Bitter rivals make peace in oil pact
Posted: Monday, April 13, 2020
Bitter rivals make peace in oil pact to cut output
Agreed to boost oil prices by cutting as much as ten million barrels a day in production, or a tenth of global supply
Experts baffled with new covid19 infections
Medical experts are trying to understand an aspect of the epidemiology of the coronavirus, as three of the latest confirmed cases tested positive long after the 14-day incubation period, and none of the three had any symptoms.
Union wants better compensation and protection for essential workers
APPLAUDING all essential workers is fine, but it must move beyond just mere applause to better terms and conditions of employment.
Home at last for Balandra 19
More than a month after they left Trinidad and Tobago to board the Costa Favolosa cruise, 19 persons who have spent much of it in quarantine at Camp Balandra were finally allowed to go home.
Some Caura patients frustrated by 'contaminated' results
wo patients at the Caura facility yesterday claimed that they were tested more than three times in the past month and were told yesterday that the latest swabs were "contaminated".
Trinis in Barbados to be tested at home, if they find their way
Minister of National Security, Stuart Young says the 33 Trinidadian nationals stuck in Barbados will be tested for COVID-19 upon their return to T&T, if they can make their way here. He says they will bear the responsibility for getting here as the borders remain closed.
Greaux expecting COVID-19 money worries
Deyalsingh to COVID partiers:
Young men bent on destroying COVID gains in T&T
YOUNG men are being asked to "man up" as this country prepares for the second and third waves of Covid-19. Minister of Health Terrence Deyalsingh said he will "put it on their heads" should these waves drown us.
Young slams Yesenia
...Activist: I'm shocked at his accusations
An additional crisis
Lupus patients faced with shortage of vital drug
Recovering patients say Grande facility 'mentally depressing'
ERHA CEO insists it's clean
'It's a dump'
Cockroaches infesting 'step down' facility
Brooklyn residents feel betrayed
Questioning why this high handed approach was taken even as they awaited word regarding the request for a virtual meeting with the relevant authorities to discuss their concerns before a final decision was made, the scared residents said the move is a clear signal that their views and wishes are not respected.
Sargassum returns, but councillor's hands tied
The only thing present was the seaweed, which in some areas along the coastline stacked as high as ten° inches.
Virus transforms Barbados to zombie land
Dip in serious crimes during covid19 lockdown
"There may have been an escalation as I anticipated that there is another type of crime they (criminals) will turn to, which is the robberies, burglaries, break-ins of businesses. This is why business owners need to ensure they have proper security mechanisms."
Ex-con among three shot dead in South Trinidad
The victim was at home with his brother when he was attacked by two men who pulled up in a white car outside the house. He was shot multiple time and died at the scene, police said.
Eight held in Gasparillo cockfighting ring
Investigators found and seized several gamecocks, which were being prepared for fighting.
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