Help us sell our produce
Posted: Tuesday, April 14, 2020
Farmer asks Govt: Help us sell our produce
One Warrenville farmer is asking Government to help farmers get goods off their hands to prevent wastage.
Minister: Help needed to understand new Balandra cases
Speaking at a media conference on Monday, Minister of Health Terrence Deyalsingh said, as the government seeks to understand the virus, it would reach out to partners in the US and Canada.
Brooklyn COVID patients challenge Deyalsingh
The group of close to 13 patients told Guardian Media last evening that up to the time of Monday's daily media briefing at 2 pm, Deyalsingh was also aware that four patients had already been sent back to the Couva Hospital after they began displaying viral symptoms.
Probe into how Grande COVID facility was chosen
BPTT keeps gas flowing in midst of COVID-19 disruptions
BPTT has not had any disruption to its supply of natural gas even though it has been forced to make changes to its operations according to its Regional President, Claire Fitzpatrick.
Engineer supplies free face shields to frontline workers
Shivanand Chanderbally and four others are working their 3D printers around the clock to meet requests for face shields which offer more protection for front line workers, particularly those at hospitals and health centres.
Supermarkets Assoc: Time to think about food security
THE ongoing covid19 pandemic and TT's efforts to combat its spread, provides a good opportunity for this country to contemplate the issue of food security. This is the view expressed by Supermarkets Association of TT president Rajiv Diptee in an open letter sent to the media.
Gender-Based Unit alarmed over continued abuse
Devant on virtual pressers: I made formal request
Doctors in the face of death
Doctors try to put up a shield against death. But the reality is, shield or no shield, we all experience emotions – whether grief, sadness, regret, guilt – in some way. Recognising their existence and learning to process them are as important in our training as learning to resuscitate someone. If we don't do this, we are subjecting ourselves to a life of discontentment and burnout. The research to support this is plentiful.
Tributes pour in for champion of equality
She was a champion of minority education, a symbol of the Windrush generation, a tireless worker for equality and an extraordinary leader in community development.
Over 100 animals die in Arima pet store fire
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