• Health Minister, Dr Faud Khan Chief Medical Officer Dr. Colin Furlonge has reportedly indicated that he would fly to West Africa. He has volunteered to do so, to see first-hand how nations afflicted with the Ebola virus are managing the care of patients, and are containing the spread of the disease. Furlonge is likely to be accompanied by at least one other member of the Ebola Medical Response Team and Ebola Prevention, Information and Response Team (EPIRT), or more, if others volunteer to travel to West [ Read More ]
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  • No evidence…no charges Wed 29th Oct 2014
    Acting Commissioner of Police, Stephen Williams, gives an update on a case involving a surgery that was conducted last December at the St Augustine Private Hospital to remove cocaine pellets from a patient. The United Kingdom-based Medical Protection Society (MPS) Ltd recently published the story. It was alleged that cocaine pellets were removed from a patient’s stomach at the institution. The issue sparked concern among citizens as to why neither the patient nor the doctor was arrested for the [ Read More ]

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  • Public Relations Officer of the People’s National Movement, Faris Al Rawi says while his party has distinguished itself as one that seeks the best interest of the people of Trinidad and Tobago, the People’s Partnership Government has failed miserably in dealing with the very serious issue of crime. Mr. Al Rawi speaking during an interview this morning said, the PNM can point to a track record where the detection and conviction rate surpassed that of the People’s Partnership Government. CLICK TO [ Read More ]

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