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  • Three killed at their El Socorro home
    by Jensen La Vende on September 24, 2021 at 11:04 pm

    THREE members of a family were gunned down at their El Socorro home on Friday. Police said at about 5.30 pm, officers assigned to the Emergence Response Patrol responded to a report of gunshots at Oudan Trace, El Socorro. The officers were told that around 4.45 pm gunshots were heard coming from the family's two storey home. On checking, relatives […]

  • 4 more die, 246 more covid19 cases
    by Ria Chaitram on September 24, 2021 at 10:26 pm

    The Ministry of Health has recorded four more covid19 deaths bringing the death toll to 1,441. In its Friday update, the ministry also reported 246 new cases from samples taken between September 20 to September 23. This brings the number of cases recorded since March 12, 2020, to 49,668. The ministry’s update said there was a total of 293 people […]

  • Education Ministry’s return-to-school policy concerns parents body
    by Tyrell Gittens on September 24, 2021 at 10:26 pm

    CHAIRMAN of the Concerned Parents Movement of TT Clarence Mendoza is calling on the Ministry of Education to ensure that all students- vaccinated or not- return to the classroom on October 4. And if the ministry doesn’t change its policy which allows only vaccinated students from four to six can return to physical schooling on October 4, Mendoza […]

  • Ornella Walker wants to create swimming history for Tobago
    by Stephon Nicholas on September 24, 2021 at 10:25 pm

    [caption id="attachment_914953" align="alignnone" width="1024"] Ornella Walker -[/caption] NATIONAL SWIMMER Ornella Walker, 21, wants to be the first Tobagonian swimmer to qualify for an Olympic Games. However, the journey to Paris 2024 is a choppy and difficult one for the Castara resident. Walker's physical fitness has been negatively affected […]

  • Stalin gets Legacy Award, cash on 80th birthday
    by Yvonne Webb on September 24, 2021 at 10:24 pm

    LEGENDARY calypsonian Leroy “Black Stalin” Calliste smiled brightly when former president Anthony Carmona visited him at his San Fernando home on Friday, to wish him a happy 80th birthday. Carmona held Stalin’s hands and danced to one of his hits 'Bun Dem' which he played on a cell phone. Carmona was accompanied by Presentation College, San […]

  • Gary agrees to go: Former CoP agrees to step aside for PSC’s probe
    by Jensen La Vende on September 24, 2021 at 10:24 pm

    FORMER Police Commissioner Gary Griffith has agreed to 'step aside' for the Police Service Commission (PSC) to conduct its investigations. Newsday was told that Griffith was "not resigning," but has agreed to go on voluntary leave to facilitate the investigation. It was also agreed that the PSC will rescind its August 17, notice of suspension. […]

  • Attorneys call for PSC members, AG to resign over CoP fiasco
    by Jada Loutoo on September 24, 2021 at 8:56 pm

    ATTORNEY Dave Persad is calling on Attorney General Faris Al-Rawi to resign for the advice he gave on the acting appointment of the Commissioner of Police. In a letter on Friday, Persad said Al-Rawi boasted of the legal notice 183, having drafted it, which allowed Gary Griffith’s appointment as acting commissioner when his contract came to an […]

  • High swells along coastline until Monday
    by Ria Chaitram on September 24, 2021 at 8:08 pm

    The Meterological Office has issued a yellow-level hazardous seas alert which is expected to end at 11 am on Monday. The bad sea activity started around 4 am on Friday, and impact was expected along the coastlines of both Trinidad and Tobago. “Northerly high energy swells are expected to impact northern and western nearshore coastlines of […]

  • Housekeeper charged with larceny in Tobago
    by Corey Connelly on September 24, 2021 at 7:47 pm

    A 32 year-old house keeper has appeared before the Scarborough Magistrate Virtual Court charged with larceny. Amanda Hill, of Lengua Park Indian Walk, Princes Town, in Trinidad ,and Station Road, Old Grange, Tobago, was charged with larceny of a dwelling house on September 21. Hill was placed on $75,000.00 bail with surety or $10,000.00 cash […]

  • Business chambers welcome vaccination ‘safe zones’
    by Ria Chaitram on September 24, 2021 at 7:15 pm

    The Confederation of Regional Business Chambers is in full support of government’s implementation of “safe zones” in certain sectors of the economy. Its president Vivek Charran told Newsday on Friday, that Trinidad and Tobago needed to push its boundaries to find a balance for economic recovery and preservation of life. “We are very happy […]

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