
the Bendigo area, police said today.