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A repatriated national has brought the new strain of COVID-19 (Variant B117) from the United Kingdom into the country, increasing fears now over whether health officials will be able to control its spread.
Australian outfit BHP has confirmed that it’s recent search for oil in Trinidad and Tobago’ deep water ended in failure with the Broadside-1 well being a dry hole.
The Monkey Town Public Cemetery Garden of Rest was this week damaged and turned into “a garden of unrest and disrespect” as about 20 graves were indiscriminately dug up and the dead disturbed.
A High Court Judge has stopped the deportation of two Venezuelan women and two children, who have immigration cases pending.
A High Court Judge has deferred her decision on a stay of the trial of two men accused of the brutal murder of Sean Luke.
Just over a year after a 51-year-old school driver allegedly committed sexual touching of a 13-year-old girl he appeared in court yesterday for the crime.
The political leader of the People’s National Movement (PNM) Dr Keith Rowley told Tracy Davidson-Celestine he approves of the Main Ridge Forest zipline project and wants her to continue it, after the January 25 Tobago House of Assembly (THA) elections.
The PDP’s deputy political leader Farley Augustine has promised the disparity in the cost of living between Tobago and Trinidad will be one of the key areas addressed when the Progressive Democratic Patriots take the reigns of the Tobago House of Assembly.
The area of Parlatuvier/L’Anse Fourmi/Speyside is one of the prized two seats, the then newly formed Progressive Democratic Patriots (PDP) prised out of the People’s National Movement’s (PNM) hands in the 2017 THA elections. The other is Roxborough/Delaford electoral district.
A Chaguanas bar was closed down for violating several health and safety regulations yesterday.
A Chaguanas bar was closed down for several health and safety infringements.
Officers attached to the Central Division along with Occupational Safety and Health Authority personnel, went to the bar at Railway Road, Chaguanas around 1.30 pm, on January 21st.
According to police reports, they served Prohibition Notices to the manager of the establishment with instructions to immediately halt operations due to the health and safety infringements. The bar was immediately shut down.
The establishment had been previously inspected by Central Division Officers, Customs and Excise personnel and Trinidad and Tobago Fire Services personnel in the presence of the manager. During the inspection, multiple health and safety issues were identified and brought them to the attention of the owner.
The Ministry of Health has recorded 20 new COVID cases bringing the total number of active cases to 343. The death toll stands at 133. There are 41 patients at hospital one of which is in ICU. The following is a graphic provided by the Ministry of Health:
The Trinidad and Tobago Police Service is seeking the urgent assistance of the public in locating 15-year-old Darius Pitt.
Darius, of Laventille Road, San Juan, was last seen at his home at 8 pm on January 13th. He was reported missing to the San Juan Police Station at 7.20 pm on January 20th by a relative. Darius, is of African descent, and slim build, with a light brown complexion.
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