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The Coronavirus Outbreak

Food sector decimated by closures

Ryan Bachoo spoke with THRTA CEO Brian Frontin on the Morning Brew. He says the closure of restaurants will have a widespread...

Mothers-to-be turn to Mamatoto

With the current COVID-19 crisis, more mothers-to-be are re-thinking giving birth in hospital, and looking to the Mamatoto Resource and Birth Centre in Belmont, as an alternative.

Ministry update: 105 cases of covid-19, 8 deaths

The following is a press release from the Ministry o Health: As part of the national drive to safeguard...

Not time yet for SOE to be called—Attorney

Some members of the legal fraternity say the time has not yet arrived -- in the current COVID-19 crisis -- for the President to declare a State of Emergency in T&T...

Restaurants to be closed from tomorrow, hours adjusted for essential businesses

All restaurants in Trinidad and Tobago will be closed from tomorrow.This was one of several new...

Passengers on inter-island ferries urged to use masks

Citizens using the sea-bridge to get between Trinidad and Tobago must now wear face masks, in addition to practising physical distancing, while travelling on the inter-island ferries.

T&T has 105 confirmed COVID-19 cases; deaths now at 8

The Health Ministry confirms that the number of COVID-19 deaths has increased to 8, as of the morning of Monday 6 April 2020...

“Don’t blame me, all vending is illegal”

Hema Ramkissoon spoke with Commissioner of Police Gary Griffith on the Morning Brew. He reiterates that the TTPS operates within the remit...

Zoo continues monitoring and tough safety protocols to keep animals COVID-19...

The Emperor Valley Zoo assures T&T they're doing their utmost to keep the animals there COVID-19 free, after a tiger in the US' Bronx Zoo tests positive...

Shoppers practise physical distancing at Chaguanas Market

A trip to the Chaguanas Market on Saturday shows customers complying with the COVID-19 Regulations and practice social distancing from each other...



First Citizens launches Additional Public Offering

First Citizens has launched an Additional Public Offering (APO) of shares at an offer price of TT$50.00 per share. This is the same price...

Business Watch: Polygraph tests going for as much as $3500 as spouses hunt cheating...

In Business Watch, people are willing to spend significant sums of money to find out if their partners are faithful. Amalgamated security...

Tobago ready and waiting

Chief Secretary Farley Augustine is calling for calm ahead of the impending adverse weather expected to sweep across the island. Following a...

MET director under investigation

At a time when the weather is in the spotlight, the head of the meteorological services is now under investigation. The public utilities...

Green Thumb Tuesdays: Fish farming

A local farmer is inches away from producing fish feed utilizing waste material on a commercial level. Standing in the way of...