West Shore probes breach
Posted: Monday, January 11, 2021
West Shore probes breach, suspends tech leaking PM's medical info
Patient confidentiality is a golden rule that ought not to be breached. This from PRO of the T&T Medical Association Dr Keegan Baggan as West Shore Private Hospital in Cocorite has temporarily suspended one of its technicians after he posted details of the Prime Minister's condition on Facebook.
PM discharged from hospital, resting at home
A brief statement from the Office of the Prime Minister confirmed that he's now at home resting comfortably after he was given the all clear by doctors.
Covid cases on the increase: Christmas gatherings suspected
With just 10 days having expired in the new year, Trinidad and Tobago is beginning to experience an increase in the number of COVID-19 cases.
Eight new covid19 cases, no deaths reported
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Police warn fete/ party promoters and beach-goers
The police are keeping are close eye on fete/ party promoters and beach-goers, a TTPS media release stated on Monday.
US Embassy flies flag half-mast to honour fallen police officers in Capitol riot
Sookoo voted out as Agri Society's president
After more than a decade the society has a new president.
Venezuelan mom breaks silence after loss of baby girl
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The dome is expanding, towards the west
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Local geoscientist cops international award
Moonan, whose work as a Senior Geoscientist at Touchstone Exploration, led to the four onshore gas discoveries announced in 2019 & 2020, said he wanted to spur more awareness for the field of geology in T&T.
Culture Minister requests meeting to discuss use of performance spaces
According to the statement, Mitchell was advised that the event, Sekon Sunday, was recorded to be broadcast and invitations were issued to approximately 200 persons which is 30 percent, or well under the 50 percent capacity allowed by Queen's Hall COVID-19 guidelines for the hosting of events at its venue.
Feting during COVID-19, social distancing a must
Even as there's no Carnival 2021, last night saw the staging of the first fete for the season, albeit modified to observe COVID-19 guidelines.
Gary on parties: Cops can't be everywhere
Police Commissioner Gary Griffith is warning promoters against planning parties which can lead to mass gatherings.
71 ticketed as cops raid function
Family rescues woman from arson attack
The quick and daring response of a family from San Fernando led to a woman being rescued from an alleged arson attack on Saturday night.
The Trafficking of Abbigail John
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Who killed Rachel Ramkissoon?
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