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Floods, quakes jolt TT out of complacency
Posted: Thursday, October 25, 2018

Floods, quakes jolt TT out of complacency
American Chamber of Commerce (Amcham) president Patricia Ghany made his observation yesterday at the opening of Amcham's 2018 Health Safety, Security and Environment conference

Wint dismisses ODPM slow response claim

Wake for Shadow

Super-wife: Woman chops burglar, saves husband

Some people just 'miserable' and 'cantankerous' says Rowley
Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley says he did not turn down any offer of aid from fellow Caricom countries to assist in flood relief efforts.

UN pledges support for T&T flood relief efforts

Baptist minister wants govt to rethink restorative justice
A BAPTIST minister wants legislators to rethink their position on the reform of prisoners and give back some control to prison officers as inmates call "hits" on their lives.

Technology helps against crime
National Security Minister:

New police unit will have pepper spray, tasers

President Weekes bounces back
President Paula-Mae Weekes, is feeling and doing much better after she fell ill briefly on Tuesday night at the launch of Carifesta XIV at the Hilton Trinidad, St Ann's.

Couva Children's Hospital to be renamed University Hospital

Griffith cancels Divali, Christmas events
Cops hit by floods to get $1m saved

26 police dogs rescued from Caroni Police Station
Twenty-six K-9 dogs and their five handlers were rescued from flood waters which rose to as high as eight feet at the Caroni Police station last Saturday

Sandals gives US$50,000 for flood relief
THE Sandals Foundation has donated US $50,000 (TT$335,000) to the Living Water Community to help with flood relief efforts.

Young: 'People already traumatised'
Not a fan of social media

Kalpoos tell flood victims stop bad begging
Having been hailed as heroes for rescuing over 400 people when floods waters reached the roofs of homes in Kelly Village, the Kalpoo brothers are now combing through the mangrove villages of the Central Plains trying to find families who have not received any help.

Bamboo finally receives relief
In a joint venture, the SJLRC and T&T Coast Guard drove into the community in trucks and other high vehicles, giving residents whose homes were breached by flood waters care packages containing cleaning products and hygienic products.

Residents thrown out shelter slam Ganga
'We're no thieves'

Thieves 'lifting' damaged items in Greenvale

Family kills 5-ft boa seeking flood refuge
Snakes and caimans displaced by the expansive flooding of the Central Plains are finding their way into the properties of residents and some have already been killed.

2 more murders push toll to 428

'He felt he had licence to kill'
This was the description given by State prosecutor Joy Balkaran of 44-year-old security guard Curt Melville who is on trial for the murder of 19-year-old Webster Damone Sutherland on December 31, 2004

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