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After several years of calls for such an initiative, the Trinidad and Tobago Police service is set to launch the body worn camera pilot project.
The launch will take place at the St. Joseph Police station on Friday afternoon.
Following several reports of flooding on Tuesday, the Ministry of Rural Development and Local Government activated several emergency operations centres of the Disaster Management Units across the country.
Senator the Honourable Dennis Moses, Minister of Foreign and CARICOM Affairs commended France on taking a leading role on the global stage in dealing with environmental issues of importance to Small Island Developing States such as Trinidad and Tobago. These sentiments were expressed during a reception held in celebration of the French National Day – Bastille Day – on 14th July, 2017 hosted by His Excellency Héidi Picquart, Ambassador of the French Republic to the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago. 
In response to reports that Tropical Storm Bret had devastating effects on certain parts of the nation earlier this month, The Trinidad and Tobago Manufacturing Association (TTMA) immediately embarked upon a humanitarian exercise to reach those most in need.
The TTMA had no convincing to do among its membership with many readily coming forward to send supplies which they envisioned would be essential in such a critical period for those affected.
WASA customers serviced by the Carlsen Field Water Treatment Plant may be experiencing an interruption in their water supply.
The utility cut the service at 8am and it will continue to be so until 8pm.
Opposition Leader Kamla Persad Bissessar is today commending members of the Muslim community, and all citizens who gave of themselves, whether it was their time, food, clothing and other necessities to those affected by Tropical Storm Bret.

Trinidad & Tobago Transparency Institute



A Tribute to Dr. Michael Alleyne


It was with deep sadness that the Board of Directors of Trinidad and Tobago Transparency Institute (TTTI) learned of the death of its distinguished former Director and greatly respected and loved colleague Dr. Michael Alleyne. Dr. Alleyne died on Wednesday 14 June 2017 after a long illness.

The Ministry of Works and Transport wishes to advise that the access road used for exiting the Caroni Savannah Road unto the Uriah Butler Highway (South Bound Lane) has been temporarily closed to all motorists.
Motorists travelling along the Southern Main Road in Caroni who wish to access the Uriah Butler Highway South Bound via the Caroni Savannah Road should proceed North along the Southern Main Road to access the Churchill Roosevelt Highway and exit at the Churchill Roosevelt Highway/ Uriah Butler interchange to proceed South.
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The stand-off between the Super League and the Referees Association is set to continue, unless the TTFA intervenes.
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Shiva Boys put all their recent troubles behind them to take out another big fish in local schools football. After
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