Police are seeking the urgent assistance of the public in locating 16-year-old Shaniel Peters.
Peters, of Hibiscus Drive, Petit Valley, was last seen around 7:30 am, on Wednesday.
She was reported missing to the Four Roads Police Station around 8 am on Thursday 18th October, 2018 by her father.
Shaniel is of mixed descent, 5 feet 4 inches tall, slim built, with a light brown complexion and a relaxed hairstyle.
Anyone with information on the whereabouts of Shaniel Peters is asked to contact the police at 999, 555, 911 or any police station or call 800-TIPS.
For the first time in years, Salmattie Garibsingh is looking forward to her birthday on November 4.
Garibsingh, who is blind and bedridden, was visited by officials from the Ministry of Social Development on Wednesday at her Arena Road, Freeport home.
Help came after Guardian Media highlighted her living conditions on Tuesday. She was promised three grants, one to complete her home, another to install electrical wiring and the third to furnish the house. She was also promised a food card and a new wheelchair.
The US$16,000 needed for baby Ky'Mani Thompson to receive specialised care in Miami came too late to save his eyesight.
His parents were given the sad news by doctors but one-year-old Ky'Mani will still be undergoing surgery at the Bascom Palmer Eye Institute in Miami on October 24.
Finance Minister Colm Imbert and Works and Transport Minister Rohan Sinanan are being respectively invited by Naparima and Moruga residents to experience the “pleasure” of driving over two roads which residents want to rename in their honour the “Colm Imbert Boulevard” and the “Sinanan Drive.”
The roads—Garth Road, Piparo and Jaipaulsingh Road in Moruga— are said by councillors of each area to be the first and second worst roads in T&T.
Blind and bedridden, 62-year-old Salmattie Garibsingh wishes for the day when her home can be completed so she would not get soaked on her bed when it rains.
Speaking to Guardian Media at her Freeport home on Monday, Garibsingh said she has been blind for 21 years.
Her left leg was amputated 13 years ago and her right leg was amputated in 2016 due to complications from diabetes.
She lives with her husband Mahadeo Ragbir, 58 and their 23-year-old son Mitchell, who they affectionately call “Mitchie.”
Matthew Maryuen, 29, of Harrynanan Avenue, Malabar, who was reported missing by his brother, on Thursday 11th October, 2018, has been found.
The Trinidad and Tobago Police Service confimred the man was found just hours after issuing a statement saying he was missing.
The police are thanking the public for its assistance in ensuring the man’s safe return.
The Trinidad and Tobago Police Service is seeking the urgent assistance of the public in locating 29-year-old Matthew Maryuen.
Matthew was last seen at his Harrynanan Avenue, Malabar home, around 2:30pm, on Wednesday 10th October, 2018.
He was reported missing to the Malabar Police Station, around 9:10pm, on Thursday 11th October, 2018, by his brother.
Matthew is of mixed descent, 5 feet tall, medium built, with a brown complexion, short black hair and has a speech impediment.
A group of Preysal residents fear their community may be in of being cut off as part of the main access roadway has caved in, leaving an eight-feet deep hole near the Preysal Bridge.
The pavement where children walk every day on their way to school now also has no support under it and can sink in at any time. The railing along the nearby bridge has also given way and cracks have started developing in houses and walls near the eroded bridge.
Three days after their home was destroyed in a suspected arson attack, a Tabaquite couple remains fearful that the suspect will return to carry out his threat to kill them and their two children.
Unhappy with the police response, Nera Bajan, 47, lamented, "The police not doing enough to help us at all. I want the police to step in. Please, somebody investigate the suspect, please people, please. This is the last straw...Our lives are next, this is what he said."