$1.3m in electricity stolen
Posted: Sunday, January 10, 2021
$1.3m in electricity stolen from T&TEC
Utility under financial strain from illegal connections
Cut in funding affects road repairs
Sinanan: WASA, overweight trucks causing a lot of damage
PM undergoes emergency procedure to clear arteries
Under the Rowley administration, Minister of Finance Colm Imbert, chairman of the PNM, has been the only person appointed to act, at times when Dr Rowley has been out of the country.
PM recovering after angioplasty
Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley was resting comfortably yesterday after undergoing a successful procedure at the West Shore Medical Private Hospital in Cocorite to clear a blocked artery. Dr Rowley was admitted to hospital on Friday evening after experiencing discomfort and remains warded after getting an angiogram followed by the angioplasty yesterday afternoon.
COVID-19 deaths climb to 128, 25 new cases reported
To date, Trinidad and Tobago has recorded 7,244 positive COVID-19 cases.
CoP issues warning on Carnival fetes
Commissioner of Police Gary Griffith yesterday warned against breaching COVID-19 regulations by using virtual Carnival fetes as an opportunity for mass gatherings.
Carnival tabanca as covid19 closes festival
Tobago Chamber: New ferries will increase domestic travel
The Tobago Business Chamber is hoping the addition of the APT James and Buccoo Reef to the seabridge will boost consumer confidence.
Nacta poll puts PNM ahead in Tobago
The findings of an ongoing tracking opinion survey being conducted by the North American Caribbean Teachers Association (NACTA) in Tobago finds the PNM leading the opposition PDP for the January 25 THA elections. The PNM is likely to retain office for an unprecedented sixth consecutive term in Tobago easily winning a majority, if not all, of the 12 seats up for grab.
UWI to host first virtual graduation
6 Venezuelan migrants held in Penal
SIX Venezuelans, who police believe entered the country illegally, and a Trinidadian man were detained in Penal on Friday.
'Buju' gunned down in Arima
Police said Buju was near his Trainline, Pinto Road home when gunmen opened fire on him at around 11pm.
Experts: Legal cannabis can spur Caribbean economies
Ramkissoon advised that TT should accept the International Narcotics Control Board (INCB) guidelines to make banking funds from marijuana and marijuana products sales hassle-free. He highlighted instances in California where some marijuana sellers were denied banking access when the state first legalised cannabis. He also warned that without the proper legislation, exporting marijuana and marijuana products will be impossible.
Death threats before hammer attack
Jada Pierre, who survived a hammer attack at the hands of an ex-boyfriend, never believed she would be brutally attacked even though she received multiple threats. This was revealed by her mother, Gina, who admitted to being troubled by her daughter's tumultuous relationship.
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