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Posted: Tuesday, January 12, 2021

PM to chair Caricom meeting

Government officials: PM 'well and comfortable'
THE Prime Minister is recuperating well, after having angioplasty surgery at the Westshore Private Hospital in Cocorite last Saturday.

Appeal Court reserves ruling in appeal in EMBD corruption case
WAS a High Court judge wrong to dismiss the preliminary applications of five contractors asking for more details of claims against them which paved the path for a multi-million-dollar trial alleging bid-rigging, bribery and collusion just before the 2015 general election?

Regional aviation industry wants flight restrictions lifted
Airlines, airports and suppliers rejected on Monday the flight restrictions to countries in Latin America and the Caribbean put in place because of to the new strain of covid19.

Weekend gatherings a sign of pandemic fatigue—Psychologist

Mask de Mas: DOMA seeks to have creative COVID Carnival
The Downtown Owners and Merchants Association (DOMA) has listed ways the organisation believes that a Carnival can still be held in Trinidad and Tobago this year.

Griffith promises more patrols to clamp down on parties
Party promoters planning events which have the potential of turning into mass gatherings will be clamped down by the police as Commissioner of Police Gary Griffith promises to intensify patrols.

Hero family rescues woman from burning Sando house
Members of the Oudit family of San Fernando came in for high praise from the public for risking their lives to save a woman from a burning building in a suspected arson attack.

Melville-Jack plans to revitalise Scarborough
People's National Movement (PNM) candidate for Scarborough/Calder Hall Marslyn Melville-Jack has called on businessmen to play their part in developing the island's capital city.

PNM Tobago Council leader slams PDP over zipline project criticism

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