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High Water Pushes Scarlet Ibis Out of Caroni Swamp

  AZP News Assignments Editor Sue-Ann Wayow interviews tour operator Alister Nanan   By Sue-Ann Wayow HIGH water levels in the Caroni Swamp have forced the National Brid the Scarlet Ibis out with some of them being spotted near the Urian Butler Highway. This according to tour operator Alister Nanan who was coming to grips […]Read More

SOS for Flatbottom Boats to Help with Flood Victims

By Sue-Ann Wayow A CALL has been issued to fishermen with flatbottom vessels to come to the aid of the many still marooned by flood waters on Tuesday. Fishermen and Friends of the Seas (FFOS) Corporate Secretary Gary Aboud, in a video message being circulated on social media on Tuesday, made the call for assistance. […]Read More

Young: Energy Outlook Positive

By Sue-Ann Wayow MINISTER of Energy and Energy Industries Stuart Young is maintaining that the outlook on the energy sector remains positive. Young made the statement as he met with officials from Methanex at the ministry’s head office on Monday. In a media release, the ministry stated that Young and Permanent Secretary Penelope Bradshaw-Niles met with Methanex Corporation Senior Vice President-Finance […]Read More

First Gas from Cassia C

By Sue-Ann Wayow THE Cassia C offshore development has delivered its first gas. This was confirmed by bpTT in a press release on Tuesday. Cassia C is bpTT’s first offshore compression platform and its biggest offshore facility.  BpTT president David Campbell said, “First gas from Cassia C is an important milestone for bp in Trinidad and Tobago. This first […]Read More

SATT Launches Food Drive for Flood Victims

By Sue-Ann Wayow A FLOOD relief food drive has been launched by the Supermarket Association of Trinidad and Tobago (SATT). SATT in a media release on Tuesday said it was commencing a formative food drive comprising hot meals, sandwiches, snacks and beverages to alleviate the plight of those still mired under several feet of water. “We recognise the plight of the stranded and their […]Read More

Brazil, Portugal March On

  Qatar 2022: Matchday 9- Monday, November 28, 2022 By Gerald Lutchman BRAZIL and Portugal move on. In a day of some tremendously exciting football from game one to game four, two teams expected to qualify did so with some entertaining football. Brazil 1 vs Switzerland 0 In an anticipated game, Brazil had to do […]Read More

Qatar 2022: Belgium Humbled by Morocco Germany uncertain to make

  Matchday 8  Sunday, November 27, 2022 By Gerald Lutchman BELGIUM were humbled by Morocco as Germany now have a slim chance to progress. Costa Rica overcame Japan and Croatia spanked Canada on an upside-down day for the World Cup. Morocco 2 vs Belgium 0 It was another major upset as Morocco whipped Belgium in […]Read More

Commentary: Feeling Abandoned in Floods

IN 2022 Trinidad and Tobago floods again and again with a series of overbank floods and flash floods occurring in the twin-island. These events followed consistent rainfall since last Friday and intermittent rainfall on Saturday that affected the whole country once again. The rivers in Caroni, Diego Martin,  Maraval and St Joseph have breached their […]Read More

PTSC Buses Not Working in Some Areas

By Sue-Ann Wayow WITH the road network collapsing in many parts of Trinidad and Tobago, public buses will not be working in some areas. The Public Service Transport Corporation (PTSC) issued a bulletin on Monday that due to the adverse weather and road conditions there would be service disruption out of their depots. The following routes […]Read More

Floods: Chambers Offer Relief, Moonilal Cooks Sewa TT distributes

By Sue-Ann Wayow FOUR Chambers have rallied together to bring relief to the thousands affected nationwide by flooding. The Joint Chambers consist of AMCHAM T&T, the Energy Chamber, Trinidad & Tobago Chamber of Industry and Commerce and the Trinidad & Tobago Manufacturers Association. In a release on Monday, the Joint Chambers said that $250,000 was donated […]Read More