70 East Port-of-Spain students graduate from skills-training programme

Seventy students from communities across East Port-of-Spain today graduated from the ‘2017 Education to Production and Creating the Beats' programme facilitated by the East Port-of-Spain Development Company Limited (EPOS), an agency of the Ministry of Housing and Urban Development.

The ceremony recognised the efforts of persons who completed programmes in carpentry, electrical, heavy equipment operations, masonry, plumbing, welding, and the creation of musical beats.

AG: Cops must act on domestic abuse reports

The police are the first responders to domestic violence cases and they must take the matters seriously, Attorney General Faris Al-Rawi made clear yesterday.

But everyone must also become their relatives’ keeper in T&T and if a family member is suffering domestic violence, “...You can’t say ‘that’s not my business’,”|Al-Rawi added.

Speaking at yesterday’s post-Cabinet media briefing, the AG advocated action and speaking out in order to help deal with the domestic violence problem.

Family of San Juan murder victim: 'She lived in fear'

Domestic violence murder victim Anita Bahadur made her last complaint to the San Juan Police Station five days before she was killed, head of the T&T Police Service’s corporate communications, Ellen Lewis, confirmed yesterday.

According to Lewis, Bahadur, 27, told police the suspect went to her work place at Maloney Street, Petit Bourg, on March 15 and made threats against her life to her co-workers.

MY EYE: Water damage puts house in jeopardy

This photo was sent to us by Andre Robertson via the My Eye feature on the CNC3 App.

Andre says this damage was caused by water and now says that his home is in jeopardy.

Andre did not give us much more information about where this occurred nor did he leave us a contact to reach him.

We do hope that his concerns are addressed and would like him to further contact us when he sees this.

You too can share your concerns with us via the new CNC3 App.

MY EYE: Burst water line

This photo was sent to us by Karen Richards, using the My Eye feature in the CNC3 App.

Karen says it shows a burst water line in Mamoral #1 today.

We trust that Karen's concerns quickly reach the Water and Sewerage Authority and regional authorities.

You too can send us your concerns via the My Eye feature.

37-year-old Bejucal man missing

The Trinidad and Tobago Police Service is seeking the urgent assistance of the public in locating 37-year-old Pooran Ramsaran.

Ramsaran was last seen at his Ramlal Trace, Bejucal, home around 11:15 am on Tuesday 20th March, 2018.

He was reported missing to the Cunupia Police Station, around 12 pm on Wednesday 21st March, 2018, by his father, Ramnath Ramsaran.

Ramsaran is of East Indian descent, 5 feet 6 inches tall, with a brown complexion, short black hair and a full beard.

Water interruptions in South West Trinidad tomorrow

The Water and Sewerage Authority (WASA) is advising customers in parts of South West Trinidad that there will be an interruption in their water supply on Wednesday March 21st, 2018 between the hours of 7 am and 7 pm.

WASA says this has become necessary in order to facilitate repairs to a defective valve in the vicinity of Mosquito Creek.

Areas to be affected include: