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Wednesday, June 29, 2022


The Coronavirus Outbreak

COVID-19: The Perfect Storm Pt. 1

Curtis Williams talks to Hema Ramkissoon about the perfect storm. Falling oil prices and the future

Three more COVID-19 patients discharged, total 96

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

Gov’t signs agreement with Credit Unions to provide loans for its...

The Government has signed an agreement with Credit Unions to provide loans to persons whose income has been depleted as a result...

10 arrested for bathing in the sea off Cocorite

Ten people, who were arrested today for breaching the Public Health Ordinance Regulations have been charged.According to police reports, Police Commissioner Gary...

UNC considers taking Security Minister to Privileges Committee

Ryan Bachoo spoke to Opposition Member Rodney Charles on the Morning Brew. He says concerns of the Rio Treaty breach need to...

New COVID-19 case in T&T, imported

Trinidad and Tobago has one new case of COVID-19. Minister of Health Terrence Deyalsingh said that the new case...

ILO wants release of more than 150,000 seafarers trapped on board...

The International Labour Organization (ILO) has called for urgent and coordinated action to release the 150,000 to 200,000 seafarers trapped on board ships around the world, because of measures to contain the COVID-19 virus.

Caribbean Cinemas to re-open on June 25th

Caribbean Cinemas will open their doors on June 25. In a press release issued today, management stated that over the last few...



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...