Dominica begs for more help
Posted: Thursday, September 21, 2017
Dominica begs for more help
Eight people have been confirmed dead while scores of others were still unaccounted for in Dominica up to late last night following the passage of Hurricane Maria. A state of emergency is also in effect.
MOUTTET REPORT REVEALED: Port CEO can't recall contact from Baja Ferries offering 'Cabo Star'
Ocean Flower 2 arrives in T&T
Bridgemans makes new sea bridge tender. The Ocean Flower 2 contract was cancelled on August 8 after it failed to meet three deadlines (July 17, 26 and August 1)
Tourism boost for Tobago from storms
Hotelier tells JSC:
Elias quits as TSTT chairman
CONTRACTOR Emile Elias yesterday resigned with “immediate effect" as the chairman of majority State-owned Telecommunication Services of T&T (TSTT) and its wholly owned subsidiary Massy Communications.
Dumas: Poor boat tired
...former public service head Reginald Dumas says whether there are other reasons for the vessel's presence here should be clarified by Works Minister Rohan Sinanan or the vessel's shippers.
Dumas accepts PM's apology
Concern over latest JLSC appointment
This is the first time a sitting Judge has been appointed to the JLSC and the move has caused concern in the profession, with some saying they did not think it was prudent.
Deokiesingh quits Lake Asphalt board
This followed Petrotrin's August internal audit report over January to June 2017 which alleged volume discrepancies occurred, causing under-supply by, and overpayment to a private operator.
TTUTA hits Cabinet decision
...to change the date of the Secondary Entrance Assessment (SEA) examination from May to March.
Divali holiday is officially October 18
MIC hostage taker facing 10 charges
The 32-year-old Santa Cruz man who threatened to kill a 17-year-old MIC Institute of Technology (MIC-IT) trainee during a stand off with police on Monday, is now facing some 10 charges arising out of the incident.
Cops nabbed carrying $2m ganja in patrol SUV
ACP: Cops' arrests damage Police image
Cop kills 'Mexican' in failed robbery
A Maloney man was killed and his neighbour and accomplice injured yesterday morning, after they attempted to rob a maxi-taxi driver who is also a police officer.
$40,000 for wrongful arrest
Beloved teacher murdered in Morvant drive-by
A primary school teacher, described as Santa Claus in his Petunia Avenue, Coconut Drive, Morvant community, was one of two men gunned down on Tuesday night.
Maxi driver killed, wife shot
A Housing Village, Coryal maxi-taxi driver was killed while his wife was in critical condition last night after bandits stormed the family's compound on Thursday night.
Child molested, stabbed by male relative
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