$32m spent on desilting
Posted: Sunday, October 28, 2018
TTPS launches Emergency Response Patrol unit
COMMISSIONER of Police Gary Griffith has launched a new unit which enables officers to use non-lethal weapons like tasers and pepper spray.
2 escape in shootout
Police on mobile patrol were shot at when they attempted to stop and question two young men in Fyzabad early yesterday morning.
$32m spent on desilting but flooding everywhere
Government's budget for a nationwide desilting programme grew from an approved $1 million to some $32 million within the first six months of 2018.
Govt to upgrade drainage system
Minister tours Caroni River after floods
International experts for Cold Case Unit
According to sources, the hierarchy of the TTPS led by Commissioner of Police (CoP) Gary Griffith is seeking to recruit experts in cold case and missing person investigations, cybercrime, and safety and security from the United States and the United Kingdom.
No deal, no secret
Sandals chairman hits TT as too political
PM: Greenvale to be assessed by Works Ministry
ODPM's Wint disappointed with flood response
Wint said he was disappointed with the response from his own ODPM, the Defence Force and the Coast Guard after massive floods inundated parts of La Horquetta, Valsayn, and Central last Wednesday.
Frontline of flood relief
NGOs face-to-face with people in despair
A man carries a child through floodwaters in Oropoune Gardens, Piarco on October 20.
Flood grants issued at Grande, Greenvale, Mafeking
Our looming food security challenge
Not in T&T and want to donate to flood relief? CAL offers a solution
Cancer on the job
One love for 'Dr Shadow'
UWI celebrates legendary calypsonian
Wear white: Funeral on Tuesday for Winston 'Shadow' Bailey
The funeral service for Calypso legend, Winston 'Mighty Shadow' Bailey, is carded to take place on Tuesday, October 30, at the Queens Park Savannah for 10 am.
Turning flood ruin into gold
Salvagers forage St Helena Eco Park dump site...
Springland Paradise destroyed
On the hills of Gasparillo in south Trinidad lies a community called Springland where bountiful supplies of fresh spring water cascade downhill.
Family of slain teen to visit PCA
The family of 15-year-old Shekeem Francois intends to go to the Police Complaints Authority (PCA) with an official complaint after they receive his body from the Forensic Science Centre (FSC) in St James.
Immigration Officer arrested in workplace sex assault case
Trinidad and Tobago's weather: Hot and sunny day ahead
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