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Posted: Tuesday, October 24, 2017

ODPM, regional bodies tussle as criticism mounts'

ODPM: 'We have been working since Wednesday'

Police, many with machine-guns, swarmed the Siparia Magistrates Court as pure cocaine worth $40 million was brought, along with two fishermen, before a magistrate.

Fishermen denied bail in $40m cocaine case

'Hotfoot' Rowley told, deal with floods
Princes Town MP Barry Padarath is taking Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley to task for deciding to leave for Belize tomorrow while the country continues to deal with the flooding crisis.

'Don't go! Stay and do your job'
...Padarath calls on PM not to fly to Belize

PM for disaster talks in Belize

New floods hamper South clean-up efforts

New flood rain pounds south Trinidad
There are also reports of a tropical wave approaching the Lesser Antilles, increasing moisture, instability and chances for showers and thunderstorms through Tuesday.

2,000 emergency calls received
After seven days since adverse flooding throughout several communities in Central, North and South Trinidad, landslides and fallen power lines

Ramadharsingh: Govt using wrong approach
... if the private sector including private individuals, churches, temples and mosques did not partner with the corporation and rather, waited on government agencies to respond, many hundreds of marooned people would have starved.

Electrocution danger: Flood victims beware!

1,000 sandbags for Sangre Grande Regional Corporation

Water going down in Manzanilla
Some parts of Manzanilla Road remained under flood water yesterday, making it impossible for small vehicular access. In fact, only trucks were once again able to traverse the roadway with caution.

Ministry warns of fake flood relief drive

PH drivers charging flood prices $$

Yikes! - Caiman in a swimming pool

AG: More coming on EMBD
“There is a lot more to come” regarding allegations of corruption at the Estate Management Business Development Corporation (EMBD) under the former People's Partnership government.

$13M for Sando waterfront project

Garcia: Budget cuts for school feeding programme

MPs query early poll for UNC leadership
Is the political leader of the United National Congress acting ultra vires of the party's constitution by calling elections for the post of political leader a year earlier than scheduled?

Trouble in the UNC
Ganga Singh challenges election for political leader

15 short-listed for top cop post

DNA lab to be set up in Port-of-Spain
Government is in the process of inviting tenders for equipment to outfit the DNA lab which is expected to come on stream by year's end.

Five hurt in two shooting cases

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