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No laughing matter with Akash Samaroo

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A double blow for farmers in the Orange Grove Estate.

After being flooded out last month, the waters have again claimed their produce. 

Now you might be thinking that area is not...

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Waters in Sangre Grande and environs are receding. 

But many say they are grateful this flooding episode was not as bad as the last one.

Otto Carrington tells us more.

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Cuban refugees are removed by police from chancery lane in Port of Spain.

The TTPS says the foreign nationals indicated their willingness to be removed.

Jannelle Bernard has more....

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Chairman of the Penal/Debe regional corporation Dr Allen Sammy says this is the worst floods his district has ever experienced. 

In that municipality, a number of communities experienced...

When flood wa­ters be­gan ris­ing at the Poodai La­goon in Pe­nal to­day, two teenage friends de­cid­ed to use an in­flat­able bed to float down the flood­ed street.

But when the bed got a...

Seventy-eight Cuban asylum seekers accused of engaging in an illegal protest in front of the United Nations building in Port-of-Spain yesterday, are expected to spend the weekend on remand.


Pe­nal/Debe res­i­dents are beg­ging for as­sis­tance from the T&T Reg­i­ment now, as hun­dreds of res­i­dents re­main trapped in their homes by ris­ing flood wa­ters.

With the high...

The Met Office has cancelled the Adverse Weather Alert and has returned the level to green.

It says conditions have settled over Trinidad and Tobago.

However, it says a few lingering...

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Cuban refugees who were taken by police from outside the UN Building in Port-of-Spain, this morning are being taken to court.

They are being charged with obstruction of the free passageway...

Police are seeking the urgent assistance of the public in locating 74-year-old Yvonne Trumpet-Nicholson.

Trumpet-Nicholson, of Mohammed Street, St. Augustine, was last seen in the St. James...

Employees of the Ministry of Education at the Ministry’s Head Office, Port of Spain have offered support for their colleagues who suffered losses due to flooding during the weekend of October 20th...