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TRINIDAD – Ferdie to tell all on Galicia deal

TRINIDAD – Ferdie to tell all on Galicia deal

PORT OF SPAIN – Parliament’s Joint Select Committee on Land and Rural Development want answers on the maintenance and management of the sea bridge service. The T&T Guardian has been told that as part of its investigation into the procurement of the Cabo Star and the Ocean Flower 2 the Committee wants to “understand” how […]

TRINIDAD – Murder mystery . . three found dead in burnt out shack

TRINIDAD – Murder mystery . . three found dead in burnt out shack

PORT OF SPAIN – A four-year-old child managed to escape death on Wednesday night and later sought refuge at a neighbour’s house after seeing his mother and other occupants killed and then set on fire in their house. But mystery surrounds the death of the three people discovered by fire-fighters in the house in a […]

TRINIDAD – Destra falls through stage breaking ankle

TRINIDAD – Destra falls through stage breaking ankle

PORT OF SPAIN –– Queen of Bacchanal World Tour 2017 may now be canceled for T&T’s soca artiste Destra Garcia following an accident in Bermuda after she fell through a stage during her performance. Garcia suffered a broken ankle and is expected to undergo surgery, according to sources close to her. She was also expected to […]

TRINIDAD – Turbulence trauma at Piarco airport

TRINIDAD – Turbulence trauma at Piarco airport

PORT OF SPAIN –– The Piarco International Airport compound turned into an emergency scene on Wednesday night to handle passengers from American Airlines Flight 2713 who’d suffered injuries after the flight encountered turbulence en route from Miami. The Airport Authority of T&T (AATT), which confirmed the development yesterday morning, said a total of 30 passengers were […]

TRINIDAD – Evacuation at Atlantic after gas leak

TRINIDAD – Evacuation at Atlantic after gas leak

PORT OF SPAIN – There was an evacuation at Atlantic’ s gas process facility in Point Fortin before noon today following a leak at one of its liquefaction units (trains). While the situation was brought under control, the Express was told that work on this train has been shut down for the day. A release […]

TRINIDAD – Violence continues

TRINIDAD – Violence continues

PORT OF SPAIN – An employee from the Port-of-Spain General Hospital (PoSGH) and his father, a retiree who also worked at the hospital, were both ambushed and killed by gunmen in Laventille yesterday, while responding to a call of an accident along Picton Road involving one of their vehicles. Fitzroy Daniel, 65, and his son […]

TRINIDAD – Prison officers call for Dillon to step down

TRINIDAD – Prison officers call for Dillon to step down

PORT OF SPAIN – The Prisons Officers Association has called for the resignation of National Security Minister Edmund Dillon as they stepped up their demands for better conditions, particularly at the Maximum Security Prison (MSP) in Golden Grove, Arouca. They also called on Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley to intervene, saying they could no longer […]

Team T&T 16th at Global Robotics Challenge

Team T&T 16th at Global Robotics Challenge

PORT OF SPAIN – Three pupils of Presentation College, Chaguanas, placed 16th out of a field of 163 at the inaugural FIRST Global International High School Robotics Challenge in Washington DC on Tuesday. The team comprised of Form Five pupils Avidesh Marajh (team representative and programmer), Fahad Hosein (team captain and driver), and Josef Gonzalez […]

Flash flooding across Trinidad

Flash flooding across Trinidad

PORT OF SPAIN – Minor flooding was reported in parts of Claxton Bay on Tuesday, following heavy afternoon showers. There were also reports of street and flash flooding in Chaguanas, Penal, San Juan and Barrackpore. Councillor Shazeeda Khan-Mohammed said there was up to three feet of flood waters along Cedar Hill Road, Claxton Bay, just […]