Posted: Thursday, September 7, 2017
EVEN as Antigua and Barbuda primed themselves, battened down the hatches and followed the rules, there was one reported death on the island after Hurricane Irma's passing.
Northern Caribbean islands feel Irma's wrath
Monster Hurricane Irma, the most powerful hurricane ever recorded over the Atlantic Ocean, is still pummelling parts of the northern Caribbean with its Category 5 winds and heavy rains.
Barbuda 'totally demolished' but Antigua spared, says PM
Hurricane Jose in the area
AFTER the devastation left behind in Houston, Texas by Hurricane Harvey and Hurricane Irma barrelling through the Leeward Islands, Tropical Storm Jose was named a hurricane as of 5 pm yesterday
T&T going in wrong direction
Two years into the tenure of Dr Keith Rowley's People's National Movement (PNM) administration, the country is deemed to be “going in the wrong direction” by the majority of respondents in a new survey of Government's performance.
Sister isle loses $25M due to ferry crisis
STAFF at some Tobago hotels are now working just a three-day work-week due to the island's economic crisis caused by inter-island transport woes
Assemblyman: Board, Sinanan should be fired
THA rep absent from JSC session
Hoteliers beg suppliers for payment plans
Tobago hoteliers are making a case for compensation over the losses they have suffered as a result of the sea bridge crisis.
Senator: Economies racking up huge debt bills
Truckers pee in Cabo Star sink
ARE truckers who travel with their vehicles on the cargo ferry Cabo Star covered by insurance in the event of a mishap
Badly beaten toddler makes rapid recovery
A TWO-YEAR-OLD toddler, who was allegedly beaten, resulting in her colon being ruptured and whose chance of survival was described by doctors as slim...
Minister Cuffie hospitalised
Minister of Public Administration and Communications Maxie Cuffie is resting comfortably at St Clair Medical Centre, Port-of-Spain following a medical emergency on Tuesday night.
Prof Watson – TT's oil days have ended
Activist: Child marriages still legal in T&T
Until the amended Marriage Act is proclaimed, people under the age of 18 can get married and such marriages will be considered legal, child rights activist Hazel Brown said yesterday.
Protest in Williamsville over bad roads
FRUSTRATED residents yesterday blocked the roads with debris, old furniture and appliances in protest of the deplorable conditions of the Garth Road near Williamsville.
New technology coming to safeguard prisons
Prison boss on inmates using social media:
Cops seize 2,000 illegal guns in 36 months
He must pay for my hurt
A 25-year-old woman who was preparing to be engaged to her 27-year-old boyfriend, who was a no-show on the day of the engagement party, is planning to sue him.
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