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  • 3,000 vaccines for protective services
    by Janelle De Souza on April 17, 2021 at 10:42 pm

    Trinidad and Tobago’s protective services have been given an initial 3,000 doses of covid19 vaccine for frontline workers says Minister of National Security Stuart Young. Speaking at the 1st Infantry Battalion, Camp Ogden, Long Circular Road, St James where the heads of division of national security received their covid19 vaccinations, he said, […]

  • 64 new covid19 cases take week’s tally to 419
    by Andrew Gioannetti on April 17, 2021 at 9:20 pm

    SIXTY-FOUR new cases of covid19 have been reported by the Ministry of Health on Saturday for the previous 24-hour period, the same figure of infections it reported the day before. In its 4 pm covid19 update, the ministry said 64 new cases had been reported for the second straight day, a figure which sees the number of active cases rise to 748. The […]

  • Manning praises Franklin Khan’s service to Trinidad and Tobago
    by Camille Moreno on April 17, 2021 at 9:20 pm

    Minister in the Ministry of Finance and San Fernando East MP Brian Manning has praised late Energy Minister Franklin Khan for his indelible contribution to the development of TT. Khan died suddenly on Saturday. He was 63. In a statement, Manning, the San Fernando East MP, said: “The loss that is felt today as a nation is significant as senator […]

  • Change laws to forcefully remove abuse victims, says Senator
    by Yvonne Webb on April 17, 2021 at 9:20 pm

    INDEPENDENT Senator and psychiatrist Dr Varma Deyalsingh once had to rescue a victim of domestic violence but his act of kindness almost landed him in jail. Had it not been for the pleading of a social worker he would have been in trouble with the law. Deyalsingh said the woman returned to her abuser and told the police he had kidnapped her. The […]

  • Cops liaising with DPP in SORT probe
    by Jensen La Vende on April 17, 2021 at 7:43 pm

    INVESTIGATORS probing the deaths of two murder suspects, who died in police custody, are liaising with the Director of Public Prosecutions Roger Gaspard after conducting an identification parade with the head of the Special Operations Response Team Insp Mark Hernandez on Saturday. Investigators told Newsday that they were able to get people […]

  • BYisrael: THA Bill does not solve assembly deadlock
    by Corey Connelly on April 17, 2021 at 6:54 pm

    Progressive Democratic Patriots (PDP) deputy political leader Dr Faith BYisrael has said the amendments to the Tobago House of Assembly (THA) Act do not address how the assembly is to be dissolved during a deadlock. She addressed the issue on Thursday night during a panel discussion on the THA impasse, hosted by Tobago CivilNET. Other panellists […]

  • San Juan man shot in head, dies at hospital
    by Jensen La Vende on April 17, 2021 at 6:36 pm

    A 28-year-old San Juan was gunned down on Saturday morning. Police report stated that Donelle “Jonan” De Freitas was found with gunshot wounds after residents of La Hoe Road, Laventille Road, Febeau Village, San Juan heard gunshots around 5.45 am. Police said when they arrived, De Freitas, of Harris Hill, Laventille Road, San Juan was still […]

  • More talks needed on old Port of Spain power station
    by Andrew Gioannetti on April 17, 2021 at 6:25 pm

    PORT OF SPAIN mayor Joel Martinez, along with the city corporation's chief building inspector Deoraj Ramtahal, paid a site visit to PowerGen's cooling water system, a component of the city's decommissioned power station, on Wednesday. They were joined by PowerGen project manager Patricia Chin Cheong and representatives of the Ministry of Works and […]

  • Body of Maracas Bay drowning victim recovered
    by Jensen La Vende on April 17, 2021 at 6:23 pm

    THE body of 29-year-old man who drowned at Maracas Bay on Tuesday was recovered on Friday afternoon. According to reports, around 2.45 pm, Insp Rampallard and other officers of the police service's Air Support Unit, using a drone, spotted a body some 200 feet from shore. Rampallard along with fishermen in the area retrieved the body, which was […]

  • Pedestrian killed crossing Uriah Butler highway in Cunupia
    by Jensen La Vende on April 17, 2021 at 6:23 pm

    POLICE are seeking the public's help to identify the body of a man who was knocked down and killed on Friday night along the Uriah Butler Highway, near Cunupia. According to police, around 7 pm a 52-year-old driver reported that he was in the left lane heading south along the highway when he collided with a man who ran across the path of his […]

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