It's already banned in public spaces but one Independent Senator wants to do away with smoking in private spaces, specifically in vehicles.

My dear children of the 76th Annual National Chain Gathering of the Red Cross Society, have you ever given any thought to the greatness you are capable of, as individuals or collectively, as youths with the power to change a nation or even, the world? Of course you must have, because you are gathered here today in solidarity with each other for the noble cause that is the Red Cross Society’s mission. And that mission, which is embodied in the mission statement of the Trinidad and Tobago Red Cross Society – “to improve the lives of vulnerable people by mobilising the power of humanity” - is a most honourable one. But let me reassure you that you are not alone in the struggle to mobilise that power of humanity. Throughout the world there is someone at this very moment doing exactly this.

PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad and Tobago – On Tuesday May 6, 2015, His Worship Alderman Raymond Tim Kee, Mayor of Port of Spain made a welcome visit to the Caribbean Kids and Families Therapy Organisation's (CKFTO) centre on Vidale Street, St. James, to inspect the first of many accessible parking signs to be installed by the Port of Spain City Corporation, as part of his office’s support for the CKFTO/NCPD (National Centre for Persons with Disabilities) Social Integration for Persons with Disabilities campaign.

Port of Spain, Trinidad, May 13, 2015 – Following a successful Offer to the Shareholders of HFC Bank (Ghana), Republic Bank is pleased to announce that it has increased its shareholding in HFC Bank to 57.11%. This gives Republic Bank majority ownership and makes HFC Bank the fifth banking subsidiary within the Republic Bank Group.

Tobago House of Assembly Chief Secretary Orville London said due process was not followed in suspending Opposition Leader Dr. Keith Rowley from the Parliament.

Water and Sewerage Authority advises customers that there will be a disruption in their water supply on Sunday 17th May, 2015 between the hours of between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 8:00 p.m.

A 41-year-old Trinidad and Tobago national wanted in this country for firearm related offences has been extradited from the United Kingdom to face prosecution on the charges.

A 64 year old grandmother was among six persons arrested on Wednesday morning after officers of the Cunupia Police Station found a quantity of marijuana and cocaine at their home on Mon Plasir Road in Cunupia.

Canadian couple held with cocaine

A Canadian couple was charged with possession of cocaine for the purposes of trafficking after they were arrested at the Piarco International Airport on Tuesday afternoon.

Doused with puncheon and set on fire

A 29 year old man remains in serious but stable condition at the Port of Spain General Hospital after he was doused with puncheon rum and set on fire on Tuesday.

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