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Tuesday, 16 May 2017 15:06

Calypsonian Brigo Passes On

Calypsonian Samuel 'Brigo' Abraham has died.

Whether citizens like it or not, times have changed as it pertains to Trinidad and Tobago's economic climate and citizens must adjust to the "new normal".
That's the view of Energy Minister Franklyn Khan, who made the comment during Monday evening's sitting of Senate.
The energy minister said with his sector bringing in the bulk of revenue, it was necessary for citizens to understand how much of a decline has been felt in the sector over the years.

On the seventh of May, The Centre of Excellence in Macoya hosted the biggest tattoo convention in Trinidad and Tobago.

There was a fiery protest by residents of Coconut Drive, Morvant on Tuesday morning as they called for a better water supply and jobs.

Discussions with members of the Clico Policy Holders Group and Lawrence Duprey, the man who once headed the now defunct company, is expected to kick off on Tuesday afternoon.
However the chairman of the policy holders Peter Permell doesn't want to pre-empt the outcome. He said there are many issues to be addressed and right now, he cannot take the word of Mr. Duprey.
This is the first time since the company collapsed that the members will be meeting with Mr. Duprey. 
Tuesday, 16 May 2017 12:13

News Update For Tuesday 16th May 2017

Fiery protests in Morvant as residents call for better water supply and jobs; Police are investigating a suspected murder in Moruga; Agriculture Minister says the increase in allocation of revenue to his ministry will be used to pay off debts incurred by the former administration among other stories.

Police are continuing their search for Ravi Anthony, a Freeport resident, who was reportedly kidnapped near his home on Sunday.
Police are investigating a suspected murder in Moruga.
There was a fiery protest by residents of Coconut Drive, Morvant on Tuesday morning as they call for a better water supply and jobs.

Meteorologist Ean Wallace says it will be a dull Tuesday with lots of dust haze around, despite a hillside shower or two.

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