Six on cruise ship test positive
Posted: Monday, June 15, 2020
Six on cruise ship test positive for covid19
The latest cases takes TT's overall tally to 123 covid19 cases.
Minister: New COVID cases worrying
Guardian Media understands that the six crew members were removed from the vessel by Coast Guard officers and taken to the Caura Hospital for treatment.
CoP: Stop blaming police for domestic violence
He was responding to a Trinidad Express article on Sunday which said, "Police officers continue to hamper themselves by insisting that there is nothing else they can do if the victim does not co-operate."
Gary: Don't blame the police, she never made a report
Govt to fast track three more interchanges in East by 2022
Plans are afoot to build interchanges at Trincity, Piarco/Golden Grove and Macoya by 2022.
Mixed views from teachers, parents on August SEA date
While she is content with the August 20 date, she also agreed with TTUTA that teachers should not have to teach for an exam during the July/August holiday. She appreciates TTUTA's stance from a personal perspective. While she wants to get the exam over, the date leaves little recovery time for standard five teachers.
Chief: How does removing Columbus improve First Peoples?
Kambon sees the issue as a low-hanging fruit, even if the statue hasn't yet been taken down. Now, he says, the people want nothing less than a tribunal established specifically to identify such monuments and place names, which ought to be replaced and renamed.
Kambon: Remove all colonial monuments, not just Columbus
Yet Kambon sees the issue as a low-hanging fruit, even if the statue hasn't yet been taken down. Now, he says, the people want nothing less than a tribunal established specifically to identify such monuments and place names, which ought to be replaced and renamed.
Credit cards grab largest slice of usage
ANECDOTAL evidence that businessmen are depending more on their credit cards to purchase foreign goods has been borne out by a Central Bank report.
PNM picks Penny as Arima candidate
It's official - former People's National Movement Arima MP Penny Beckles-Robinson has been chosen as the prospective candidate for Arima in this year's general elections. She edged out incumbent MP and Education Minister Anthony Garcia, who was the favourite early on having won the seat in the 2015 general elections, for the position.
PNM picks Mayaro, Naparima candidates
After a marathon screening session at the party's south regional office in San Fernando which started at 3 pm on Saturday and ended after midnight, PNM officials announced businessman Bunny Mahabirsingh and attorney Randy Sinanan as its candidates for Mayaro and Naparima respectively.
Le Hunte concedes fight as La Brea election candidate:
Former minister: I've reached the end of my journey
Sandman's castle crumbles – North coast empire shaky a year after crime boss's death
It has been almost a year since Vaughn "Sandman" Mieres – reputed drug lord and gang leader – was killed. His reign over the North Coast, which lasted decades, directly or indirectly contributed to the ever-increasing death toll associated with gang activity in TT.
Single mom of seven pleads for help
The unemployed mother said she receives monthly public assistance in the form of a non-individual $650 cheque for only three of her seven children.
Mother hopes for justice 4 years after son's murder
Richardson said, "Mark was on his way to work. He was fired upon with nowhere to run, nowhere to hide. It seems the killing was planned. I lost my only son. I have to live with his killing on my mind until I die."
Boy, 15, chased into bedroom, killed
Xavier was liming with two others on the roadway near his home when they were approached by two masked men. The men confronted the trio and pulled out firearms.
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