LEAD IN THE WATER
Posted: Thursday, February 16, 2017
LEAD IN THE WATER
The pollutant, known to cause neurological disorders, has been contaminating water supplied to the Caroni Water Treatment Plant for years, posing a health risk to tens of thousands of citizens including children
Sexually transmitted diseases in schools
OVER 300 children of school age have been infected with Sexually Transmitted Diseases (STDs) including HIV, gonorrhoea and syphilis between 2012 and 2015.
5 primary pupils found with HIV
Her Majesty returns
CALYPSO Queen of the World, McCartha 'Calypso Rose' Lewis returned home last night after conquering Europe
Fire Ministers in National Security
Naked woman was off her meds
A WOMAN who stripped herself naked and walked towards Wrightson Road on Tuesday evening, after crashing her pick-up into two cars
Woman strips in road: taken for treatment
TT, Guyana strengthen ties
AG: No removal of special majority
...allegations from the Opposition United National Congress (UNC) and other commentators that Government intends to remove the need for three-fifths legislation coming to Parliament, have no substance.
Angostura appoints new CEO
The appointment was historic, because Genevieve Jodhan is the first woman to head one of Trinidad and Tobago's largest manufacturing companies outside of the energy sector.
One cent to be phased out
Bro Resistance says Revue was never in TUCO
Bro Valentino takes Christophe Grant to court
VETERAN calypsonian Emrold "Bro Valentino" Phillip has warned composer Christophe Grant to desist from maligning his reputation in the industry.
Hindus get training on psychological and mental health first aid
Previous training sessions catered for Christian and Muslim leaders from the SWRHA district as well as teachers and students of secondary schools in San Fernando.
Chaguanas mayor alarmed at crime levels in Borough
Chaguanas Mayor Gopaul Boodhan has recommended the use of private security companies to provide intelligence on criminal activity to the national security services.
'65% reduction in road deaths this year'
State witness gunned down
TWO MEN, one of whom was a State witness, were gunned down in unrelated incidents yesterday in South Trinidad.
Man charged for MovieTowne murder
A 21-YEAR-OLD Morvant man is expected to appear in the Port-of-Spain Magistrates Court today charged for the February 5 murder of Jamilia De Revenaux.
Third rape suspect nabbed
POLICE yesterday apprehended a third suspect in the rape of a 26-year-old cashier who was attacked last Saturday
Kidnapped by Facebook friend
Missing girl calls mother
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