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Police destroy $6.5M worth of marijuana in Moruga

Over six million dollars worth of marijuana trees were destroyed by police at a camp in Moruga yesterday,. Sergeant Seepersad and his troops ventured up...

Ministry: Surge in demand for flu vaccines

The Health Ministry is assuring that there is a sufficient supply of flu vaccines, with 24,000 doses administered out of the stock of 75,000. Usually,...

Paray: Mayaro in water supply crisis

Mayaro MP Rushton Paray says hundreds of residents have been without water since early December 2018. He believes Government is ignoring this serious crisis, even...

Caribbean Airlines opens new office in Cuba

Caribbean Airlines has opened a new ticket office in Havana, Cuba, to provide enhanced reservations, sales and ticketing services to its customers. Caribbean Airlines will...

Tobago airport terminal continues despite Sandals pull-out

The Tobago Airport Terminal project will continue ‘full speed ahead’. Following the decision by Sandals yesterday to withdraw from the proposed hotel in Tobago, questions...

Tobago Chief Secretary disappointed by Sandals’ move

THA Chief Secretary Kelvin Charles says the decision by Sandals to withdraw their plans for a Tobago resort is disappointing, calling it a tremendous...

T&T economy given positive outlook for 2019

The Finance Minister says there has been a positive outlook so far for fiscal 2019, with Government recording more revenue than predicted. Mr Colm Imbert...

Imbert defends PM’s address to the nation figures

Finance Minister Colm Imbert is defending figures used by the Prime Minister during his recent ‘address to the nation’. Several Opposition members and economists have...

Repairs begin on collapsed Moruga Road

WASA officials are currently repairing a leaking underground pipeline that caused part of the Moruga Road in Indian Walk to collapse last night. This caused...

CAL offering ‘limbo’ low fares until Feb 11

Caribbean Airlines is offering low fares to select destinations in the Caribbean until February 11th this year. It’s part of their “Limbo” fare campaign. CAL says...