Princes Town, Trinidad and Tobago Newswire

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  1. South Trinidad gets lucky, as floods ravage east, north, centralRead the original story w/Photo

    9 hrs ago | Trinadad Express

    The rainfall that cause a historic level of flooding in parts of north and central Trinidad largely spared the south part of the island. Chairman for the Siparia Regional Corporation Dr Glenn Ramadharsingh said though there was heaving rainfall and flash flooding overnight, most have subsided.

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  2. UWI uproarRead the original story

    Friday | Trinidad and Tobago News

    UWI uproar Two students detained over campus chaos Two UWI students arrested during protest at St Augustine campus Night in jail for 2 protesting students Crowd control drills for cops after UWI protest Commissioner of Police Gary Griffith says he intends to initiate crowd control drills for his officers in the wake of an incident at the University of the West Indies yesterday, in which officers arrested two students during a protest.

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  3. Raffique Shah: Reduce road traffic, improve productivity, economyRead the original story

    Friday | Trinidad and Tobago News

    Contrary to my assertion in last week's column that most motorists and commuters do not care about the suffering they endure in daily traffic congestions, responses to the article suggest otherwise. As such, I shall share some more thoughts on the issue which is of immense importance to the economy, which it impacts negatively, and the physical and mental health of citizens, which also suffer serious consequences.

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  4. FLASHBACK: Residents of Lengua Road in Indian Walk Princes Town walk...Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Trinidad Guardian

    FLASHBACK: Residents of Lengua Road in Indian Walk Princes Town walk past burning debris during their protest to highlight the poor road conditions in February. Residents who burn debris and block roadways as a form of protest run the risk of being arrested and can face a criminal charge of sedition.

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  5. A pistol and ammunition seized by police in the arrest of a Princes...Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Oct 15 | Trinidad Guardian

    The arrest was carried out by officers of the San Fernando Criminal Investigations Department during an anti-crime exercise conducted in the district Sunday morning. According to police reports, officers conducted the exercise between 1 am and 5 am on Sunday, during which they carried out searches at several bars along Coffee Street, San Fernando and in the Ste.

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  6. San Fernando Mayor Junia Regrello, second from left, takes part in...Read the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Oct 14 | Trinidad Guardian

    San Fernando Mayor Junia Regrello, second from left, takes part in the Rotary Clubs of San Fernando's Walk to End Polio Now through the streets of San Fernando on Saturday. Although it is preventable, almost 100 women die from cervical cancer annually in T&T and Rotarian Dr Emmanuel Hosein is now appealing to women to get vaccinated.

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  7. Cops, Soldiers in PrisonRead the original story

    Friday Oct 5 | Trinidad and Tobago News

    COPS, SOLDIERS IN PRISON Moves to crack down on contraband Special police unit implanted at MSP Stiffer penalties for attacks on law officers Come January 2019, Minister of National Security Stuart Young plans to take new legislation before Parliament seeking an increase in the maximum sentences, fines and penalties for committing criminal acts against law enforcement officers. Slain prison officer got death threats Oil-sand mining coming? THE Government's plans to extract oil from tar sands at La Brea has raised the ire of local environmentalist Gary Aboud and former energy minister Carolyn Seepersad-Bachan.

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  8. More...Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Oct 11 | Trinidad Guardian

    The Dr Keith Rowley administration is an anti-worker Government and should not embark on a union-busting path or start battling with the people, United National Congress MP Suruj Rambachan has warned. Although residents of Point Fortin and environs are contemplating to block the Southern Main due to its dilapidation, Works and Transport Minister Rohan Sinanan says no new projects can be done until the 2019 national budget is passed by Parliament.

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  9. 'Fat girl' remark sparked brutal school fightRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Oct 2 | Trinadad Express

    A police investigation has been launched into a fight among pupils of the Princes Town West Secondary School, where a schoolboy was seriously injured. Trinidad and Tobago Police Service officers and members of the TT Regiment visited the school on Monday and interviewed pupils on the incident.

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  10. Cop charged with exposing himself to neighbourRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Sep 29 | Trinadad Express

    A POLICE OFFICER appeared before the court on Friday charged with exposing his private parts to his neighbour, a woman. John, 30 who was last attached to the San Fernando Court and Process Department, appeared before San Fernando magistrate Kerri-Anne Byer.

