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Deyalsingh Wins St Joseph by 824 Votes

  By Prior Beharry THE recount in the St Joseph constituency is almost over. While all the ballot boxes have been counted, the count was continuing with the poll card boxes on Monday evening. The results after the recount were Terrence Deyalsingh of the People’s National Movement (PNM) 9,363 and Ahloy Hunt of the United […]Read More

Full On-line Learning for Tertiary Schools

    By Sue-Ann Wayow WITH the closure of all educational institutions till possibly the end of December, tertiary level institutions have resorted entirely to on-line learning for the first semester of the upcoming academic year. And administrative staff is still required to be on-site at these campuses. One of the main measures in combating […]Read More

Griffith: Police Are Protecting Venezuelan Women

    By Sue-Ann Wayow   CONTRARY to what some may believe, the police are working towards greater protection of Venezuelan women in Trinidad and Tobago. This is according to Commissioner of Police Captain Gary Griffith who said he was working tirelessly to address issues of violence against all women which included Venezuelans. Women’s advocate […]Read More

22 Illegal Venezuelans Held in Palo Seco

    TWO days after there was an appeal to boat owners by police not to transport Venezuelans illegally to Trinidad, police detained 22 Venezuelan nationals in Palo Seco. They were detained by officers of South Western Division Task Force (SWDTF) on Sunday. The Trinidad and Tobago Police Service (TTPS) stated that officers received information […]Read More

Reduced Passenger Capacity for Inter-Island Ferries

    By Sue-Ann Wayow WHILE the inter-island ferry services continue to operate daily amidst new Covid-19 measures, the ferries will be operating with reduced passenger capacity. On Saturday, Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley announced the rollback measures which included only those who had to travel between Trinidad and Tobago for essential business to be […]Read More

Young Men Testing Positive for Covid-19

  By Pamela Ramcharan YOUNG men between 25 to 29 years are the majority of males testing positive for Covid-19 in Trinidad and Tobago. This was revealed by Principal Medical Officer of Epidemiology Dr Naresh Nandram during the Health Ministry’s media conference on Monday. According to the latest clinical update, a total of 565 persons […]Read More

Quarantine Orders for Swabbed Covid-19 Patients

      By Pamela Ramcharan PEOPLE will face the full brunt of the law if they fail to comply with quarantine orders to stay home while awaiting Covid-19 test results. This warning was given by Chief Medical Officer Dr Roshan Parasram, at the Ministry of Health’s virtal media conference on Monday. He said this […]Read More

2 Arrested for Pistol

  TWO people have been arrested after police find a firearm at a house in St Joseph. The discovery was made on Sunday when officers executed a search warrant at the residence on Farm Road. They found one Stoeger Cougar 9mm pistol fitted with a magazine and three live rounds of nine-millimetre ammunition. The exercise […]Read More

Five Arrested at Dibe Street Party

  THE Trinidad and Tobago Police Service is reminding citizens to adhere to the new public health guidelines put in place from Monday, due to the recent spike in Covid-19 cases in Trinidad and Tobago. This reminder came after officers arrested five persons during a street party in Long Circular, early on Sunday morning. Police […]Read More

Parent of Covid-19 Patient Talks about Stigma

  By Pamela Ramcharan THE parent of a child who tested positive for Covid-19 in July, is calling on the government to better educate citizens about the virus to eradicate the stigma associated with it. The call was made during a telephone interview with on Saturday, weeks after the child was discharged from the […]Read More