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Global Medical Response of T&T (GMRTT) has acquired the country’s first isolation chamber. GMRTT’s CEO, Paul Anderson, showed the new equipment to the T&T Guardian yesterday as he declared the company was ready to handle an Ebola case right now, if necessary. Three additional chambers are

A local man who was said to be fighting with the militant group Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (Isis) in Syria, is now back home and fearful that his family is in danger. Ashmead Mohammed last night told CNC3 news he has no connections with Isis and has never even been to Syria, noting his passp

Government is looking at imposing a penalty on defaulting passengers on the Tobago airbridge who cancel their tickets. This measure was proposed by a delegation of Tobago House of Assembly officials, led by Chief Secretary Orville London, during yesterday’s meeting with a central Government team.

The Chaguanas Borough Corporation is seeking private sector support for an aerial spraying exercise. Mayor Gopaul Boodhan made the appeal over the weekend, saying there had been an increase of people with flu like symptoms in the borough. 

Government expects to save more than $600 million by refitting five secondary schools that had been earmarked for demolition.

The sex-offender registry promised by Government since 2011 will not come on stream this year.

Constitutional reform will be on the cards if a PNM government  implements the one man-one vote system at national level “as we must,” Opposition Leader Dr Keith Rowley signalled yesterday. Rowley hinted at this during yesterday’s People’s National Movement (PNM) delegate convention at the Hyatt

Bleeding from gunshot wounds to his chest, Anil Jaikaran drove at full speed out of the Marabella Train Line, desperately trying to get his brother and sister-in-law to safety. Jaikaran’s brother, Naresh, dodged most of the bullets except one, which struck him on the leg.

The media and public are invited to a lecture on the late journalist Patrick Chookolingo, on Wednesday at 5.30 pm, in the AV Room at the National Library, Abercromby Street, Port-of-Spain. 

Secretary General of the Organisation of American States (OAS) José Miguel Insulza says more than 70 million people have been lifted out of poverty in Latin America and the Caribbean in recent years.

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