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2020 General Elections

Trinidad & Tobago 2020 General Elections News, Updates and Results

Tobagonians proud of democratic rights

Story by CAMILLE McEACHNIE Silence from excessively loud music trucks, bullhorns, and candidates doing spot meetings, descended on Tobago,...

Nafeesa resigns from PNM

Confirmation that Nafeesa Mohammed has resigned as Deputy Political Leader of the People's National Movement (PNM). The following is...

Kamla worried about election observers’ no-show

The People’s National Movement (PNM) has promised to advise the population about the status of the observers invited to oversee the August 10 General...

Rowley: Commonwealth observers can’t make election

GAIL ALEXANDER There won’t be any Commonwealth observers coming for Trinidad and Tobago’s General Election on August 10 – but there's the possibility of Caricom...

Steady flow of voters in POS South and POS North/St Ann’s...

Story by MARK BASSANT There was a steady trickle of voters in polling stations across the Port of South...

GML General Election Poll: Dead heat in Barataria/San Juan

The fight for the marginal Barataria/San Juan seat between People’s National Movement (PNM) candidate Jason Williams and United National Congress (UNC) contender Saddam Hosein...

Station owner, radio host clash: Cuss out during interview with Hinds

KEVON [email protected] “Oh my God. I was not aware” was how Public Utilities Minister Fitzgerald Hinds reacted to realising a live Facebook broadcast of his...

Rowley casts his vote

Story by JOSHUA SEEMUNGAL After voting at the International School in Port-of-Spain shortly after 9 am, Prime Minister Dr...

EBC get requests for six recounts

Chief Elections Officer Fern Narcis-Scope said yesterday that the Elections and Boundaries Commission (EBC) had received six requests for recounts in marginal constituencies. In an...

UNC Cumuto/Manzanilla candidate asks constituents for a chance

The United National Congress (UNC) candidate for Cumuto/Manzanilla has asked the community to give him a chance.


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...

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...

Scrap iron dealers launch hotline to report copper theft

The Trinidad and Tobago Scrap Iron Dealers Association is rejecting outright the government's proposal to shut down their industry for six months.