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A 22-year-old Arima man was arrested yesterday for possession of a firearm and related paraphernalia.
A challenge has been meted out to the Transit Police by the road safety Non-Governmental Organisation (NGO) Arrive Alive to enforce the law to unauthorised drivers on the Priority Bus Route “without fear and favour.”
It’s premature to answer conjecture on whether Paria Fuel Trading Company’s contract for the recent sale of fuel to Aruba was breached, Attorney General Faris Al Rawi said yesterday.
Tens of thousands of people who are visually impaired in some way will soon be able to access published works from the National Library and Information Systems Authority (NALIS), which will convert information for their use.
When Lornetta Jan and her husband left Trinidad and Tobago for Canada on March 8, they planned to be back home in a month. They went to Ottawa to get medical attention that is not available here.
What was meant as a four-part video series to highlight a major security breach at the compound of the Public Transport Service Corporation (PTSC) where a bus can be easily stolen, among his colleagues turned out to be a public spectacle when it was leaked in the public's domain via social media.
Speaking with the Guardian Media on Tuesday, the PTSC employee, who strapped his camera phone on his arm and recorded how easy it was for someone to steal a bus from City Gate, said he did it to show his colleagues that a recent protocol change by management, in fact, turned out to be a "big loophole."
The employee said previously the buses go through a series of safety and security checks together with drivers but now, two weeks ago that procedure was stopped.
"I was assigned a bus carrying a fleet number HMC13. When assigned we have to do a visual to ensure tyres and mirrors are up to mark and after this is pleased with, the bus is then taken to the professionals in the front line, the engineering department, to do a mechanical check and if the engineers are satisfied that the bus is roadworthy then the driver is to proceed to the security for another check to ensure that nothing is leaving the compound with the bus or the driver is not trying to steal anything then the driver can make his way to the cue where he would load his passengers."
The Director of the Pan American Health Organization, Carissa F. Etienne, has called on countries to come together, to address health, social and economic emergencies, as the novel coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic expands rapidly in the Americas.
A 41-year-old man from Santa Cruz was arrested for possession of a firearm and ammunition during an anti-crime exercise on Monday.
The Trinidad and Tobago Municipal Police Service (TTMPS) has been augmented with the addition of 115 new Municipal Police Constables, who took the oath of office at the Municipal Police Training Academy in Marabella, yesterday, Monday 11 May 2020.
Use of the Priority Bus Route by taxis (‘H’ vehicles), between the Curepe and Mt Hope intersections, has ended with effect from today Tuesday 12th May 2020.
A police officer, with 23 years of service in the T&T Police Service, was crushed to death on Monday night, when a tree fell on his home at Mt D'Or.
The government of this country has spent $934 million so far, on treating with the COVID-19 Pandemic.
Only one COVID-19 patient, described as “low risk” and “ambulatory”, remains at the Caura Hospital, according to the latest update from the Ministry of Health.
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