Mundo Nuevo on the brink of isolation

It's a 30 feet drop for you and your vehicle if you misjudge the remaining 5 feet of the roadway near a massive landslip on the Mundo Nuevo Road. 

It's a hazard that the 3 to 4 hundred residents live with daily. 

But the danger of a crumbling roadway with little to no warning signs as you approach it is not the only issue. 

'We are moments away from being totally isolated and marooned.' 

President of the Mundo Nuevo Village Council Manmohan Gosine says for over a year the road has been breaking apart. 

Traffic disruption on Eastern Main Road tomorrow

The Min­istry of Works and Trans­port is ad­vis­ing mem­bers of the pub­lic that there will be a tem­po­rary traf­fic dis­rup­tion along the East­ern Main Road from Farm Road in­ter­sec­tion to Mt. Lam­bert to­mor­row from 9 pm to noon Sun­day.

The min­istry said in a state­ment this is to fa­cil­i­tate a road paving ex­er­cise.

Chaguanas man missing

The TTPS is seeking the urgent assistance of the public in locating 23-year-old Shaquille Harry.

Shaquille, of Joseph Street, Chaguanas, was last seen driving a light blue coloured Nissan Almera, dropping his mother to her place of business on November 9th.

He was reported missing to the Chaguanas Police Station around 9:00 pm on November 11th.

Shaquille is of African descent, 6 feet tall, slim built, with a low haircut, and a brown complexion.

Coco Velvet sorry for Cathedral bikini debacle

The man­ag­er of the mod­els who par­tic­i­pat­ed in the con­tentious pre­sen­ta­tion dur­ing a fash­ion show at the Trin­i­ty Cathe­dral on Sun­day has is­sued an apol­o­gy to the Church, its parish­ioners and the gen­er­al pub­lic for the in­ci­dent.

Christo­pher Nathan, in a post on the Co­co Vel­vet In­ter­na­tion­al In­sta­gram page, said: "As founder and Cre­ative Di­rec­tor of Style­week Port-of-Spain I take full re­spon­si­bil­i­ty for the breach­es in an agree­ment be­tween Rev­erend Shel­ley Ann Tenia and the new fran­chise hold­ers Zetick Caribbean Lim­it­ed."