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Good news for Trinidad and Tobago's nationals stranded on cruise liners begging to come home.
Members of the Inter-Agency Task Force recovered an illegal firearm during an anti-crime exercise conducted in the Port of Spain District, during the period 8:00 pm on Saturday 23rd and 12:30 am on Sunday 24th May, 2020.
President of the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago, Her Excellency Paula-Mae Weeks, believes that despite the challenges and hardship wrought by the current COVID-19 pandemic, “that joy will still abound as families exchange gifts, prepare meals and give thanks to Allah” as Muslims in this country, and around the world, observe Eid-ul-Fitr.
Opposition Leader and Member of Parliament for Siparia, Kamla Persad-Bissessar SC, is urging this country’s citizens to use the principles of Eid—spirituality, sacrifice, prayer, fasting, dedication—to “strengthen our individual sense of purpose going forward” in a post-COVID-19 world.
The Caribbean Public Health Agency (CARPHA) continues its testing regime to determine the incidence of COVID-19 in Trinidad and Tobago, with the number of samples under assessment rising to 2,906, as of the morning of Sunday 24 May 2020.
The first of five Iranian oil tankers heading to Venezuela to help ease fuel shortages has entered the country's waters, encountering no immediate signs of US interference amid a diplomatic standoff.
Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley has saluted members of the Muslim Community for their generosity and caring of the most vulnerable in society, during the current COVID-19 crisis.
There is no place like home. That's the sentiment expressed by Sterling Howell, leader of the music band Xcite, who returned to Trinidad on Saturday night along with five other musicians after spending the last few months off the coast of Barbados aboard the Caribbean Princess.
As medical personnel at the Port-of-Spain General Hospital (POSGH) prepared to resume elective surgeries on Friday, they were delayed for a few hours more after a wild monkey was found in the operating theatre.
The Ministry of Works and Transport has allocated $100 million to deal with this year's expected above normal rainfall which can lead to persistent floods.
Police Commissioner Gary Griffith is concerned that citizens are now breaking the law in an effort to have their grievances highlighted in the media, in the hope that they can pressure the authorities to act accordingly.
Opposition Leader Kamla Persad-Bissessar has accused Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley of hiding from the media as he attempts to evade serious questions relating to the governance of this country.
The screams of two grieving mothers pierced the air at the Valencia RC Cemetery Saturday as they gave a final send off to their sons Junior Soogrim, 13 and Jason, eight (both brothers) after they drowned exactly one week ago at an abandoned pool at an illegal quarry in Tapana Sankarali Road, Valencia.
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