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I am sitting here in front of the TV two weeks before the elections and for once, not dismissing the non-government candidates on the assumption that the die is cast for them, and theirs is an exercise in futility.
Two men have been arrested following several robberies in South Trinidad.
Sherwin Alexander, 39, of Pioneer Drive, Sea Lots, and Christopher Hoyte, 35, of John Jules Trace, Fyzabad, were arrested on July 20th during an anti-crime exercise.
The Tobago-based environment group, ERIC—Environmental Research Institute Charlotteville—has secured funding support from the Green Fund to continue its ongoing research into underwater sea turtles.
A 39-year-old man from Talparo was arrested on Wednesday night for illegally possessing a firearm and ammunition, after police officers searched his home.
The People's National Movement (PNM) has called out the seven persons from the Non-Aligned Politicians (NAP) group who endorsed the Progressive Democratic Patriots (PDP) on Wednesday.
A relative has been detained for questioning into the circumstances surrounding the death of fruit and vegetable vendor, 34-year-old Amar Hardeen, who was shot dead at his stall at Madras Junction in Cunupia on Thursday morning.
A 23-year-old security officer will appear before the Siparia Magistrates’ Virtual Court today, on a sexual assault charge.
And the latest COVID-19 Update from the Ministry of Health is reporting that two more persons have been discharged from the Caura Hospital.
While gang violence plagued parts of his Port-of-Spain North/St Ann’s West constituency in the past five years, National Security Minister Stuart Young says this level of crime did not happen overnight.
Voters must keep the United National Congress’ hands off of the people’s saving in the Trinidad and Tobago Unit Trust Corporation, which a UNC government plans to use to deal with T&T’s finances, says Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley.
After yesterday’s announcement of a new phase of COVID-19 spread, Progressive Empowerment Party (PEP) leader Phillip Alexander wrote President Paula-Mae Weekes and the Elections Boundaries Commission calling for the August 10 General Election to be postponed.
In a statement, the ANSA McAL Group confirmed that the employee was receiving medical treatment and is doing well. The company noted that the employee had not worked at the facility since July 17. However, he came in contact with someone who tested positive on July 19 and fell ill the following day. In keeping with the company’s protocols, the employee did not report to work.
In the past week, Trinidad and Tobago has had five people who contracted COVID-19 from an unknown source within the country, sprouting eight more cases through primary contacts and forcing some businesses to close for sanitisation exercises, the closure of three schools and the self-quarantining of hundreds of people.
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