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  11. Pupil stomped on the head in school attackRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Sep 28 | Trinadad Express

    The Ministry of Education has launched an investigation into a fight at the Princes Town West Secondary School on Thursday, which resulted in on pupil being hospitalised. A ministry official confirmed that the 14-year-old schoolboy was taken to the Princes Town Hospital and transferred to the San Fernando General Hospital.

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  12. Kidnapp accused Police Constable Ian Dwarika is escorted to the San...Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Sep 26 | Trinidad Guardian

    The Marabella woman who was arrested last week in connection with the kidnapping of Natalie Pollonais has been released by police. She was held at her home during an operation by the Anti-Kidnapping Squad last Thursday and spent Friday and Saturday being interrogated over her alleged involvement in Pollonais' kidnapping.

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  13. Daphne Bartlett, President, San Fernando Business ChamberRishi...Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Sep 21 | Trinidad Guardian

    Business owners in several parts of South Trinidad are cowering under attacks from an organised crime network from the East Port-of-Spain which is targeting their victims at home. While it seemed coincidental at first, Southern Division police said they have been noticing similarities in the way some of the robberies have been carried out.

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  14. Natalie Pollonaisnews5th suspect held inPollonais abduction20180921212547Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Sep 21 | Trinidad Guardian

    Hours after two more suspects appeared in the San Fernando Magistrates' Court charged with the kidnapping of Natalie Pollonais, investigators arrested a fifth suspect. Police confirmed that the suspect was arrested in the San Fernando area on Thursday night and is assisting with their investigations.

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  15. Association of Maxi Taxi School Transport Concessionaires president...Read the original story w/Photo

    Sep 19, 2018 | Trinidad Guardian

    Association of Maxi Taxi School Transport Concessionaires president Rodney Ramlogan speaks to members of the media during the protest at PTSC, San Fernando, on Monday. Maxi-taxi drivers are planning to take their protests to outside the Ministry of Education's offices in San Fernando today if the Government fails to pay $20 million in outstanding salaries owed to them since March.

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  16. $2b to close Petrotrin refineryRead the original story

    Sep 16, 2018 | Trinidad and Tobago News

    Galleons makes 2nd run to Tobago Herbert George, chairman of the National Infrastructure Development Company is convinced that there is still some fine-tuning to be done before the Galleons Passage is put into service. 2,000 pounds of garbage cleaned up on Station Beach Scepticism over La Brea dry dock CHEC project 'to generate thousands of jobs' but... Strongly opposed to legal same-sex relationships Ex-health minister: TT's suicide rate higher than the US 'Why won't Kamla apologise?' - Licks over 'Oreo' Siparia family charged for stealing current FIVE members of a Siparia family were arrested and charged for stealing electricity from the TT Electricity Commission .

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  17. Policemen hold a suspect in the Natalie Pollonias kidnapping on the...Read the original story w/Photo

    Sep 14, 2018 | Trinidad Guardian

    Four suspects, including two police constables, a contractor and a labourer, who were arrested for the kidnapping of Natalie Pollonais, will spend the weekend in custody as investigations into the kidnapping continue. Although it has been more than 48 hours since they were arrested, the four men are being kept at undisclosed locations and are being interrogated separately.

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  18. Pupils of San Fernando SDA Primary School, at assembly.Kristian De...Read the original story w/Photo

    Sep 7, 2018 | Trinidad Guardian

    Operations continued as usual at the San Fernando Accident and Emergency department as a full complement of staff turned up for duty. Sharon Ramrattan who came out with her son Shiva said she was thankful there was staff to see about her son.

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  19. Princes Town Rotary Club hosts annual Choka FestRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 7, 2018 | Trinadad Express

    The Club will host a Choka Fest at San Fernando Hill from 4 p.m. There will be live entertainment and deejay. According to the Club, all proceeds for the fund-raiser will go towards the Club's annual scholarship for underprivileged university students.

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  20. Businesswoman on human trafficking chargeRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 3, 2018 | Trinadad Express

    A 67-year-old business woman has appeared before an Arima magistrate, charged with receiving a 27-year-old Bolivian national for the purpose of labour exploitation. Radica Persad, of Liam Crescent, Savonetta Estate, Pt Lisas, the owner of R Persad Service Station in Princes Town, appeared before Magistrate Debby-Ann Bassaw, in the Arima Magistrates' Third Court, yesterday to answer the charge.

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