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Some Ease-up: Beaches Open, ‘Tagging’ System for Returning T&T Nationals

    By Prior Beharry SOME restrictions to fight the Covid-19 pandemic in Trinidad and Tobago have been lifted. Bars and restaurants will be open but continue to operate with only takeaway services. Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley said congregation must still be discouraged and he has set up a committee to report by November […]Read More

Some Ease in Covid Restrictions But Churches Remain Closed, Still

  By Prior Beharry CHURCHES remain closed and bars and restaurants will continue with only takeaway service. This was the announcements made by Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley at a news conference at the Diplomatic Centre in St Ann’s on Saturday to deal with Trinidad and Tobago’s response to the Covid-19 pandemic. He said after […]Read More

Venezuela Human Rights Groups Want Another Registration Round in T&T

  By Sue-Ann Wayow VENEZUELA human rights groups are asking Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley to have another registration process for Venezuelans seeking refuge in Trinidad and Tobago due to the added strain of Covid-19. In an open letter addressed to Rowley and  published on Human Rights Watch website the groups stated the hardships were increasing  in […]Read More

PM: Exceptions to Public Sector Hiring Freeze

    By Sue-Ann Wayow ALTHOUGH Minister of Finance Colm Imbert announced a hiring freeze during the reading of the 2020/2021 Budget on Monday, there may be exceptions to the measure says Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley. Speaking during the opening of the Diego Martin Health Centre on Tuesday, Rowley said there may be emergency […]Read More

TTPS: GG was Invited not Summoned by PM

    SUMMON and invite are two words that are very different in meaning and incorrect use can result in miscommunication. This is according to the Trinidad and Tobago Police Service (TTPS) who sought to clarify information what was posted on Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley’s Facebook page. The post that was made public on […]Read More

Rowley: Elections in TT will be Free, Fair

    ELECTION observers will not be in Trinidad and Tobago for the August 10 general elections but the country and its voting process will still be under scrutiny. This is according to PNM political leader and Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley, as he spoke at a virtual meeting in Tunapuna on Wednesday night. In […]Read More

Rowley: Always Fight for Freedom

  By Sue-Ann Wayow IF persons of African descent want to have different symbols and emblems that they think better represent their history, that is their right. This is according to Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley as he delivered the feature address at Emancipation Day celebrations in Port-of-Spain on Saturday. Due to Covid-19 restrictions there […]Read More

PM Postpones Thursday’s Press Conference

  MINUTES before Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley was about to start a press conference, the Office of the Prime Minister (OPM) announced its postponement. Early on Thursday, the OPM posted on its Facebook page that Dr Rowley would host a media conference at 11am, at the Diplomatic Centre in St Ann’s. The OPM neither […]Read More

Kamla Calls for CPL to be Cancelled

    UNITED National Congress (UNC) leader Kamla Persad-Bissessar is calling for the cancellation of the Caribbean Premier League (CPL). The CPL is scheduled to take place in Trinidad from August 18 to September 10 and is to be played without spectators. According to the CPL, “The tournament will take place behind closed doors in […]Read More

4 More Covid-19 Cases in TT: 1 Unknown

  FOUR more people have tested positive for Covid-19 in Trinidad and Tobago. This was revealed by Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley at a political meeting of the People’s National Movement in San Fernando on Monday evening. He said three were imported but one was unknown and pending epidemiological investigations. This brings the total number […]Read More