Scrap iron dealers are now able to apply for their licenses, following a decision by the Licensing Committee at the Chaguanas Magistrates Court, yesterday.
In an official statement issued by the Trinidad and Tobago Scrap Iron Dealers Association, the group’s President, Allan Ferguson, confirms that all stakeholders in the Scrap Iron and Salvage Industry can now apply for licenses, as the Committee has granted the Association the normal One (1) year license required.
The Ministry of Health says it is investigating allegations that Dr Conrad Murray who lost his medical licences in the United States after he was blamed for the death of pop star Michael Jackson, is practicing here in Trinidad and Tobago.
The Ministry confirmed its investigation via a statement to the media today.
"The Ministry of Health wishes to advise members of the public that it has been made aware of the allegation that Dr Conrad Murray is attending to patients at a local private medical facility without the required medical license.