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Health Minister Fuad Khan is concerned that the Ebola virus may have found a new way to spread. Khan was reacting to news that broke yesterday of a US healthcare worker tested positive for the virus, becoming that country’s first case of the disease being contracted or transmitted locally. The fe

The Highway Re-route Movement (HRM) is blaming Prime Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar for its leader Dr Wayne Kublalsingh’s life being under threat.

Harts bandleader Luis Hart says if the National Carnival Commission (NCC) shuts down Carnival because of the threat of the Ebola virus, it will break the backs of the tourist and Carnival industries. NCC chairman Allison Demas had said that the threat of an Ebola outbreak was becoming more real d

He has been criticised severely for the past four weeks, but more support is coming for environmentalist Dr Wayne Kublalsingh in a candlelight gathering in St Clair, today. Saying that his hunger strike was not just about the highway, founder of the Adult Literacy Tutors’ Association Paula Lucie-

Works and Infrastructure Minister Dr Suruj Rambachan plans to meet with 29  civil society groups concerning the proposals made by the Highway Re-route Movement. Rambachan said he plans to meet with the groups on Wednesday, and take their representatives on an aerial tour to see where the highway

In the tiny village of Trinogo, all lived peacefully harvesting their special mangoes and sorrel from their fields and fishing from the Peace River.

It has been 26 days since activist Dr Wayne Kublalsingh began his second hunger strike in less than a year.

Finance Minister Winston Dookeran said he is saddened over environmentalist Dr Wayne Kublalsingh’s continued hunger strike, but believes Prime Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar has done all she can. Acknowledging that time was running out on Kublalsingh’s life as his health continues to deteriorate

Leader of the Highway Re-Route Movement (HRM) Dr Wayne Kublalsingh says despite the intercession of members of the Inter-Religious Organisations (IRO), he is resolute in continuing with his hunger strike. Kublalsingh said that along with diplomacy and mediation, the group will be ramping up litig

An online petition has been started by heritage educator, author and researcher Dr Kris Rampersad as well as open letters to President Anthony Carmona and Prime Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar calling for the safeguarding of T&T’s natural heritage, the “other Magnificent Seven of the South.”

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