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Caroni Residents Remember Flood Horror

An unattended floodgate is being blamed for the floods inflicted on some residents who live along the bank of the Caroni River.

Miranda Jawahir has been battling the rains, but unlike the victims who are still cleaning their homes, she is actually appealing for a home.

Budget Passed In Lower House

The Appropriation (Financial Year 2018) Bill 2017 has been passed in the Lower House of Parliament.

Former Minister of Education and MP for Caroni East, Dr. Tim Gopeesingh, had several questions for the Minister of Education during Monday's Standing Finance Committee meeting.

As Memberrs sat on the Standing Finance Committee on Monday, questions were directed to the Minister of Community Development, Culture and the Arts, Dr. Nyan Gadsby-Dolly, on the amount of money to be spent on employment at her Ministry.

Public Utilities Minister, Senator Robert Le Hunte, recently undertook a tour of WASA installations in areas of East Port of Spain, in an on-the-ground attempt to address water supply issues in the area.

Prime Minister Dr. Keith Rowley is to set to head to Belize to participate in the IV CARICOM-Mexico Summit on Wednesday.

Several scientists from various international agencies and institutions have indicated that climate change, if not dealt with, can affect air and water temperatures, precipitation, sea levels and fish, which in turn can negatively affect different sectors of society.

Two men appeared before a Siparia Magistrate on Monday, charged with possession of 28.86 kilogrammes of cocaine with a street value of $40 million.

Morvant Teen Missing

The TTPS is seeking the public's help in locating 17 year old Naomi Agard.

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