Trinidad and Tobago to assist Dominica in recovery efforts
Antigua Observer

Trinidad and Tobago has offered to help Dominica in recovery efforts following severe flooding and damage caused by Tropical Storm Erika.

TS Erika to hit Dominican Republic today
Dominican Today

Santo Domingo.- The Emergency Operations Center (COE) issued red alerts for nine provinces in preparation for the arrival of tropical storm Erika. At a press conference held at the National Palace Thursday, the emergency...

Dissatisfaction over Yorke Stadium
Trinidad Newsday

TOBAGONIANS would now have to wait a bit longer as there is still no word on when restoration and refurbishment work will be completed at the Dwight Yorke Stadium in Bacolet, Scarborough. In 2013, then Minister of Sport...

Stop refusing patients their meds
Trinidad Newsday

THE Ministry of Health is calling for public and private pharmacies to stop refusing patients their medication. In a release, the Ministry advised persons who need to access medication through public pharmacies hospital,...

1,000 graduate from Ministry programme
Trinidad Newsday

OVER 1,000 trainees expressed elation during the graduation exercise and exhibition hosted for the Community Education Skills and Handicraft Programme of the Ministry of Community Development, which was held on August 21,...

Hindu shrine vandalised in Blanchisseuse
Trinidad Newsday

A HINDU shrine on the banks of the Marianne River in Blanchisseuse was vandalised on Sunday last by persons who also defaced the shrine with human filth and used a cutlass to destroy some of the clay deities depicting...

PTSC workers reject backpay money offers
Trinidad Newsday

PUBLIC Transport Service Corporation (PTSC) workers have rejected an offer made to them yesterday for outstanding payment of their backpay, following a meeting between the union, Finance Minister Larry Howai and PTSC's...

Backlog at Integrity Commission
Trinidad Newsday

The Commission dispatched 190 pieces of correspondence to persons in public life relative to matters relating to declarations currently being scrutinised by the Commission. The Commission pointed out. These letters are...

Local egg shortage forces importation
Trinidad Newsday

THE Association of Trinidad and Tobago Table Egg Producers (ATTTEP) says eggs are being imported from other Caribbean countries because of an unexpected decline in production of eggs locally. ATTTEP's Vice-President and...

‘Superboy’ honoured
Trinidad Newsday

FOUR-YEAR-OLD Kal-el Alleyne was indeed the Superboy of the day, yesterday, as he was awarded for heroism after seeking help for his mother and aunt after their car crashed down a precipice on the North Coast Road to...

TT assists Erika-ravaged Dominica
Trinidad Newsday

THIS country has provided two helicopters to Dominica in the wake of damage to that country's infrastructure following severe flooding caused by Tropical Storm Erika late Wednesday night into yesterday morning. Four...

PM commissions new CG vessels
Trinidad Newsday

PRIME Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar yesterday called on all citizens to unite and continue the work of improving our country, as the ribbon was cut on the first new vessels to be commissioned in three decades in the...

AG: Drone regulation urgently needed
Trinidad Newsday

ATTORNEY General Garvin Nicholas says there is an urgent need to regulate drones as these items may pose a threat to national security, but the matter may require Parliament action. Speaking with Newsday, Nicholas said a...

Secondary school teacher laid to rest
Trinidad Newsday

SECONDARY school teacher Everard Baptiste who died instantly in a vehicular accident last week Wednesday, was described as a man who touched the lives of many, including the homeless and persons dealing with drug...

Tobago Sargassum clean up underway
Trinidad Newsday

THE Tobago House of Assembly (THA) has made a significant dent in the masses of Sargassum seaweed in Speyside as cleanup efforts continue in the area. Speaking at yesterday's post Executive Council Media Briefing, THA...

NACTA: Much voter apathy in Tobago
Trinidad Newsday

SOME 40 percent of Tobagonians might not vote in the September 7 General Elections, yet the People's National Movement (PNM) has a solid base compared to a fractured array of rivals, found NACTA in its latest poll. Up for...

