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Villagers, businesses come together to fix their own roads

Villagers, businesses come together to fix their own roads

Due to a lack of funding from Government, several villagers and businesses of Munroe Road and environs came together to repair deplorable road conditions in the area. The ‘Community Project’ was led by Councillor for the Munroe Road/Caroni Savannah Road area Adrian Ali, ...

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September 20th, 2018

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Portion of Beetham Highway to be closed over the weekend

Portion of Beetham Highway to be closed over the weekend

A section of the Beetham Highway will be closed to vehicular traffic from this Friday at 9pm until Sunday at 6pm. The Works Ministry says it has become necessary to facilitate the placement of the Sea Lots Pedestrian Overpass superstructure. The disruption it says takes ...

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September 19th, 2018

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Chaguanas continues efforts to fight crime

Chaguanas continues efforts to fight crime

Chaguanas is continuing efforts to fight crime in the Borough. On Monday the Chaguanas Community Crime Prevention Council held its second meeting. The council is a part of the recently launched National Crime Prevention Programme, In attendance at the meeting was the ...

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September 6th, 2018

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New Sangre Grande Enhanced Health Centre to open today

New Sangre Grande Enhanced Health Centre to open today

The new Sangre Grande Enhanced Health Centre on Ojoe Road officially opens its doors today. It means that services formerly offered at the Sangre Grande Health Centre, will now be offered at the new facility. Persons seeking medical attention are also being advised by the ...

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September 4th, 2018

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WASA: Water supply to normalize to Maraval & environs today

WASA: Water supply to normalize to Maraval & environs today

Persons currently without water in Maraval and environs are advised that this is due to varying operational issues that affected the Maraval Water Treatment Plant over the past 48 to 72 hours. WASA says the facility was returned to normal operation at 4am yesterday, but ...

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September 4th, 2018

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Bmobile: Major improvements in health, following 1st Summer Weight Loss Camp

Bmobile: Major improvements in health, following 1st Summer Weight Loss Camp

There was a 95% overall improvement in blood pressure and glucose levels for children involved in the recently concluded Summer Weight Loss Camp in Trinidad. The camp, which was funded by Bmobile, targeted children between the ages of 8 and 18 who were overweight and obese. ...

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August 23rd, 2018

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Jamming for Jovi seeks to raise money for critical surgery

Jamming for Jovi seeks to raise money for critical surgery

The parents of an 8 year old Trinbagonian boy with a severe blood disorder are hosting a charity concert to help raise funds for his cure. Jovi Mitchell must have a blood transfusion done every two weeks due to the disorder, called Beta Thalassemia Major. He can be cured ...

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July 19th, 2018

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First Voluntary Blood Drive!

First Voluntary Blood Drive!

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June 20th, 2018

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Indian Arrival Day Celebrations

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May 29th, 2018

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Holy Faith, Penal to host boat cruise for teacher in need of surgery

Holy Faith, Penal to host boat cruise for teacher in need of surgery

Teachers of Holy Faith Convent, Penal have banded together to help a fellow teacher affected by cancer. 103FM News spoke with Serene Joseph-Hamlet, who teaches at the school to get some insight into their colleague’s situation. AUDIO: Hamlet Colleague Mrs Joseph-Hamlet also ...

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March 1st, 2018

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