The photo was sent to us by Karissa1 via the My Eye feature on the CNC3 App.
Karissa1 says 24-year-old Kimberly Williams has been missing since Friday 20th April.
Karissa1 says Kimberly is from Light Pole 60 Vega De Oropouche, Toco Road, Sangre Grande.
She was last seen wearing a pair of blue short pants, pink top and a pair of shoes.
She is of East Indian descent, five feet and six inches tall.
Karissa 1 asks that anyone with information should contact the nearest police station, or call 555 or 800-tips.
The Ministry of Finance says that people who can satisfy the Board of Inland Revenue that they cannot pay Property Tax by reason of age, among other things, can have their payments deferred.
The Ministry issued a statement today in response to what it said was a misconception to a newspaper report related to pensioners paying property tax.
The following is the statement by the Ministry of Finance.
The Water and Sewerage Authority (WASA) is advising customers in North-West Trinidad served by the Tucker Valley Water Treatment plant that there will be a disruption in their pipe borne water supply on Tuesday April 24, 2018 between the hours of 9 am and 9 pm.
WASA says this has become necessary in order to facilitate interconnection works at the Tucker Valley Water Treatment plant.
The affected areas include:
Western Main Road from Teteron Barracks, Chaguaramas, to La Horquette Valley Road, Glencoe, inclusive of Carenage, Pt. Cumana and Glencoe.
The Trinidad and Tobago Police Service is seeking the urgent assistance of the public in locating 85-year-old Oscar Chuniesingh.
Chuniesingh was last seen at his Calcutta Street, Arima home, around 6 pm on Tuesday 17th April, 2018.
He was reported missing to the Arima Police Station, at 10:30 am on Wednesday 18th April, 2018, by his granddaughter, Nikeilia Chuniesingh.
Chuniesingh is of mixed descent, five feet seven inches tall with a dark brown complexion and short grey hair.
This photo was sent to us by "Truetrini" using the My Eye feature in the CNC3 App.
Truetrini titled this photo, "Wilson Street garbage pile up - St. Augustine" and added that "this is a health issue and three schools are on this street".
We trust that the regional authority will look into this matter.
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