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The Government of Trinidad and Tobago has lifted the Tropical Storm Warning for Trinidad and Tobago as of 5 a.m. today, the Met Office said in a media statement.

The Office of Disaster Preparedness and Management is advising citizens to stay indoors.

The call came in the following bulletin issued at midnight.

The Office of Disaster Preparedness and Management (ODPM) says it has received no reports of incidents in Trinidad but notes that a fallen tree has affected electricity in some parts of Tobago.

TSTT has announced that it will be closed on Tuesday.

The company issued the following statement today.

TSTT has advised that some of its cellular towers will be lowered tonight which will cause some of its service to be weaker than normal.

TSTT has issued the following statement.

Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley has issued a statement calling on the nation to remain calm as Tropical Storm Bret passes over the country.

Lifeguards are advising citizens to stay away from the nation's beaches until further notice.

The advice comes in light of Tropical Storm Bret.

The National Hurricane Centre in Miami has now officially declared the weather system approaching T&T, a Tropical Storm and has named it Bret.

Monday, June 19, 2017 - 17:15

The Water and Sewerage Authority (WASA) has implemented specific measures in its Disaster Preparedness Plan in anticipation of the passage of the oncoming tropical storm, a statement by WASA said...

The Chaguanas Borough Corporation says it is prepared for any eventuality arising from the impending tropical storm.