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The Trinidad and Tobago Solid Waste Management Company Limited (SWMCOL) wishes to clarify information circulating in the media about this country’s waste generation.

Vision on a Mission is helping prisoners prepare for re-entry into society after the completion of their incarceration.

The Minister of National Security, Retired Major General Edmund Dillon, says his Ministry is willing to do what is required to ensure the safety of all officers.

Prisons Commissioner Sterling Stewart has confirmed that the recent killing of Prison Officer Fitzalbert Victor Junior was a hit called from within the prison walls.


There are reports that motorists and commuters are stranded on the South Trunk Road, near Mosquito Creek.

An investigation has been launched into the case of Ms. Michaeline Wall, a young mother with a physical disability who was fined $2,500 for marijuana possession this week.

Attorney General Faris Al-Rawi says the new Family and Children Division Bill will allow more protection for at-risk children.

A team has been installed to develop local protocol to treat with any pregnant woman who contracts Zika.


Parliamentary business is expected to resume at the Red House by May 2018.

20 year old man shot dead in Cunupia

A man was killed in Cunupia on Friday morning.

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