Port-of-Spain powerless
Trinidad Newsday

A faulty cable from the Trinidad and Tobago Electricity Commission (TT EC)'s Independence Square Sub Station, yesterday caused several businesses in downtown Port-of-Spain to close their doors, due to a power outage that...

Mary may never walk again
Trinidad Newsday

MARY BHAGGAN, 49, who was badly injured when a tree fell on her and other family members during a river lime last Saturday in Caura, may not be able to walk again. Doctors said her spine had been severed and this injury...

No advantage for Rowley
Trinidad Newsday

WHILE echoing Prime Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar's sentiments of best of luck , regarding Winston Gypsy Peters who resigned from the UNC and the Cabinet, UNC deputy political leader Dr Roodal Moonilal yesterday said...

Guanapo landfill burns
Trinidad Newsday

A FIRE at the Guanapo Landfill site which fire officers and members of the Trinidad and Tobago Solid Waste Management Company Limited (SWMCOL) were fighting to extinguish up to press time yesterday, has led to the...

Sept deadline for Cable companies
Trinidad Newsday

CHAIRMAN of the Telecommunications Authority of Trinidad and Tobago (TATT) Selby Wilson said yesterday that cable television providers have until the end of September to comply with an order from TATT to stop broadcasting...

St Jude’s, St Michael’s to become rehab centres
Trinidad Newsday

THE State spends in excess of $20 million annually to care for 217 children in State-run children's homes while Non-Governmental Organisations (NGO) struggle with a grants of a meagre $25,000 annually to take care of 600...

Surgery for child hurt in Caura mishap
Trinidad Newsday

DOCTORS at the Eric Williams Medical Sciences Complex (EWMSC) have decided that surgery would have to be done on eight-yearold Dimitri Rampersad, to ensure he regains full use of his left leg Dimitri suffered injuries to...

Internal inquiry in UTT
Trinidad Newsday

JAMAICAN British Queen's Counsel (QC) Vincent Nelson who led the team of attorneys for the University of Trinidad and Tobago (UTT) in its failed million dollar claim against former president Prof Ken Julien and several...

New Port Authority Commissioners sworn in
Trinidad Newsday

PRESIDENT Anthony Carmona yesterday said more women and young men should be appointed to Boards and Commissions, as he swore in four Port Authority Commissioners and a member of the Trinidad Transport Board, at his...

JTUM joins with SWU in protest
Trinidad Newsday

THE Joint Trade Union Movement (JTUM) yesterday joined hands with the Steel Workers Union (SWU) to protest the firing of just over 200 workers from Arcelor Mittal for allegedly joining a trade union. The protest, which...

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RECENT COMMENTS
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Greta Clarke Smith: Great man, wonderful friend

Lieutenant Governor Warns Public About Unlicensed Online Banking Company
bernard george (guest): their address has changed ; is status any different; ie do they have a licence and are they operating

Policeman in Black River robbery assigned to Clarendon
Davis (guest): Is the the Jamaica Constubilary Force Infiltrated by Criminals??? Wives, Children, Girlfriends, Mother, do you know how your Police relatives come by the nice cars and house and money that you are...

Clarificaton, 4 April 2013
Barbara dougla-pond (guest): Further. Under no circumstances was Judy responsible for Loren calling her mother. She had nothing what so ever to do with that. Jurina would have never asked you to put that lying shit on the...

Methodist Training Centre Opened In Orange Hill, St. Ann Montego Bay
m.E Smith (guest): I am so happy about the opening of the Academic school of learning and developing of marketable skills. Orange Hill you have all waited more than donkey for this !! I would love to help out at the...

Guyanese man dies in vehicular accident in Fish Bay, Tortola
Jackie Ramperaud (guest): I think he was coming back from work

HEALING HERBS: More curious about jamoons
Shanell Watkinon-Peterso (guest): I enjoyed reading this article. We in the Caribbean have much fruits an vegetables which we should be thankful for.

Anil Roberts for Sports Ministry
anil dewan (guest): 7074092286