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Health Minister – Venezuelan national discharged himself from hospital

Health Minister – Venezuelan national discharged himself from hospital

A Venezuelan national who died after collapsing at the Piarco International Airport, discharged himself from hospital against medical advice. Questions were raised in Parliament today following a newspaper article which claimed that the 19 year old was denied treatment. ...

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May 26th, 2017

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Imbert – EMA doing all it can to tackle marine pollution

Imbert – EMA doing all it can to tackle marine pollution

The EMA says it is doing all it can to tackle pollution in the waters off the North and North Western coasts of Trinidad. A recent report by the Institute of Marine Affairs stated that the bodies of water in these areas have significant levels of pollutants, including faecal

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May 26th, 2017

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TTUTA calls for return of monthly meetings with Education Ministry

TTUTA calls for return of monthly meetings with Education Ministry

TTUTA says a total shutdown of schools is possible if the Education Ministry does not address a number of issues. Its main grievance: the union has not been able to hold discussions with the Education Ministry for the past three months. Meetings are normally held every ...

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May 26th, 2017

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5 guns, over 140 rounds of ammunition seized in San Fernando

5 guns, over 140 rounds of ammunition seized in San Fernando

Four men and a woman have been arrested in connection with the seizure of five guns and a quantity of ammunition in San Fernando. Between 6pm yesterday and 2am today, police searched several houses and known drug blocks in the area. While executing warrants along Mt. Moriah ...

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May 26th, 2017

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Homemade shotguns found in Claxton Bay mangroves

Homemade shotguns found in Claxton Bay mangroves

Two homemade shotguns have been found hidden in a mangrove swamp in Claxton Bay. Between 4:30pm yesterday and 1am today, officers of the Southern Division Task Force executed several search warrants at various known drug blocks. During this time, they received information ...

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May 26th, 2017

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PM says new ferries, cargo vessel soon, hints at human interference in ferry problems

PM says new ferries, cargo vessel soon, hints at human interference in ferry problems

Government will not hesitate to intervene with the issues at the Port. This was stated by the Prime Minister, who outlined the plan regarding the interisland sea bridge. There is currently no dedicated cargo vessel. Dr Rowley says the Cabinet is on top of ordering a new ...

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May 26th, 2017

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Elderly woman found with throat slit at Chaguanas home

Elderly woman found with throat slit at Chaguanas home

Investigations are continuing into the death of a 65 year old pharmacist who was found at her Chaguanas home today. Reports say police responded to a disturbance at a house along Ring Road, Lange Park, around 3am. Upon arrival, they found the body of Raziah Sieuchan with ...

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May 26th, 2017

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TTUTA demands resumption of monthly meetings with Education Ministry

TTUTA demands resumption of monthly meetings with Education Ministry

TTUTA is demanding that the Education Ministry resumes its monthly meetings with the union. According to its General Secretary Fitzroy Daniel, it has been the norm to hold monthly meetings, but this has not happened for the past 3 months He says there are a number of serious

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May 26th, 2017

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PM’s wife part of Chile delegation

PM’s wife part of Chile delegation

As the Prime Minister gets ready to head to Chile on Sunday, his wife will also be part of the delegation. This was confirmed in a brief statement from the Office of the Prime Minister today. It states that Minister in the OPM Stuart Young, during the post cabinet ...

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May 26th, 2017

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No-confidence motion against Siparia Regional Corporation Chairman fails

No-confidence motion against Siparia Regional Corporation Chairman fails

A no-confidence motion filed against Chairman of the Siparia Regional Corporation Glen Ramadharsingh, has failed. This was confirmed by Mr Ramadharsingh himself when 103FM News contacted him for information on the outcome of yesterday’s debate. The motion was brought by PNM ...

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May 26th, 2017

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