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Tropical Storm Warning discontinued
Posted: Sunday, September 22, 2019

Tropical Storm Warning discontinued for T&T
The government of Trinidad and Tobago has discontinued the Tropical Storm Warning for Trinidad and Tobago, the National Hurricane Centre reports.

Red Alert - Met Office raises warning level

Tropical Storm Karen - T&T, Grenada now under storm warning
At 5 am today the National Hurricane Center, Miami has upgraded an area of low pressure located to the east of Trinidad and Tobago into tropical storm Karen.

Major flooding, fallen poles reported in Tobago due to Tropical Storm

Govt activates severe weather advisories

PM departs for New York
Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley will depart for New York on Sunday, where he is scheduled to participate at the United Nations. In a statement, the Prime Minister said the Government is working through its various agencies to take all necessary steps to prepare for the impact of Tropical Storm Karen.

PM flies to NY as Karen hits Tobago
Dr Rowley is sticking with his agenda to speak at the UN, which he has not done since he was elected Prime Minister in 2015. Climate change will be a highpoint during this week's General Assembly debates.

List of open emergency shelters in Tobago

Karen triggers flooding, families stranded in Tobago
The Tobago Emergency Management Agency's Emergency Operations Centre confirmed early reports of flooding, fallen power lines and damage to a boat.

Disaster Management Units activated
With the potential impact of heavy rainfall and thunderstorms from the 22nd to 23rd September, the Ministry has joined the Ministry of Rural Development and Local Government (MRDLG) to conduct a nationwide state of preparedness using internal resources.

Caribbean Airlines cancels flights due to Tropical Storm Karen

Roget mum on investors
OWTU signed airtight non-disclosure agreement

US$1.4 B to fix Petrotrin refinery
It is also unclear why, after being named preferred bidder for the refinery, the OWTU was given another month to "present to the Evaluation Committee a satisfactory and comprehensive work plan on how it intends to complete the process going forward."

SMWCOL: TT not biggest polluter
Forbes gets figures wrong

Murdered for his salary
Meena Bhim felt blood dripping on her from the floorboards above her head and when she investigated upstairs she made a ghastly discovery.

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