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CNC3's Otto Carrington is in Sangre Grande where residents of Foster Road are affected by flooding.

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Urvashi Tiwari-Roopnarine speaks to residents of Greenvale as water levels rise.

Given the adverse weather conditions, the University of the West Indies St. Augustine Campus has announced that it will be closed for the remainder of today, Thursday 15 November. 


The Sangre Grande Regional Corporation has advised that the Foster Road River has burst its banks and there is currently water on the roadway.

Persons residing or traversing the area are...

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Following a battle between the Oilfield Workers Trade Union (OWTU) and Petrotrin over job cuts is another clash between another union and state-owned entity.

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Flood waters are rising in Debe and Penal, with several residents and business already affected.

These photos were taken by Guardian Media's Kristian De Silva and Ivan Toolsie.


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A river in Vega de Oropouche has already crossed its banks.

Video by CNC3's Otto Carrington.

A landslide has been reported on the Lady Young Road but the roadway is still currently passable.

However, the Office of Disaster Preparedness and Management (ODPM) is warning motorists to...

The Water and Sewerage Authority (WASA) is  advising customers that heavy overnight rainfall has negatively impacted operations at several of its surface water treatment facilities.


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Water levels are rising on South Quay outside City Gate.

Video by Guardian Media's Peter Christopher.

The Met Office has issued a Riverine Flood Alert, raising the level two place up from Green to Orange.

Orange is the second highest level, just below red.

Orange represents a "high-...

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The Manuel Congo River around 10 am today as water levels rose.

Video by Guardian Media's Otto Carrington.