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Posted: Tuesday, February 23, 2021

Cops failed to attend court for 1800 cases in 2019

Duke: PDP assemblymen will meet with PM
Duke said he was hoping the government would listen to the views of the PDP.

Duke tells public servants - Take a COVID day off
Duke's issue came after Minister of Finance Colm Imbert painted a grim economic outlook for the country, saying that the government was forced to borrow money to pay public servants.

Vaccines cutting covid19 numbers worldwide
Epidemiologist Dr Peter Figueroa, chair of the PAHO Regional Immunization Technical Advisory Group said since the rollout of the covid19 vaccine, there has been a 40 per cent decrease in the number of cases, a 30 per cent reduction in hospitalisation due to the virus and a 16 per cent reduction in covid19-related deaths.

440 health care workers get covid19 vaccine

PM warns about vaccine charlatans
Four days after he renewed calls for the World Health Organisation (WHO) to help ensure equity of access to COVID-19 vaccines, Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley revealed yesterday that "charlatans" are attempting to peddle vaccines to the government at inflated prices as high as US$25 per dose. What's worse, he said, is that the culprits include members of the medical fraternity.

Deyalsingh: Beware fake vaccines
Health Minister Terrence Deyalsingh yesterday warned that the international market is now rife with "fake" Covid-19 vaccines.

February records lowest covid19 numbers

Public Utilities Minister wants to turn trash into treasure
He said about 80 per cent of TT's waste is recyclable.

Forex crisis: Republic cuts US credit card limits
The bank announced the change will see a reduction in its customers spending limit on credit cards from US$12,000 to US$10,000.

Death by Poverty
She was attempting to cross the north-bound lane of the highway as it was the only way to get to her home. Otherwise, she would have had to hire a taxi and pay double the fare to get to the small wooden shack built along the south-bound lane, downwind of the Forres Park landfill.

2020 Downtown Carnival winners still waiting for prizes
One year later, winners of the 2020 Downtown Carnival competitions have not received their prizes.

Misconduct probe launched into 'lying' WASA manager
Gonzales, however, set up a meeting with the affected residents, the senior official and a WASA management team to get to the root of the problem only to find out that the residents had been speaking the truth about their supply being disrupted for weeks.

Arima Business Association disturbed by RBC break-in
The bank was broken into on February 17. Police reported that $700 in coins were stolen and one teller unit was ransacked.

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