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With the Carnival Season in full swing, the TTPS is giving the assurance that they will be out in their numbers to provide the necessary protection for those participating in the festivities.

Flu Vaccination Drive At The Tunapuna Market

A quest for no deaths attributed to the flu virus in 2018. This from the Ministry of Health who continued their Flu Vaccination Drive at the Tunapuna Market.

The Minister of Health Terrence Deyalsingh is ruling out sabotage at the Couva Children's Hospital where a ruptured water storage tank was reported on Monday.

President General of the Oilfield Workers Trade Union Ancel Roget says he is prepared to hit the streets in protest of the current administration's plans to re-structure Trinmar in Point Fortin.

Former Minister Basdeo Panday Blames The System

The Former Prime Minister was the first person to speak in front of the Joint Select Committee, and he explained that many of the problems plaguing the Police Service from as far back as his tenure as National Security Minister were systemic.

Police are looking into reports that the form two student who was killed in the shooting in Trou Macaque, Laventille, was the target.

Head of the North Eastern Division, Acting Senior Superintendent Surrendra Sagramsingh, believes the Anti-Gang legislation would prevent reprisal killings such as the incident where Morvant/Laventille Secondary School student, Joshua Andrews, and PH taxi driver Devon Hernandez were shot and killed.

Double Murder In Pleasantville

According to reports 30-year-old Akeemie Wilson of Golconda Settlement and 26-year-old Jahmai Donaldson of Elm Street, Coconut Drive, Pleasantville were cutting bushes on a fenced property at Elm Street Pleasantville just before noon on Wednesday.

Cervical Cancer Awareness Month

Statistics in Trinidad and Tobago report that there over 200 cases of Cervical Cancer being diagnosed yearly and according to OB/GYN Specialist Dr. Earl Braithwaite, the prevalence is growing.

Weather Outlook Wednesday 10th January 2018

Weather Outlook   Wednesday 10th January 2018

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