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ODPM Press Conference On Approaching Weather System
Posted: Monday, June 19, 2017

ODPM Press Conference On Approaching Weather System (Video)
Captain Neville Wint of the ODPM, along with representatives from the Meteorological Service, the TTPS, Local Government and Health update citizens on contingency plans on the approach of a weather system.

Schools to remain closed on Tuesday
...Garcia confirms decision

THA offices shut down tomorrow; no decision yet of T'dad government offices

Closing in on T&T - Storm warning No. 4
The weather system is now less than 700 kilometres from Trinidad and Tobago and packing sustained winds of up to 65 kilometres per hour.

Rio Claro begins to feel effects of tropical storm
Forward edge of the system was already reaching rural areas in East Trinidad; system was moving forward at a fast rate and can affect the islands between 8 pm and 2 am.

Caribbean Airlines cancels over 30 flights as storm approaches

Stranded in Tobago by approaching storm
....CAL cancels flights

ODPM Emergency Contact Numbers

T&TEC add new hotlines

GOVERNMENT has placed this country under a tropical storm warning as of 6 pm yesterday.

Storm warning No. 3
..Met Office says system forecast to intensify

Time to prepare is some advice on what to do

Probe CJ and Marcia, says Khan

Fyzabad in the spotlight today as labour unions march
A united labour movement comprising the Joint Trade Union Movement (JTUM), the National Trade Union Centre (NATUC) and the Federation of Independent Trade Unions and NGOs (FITUN) are expected to converge at Charlie King Junction, Fyzabad

Cuffie: Memory of labour leaders must be preserved

MSJ predicts hard times for workers

Indarsingh accuses Gov't of undermining labour laws
SAYING over 25,000 workers had been placed on the breadline while many more are fearful of losing their jobs, Couva South MP Rudranath Indarsingh has called on government to lay in Parliament amendments to the Retrenchment and Severance Benefits Act

Rambachan tells Deyalsingh to get his act together or resign
TABAQUITE MP Dr Surujrattan Rambachan has described as "totally unacceptable and outrageous" a situation at the San Fernando General Hospital where a CT scanner has been non-functional for the past six months.

Ministry: 2,630 workers retrenched

Medical Association refers queries about Conrad Murray to Medical Board

TT national elected to Commission on the Limits of the Continental Shelf
TRINIDAD and Tobago national Dr. Wanda-Lee De Landro Clarke was elected as a member of the Commission on the Limits of the Continental Shelf (CLCS) on Wednesday last week

Tobago pays price for sea-bridge woes
THE Tobago Division of the Trinidad and Tobago Chamber of Industry and Commerce is hoping that creditors "demonstrate some measure of leniency" when it comes to the troubles with inter-island transportation.

Faris on refugees coming to T&T: Govt focusing on T&T citizens

Matelot and Grand Riviere farmers and fisherfolk receive relief cheques
SOME 38 farmers and 31 fisherfolk received relief cheques totalling just over $800,000 on Friday.

Falling tree partially destroys houses

Cousins shot dead in Matura
TWO cousins were yesterday killed after liming with friends along the Toco Main Road, Matura early yesterday morning.

Relative of murdered man: We were making plans for Father's Day

No arrests yet in killing of Chinese couple

Calls for focus to be placed on parental kidnapping

Four charged for robbing Fr Harvey
FOUR men, between the ages of 19 and 33, who confessed to police that they robbed RC priest Fr Clyde Harvey on Monday last, have been charged

An opportunity to help those who have gone astray
CHAIRMAN of the Emancipation Support Committee Khafra Kambon is urging the wider community to use Fr Clyde Harvey's recent experience of being robbed at gunpoint and turn it into an opportunity to help those who have gone astray.

Nine St Michael's boys still missing
NINE of the 11 inmates of the St Michael's Home for Boys, Diego Martin who escaped last week are still at large.

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