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Jamaica faces another day of high COVID cases

On Friday night, Jamaica's Ministry of Health and Wellness stated that the country added another 20 new cases of COVID-19 in the country, bringing...

WASA: Dam levels still low… Don’t breach water-use restrictions

WASA says it has increased patrols and will take action against persons in breach of restrictions on the use of hoses, pressure washers and...

Longdenville Teenager Missing

13-year-old Joash Pantin is missing and police need the public’s help in finding him. The teenager, of Cashew Gardens, Longdenville, was last seen at around...

US Secretary of State issues Independence Day greetings to T&T

US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo has extended Independence Day greetings to Trinidad and Tobago. His statement was disseminated today by the US Embassy in...

Tax Amnesty in effect until September 15th

The Finance Ministry is reminding persons to get their affairs in order during the ongoing Tax Amnesty. The Amnesty, which was announced during the Mid-Year...

TTPS reminds of vehicle lighting up times

The TTPS is urging motorists to take note of lighting up times for vehicles for the next three months. These are the times that vehicles...

Shelter on standby as Corporation keeps an eye on Piparo volcano...

The Piparo Community Centre is being readied as a possible shelter for those families living in the vicinity of the Piparo Mud Volcano. Last night...

Noon News Videocast – Mar 6th 2019

The Noon News on Wednesday 6th March, 2019.

10 bathers to be charged for breaching regulations

Police arrested 10 persons who were caught bathing in the waters off Bayside Towers in Cocorite yesterday. Police Commissioner Gary Griffith says they breached the...

WASA probes video purporting to show worker washing vehicle with hose

WASA says it is investigating a video purporting to show an employee using a hose to wash a vehicle at one its facilities, in...