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Forgive us our sin

Bish­op of the An­gli­can Dio­cese of T&T Rev Claude Berkley has ‘strong­ly con­demned’ the de­pic­tion of scant­i­ly-clad mod­els in the Trin­i­ty Cathe­dral over the past week­end, say­ing it was out of or­der.

He has is­sued a pub­lic apol­o­gy to the An­gli­can com­mu­ni­ty, all re­li­gious or­gan­i­sa­tions, faith groups and the gen­er­al pub­lic over the em­bar­rass­ing three-night fash­ion show host­ed by Style­week Port-of-Spain.

Barrackpore Teen Missing

The TTPS is seeking the urgent assistance of the public in locating 15-year-old Andron Jaggan.

Andron, of Khristian Avenue Boodoo Trace Debe was last seen at his home around 7:30 am on October 26th.

He was reported missing to the Barrackpore Police Station at 8.30 pm on October 26th by a relative.

Andron is of East Indian descent, 5 feet 6 inches tall, slim built, and has a light brown complexion with short curly brown hair.

Disruption in water supply in Morvant

The Water and Sewerage Authority advises customers served by the Lady Young Booster Station, who are currently experiencing an interruption in their water supply, that this is due to a mechanical problem at the facility.

Emergency repair works currently underway are expected to be completed by midnight on Thursday 31st October, 2019.

Areas affected include:

Never Dirty Mon Repos

Chinapoo Coconut Drive

Red Hill Second Caledonia

Marie Road Las Alturas

Calvary Hill Pelican Extension

Ramdial Development Comprehensive Drive

Tobago teen missing

The TTPS is seeking the urgent assistance of the public in locating 17-year-old Shakeira Barker.

Shakeira, of Baird Trace, Signal Hill was last seen at her home around 7:00 am on October 21st.

She was reported missing to the Scarborough Police Station at 8.00 pm on the same day by a relative.

Shakeira, is of African descent, 4 feet 2 inches tall, medium built, and has a light brown complexion and black straight hair. She was last seen wearing a blue and white night gown.

Ministry hopes to open first phase of the Mosquito Creek Highway Extension by Wednesday

The Minister of Works and Transport is hoping to open the first phase of the Mosquito Creek segment of the Solomon Hochoy Highway Extension to Point Fortin by Wednesday. 

Minister Rohan Sinanan made the revelation during a sitting of the Standing Finance Committee this afternoon. 

"The first phase of the creek - we are hoping we'd have it opened on Wednesday so the problem on the creek would be something of the past. After 50, 60 years, from Wednesday that should be something of the past," he said.

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