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Sunday, 16 October 2016 18:18

Tobago Blue Food Festival

How apt is it that the 18th annual Blue Food Festival is currently in progress in Bloody Bay, Tobago. 

The Opposition continues to call for Faris Al Rawi to be removed as Attorney General after pictures of children, who they believe to be his, handling high-powered military weapons, were made public. 

Sunday, 16 October 2016 17:58

Man Shot & Killed In East Trinidad

Police are investigating a murder in Maturita East Trinidad which took place early on Sunday morning.

The victim has only been identified by his alias: Nosey. The incident is being investigated.

A pond in Santa Flora is being drained in hopes of finding bodies. Details are still unclear but C News caught up with one of the contractors draining the pond who confirmed the reason why the pond is being drained. 

Government will search for a new site for the St. Clair Police Station during this fiscal year according to Finance Minister Colm Imbert. The plans where revealed during the Standing Finance Committee's review of the budget for the Ministry of National Security during Friday's sitting of Parliament.

The Central Statistical Office is reassuring the public that its official statistics are collected and processed in accordance with strict international statistical standards. The CSO says this includes rigorous and robust quality assurance procedures. The assurance follows recent media reports which suggested that four CSO officers were somehow able to manipulate the labour force statistics.

Saturday, 15 October 2016 17:22

Final Farewell For Mas Man Stephen Derek

A farewell fitting for a mas making King. That's exactly what veteran mas man Stephen Derek got as several members of the mas fraternity, family and friends gathered to say their final goodbye at the Holy Trinity Cathedral on Saturday morning. But even as they celebrated Derek's life some lamented that he was not recognized as he should have been when he was alive.

The 5 T&T Muslim nationals who were detained in Venezuela for the past 2 years and 7 months on charges of terrorism have been freed. There's no word on when the men will actually return home but for now Attorney At Law Nafeesa Mohammed, who has been representing the men for the duration of their detention, says they're content that for now justice has prevailed.

Citizens are being asked to observe caution while at the nation's beaches this weekend. The call comes from the Office of Disaster Preparedness and Management (ODPM) following an advisory from the Trinidad and Tobago Meteorological Office. 

Saturday, 15 October 2016 16:02

Teen Shot & Killed In Morvant

A 16 year old boy was gunned down in Morvant on Friday night.

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