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Posted: Wednesday, November 30, 2022

Al-Rawi, Sinanan confronted, mocked by Bamboo No 2 residents

...Sinanan, Al-Rawi get rough reception

'Flood up to the roof' in Bamboo No 2

Floods keep rescue teams out, top floors of homes inundated
"Both my parents and my brother's homes are affected. We tried to put everything on higher ground but the waters still came in," he said. Most residents are unable to count their losses until the floods recede.

At Charuma, Biche and Navet, the flood waters broke through walls and toppled electrical lines. Trees fell and livestock washed away.

Sunny and flooded
...Mafeking under nine feet of water

BPTT gets first gas from Cassia C
In a release on Tuesday, BPTT said the local subsidiary's first offshore compression platform and largest offshore facility is expected to produce 200 to 300 mscf of gas, which will go to meeting BPTT's gas supply commitments.

Major landslide destroys St James home
A major landslide in St James instantly swallowed up one home on Tuesday and is now threatening approximately 15 families living in a nearby private three-storey rental complex.

Owner of the one-bedroom house at Fort George Road, Venessa Wickham, told Newsday a large crack developed on the east side of the yard on November 8.

Mom stabbed 70 times

Deyalsingh defends covid19 record
HEALTH Minister Terrence Deyalsingh defended his leadership of the country's efforts against the covid19 pandemic, in reply to criticism in an opposition's private members motion in the Senate on Tuesday. He began by chiding the opposition for moving that motion at a time that he'd have preferred to have been tending to his constituents amid current bad weather.

140 covid19 cases, one new death

Mother of Laventille triple murder victim: This world just bad
Speaking with Newsday, Pierre's mother, Debra Clunis-Pierre, said her son worked as a cleaner at Holy Name Convent, Port of Spain. She could not think of any reason why anyone would want to harm him.

T&T records 555 murders as 3 killed in Laventille

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