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Gary points fingers at PolSC
Posted: Friday, February 2, 2024

Gary points fingers at PolSC for current crime woes
'CoP Erla didn't appoint herself'

Stakeholders slam CoP's inability to steer T&T out of crime wave

Police association head admits...Erla not at her best before JSC

Rowley meets with US vice president
The Prime Minister has met with US vice president Kamala Harris in a closed-door session on January 31 at the White House.

Cops have body cam 'concerns'
...Association: No quick change

Health warning continues as Saharan dust lingers
AS air quality indices yesterday showed “unhealthy” levels in areas including the Beetham, Port of Spain, heavy Saharan dust is expected to continue moving across Trinidad and Tobago and the region until tomorrow.

Increase in Saharan dust sends citizens to hospitals, clinics

T&TEC investigating cause of island-wide blackout in Tobago
T&TEC confirmed that around 3pm, during the course of maintenance work at its Toco Substation, a fault occurred which caused the generating units at the Cove Power Station in Tobago to trip.

Ministry: Spray Penal grasshoppers with soapy water
People often use "locusts" and "grasshoppers" interchangeably, but Ram explained the difference, saying the insects that have been driving residents to stay indoors and damaging crops and plants in Penal and environs were Moruga grasshoppers.

'Calypso Princess' Karene Asche to kickstart Calypso Fiesta
Fresh off of being crowned 2024 Young King, Mical Teja (Mical Williams) pulled an early number for the Calypso Fiesta competition this Saturday, 3rd February at Skinner Park.

Feisty Fiesta!
...soca stars, veterans and new blood make most exciting semis yet

Mitchell tells mas bands: Bring evidence crime affecting sales
Speaking on Tuesday with Guardian Media, large bands such as Tribe, Yuma and Ronnie and Caro expressed concerns that this country's international image when it comes to crime, along with what they called the high cost of airfare and hotel accommodation, was discouraging and pricing masqueraders away from Trinidad and Tobago.

Tourism Trinidad says passenger arrivals up
66,000 expected for Carnival season

No glass in the Mas
Cabinet bans glass bottle use for Carnival 2024

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