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RC Archbishop Joseph Harris yesterday reiterated his call for mediation, saying this would ultimately create a better society. “The possibility with mediation has always existed but it is up to the people to come to a consensus and a conclusion to find common ground and to move on. “I have said r

Health Minister Dr Fuad Khan yesterday challenged hunger-striker Dr Wayne Kublalsingh to prove him wrong about his health. Khan had said over the weekend  Kublalsingh, who has been on a hunger strike for almost a month, had no signs of imminent organ failure. 

National Security Minister Gary Griffith said T&T did not provide any information that led to Jamaat-al-Muslimeen leader Yasin Abu Bakr being detained and denied entry to Jamaica on Wednesday. He was speaking at yesterday’s post-Cabinet news conference at the Office of the Prime Minister, St

After being beaten and forced to watch his fiancée and employees hogtied by gunmen, Point Fortin businessman Rajendra Bisram was shoved into his own pickup and carted away. For most of Wednesday night and yesterday, the national security helicopter circled the areas near his Maharaj Trace, Cap-de

A community nurse at the Queen’s Park Counselling Centre and Clinic, Port-of-Spain, says T&T is not ready to deal with the Ebola virus despite assurances from Health Minister Dr Fuad Khan.

Thousands of citizens in central, east and northwest Trinidad were plunged into darkness last night because of “unrelated incidents” at generation facilities operated by Trinity Power in Point Lisas and Power Gen, Wrightson Road, Port-of-Spain. This was according to an advisory issued by T&TE

The National Operations Centre (NOC) has dismissed rumours two vessels originating from Africa with an Ebola-infected crew members were anchored in T&T territorial waters yesterday. In a press release issued late yesterday evening NOC executive director Garvin Heerah described the rumours, wh

Providing more compensation for health care workers in light of the Ebola threat is not high on the agenda of the government. Rather, Health Minister Dr Fuad Khan says Government is focusing all efforts to improve safety procedures in case the virus found its way to T&T’s shores. Responding t

T&T yesterday joined some other Caricom states in implementing an immediate ban on visitors from African countries with the Ebola virus. Health Minister Dr Fuad Khan made the announcement during yesterday’s post-Cabinet news conference at the Office of the Prime Minister, St Clair. He said th

Tobago was thrown into panic mode yesterday after word had spread that a Liberian vessel had docked at the Scarborough port and the occupants were sightseeing in the capital. However, it proved to be a false alarm due to a misunderstanding in a radio communication between the port and T&T Coa

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