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Pigeon Point Heritage Park is closed to the public.

Fishermen on the North Coast are bracing for more high waves, even as they try to ascertain the precise cost of damage already to their boats.

Wednesday, 19 October 2016 17:13

Government Stands By THA Budget Allocation

Government has defended its allocations for Tobago Festivals and building repairs.

An outbreak of chicken pox has forced the temporary shutdown of the Sacred Heart Boys' RC School.

Port of Spain Mayor, Keron Valentine, says the incident of a man sitting on the bonnet of his car while it was being towed in Port of Spain was unfortunate.

The Court of Appeal has dismissed the election petition appeals of the UNC.

Chairman of the Toco/Sangre Grande Regional Corporation Terry Rondon is asking for help as fishermen have been badly affected as a result of rough seas and high tides along several beaches in the Toco area.

The price of alcohol and cigarettes and a 7% tax on online purchases will take effect on Thursday 20th October 2016. Which is tomorrow.

The hikes were announced by the Minister of Finance Colm Imbert during the 2016-2017 budget presentation at the end of September.

October 19, 2016 – The 9th San Fernando City Council is set to dissolve on Friday 21st October, 2016 as it will come to the end of its official term. 

Executive Director at the Centre for Human Development, Hanif Benjamin, is questioning what is being done for the children and family who were traumatized as a result of crime.

Speaking on Good Morning Trinidad and Tobago Benjamin said the initial response of anyone is to offer help however that help is not maintained leaving those traumatized to fend for themselves.

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