Regional PMs offer Rowley help
Posted: Tuesday, October 23, 2018
Regional PMs offer Rowley help
"The Prime Minister thanked all the leaders for their concern and best wishes and indicated that difficult as it is, we are coping for the moment through Government agency responses and private outpourings from persons across the nation."
President 'horrified, concerned' by floods
Sinanan: Opposition broke the spirit of TT patriots
WORKS and Transport Minister Rohan Sinanan said the Opposition walkout led by Senator Khadijah Ameen on Government's response to recent flooding broke the morale of those patriotic people working in relief efforts.
Rambharat slams UNC flood 'gallerying'
Agriculture Minister Clarence Rambharat has defended Government against UNC Senator Kadijah Ameen's criticisms it had failed on managing the flood devastation.
Cut their salary
Government Senator Foster Cummings has put forward a suggestion that Opposition Senators who walked out of the Upper House yesterday should face a salary cut.
Young defends Gov't decision not to declare national shutdown
Budget passed in Senate
MINISTER in the Ministry of Finance Allyson West says TT is moving towards a balanced budget and the way to eliminate the deficit is to collect outstanding taxes.
Imbert seeks flood insurance $$
Two days after Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley said $25 million would be made available to help flood victims, Finance Minister Colm Imbert announced that Government was now seeking to get additional funds from the Caribbean Catastrophe Risk Insurance Facility (CCRIF).
51 schools affected by floods—Garcia
Only seven per cent of schools across Trinidad were affected by last weekend's devastating floods.
22 schools closed following heavy rains, flooding
Health Ministry: Flooding increases leptospirosis risk
ODPM: T&T not yet out of the woods
PoS sends help to flooded areas
The Port of Spain City Corporation and all other municipal corporations have released their disaster units to assist those within and outside of their jurisdictions.
Police, psychologists help Oropune residents
TTPS slams fake news on Greenvale flood deaths
Watch: Woman 'sorry' after Xtra Foods price hike claim
Not long after, the woman who made the claims apologised and acknowledged that she had made an error in her initial statements.
Caroni river crosses highway…again
Businesses open, no customers
Although business places throughout south Trinidad opened their doors as normal yesterday, there was a low turnout of customers.
Nutrimix donates 3,000 packs of flour to flood victims
Bookstore, teachers pledge donations of school supplies after floods
Pose for bread
Grande residents shun photos for flood help
Richards among officers marked for death
Even as they buried their murdered colleague Darren Francis yesterday, acting Commissioner of Prisons Dane Clarke said more "hits" have been put out on the lives of his officers, including Prison Officers Association president Ceron Richards.
Bishop charged with murder of Alisa Ali
A 41-year-old Guyanese bishop is expected to appear before a Chaguanas magistrate tomorrow charged with the October 14 murder of pastor Alisa Ali.
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