• Hundreds of shoppers in Trinidad took part in a lack Friday madness today. They turned up to get their hands on discounted items at warehouse supermarket Price Smart. Shoppers queued from 3:30am to be the first in line. One shopper was reportedly injured and taken to hospital. Shoppers also said that there were insufficient shopping carts for anxious shoppers. Traffic heading into the Western Peninsular was backed up for miles from as early as 6am as cars lined up to enter the facility. The situation was more [ Read More ]
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  • Two bandits have left a 61- year- old civil engineer to face the brunt of damages suffered to his home, after one of the attackers set the man’s bedroom  on fire this morning. The men entered the home of Shaheed Mohammed located at Plaisance Park in Point A Pierre, at around 6 o’ clock this morning. Mohammed’s hands and feet were bound by his attackers and he was relieved of his laptop computer valued at $4000, two cell phones valued at $3000 and his wallet containing $600 dollars cash and his bank [ Read More ]

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  • Energy Minister Kevin Ramnarine Citizens are being assured that the country’s power supply is not risk and there will be no compromise of its distribution to the public. Energy Minister, Kevin Ramnarine, made the revelation at Thursday’s post cabinet news briefing. On Wednesday the Trinidad and Tobago Electricity Commission announced a load shedding plan after a leak developed at a pipeline that supplies Natural Gas to its generators. T&TEC disclosed that NGC would be attempting to rectify the [ Read More ]

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