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T&T braces for more floods, landslides

A Cepep crew tugs at fallen branches caught in the vegetation on North Coast Road as they worked to ensure trees did not capsize, in light of the forecast of more rain this weekend. Landslides cut off several villages on Tuesday.

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Met Office warns: Brace for more floods, landslides

Incessant rains which have been pummelling Trinidad for the past couple days will not only result in flooding, but could cause additional mud and landslides, the Meteorological Office at Piarco warned yesterday...

Cepep joins clean-up

More than 200 Cepep workers trucked in by the Defence Force joined crews from the Ministry of Works and regional corporations to help clear North Coast Road yesterday, after landslides blocked access to coastal communities earlier this week...

Calypso world mourns two icons

At the height of the Carnival season, the calypso world was struck a double blow yesterday with news of the deaths of two veterans, calypsonian Lord Blakie and musician Frankie Francis...

Cop on bribery charges

A policeman was yesterday arrested and slapped with five charges after Anti- Corruption Investigations Bureau officers swooped down on the Oropouche Police Station just before midday...

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As BWIA struggles...

Caricom discusses Liat’s future today

As BWIA struggles to keep its schedule commitments, Prime Minister Patrick Manning is in Barbados today meeting with other regional leaders to discuss the future of Antigua-based Liat...

Healthy Grains

Trying to eat healthier does not always equate a total change in your meal preparation. Sometimes all it means is a tiny shift in your overall preparation...

West Indies bolsters fire power

SOS for Powell

Ricardo Powell, the Jamaica-born hard-hitting batsman has been called by the West Indies selectors to join the team now in Australia for the VB triangular series, which also involves Australia and Pakistan...

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Imagine buying carnival fetes tickets online

GTech Corporation T&T spent US$2 million for the technology that makes it possible for people to pay their phone bills at any of the National Lotteries Control Board’s (NLCB) 600 online agents...



No music for C2K5

While all the new soca music can be heard on radio, it seems that none is available in the record shops...

With today marking the official end of the work week for many, the Guardian gives its readers a lagniappe from last weekend’s major fetes...

Current Weather
10 day forecast for Port-of-Spain, Trinidad And Tobago
Extended forecast Hi/Lo (°C) Precip. %
Jan 8
Showers Tonights Low: 22° 60%
Jan 9
T-Showers High: 31° Low: 22° 60%
Jan 10
Showers High: 31° Low: 21° 60%
Jan 11
Scattered Showers High: 31° Low: 21° 30%
Jan 12
Scattered Showers High: 31° Low: 21° 30%
Jan 13
Scattered Showers High: 31° Low: 21° 30%
Jan 14
T-Showers High: 31° Low: 21° 30%
Jan 15
Showers High: 31° Low: 21° 30%
Jan 16
Partly Cloudy High: 31° Low: 21° 10%
Jan 17
Partly Cloudy High: 31° Low: 21° 10%
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