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Construction to begin on solar project
Posted: Tuesday, April 11, 2023

Construction to begin on solar project
More than that, it effectively meant that we have agreed to pay for renewable energy, more per kilowatt hour than we are paying to the independent power producers of US4.7 cents per kilowatt hour.

Roy Cape's special melody
"It's not about me, it's about the children," Mr Cape said last week. "I lived in this area 31 years and I always had a strong feeling about coming back to Diego Martin. I am happy to come here. I hope people will turn out in their numbers because this is for your children's and your children's children's futures."

Lifeguards must be given adequate resources
In fact, there are only 90 lifeguards to cover ten beaches deemed worthy of supervision in Trinidad, a situation far from suitable for a country surrounded by water. Due to the manpower issue, there were only lifeguards on patrol at Maracas Bay, Las Cuevas Bay, Mayaro Beach, Manzanilla Beach, Salybia Bay, Toco Beach, Quinam Beach, Los Iros Beach and Vessigny Beach over the long weekend.

When one considers that there are approximately 80 beaches across T&T, one gets a better idea of the scope of the problem.

Hose ban does not make sense

New CDC report shows STI's are on the rise again
Combined cases of chlamydia, gonorrhea and syphilis rose 6% in 2021, reaching a total of more than 2.53 million reported cases and nearing the pre-pandemic of 2.55 million.

Cops issue $2M in ticket fines over Easter weekend

Terror at Home
Chilling phone call to cops as Aranjuez family terrorised by intruders:

Dinner for Aranguez family turns into 30 minutes of terror

Mom killed at birthday lime
The murder toll stood at 157 up to last night.

Deadly end to street brawl
Driver of pick-up runs over friend...

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