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The new year is here and nurses are looking forward to having a better deal and more jobs.
 
President of the Trinidad and Tobago Registered Nurse Association or TTRNA Idi Stuart says nurses are currently being educated but not being given priority for employment.
 

The Office of Disaster Preparedness and Management (ODPM) says four excavators are currently on site at the North Coast Road clearing the landslide to allow residents to commute through the area.

The Ministry of Works and Transport is once again advising motorists to avoid the North Coast Road, as the slope has once again come down near the Maracas lookout.

A male flight attendant employed with Caribbean Airlines Limited and a woman were arrested on Sunday after officers of the Eastern Division Task Force seized a pistol and a quantity of ammunition during an anti-crime exercise in Sangre Grande.

The Ministry of Works and Transport is once again advising motorists to avoid the North Coast Road; Nurses ask for more protection after late shifts to and from work; With five murders recorded for 2018 youth activist Nikoli Edwards says authorities need to switch up the way they intend to crack down on crime among other stories.

As the world welcomed 2018, at least five mothers in Trinidad have more reason to celebrate.

Miguel Simmons was asleep when his attackers shot him through an opening of the house on 7th Avenue Barataria, they did not gain entry into the home but instead shot him from outside.

A line of vehicles on the North Coast road on New Year's Day, heading towards Maracas. Some of the occupants just want to go home, while some of them planned to spend the day at the beach.

Government's adjustment to the highway speed limit from 80 km per hour, to 100 km per hour is still proving to be a challenge to some drivers, who are pressing the 'X' more than the law dictates they should, landing them in hot waters.

Back in 2003 when Archbishop Charles Jason Gordon was made the parish priest of Gonzales his main objective was to promote peace in the community.

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