District Medical Officer Dr Clement Ragobar prepares a flu vaccine at the Susamachar Presbyterian Church yesterday.
KRISTIAN DE SILVA
Influenza vaccinations have run low in some health centres as public demand grows with the threat of the deadly H1N1 virus.
Newly-appointed Chairman of Caribbean Prestige Foundation, Fay Ann Lyons-Alvarez takes a picture with, from left, William Munroe founder Caribbean Prestige Foundation and directors Geoffrey Wharton-Lake and Ricky Raghunanan at the press conference, Hyatt Regency, Port-of-Spain, yesterday.
A little bit of old and a little bit of new as newly- appointed chairman of the International Soca Monarch, Fay Ann Lyons-Alvarez confirmed that the Power Soca and Groovy Soca categories have made their way back into the competition branded “Fantastic Friday.”
Social media blogger Darrel Dookoo
The Satya Anand Ashram (SAA), which sent a complaint on social media blogger Darrel Dookoo to the Equal Opportunity Commission, has called on Prime Minister Keith Rowley to terminate Dookoo’s Public Utilities Ministry contract.
Election sounding in Guyana
Acting Chief Justice of Guyana Roxane George-Wiltshire says she will rule on all cases relating to the No-Confidence motion at the end of the month, according to an online report for News Room.
The Communication Workers Union has been assured that TSTT will not be closed down, but they are still wary of serious changes which may affect the workforce at the State own telecommunications operator.
Rueben Thomas is escorted to the San Fernando Magistrates’ Court yesterday.
A third man appeared yesterday for the kidnapping, rape and robbery of two young women in south Trinidad last month.
A 53-year-old Princes Town man who allegedly molested a 12-year-old girl was yesterday granted a cash bail of $7,500.
The Tobago Business Chamber says it is saddened by the decision of Sandals Resorts International to pull out of Tobago.
Sandals CEO Gebhard Rainer speaks at today's the news conference.
The announcement was made at a news conference in Port-of-Spain following a meeting with Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley and other key ministers at the Office of the Prime Minister.
Cherisse Bramble was shot dead when gunmen stormed her El Dorado home.
Police say around 10 pm on Monday two armed men stormed the home where Cherisse Bramble was and opened fire.
Minister of Health Terrence Deyalsingh.
OFFICE OF THE PARLIAMENT
Officials of the Susamachar Presbyterian Church have arranged for flu vaccinations to given to their congregation members today. District Medical Officer Dr Clement Ragobar confirmed that vaccinations would be done from 4 pm at the church at Carib Street, San Fernando.
Almost two years after it was discovered that the Trinidad and Tobago Cricket Board misallocated almost $3 million in funding from the NGC, and six months after the NGC requested the TTCB to repay that money forthwith, the two bodies are still working on a way forward.
Police are investigating a shooting on George Street that has left several people injured.
Police are investigating a drive-by shooting on George Street tonight, that has left several people injured.