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Money for TT Nationals Stranded Abroad

  THE Government will send money to help Trinidad and Tobago (TT) nationals stranded due to the coronavirus pandemic in the United Kingdom (UK), United States (US) and Canada. National Security Minister Stuart Young made this revelation during the Health Ministry’s virtual media conference on Wednesday. Hundreds of nationals were forced to remain outside TT, […]Read More

About 1,000 TT Nationals to Return Home

    NATIONAL Security Minister Stuart Young says about 600 to 1,000 nationals of Trinidad and Tobago will return home this week. He was speaking at a news conference on Saturday at the Diplomatic Centre in St Ann’s where Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley updated the country on phase four of the lifting of the […]Read More

Certain TT Media Houses Protecting Their Interests

  PRIME Minister Dr Keith Rowley has accused certain media houses of protecting their own interests. He made the comment at a news conference at the Diplomatic Centre in St Ann’s after the Cabinet met on Thursday. Rowley said he also had the conference to show that he wasn’t hiding. The media questioned him about […]Read More

Senate President Rules: Young Did Not Mislead Upper House About

    By Prior Beharry SENATE President Christine Kangaloo has ruled that National Security Minister Stuart Young did not mislead the Upper House in response to a question by Opposition Senator Wade Mark. She made her ruling on Wednesday after Mark alleged after Young attempted to deceive the Upper House on May 13 and spoke […]Read More

Young: I Never said Rio Treaty wasn’t Raised by Mondello

  NATIONAL Security Minister Stuart Young says the breach of the Rio treaty was not raised during a meeting with US Ambassador Joseph Mondello on May 6, 2020. He said, “I never said that the Ambassador did not raise the visit of Venezuelan Vice President Delcy Rodriguez nor did I say that the Ambassador did […]Read More

Covid-19: Trinis Create Facebook Page to Return Home

    AT least 45 nationals of Trinidad and Tobago scattered all over the United States are trying to return home. They have come together via a Facebook page called Trinis trying to get Home that has more than 130 members. Trinidadian Dr Alana Belcon created the page. She said 45 of them have filed […]Read More

Young Wants To Talk to US on Deportees

MINISTER of National Security Stuart Young hopes that if the United States is to deport Trinidad and Tobago nationals back home they would enter into a process of negotiation just like with Jamaica. He was speaking at the virtual news conference on Monday morning. Due to an executive order in the US, Jamaica has had […]Read More

250 TT Nationals in Cruise Ships want to Come Home

250 TT Nationals on Cruise Ships Want to Come Home NATIONAL Security Minister Stuart Young says there are 250 Trinidad and Tobago nationals in cruise ships across the region who want to come home. He was speaking at the virtual news conference on Wednesday morning. But Young said the TT Government was not trying to […]Read More

Children Must Stay Home

KEEP your children at home. This was the plea by Minister of National Security Stuart Young at the virtual news conference on Tuesday. Young said having children outside intermingling with others was against the advice of the Ministry of Health. He said, “Have children stay at home. The parks and playgrounds are not going to […]Read More

Sauce Doubles Wants to Sell Via Curbside Pick Up

  ATTORNEYS representing D Orginal Sauce Hot Doubles is asking National Security Minister Stuart Young to be allowed to continue its business via curbside pick up just like others who are selling more expensive foods. The request was made in a letter sent to Young on Monday by attorneys Larry Lalla and Prakash Ramadhar on […]Read More