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Monthly Archives: July 2020

2 TTPS buildings closed and sanitized after WPC test positive for coronavirus

Two buildings which house members of the Trinidad and Tobago Police Service, had to be closed and sanitised after one officer tested positive for the coronavirus. A woman police officer has tested positive for the virus on Monday. The WPC … Continue reading

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Man shot in Tobago dies 2 days after

Thirty-four-year-old Frankie Dickson James has died at hospital, 2 days after he was shot in Tobago. Mr. James died yesterday morning at the Scarborough General Hospital. Last Sunday he was shot in the abdomen during an incident, which also claimed … Continue reading

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Almost one-third of Bangladesh affected by flooding

Nearly one-third of Bangladesh is currently affected by flooding, after monsoon hit, leaving 2 million people needing help. Many of those displaced are living in temporary shelters, while others are being forced to take refuge near highways or bridges. More … Continue reading

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Blind Welfare Association for Disabled Citizens calls for more than grant assistance from the State

A call for more than just grant assistance from the State from the Blind Welfare Association for Disabled Citizens. On Saturday, Camille Robinson Regis said that under her administration among those who benefitted were the differently abled. Speaking with Newscenter … Continue reading

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MET office continues to closely monitor low-pressure system in Atlantic

The Trinidad and Tobago Meteorological Service says it continues to closely monitor a low-pressure system in the Atlantic, which has a high chance of developing into a tropical depression over the next 48 hours. It says the system is located … Continue reading

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7 nationals stuck in London said to be homeless

Seven nationals stuck in London are said to be homeless. One of them, Johnathan Wilson tells Newscenter 5 he is forced to live on the streets in the day and sleep in a shelter at night. This country‚Äôs borders have … Continue reading

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PM calls Opposition Leader’s comparison of the country’s closed borders with that of slavery, an insult

The Prime Minister describes as an insult, Opposition Leader Kamla Persad Bissessar’s comparison of the country’s closed borders, with that of slavery. Last night Dr. Keith Rowley said it appears that Mrs. Persad Bissessar is not aware of what slavery … Continue reading

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Tobagonians being told not to vote based on party

Tobagonians are told not to vote based on party, as this would cause them to lose their voice. The warning comes from one co-founder of One Tobago Voice, Hochoy Charles.  Mr. Charles blames the current parliamentary system.  Mr. Charles referred … Continue reading

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4 more test positive for COVID

Trinidad and Tobago now has a total of 152 cases of COVID-19. Prime Minister Dr. Keith Rowley says 4 more people tested positive late yesterday. He was speaking at a virtual political meeting at City Hall, San Fernando last night. … Continue reading

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Former Barbados Prime Minister Owen Seymour has died

Former Barbados Prime Minister Owen Seymour Arthur is dead. He was 70-years-old. A brief government statement has confirmed Mr. Arthur died during the early hours this morning. It said Mr. Arthur, the longest serving head of government, died at 12.26 am. … Continue reading

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