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Guanapo lead contamination above permissible limits
Posted: Saturday, February 18, 2017

Guanapo lead contamination above permissible limits
Lead concentration at the Guanapo Landfill was up to 75 times more than the acceptable level when samples collected by the Department of Chemistry at the University of the West Indies, St Augustine campus were tabulated, according to a May 2016 report

Thousands stuck in highway gridlock after water main ruptures

Hole in highway causes miles of traffic

Traffic affects MX Prime, Sando, Chaguanas drivers

MX Prime holds Bsquare and 'Wuks them

TRINIDAD and Tobago sporting ambassador and ex-Manchester United star forward Dwight Yorke suffered the indignity on Wednesday night, of being blocked from boarding a flight bound for the United States

Yorke denied entry into US

Garcia: No sexual activity involved
5 pupils with HIV...

'Don't hold your breath'
PROPONENTS of condom distribution in schools should not "hold their breath" waiting for this to be implemented, Education Minister Anthony Garcia said, "because I will always resist that."

Central Bank can't restrict banking fees
Dr Alvin Hilaire tells the Joint Select Committee:

Limited powers on bank fees

CARILED ends in TT
THE IMPLEMENTATION and operationalising of local economic development projects through local government across Trinidad and Tobago will measure the success of the Caribbean Local Economic Development (CARILED) project

Don't deface the national emblems response to an image appearing on social media which shows a remake of the Coat of Arms where the national birds have been replaced by wining women.

Camejo brothers sweep Schools' Soca Monarch
Second victory for both

Eustace brothers top Carnival King prelims

City vendors for Central Market
Mayor moves to clear Charlotte Street

Soldiers to the rescue says thanks

Women's groups: PM's comment not whole story
Two women's groups say the danger in Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley's off-the-cuff comment on domestic violence is that it has diverted attention away from the larger problem.

Violent accused curse, spit at media
ousins, friend charged with gang rape, buggery

Three charged with rape, abduction, buggery

'Human' bones found near M2 Ring Road
SKELETAL remains believed to be human were discovered in bushes in Debe on Thursday, three kilometres from the spot where hairdresser Ria Sookdeo was abducted five months ago.

Man killed, body dumped

Search continues
THE search has intensified for two fishermen who disappeared in the sea off Icacos on Tuesday.

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