Brace for more bad weather
Posted: Sunday, October 21, 2018
Met Office: Brace for more bad weather
The Met Office is warning residents in areas not yet affected to plan an emergency response to safeguard their lives and properties.
Brace for more rain: Adverse weather alert extended to Tuesday
The Met Office has extended its Adverse Weather Alert #3-Orange Level to Tuesday.
Rowley to approach Cabinet for $25M to aid with flood relief
Watch:Weather conditions intensify in Tobago; flash flooding reported
The Tobago Emergency Management Agency (TEMA) has confirmed that weather conditions are becoming more severe in Tobago, as the Intertropical Convergence Zone (ITCZ) intensifies over Trinidad and Tobago.
PM: A national disaster
Floods submerge communities in east, central Trinidad
Evacuations as Greenvale Park floods out
'Move us out'
Oropune residents fed up of flooding
Update: Highway reopened to SUVs and trucks
At midnight on Sunday 21 October, the Trinidad and Tobago Police Service advised that the Uriah Butler Highway between Caroni and Munroe Road has been reopened to vehicular traffic, namely SUVs and trucks.
'Worst flooding in 50 years'
Sangre Grande residents appeal for help
Galleons Passage Sunday sailings cancelled
Due to inclement weather conditions, the technical team is still currently experiencing difficulty in getting across to Tobago to conduct investigations and address issues on board.
OWTU pushes for Petrotrin refinery
Small: New oil firm a cash-cow
Kamla: Gov't response to floods 'pathetic'
'Govt fell down'
Kamla hits preparation for bad weather
Minister rescues pregnant woman
Local Government Minister Kazim Hosein rescued a heavily pregnant woman who was trapped in rising flood waters this afternoon
Digicel monitoring networks in the aftermath of floods
Digicel says that the Kelly Village, San Raphael East, Sangre Grande (mobile and Home & Entertainment), Fishing Pond, Aripo, Mundo Nuevo areas that are impacted with service outages are not accessible
5 feet of water in Mafeking
Mayaro residents use a dinghy to get out of floodwaters.
A watery blockade
Kelly Village, Caroni and St Helena remained submerged under floodwaters yesterday
'Be compassionate to the snakes, caimans'
WITH caimans and snakes being displaced by the flood waters near to private property, the Zoological Society of Trinidad and Tobago is advising that the animals should preferably be left alone and unharmed.
Animals scared too, leave them alone
List of donation drop-off points; T&T mobilises to help flood victims
500 church faithfuls stranded by flood
They used the padded chairs as makeshift beds, singing hymns and comforting one another until daybreak Sunday.
4.2 magnitude earthquake strikes near Trinidad and Tobago, Barbados
Doctor charged with brutal beating of wife
A 51 year old medical doctor of Chaguanas was arrested and charged by police on Saturday with the brutal beating of his wife.
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