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Young: State not involved
Posted: Tuesday, August 14, 2018

Young: State not involved
Electronic recording of 'Harry'

Suspended PNM member vows to clear his name

Australian boats above board
The Trinidad and Tobago Government has apologised to the Australian government over Devant Maharaj's letter to that country's attorney general calling for an investigation into the process used to secure two patrol vessels for the T&T Coast Guard.

Drivers wait it out as Caparo floods
DOZENS of Mamoral residents were stranded yesterday as rising floodwaters made roads leading to their homes impassable.

Bad weather to continue until after noon today
THE Office of Disaster Preparedness and Management (ODPM) issued an advisory yesterday urging the public to prepare for adverse weather conditions such as flash flooding, damaging gusty winds and landslides.

ODPM tips on what to do during a flood

Traffic chaos after flash flooding
The adverse weather came as a result of a low-level trough that is interacting with the Inter-Tropical Convergence Zone (ICTZ), which brings with it, chances of floods, gusty winds and landslides.

CAL reports to Cabinet
CAL has not produced financial statements since 2015, when it reported a US$60 million loss for the year.

Speed up prison promotion process
Association knocks PSC tardiness

Flack for Rowley over 'imps' remark
Prime Minister Keith Rowley is getting flack from some PNMites for referring to certain members as "imps" at last Sunday's PNM Family Day function—and for making reference to mosques in his speech.

Upgrade sanctuary instead of building new dog pound
Instead of building a new $3 million animal shelter in San Fernando to keep stray animals, vice president of Animals Alive Jowelle De Souza is suggesting that the money be used to expand the existing Animals Alive sanctuary in South Oropouche.

Suspect charged with stealing SUV outside police station
A 38-year-old man, accused of stealing CNC3 television anchor Khamal Georges' vehicle from outside the Besson Street Police Station after it was recovered following an armed robbery, last week, is expected to appear in court today

Mother detained after toddler's drowning death
According to reports, around 4 pm, the woman, of Quarry Road, San Juan, was at Williams' Bay, Chaguaramas, with her two-year-old daughter and another toddler, when the little girl drowned.



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