Front view of the historic Lion House in Chaguanas which is on the verge of collapse.
Vagrants have moved into Lion House, the childhood home of late Nobel Laureate VS Naipaul, which is in an advanced state of dilapidation and could collapse at any time.
Sharaz Baksh 43, died after his van ran off the road and plunged into a drain at Reform Village, Gasparillo, on Saturday night.
A 43-year-old Barrackpore man returning home from work died when his van plunged into a deep drain in Gasparillo on Saturday night.
Joseph Watson recounted their ordeal after their pirogue capsized and sank.
The family of Cpl Gerald James, who went missing at sea last Friday, believes he is still alive and claims not enough is being done to find him.
Chagauanas East MP Fazal Karim speaking at the launch of the Introduction to Civil Aviation programme at the constituency sub-office
Chagaunas East MP Fazal Karim does not believe enough is being done to grow T&T’s aviation industry. He cited the near 150-person turnout at his Introduction to Civil Aviation programme at his constituency’s sub-office on Saturday.
A crime scene investigator takes photos of the murder scene outside Gulf City Mall, La Romaine, yesterday.
Kristian De Silva
After meeting with his ten-year-old son, a 71-year-old man was shot dead as he sat in a taxi in front of the Gulf City Shopping Mall in La Romaine.
The National Gas Company (NGC) has told bpTT it wants less natural gas than is available to it for the rest of the year, leaving behind almost 50 million standard cubic feet per day, even though there has been a natural gas shortage in the country.
Members of the Islamic Missionaries Guild during a gathering yesterday to show solidarity with families of the victims of the terror attack in New Zealand.
President of the Islamic Missionaries Guild, Imtiaz Mohammed, says T&T cannot rule out the possibility of terror attacks similar to what happened in New Zealand on Friday taking place in this country.
NCRHA Vice-chairman Elvin Edwards, centre, cut the ribbon to launch of the new stress relief clinic at the old Chaguanas Health Centre yesterday. Looking on, from left, are facility manager, Renee Pilgrim, clinical psychologist Cavlie Chai-Hong Delfosse, Ministry of Health mental health manager Ashvini Nath, clinical psychologist Patricia Lee Wah-Cooper, NCRHA director Yvonne Bullen Smith and NCRHA COF Stacy Thomas-Lewis.
The country’s first stress relief clinic has been established at Endeavour Road, Chaguanas, by the North Central Regional Health Authority (NCRHA) in response to calls for greater attention to be paid to mental health issues.
Tourism Minister Randall Mitchell and officials of Udecott look on at demolition of dilapidated vendors booths at Maracas.
Dilapidated and unsightly vendors booths at the Maracas Beach Facility are being demolished. This is part of ongoing work to upgrade and enhance the facility.
A woman places flowers at a makeshift memorial near the mosque in Christchurch, New Zealand, where one of the mass shootings occurred yesterday.
Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley has expressed shock at the terrorist attack on two mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand, which yesterday claimed the lives of 49 people.