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Chin: POS Needs more Character

  By Sue-Ann Wayow GOVERNMENT needs to rethink and redesign its plan for the capital city giving it much more personality and character in order to encourage visitors to actually have a desire to spend more time in the city. This is according to businessman and MovieTowne owner Derek Chin who remembered a proposal given by him […]Read More

POS in Urban Decay PM Announces Plans to Revitalise Capital

  By Prior Beharry THE Urban Development Corporation of Trinidad and Tobago (UDECOTT) is mandated with the revitalisaion of Port-of-Spain. This was revealed by Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley speaking at the Spotlight on Urban Development on Monday.   He said the revilatisation of Port-of-Spain will advance the image of the capital city to provide […]Read More

Police Increase Nightly Patrols in POS

    INCREASED criminal activity in the capital city of Port-of-Spain has caused police to increase their presence especially at night. On Thursday, Commissioner of Police Gary Griffith met virtually with Port-of-Spain Mayor Joel Martinez, President of the Downtown Owners and Merchants’ Association Gregory Aboud and senior officers of the Port-of-Spain Division at the Police […]Read More

Man Held with Cocaine at POS Wharf

POLICE have arrested a man and seized a quantity of cash and cocaine at the Queen’s Wharf, Port-of-Spain, on Thursday afternoon. Officers of the Specialized Intelligence Unit and the Port Police conducted an exercise at the Caribbean Community Market (CARICOM) Jetty, Queen’s Wharf, Port-of-Spain. Supt Ali, PC’s Sookoo and Sinanan and other officers of the […]Read More

DOMA Wants Taxes to Improve POS

  PORT-OF-SPAIN-PRESIDENT of the Downtown Owners and Merchants Association (DOMA) Gregory Aboud is asking that Government tax his members to improve the capital city. He was speaking during a consultation on the development of a Port-of-Spain “master plan” at the Government Campus Plaza on Wednesday. He said governments have been unwilling to institute taxes on […]Read More

Flash Flooding in POS

  PORT-OF-SPAIN – HEAVY showers just after 12 noon cause flash flooding in downtown Port-of-Spain on Wednesday. There were reports of flooding on Charlotte Street, Frederick Street, Edward Street, South Quay and Independence Square. Pedestrians were left stranded and videos and photos on social media showed vehicles stalling in the flood waters. The Trinidad and […]Read More

DOMA: Don’t Use Picadilly Shortcut Out of POS

The Downtown Owners’ and Merchants Association (DOMA) is advising commuters from using the Picadilly/East Dry River route as a short cut out of the busy Port-of-Spain area. In an email sent to its members, DOMA stated it was obligated to send out the security advisory following reports of gun battles between rival gangs in the […]Read More