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The Coronavirus Outbreak

Regular mail suspended until April 15

TTPost says it is suspending non-essential services until April 15th, but assures Pension Cheques and CDAP medications will continue to be delivered...

Tobago records first COVID-19 death

The THA's Division of Health, Wellness and Family Development reports that Tobago has recorded its first COVID-19 death...

Health Ministry confirms: 109 persons tested COVID-19 positive, thus far

Some 109 persons have tested positive for COVID-19 infection in Trinidad and Tobago, out of the 987 samples which CARPHA has processed, thus far.

Minister of Health awaits report from ERHA on procurement of Grande...

The Minister of Health Terrence Deyalsingh is still awaiting a report from the chair of the Eastern Regional Health Authority into the...

No new reported cases of covid-19 in 48 hours

The following is a press release from the ministry of health: As part of the national drive to safeguard...

Amalgamated Security gives support to Health Ministry COVID-19 response efforts

The Ministry of Health received major assistance from Amalgamated Security with the donation of appliances for two of its Step-Down Quarantine Facilities, over the weekend, on Saturday 18 April 2020.

No shortage of PPE

Health Minister Dr Terrence Deyalsingh is maintaining that there is no shortage of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) in this country.

ILO: Protect workers both now and after lockdowns ease

The International Labour Organization (ILO) warns that without adequate safeguards for returning workers, there could be a second wave of COVID-19.

Why are female leaders thriving amidst COVID-19

Hema Ramkissoon spoke to UWI's Head of Gender Studies Dr Gabrielle Hosein on the Morning Brew. She says women have the qualities...

Education Ministry: Vocational students not left behind during COVID-19

The Ministry of Education is giving assurances that students pursuing studies in the technical and vocational fields are not being left behind, during the current COVID-19 crisis.


Impact bins placed at dangerous Debe roundabout

Impact bins and other safety features are being rolled out by the ministry of works and transport at the Gandhi Village roundabout...

Jacob: 84 arrests made for illegal scrap iron

In just a few months, the acting police commissioner says one hundred and 84 people have been arrested in connection with illegally trading...

Crossing the Line – Part 2

On Sunday (7 August 2022), CNC3 brought you part one of this special report about a contentious land dispute in the Piparo...

Las Cuevas family facing eviction

In a matter of hours...a Las Cuevas family will be on the streets... Cherry-Ann Cox, a mother of three...

St Jude’s Home staff seek protection from residents

Caregivers at the St Jude's Home for Girls are begging the state for protection after a worker was attacked by residents on...