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Close to 600 die of COVID-19
Posted: Wednesday, June 9, 2021

T&T marks grim milestone: Close to 600 die of COVID-19 in total
10 new deaths registered on Tuesday

Construction workers start getting vaccines
He said vaccines were allocated to roughly 2,300 workers within the ministry and 900 names from various stakeholders, including small, medium, and large contractors were also submitted.

Mom thanks medics as:
2-year-old daughter survives COVID-19

Supermarket, pharmacy workers get vaccinated

Heritage to almost double production in four years
State-owned Heritage Petroleum expects to increase its crude oil production by 80 percent over the next four years according to its Chief Executive officer Arlene Chow.

Opposition MPs: We were silenced during committee meeting
THE very first virtual sitting of the Standing Finance Committee (SFC) of the House of Representatives ended in an uproar on Monday, with Opposition MPs bitterly complaining that a colleague's mike had been muted. But Government chief whip Camille Robinson-Regis countered that they were behaving as if they were operating in a fish market.

AG: Kamla getting transparency on covid19 already
At a virtual news conference on Tuesday, Al-Rawi said, "I think Mrs Persad-Bissessar is well entitled to ask for that and the transparency that has been given I think has already answered that."

Kamla: Government taking care of 'big boys,' not CEPEP workers

Augustine: PNM wants to cling to THA power until 2025
The THA (Amendment) Act 2021, which seeks to increase the number of THA seats from 12 to 15 and give the Chief Secretary the power to call fresh elections, was passed in Parliament on March 2. The President assented to the act on March 16. It is yet to be proclaimed.

Woman shot dead in Wallerfield, Venezuelan shot dead
Police are investigating two murders in East and South Trinidad, the latest one unfolding just as the curfew hours were about to kick in last night.

Five appeal sentences in manslaughter of San Juan businesswoman
Five men from Claxton Bay, each serving a 28-year prison sentence for manslaughter over the death of San Juan businesswoman who was kidnapped and buried alive in 2006, are appealing their convictions.

Woman raped after refusing money for sex
A 41-year-old woman allegedly was raped after she refused to accept $400 cash to have sex with her rapist, on Sunday June 6th.

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