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And many in South and central Trinidad were left cleaning up after their homes were inundated by flood waters.

Our cameramen Adrian Boodan and Ivan Toolsie were out and about....

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Let's take a look at how badly citizens were affected by the rains and floods. 

A quantity of marijuana was discovered by officers of the Central Division Task Force and Central Division Major Crime Unit in the Cedros district during an anti-crime exercise yesterday.

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All classes at the School of Accounting and Management (SAM) are canceled tomorrow.

SAM will be closed due to the inclement weather.

This includes all branches across the country....

Caribbean Airlines has advised that due to the adverse weather conditions currently affecting Trinidad and Tobago, the following flights for October 19, 2018 were delayed for between one to three...

The Met Office has raised its warning level to the highest with regard to possible riverine flooding.

Riverine flooding occurs when water levels in a river overtops its banks and spills...

The Ministry of Works and Transport has opened the Priority Bus Route from Curepe to Arima.

This is due to flooding along the Churchill Roosevelt Highway today.

The ministry notes,...

The Ministry of Rural Development and Local Government says that as the deluge across the country continues, all 14 Disaster Management Units (DMU) remain on high alert and continue to assist...

National Security Minister Stuart Young says a post made by CCN TV6 today attributing him to claims that prison officers would have firearms at all times, is false.

The Minister issued a...

Chocolate-Chip Banana Bread
 
To me, discarding bananas after they’re past their prime for hand-eating is a total shame. As soon as I see a bit of...

The tes­ti­mo­ny of the State's main wit­ness in the pre­lim­i­nary in­quiry in­to Se­nior Coun­sel Dana See­ta­hal's mur­der is caus­ing mas­sive traf­fic grid­lock lead­ing in­to Port-of-Spain...

Two young men who faked their kid­nap­pings on the same day - one due to mon­ey wor­ries and the oth­er be­cause of ta­ban­ca—were each jailed for 30 days with hard labour yes­ter­day.

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