Parts of Trinidad and Tobago can expect flooding over the next two days.
This is according to CNC3 News weather anchor Kalain Hosein, who said heavy rainfall is forecast across both islands although the most intense rainfall is expected over the northern parts of Trinidad.
These areas include the East/West corridor, Caroni River basin and Oropouche River basin.
Over the last four hours, parts of northern Trinidad have experienced 25-50 millimetres of rainfall.
People who live or work in these areas are advised to take the necessary precautions.
Progress with US leaders, problems with United Kingdom’s media leader - the BBC.
A giant among men, a lioness and true solider.
That was how Dr Linda Baboolal was described yesterday, as hundreds showed up at the All Saints Anglican Church, Marli Street, Port-of-Spain to bid her farewell.
"Soon," was Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley's response to reporters yesterday when they asked him when the date for Local Government elections will be announced.
Rowley the reply at a media conference about his recent trip to the United States. Local Government polls are constitutionally due between November and early February. PNM officials have projected that the election will be held later this year since Carnival 2020 takes place early next year.
A woman and three children escaped death after a large tree crashed on top of their San Fernando home, destroying it and trapping them inside.
If the government does not hold true to the many promises it made when it first met with Crown Point property owners affected by the ANR Robinson Airport expansion project, the residents will take legal action.
So said Rhonda Hackett, chairperson of the Provide Equivalent Equitable Compensation for Everyone(PEECE).
Medium-pacer Akeem Jordan made a dream debut while opener Evin Lewis struck his second half-century of the Hero Caribbean Premier League as the St Kitts Nevis Patriots beat the St Lucia Zouks by six wickets at Warner Park, St Kitts, on Sunday.
Jordan, a 24-year-old right-arm medium pacer, bagged four wickets for 33 runs, the second-best ever haul by a debutant player in the CPL, as the Zouks were restricted to 139 for nine in their 20 overs.