The Water and Sewerage Authority advises customers in parts of South East Trinidad served by the Navet Water Treatment Plant that there would be an interruption in their pipe borne water supply tomorrow Thursday, January 30th between the hours of 8.00 a.m. and 5:00 pm. This has become necessary to facilitate maintenance work at the plant.
Areas to be affected include:
The TTPS is seeking the urgent assistance of the public in locating 13-year-old Cassandra Persad.
Cassandra was last seen at her Macadamia Drive, Cashew Gardens North, Longdenville, home, around 1:00 pm on January 26th.
She was reported missing to the Longdenville Police Station on the same date.
Over the last two months, residents of a community at Union Hall, Cross Crossing, San Fernando have been enduring the awful stench of raw sewerage pervading their homes.
Concerned about their health and well being, residents have had enough and are calling for immediate action.
A major magnitude 7.7 earthquake struck north of Jamaica, triggering tsunami waves in the Western Caribbean.
The Pacific Tsunami Warning Center has sent an alert stating that hazardous tsunami waves are possible for coasts of Jamaica, Cayman Islands, Cuba, Honduras, Belize and Mexico.
The first waves are forecast to affect Jamaica at 3:20 PM Jamaica time, 4:20 PM T&T local time, with heights between 0.3 and 1.0 metre.
Damage has been reported across the Cayman Islands and western Jamaica, with no reports of fatalities at this time.
Workers at T&TEC’s Public Lighting Department are calling for the removal of a manager following an alleged attack on a female employee.
Two men have been injured as a result of an overturned truck along the Southern Main Road near Pranz Gardens, Claxton Bay.
Fire officials have blocked off the Southern Main Road since 11:00 AM as the overturned truck was carrying compressed oxygen and spilled diesel across the roadway.