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Posted: Sunday, April 9, 2023

Public Utilities Minister: WASA employees deliberately cutting off supply to certain areas to force citizens to purchase from trucks

Tobago fishermen to write PM to address Flying Fish issue with Barbados
The All Tobago Fisherfolk Association (AFTA) intends to write to Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley on Tuesday to deal with the problem of fishermen from Barbados who AFTA claims are overfishing in Tobago's water. AFTA president Curtis Douglas said "enough is enough."

Chamber: A boost for local tourism
Newly-upgraded Manzanilla Beach Facility...

Asa Wright Nature Centre: Jewel in tourism's crown back in business
The board of Asa Wright manages the 495 hectares of land as a wildlife sanctuary in the Arima, Aripo and Guanapo valleys. A field research station and a lodge which attracts visitors from all over the world is also managed by the board as a not-for-profit venture.

Easter weekend warnings

Girl, 14, pleads: I want to go back to school
"Most times I feel depressed and bored. I miss school. I know it's hard on Grandma to do everything. If she had the money, I know I would have been in class getting an education," the schoolgirl said, saddened by her situation.

Missing woman found, mom asks for help
One day after her birthday, missing Samantha Ramjit, a young woman with Down Syndrome, was found on Saturday morning.

Chinese grocer shot dead in San Juan
A CHINESE grocer who once shot an killed an armed bandit during a robbery was gunned down at his San Juan business on Good Friday.

Barrackpore man shot dead on deserted road
On Saturday morning, security guards on patrol, discovered the body of Khanta Ramdass, 43, at Mud Plant Road, Off Wilson Road, Barrackpore with what appeared to be gunshot injuries.

Sexually assaulted during job interview in San Fernando
A police report said that the 21-year-old victim went to the interview at a clothing store in a shopping mall on Wednesday morning. The victim told police that at around 10.30 a.m. she met a man at the store, who took her into an enclosed room to be interviewed.

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