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PM undergoes coronary angiogram
Posted: Saturday, January 9, 2021

PM undergoes coronary angiogram
The overnight medical tests done on Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley at the West Shore Private Hospital has led doctors to order a coronary angiogram.

Kamla, UNC MPs wish Rowley speedy recovery

NGC credit rating downgraded, outlook changed to negative
Regional credit ratings firm Caricris has downgraded the state-owned Natural Gas Company's regional and national credit ratings, as well as assigned these new ratings a negative outlook.

Trinidad and Tobago's passport ranks 5th in region for visa-free travel
Trinidad and Tobago has been ranked as having the fifth most powerful passport in the Caricom region, allowing visa-free access to 150 countries.

UK imposes new travel restrictions
New strain of Covid on the rampage...

Tears as 30 Trinis stranded
Blanked from Barbados repatriation flight: no Covid test results

APT James first official trip in 2 weeks
The APT James will begin operations in about two weeks, after its crew undergoes quarantine, after travelling for 30 days at sea from Australia.

MP seeks forex waiver to help burnt businesses recover
The warehouse, at Citrus Drive, Enterprise, Chaguanas, burned down a week ago and estimated losses of plant, machinery and stocks have been put at $35 million.

Dry season here
The Meteorological Service of Trinidad and Tobago said yesterday that, compared to previous dry seasons and last year's record-breaking dry season, this one is expected to produce more rain than usual over most areas "but a lot of dryness is still likely".

Natalee Legore: I am not apologising
One of the hosts of CNC3's The Morning Brew, Natalee Legore has responded to calls by the United National Congress (UNC) for her to apologise over statements she made comparing the party's rejection of the August 10 polls to that of United States President Donald Trump.

UNC, PNM fight over TV presenter's comments
A war of words erupted between the PNM and the UNC on Friday, the day after CNC Morning Brew presenter Natalee Legore drew comparisons between supporters of outgoing US President Donald Trump storming the Capitol in Washington, DC (fuelled by Trump's claims that last November's US presidential election was fraudulent) and claims of election fraud by the UNC in last August's general election.

Prison reform group calls for meeting with CJ

Police release 3 Venezuelans held for New Year's killing
The men were arrested after officers responded to a report that Aarif Mohammed had been tied up and beaten following a domestic dispute at Macoya Extension Road, Tunapuna.

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