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Christmas crops wiped out
Posted: Sunday, October 22, 2017

Christmas crops wiped out
PRESIDENT of the Agricultural Society Dhano Sookoo, yesterday, said the recent spate of flooding had been one of the worst for farmers in 20 years

First hit by Bret, Woodland floods again
Ramadharsingh said the community feared badly because of the poor response by the Office of the Disaster Preparedness and Management (ODPM), which, he claimed, also failed to help after Bret.

Brace for more rain

TTEC warns of electrocution in floods

Stadia affected by heavy rainfall
THE pair of sporting stadia, in Couva (Ato Boldon) and Marabella (Manny Ramjohn), have been affected by the persistent rainfall

Mayaro Ortoire River overflows

El Socorro South's flood woes
The extensive flooding caused many families to be marooned in their homes, virtually cut off from the rest of the community, which falls within the purview of the San Juan/Laventille Regional Corporation.

800 marooned in Mayaro

Mosquito Creek to 're-open' today after emergency works
Mosquito Creek will be fully accessible by midday today, after emergency works and pumping to mitigate flooding and aid in drainage are completed

Citizens still reeling from flood disaster

No need to resign
ODPM head:

Dillion: ODPM to be reviewed
Cognisant of the criticisms that have been levelled against the organisation in its response to the negative impact of the heavy rainfall and flooding within the past few days

Dillon: We're preparing for all disasters

Cuffie reaches out to consituents
Still hospitalised and recovering from a stroke he suffered last month, MP for La Horquetta/Talparo Maxie Cuffie yesterday posted a message on his Facebook account to his constituents affected by recent flooding.

Billions to improve HDC rental units
The Housing Development Corporation (HDC) has a long-term solution to treat with tenants living in deplorable conditions which involves replacing and rebuilding apartment buildings. This project will cost billions of dollars.

Huge cracks in Freeport mandir after rainfall

Kamla seeks early re-election as UNC leader
...but the post may be contested by former senator, member of Parliament and government minister Vasant Bharath.

Moonilal backing Kamla in UNC internals

Fyzabad principal suspends all football
The Fyzabad Premier Division team were kicked out of the Secondary Schools Football League (SSFL) on Thursday. Two players on the team, despite not writing any CSEC examinations, were accepted into Lower Six in September.

Robbery victim still alive
KEVON Richardson, the man who was robbed and shot at an Arima bar on Friday, is alive and in stable condition at hospital.

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