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Who will you vote for in the local government elections?

4% (88 votes)
26% (573 votes)
1% (24 votes)
0% (11 votes)
36% (799 votes)
17% (366 votes)
None of the above
8% (174 votes)
Hmmm...not sure
3% (74 votes)
I disagree with the premise of this question.
5% (103 votes)
Total votes: 2212

Postal workers get security after ‘hot spot’ attacks

Monday, June 27, 2016

TTPost has had to hire security for postal workers, after some of them were attacked last month while delivering mail in Beetham, Barataria, Laventille and Morvant, Public Utilities Minister Ancil Antoine has confirmed. He did so in Parliament on Friday in reply to a question from Opposition MP G

UWI students discuss the future of Gate

Monday, June 27, 2016

Close to 60 people showed up on Saturday for a discussion on the Government Assistance for Tuition Expenses (Gate) programme at the Learning Resource Centre, University of the West Indies (UWI), St Augustine campus.

Sando councillor in court over ‘fender bender’

Monday, June 27, 2016

A San Fernando councillor is expected to appear in court later this week on alleged matters stemming from a November 2015 vehicular incident in Palmiste, San Fernando.

PNM starts local government battle

Monday, June 27, 2016

With Tobago Council elections results yet to be announced, the People’s National Movement (PNM) has said it will make its call for the nomination of candidates for local government elections in Trinidad today. PNM chairman Franklin Khan announced this on Saturday at a news conference following th

La Brea activist: Better H&S needed

Monday, June 27, 2016

Companies that operate in the oil and gas industry must put better measures in place to safeguard their workers and the residents of the communities surrounding their operations in the event of a disaster.

Being hit by a stone was Maxine’s ‘last straw’

Monday, June 27, 2016

The last straw for domestic violence victim, Maxine Gonzales, was when a man in her life pelted her with a big stone and hit her on the head. Public relations officer for popular casino, Ma Pau, Gonzales said she was talking with a woman on the street outside her home when the stone hit her.

President reflects on farming roots: Cocoa industry a gold mine

Monday, June 27, 2016

The introduction of a special praedial larceny court, proper training for cocoa farmers and a ready supply of labour for cocoa estates are some of the factors needed to promote the success of cocoa in T&T.

One dead, three injured in drive-by shooting

Monday, June 27, 2016

A gunman sprayed bullets into a crowd of limers at a birthday party in Carapichaima on Saturday night, killing a father of two and wounding three other people, including a Form Three student. 

Government, Opposition to discuss bail bill

Monday, June 27, 2016

Government and Opposition will meet Wednesday to discuss the  Bail Amendment Bill which the Government wants to extend unchanged due to matters in the courts.