Govt to revisit mandatory building code
Posted: Thursday, August 23, 2018
Young: Govt to revisit mandatory building code
GOVERNMENT is willing to revisit building code regulations, says Communications Minister Stuart Young, especially after Tuesday's 6.9 quake shook the country.
UWI Seismic: Implement lessons learned
Patients relocated at PoS hospital
THE top two floors of the central building at the Port of Spain General Hospital were cleared out yesterday after Tuesday's earthquake, as the Ministry of Health awaits yet another report on the structural integrity of the building.
Quake casues structural damage at PoSGH
T&T remains on high alert
6.0 aftershock causes more trauma
Clinical therapist: Look for signs of trauma in earthquake aftermath
Duke under fire for panicking public servants
Erin farmers' lives uprooted
Road warps, cracks during quake
Women sexually abusing boys too
The authority said, celebrating sexual abuse of boys by women and accepting it as part of a boy's development into manhood, caused emotional and psychological problems for the child.
Hosein: State must monitor make-work programmes
Kamla threatens Deyalsingh
PM meets Sandals today
THE Prime Minister will meet with a delegation from Sandals Resorts International today in Tobago.
Minister steps in to help paraplegic
In response to paraplegic Stacy Ann Parris' plight for help in finding a home, the Minister of Social Development and Family Services, Cherrie-Ann Crichlow-Cockburn, visited Parris at her Woodbrook home on Monday, promising to assist in upgrading her living conditions.
Finance manager on 88 money laundering charges
A 48-year-old finance manager from a manufacturing company in Caroni is expected to appear in the Tunapuna Magistrates' Court today on 88 charges related to money laundering and falsification of accounts.
Two friends killed after leaving wake of murder victim
According to a police report, at about 9 pm Anderson Forbes, 27 and Anderson James, 32, were seated in a Nissan Tiida, at Phase 3, Bon Air Gardens when a gunman opened fire.
Drug mule fined $33,000 for attempting to smuggle cocaine
Andrew Walters, 48, pleaded guilty to charges of attempting to export cocaine and possession of cocaine for the purpose of trafficking in the Scarborough Magistrates Court.
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