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Met Office: More floods likely
Posted: Monday, January 1, 2018

Met Office: More floods likely
Hundreds of residents of flood-prone communities across Trinidad were forced to celebrate New Years while marooned at their homes after floods failed to recede yesterday following days of heavy rains.

Man bent on killing family
Chop, stab Roopchand and her 27-year-old son, Premchand

Barrackpore floods recede while Mayaro cut off
Fears of a repeat of the Divali day floods were allayed for Barrackpore residents yesterday as the incessant rainfall, which began last Thursday, eased on Saturday night

Minister: Stay away from North Coast Road it would take several days to clear.

Hosein: Illegal dumping to blame
Local Government Minister Kazim Hosein brought in a heavy duty pump to channel flood waters out of several villages yesterday after the Caroni River burst its banks sending flood waters through the central plains.

Study: T&T's LGBTQI community denied rights

NJAC: Rebuild institutions
The National Joint Action Committee (NJAC) is calling for a restoration of public confidence in public institutions in 2018.

Earning living robbing people
After being robbed twice in one month a Gasparillo proprietor is fearing for his life and his employees.

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