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$12m WASA contracts for Duke's wife
Posted: Tuesday, March 2, 2021

$12m WASA contracts for Duke's wife
Minister: Serious conflict of interest

New WASA exec to give part of salary to help customers
The newly-appointed executive director of cash-strapped Water and Sewerage Authority (WASA) Dr Lennox Sealy has committed to putting five per cent of his salary into a fund to assist customers. Sealy revealed this during an interview on TTT's Now Morning Show Monday.

Foreign Affairs Minister chides Kamla for writing Indian PM
In a media release today, the Ministry said that Persad Bissessar has chosen to sacrifice protocol and good judgement and to tamper with sound bilateral relations in a quest for relevance and attention.

UNC MPs defend Kamla over vaccine request to India PM

The majority of Immigration officers who tested positive for Covid-19 attended a Valentine's Day event and another social gathering.

Three new covid19 cases, no new deaths
The total number of deaths remained at 139. The last covid19-related death was recorded on February 19.

Covid19 case at Mason Hall Sec worries teachers
After 30 days without recording any new cases, Tobago's Division of Health, Wellness and Family Development reported two new cases on Monday, one being the student.

Suspected covid19 case in Diego Martin school
Minister of Education Dr Nyan Gadsby Dolly said as of Monday afternoon, the ministry had been advised of the situation. But she said, "At this time, no school closure has been recommended, as the teacher does not have a positive covid19 test, and her last interaction with 11 students was under strict safety protocols."

New driving, regulations tests coming
These changes are aimed at improving the quality of drivers, reducing accidents and road fatalities and consequently saving lives.

3 unions back stay-at-home call...
'You touch one, you touch all'

L'Anse Fourmi family keeps dirt oven tradition alive
The oven, which was built by members of the community, churns out wholewheat and pumpkin bread, coconut drops, cakes and other baked goods. The bread is made by Manswell and his wife Judy, with assistance from their 14-year-old son Matthew.

Tableland's 'pineapple man' soldiers on in spite of forex challenges
FOR over 25 years, Lachram Gayah has worked in the pineapple fields and witnessed first-hand the transformation of the local agriculture sector from his grandfather's time to now.

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