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Met Office cancels adverse weather alert
Posted: Wednesday, October 24, 2018

Met Office cancels adverse weather alert

River levels subside, but more rain expected
While an adverse weather alert issued by the T&T Meteorological Service (Met Office) has been downgraded from Orange Level to Yellow Level, citizens are still advised that there is a high chance of heavy showers or thunderstorm activity in a few areas, which can lead to street or flash flooding.

President Paula-Mae Weekes falls ill at Carifesta XIV launch

T&T gets $1.3 million donation
The Corporacion Andina de Fomento (CAF) Development Bank of Latin America has indicated it will donate US$200,000 (TT$1.3 million) to assist T&T in its flood relief efforts.

Banks open flood relief accounts

Ministry changes flood grant methodology
Regional corporations had been advising people waiting to be assessed for Government grants not to discard their damaged belongings as authorities had to view them to make a proper assessment.

Respect flood victims' dignity
TEMA director warns against giving used clothes

Shadow's vibe

Shadow dies
Days before receiving honorary doctorate

Shadow to get honorary degree posthumously
The University of the West Indies (UWI) will still confer Winston Bailey's honorary degree during its graduation ceremony on Saturday.

Rowley: Shadow revolutionised calypso

Young: No relocation for Greenvale residents
National Security Minister Stuart Young says discussions around relocating residents of Greenvale, La Horquetta and flood-prone Oropune Gardens cannot be entertained at this time, as there is insufficient State housing.

Kamla tells Government: Relocate Greenvale residents

Young: No place now to move Greenvale residents
after severe flooding...

Blind women brave the flood
Candice John, 34, is visually impaired and lives alone on the corner of Kaffie and Pillai Streets, Spring Village, Valsayn. But after Saturday's onslaught of flood, she's thinking twice

Work continues on Lady Young Road after landslips

CJ ordered to pay Law Association lawyers
CHIEF Justice Ivor Archie has been ordered to pay the cost of the attorneys, including a senior counsel, who represented the Law Association of Trinidad and Tobago (LATT) before the Privy Council.

Seismic Centre: Quake activity elevated
THE two earthquakes felt on Monday night were part of "an elevated level of seismicity" being felt both regionally and globally, said Dr Joan Latchman

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