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Trinidad and Tobago’s first Omicron case
Posted: Monday, December 13, 2021

Duke resigns from PSA effective Dec 31
PSA president Watson Duke has tendered his resignation from the Public Service Association (PSA) effective December 31, 2021.

Recount: Dennis loses by four votes, not 2
Former interim chief secretary of the Tobago House of Assembly (THA) Ancil Dennis has now lost the Buccoo/Mt Pleasant seat by four votes and not two.

Moonilal accuses Govt of trying to control TTPS

Gary scored 94.8 per cent on discarded PSC merit list

Health Ministry: Trinidad and Tobago’s first omicron case breached travel protocols
TT’s first recorded case of the omicron variant is an imported one. Health Minister Terrence Deyalsingh reported this during the ministry's virtual covid19 briefing on Monday.

Putting a lid on Omicron

MATT president surprised by 3 exec-member resignations
President of the Media Association of TT (MATT) Ira Mathur says the resignation of three journalists from the organisation came as a surprised and was unable to disclose the reason for their leaving the group.

TCL announces 15% hike in premium cement price

Ministry of Trade takes action to protect against TCL price hike

Govt responds to TCL hike in cement prices – duties reduced, quota increased

Family, media, sports fraternity say farewell to Anthony Harford

Manning back at home, Cudjoe out to work after bout of COVID

Bhagwansingh condemns fake news report on COVID status

Was Volney really at the beach in T&T? TTPS tries to find out

Taxi driver charged with crime dating to 2005
A taxi-driver was granted $250,000 bail with a surety by a Clerk of the Peace when he appeared before the Couva Magistrates’ Court on December 9th, to answer to the charge of larceny.

Cops try to unravel Double Palm, cross dressing robbery case
POLICE were told a bizarre story about a robbery and an attempted kidnapping on Saturday after officers picked up two women in Arima with one claiming that her boyfriend was the suspect.

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