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T&T crosses 2,500 Covid-19 deaths
Posted: Friday, December 17, 2021

Media house ordered to compensate MP for defamatory story
GOSSIP ought not to be the foundation upon which news is premised, a High Court judge has admonished as he ordered a media house and its journalist to compensate MP Adrian Leonce for a 2018 article which unjustifiably insinuated he was a wife-beater.

MoH to revise protocols after WHO updates vaccine combinations

T&T crosses 2,500 Covid-19 deaths
With an additional 17 deaths reported by the Ministry of Health, the country’s pandemic death toll now stands at 2,503.

Increasing COVID graves traumatise Batchyia residents

Ailing Terry Rondon seeks help for surgery abroad
After 27 years of service to the people of the Toco/ Sangre Grange region and T&T, former Sangre Grande Regional Corporation (SGRC) chairman and present councillor for Valencia East/Toco Terry Martin Rondon is now calling on the public to assist him.

Conflict concern over the many hats of Watson Duke...

Attorney General takes Augustine, THA to court over Duke

'Japs' founder and mom die from Covid
The owner of Darryl’s Famous Foods (formerly Japs Fried Chicken) Darryl Mahabir has died of Covid-19, as did his mother ten days ago.

Virility fears among young males
Young men are afraid that the Covid-19 vaccine will mess with their manhood and therefore are one of the main groups displaying vaccine hesitancy.

Tobago Chamber: Proper assessment of THA's finances needed by PDP

PM at opening of Morvant swimming pool: Build up youth, communities

No word yet from Education Ministry on back-to-school plans

AG: Finance Bill to protect vulnerable from illicit get-rich-quick schemes

Woman found dead in Freeport house identified

Jacobs to act as CoP, 2 other nominees as deputies
After a vacancy for some time at the top of the Police Service, notification to appoint Deputy Commissioner McDonald Jacobs to act as Commissioner of Police will be debated in Parliament on Friday afternoon.

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