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Where T&T got money for COVID relief
Posted: Saturday, April 3, 2021

Where T&T got money for COVID relief
In the first few months of the pandemic alone, pandemic relief programmes cost the government over US$150 million. And, by the end of the year, it was estimated that at the current rate of economic contraction, the country would have fallen short on revenue by close to US$1.5 billion by the end of the fiscal year in September 2021.

THA: Two ferry passengers did not break quarantine
She said: "I want to be clear. The two persons who were returned to Trinidad on the Galleons Passage did not break quarantine. They were informed through contact tracing while on their journey to Tobago that they were at risk, having attended a wedding. The ship's captain, police and medical services sprang into action immediately to isolate and return the persons to Trinidad on the Galleon's Passage, where they were the only passengers."

Archbishop: T&T has become a country of 'deep disrespect'
Gordon added he was appalled at the very tone of the media when they talk about people and to people.

Mothers are main offenders of child abuse
Over 27,000 cases reported to Children's Authority from 2015 to 2021...

Protests mar Easter weekend
A day after a truck damaged a dilapidated wooden bridge in their area, residents of Houssa Trace, Gasparillo, staged a fiery protest calling on the Ministry of Works to fix the bridge. One of the affected residents, Keith Kowlessar, said since the bridge collapsed commuters have been forced to make a five-mile detour to get to Claxton Bay and Mayo and more than 20 farmers are unable to get their produce out.

Shooting suspects 'rushed' to hospital? Footage tells another story
CCTV footage contradicts cops' version of events in 2018 shooting...

'Sharday, where are you?'
"There is footage of her going into the Centre City Mall in Chaguanas. There's footage of her getting out of the mall and going into a taxi. The taxi was traced to drop her off at Longdenville. During that time, we tried calling her. He (her friend) also said he was trying to call her because he was trying to pick her up," Emmanuel said.

Two teens missing
Police said 16-year-old Jacente King was last seen leaving her Maturita Village, Arima home around 1:30pm on Wednesday. She was reported missing to the Pinto Police Post around 11:35am on Friday by a relative.

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