Monthly Archives: November 2015
Caribbean Public Health Agency (CARPHA) Confirms 5 cases of Zika Virus in a territory of the region.
The Caribbean Public Health Agency again urging people to avoid being bitten by mosquitoes.
New TTFA President Elected
Newly elected President of the Trinidad and Tobago Football Association David John Williams says the time has come for him to serve football and the country. Mr. John Williams was voted into office yesterday during the TTFA’s Annual General Meeting in … Continue reading
Fishing Trip Turns Tragic
A fishing expedition turns tragic, leading to the death of Vinod Lyndon Madho. He drowned in the Godineau River, La Romaine on Saturday. Mr. Madho drowned after the pirogue he was in collided with a concrete pillar and capsized.
Family of Brian Smith Says The Defence Force Is Covering up the Truth of his death
The family of Brian Smith say the Defence Force is covering up the truth regarding his drowning. The 30 year-old drowned at St. Peter’s Bay in Carenage over the weekend. His body was fished out of the water on Sunday morning.
TTUTA Says principal of Cuche Government Primary School is considering legal action against parent
The Trinidad and Tobago Unified Teacher’s Association says the principal of Cuche Government Primary School is considering legal action against a parent who accused him of forcing a student to eat out of a garbage bin. The allegation was made … Continue reading
63 year-old Man Collapses & Dies on Harris Promenade
A 63 year-old man collapses and dies on the Harris Promenade in San Fernando. Keith Sitahal died in the presence of his wife yesterday. They were at the time making their way to the nearby San Fernando General Hospital.
Prime Minister Dr. Ralph Gonsalves says ‘sex tape’ would not influence the electorate votes on December 9th
St. Vincent and the Grenadines Prime Minister Dr. Ralph Gonsalves says a featuring a man whose voice is strikingly similar to a prominent member of his ruling Unity Labour Party will not influence how the electorate votes in the December … Continue reading
Parents being told to closely monitor their children while using the internet after ISIS recruitment
Parents are being told to closely monitor their children when they are using the internet. The mother of a Trinidad and Tobago ISIS recruit Sean Joel Parsons said she was not aware of his involvement with the terrorist organisation which has … Continue reading
Ancel Roget says NGC and its board were disrespectful
The President of the Joint Trade Union Movement Ancel Roget is not pleased that there was no consultation before the National Gas Company took a decision to freeze salaries and benefits of workers. Following a meeting with the Labour Minister yesterday, … Continue reading
Father & Son Dead In An Accident In South Trinidad
Mother and daughter remain at hospital after an accident which claimed the lives of father and son, Namdeo Harriman and Lalchan Harriman. The Harriman family was involved in an accident on the M-1 Ring Road yesterday.
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