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The worst is over: Tropical Storm Warning lifted
Posted: Tuesday, June 20, 2017

The worst is over: Tropical Storm Warning lifted bad was it?

Roofs torn off, trees crash as Bret flexes muscle
Gusty winds and torrential showers began pounding the eastern swath of Trinidad last night and there were reports of fallen trees, power lines, roofs torn off and flash flooding as citizens battened down for the full might of Tropical Storm Bret.

Calls for help: Emergency crews responding
...worst affected in south, east

Water, candles run out of stock

Tobago battens down
TOBAGONIANS braced last night for the expected tropical storm with the announcement that all schools and Tobago House of Assembly (THA) public offices around the island will be closed today.


Mayor: Port of Spain is prepared
PORT of Spain Mayor Joel Martinez yesterday urged citizens in the capital to remain calm as tropical storm Brett approached.

Slower response for rural areas says ODPM official

Roget turns heat on five ministers
Called for the removal of Finance Minister Colm Imbert, National Security Minister Edmund Dillon, Public Utilities Minister Fitzgerald Hinds, Tourism Minister Shamfa Cudjoe and Works and Transport Minister Rohan Sinanan.

Roget: Labour Day II coming on August 4

We will fight for all workers
RESIDENT of the Public Service Association (PSA) Watson Duke made good on his promise to join with other trade unions for the annual Labour Day celebrations at Fyzabad yesterday.

Cruel treatment of working class
OPPOSITION Leader Kamla Persad-Bissessar says she is disappointed with the "cruel treatment" meted out to the working class by the government

Gadsby-Dolly: Sando is culture capital
SAN FERNANDO is the culture capital of the country and is the home for the highly acclaimed Sanfest (San F'do festival of the Arts).

Fix St Michael's or shut it down
STAFF members of the St Michael's Home for Boys in Diego Martin are demanding that either the home undergoes major remedial changes or it be shut down altogether.

Three shot dead in Laventille
...killed for their shoes

Death at Valsayn children's home
Homicide detectives are investigating the death of a 17-year-old boy who died at a children's home in Valsayn supervised by the Children's Authority.

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