Parts of South and Central Trinidad will be without a pipe-borne supply of water between 12:00 noon and 2: 00 pm today.
The following is a press release from WASA:
The Water and Sewerage Authority advises customers in parts of Central and South Trinidad served by the Caroni Water Treatment Plant, that there will be an interruption in their pipe borne supply today, Friday 8th February 2019 between the hours of 12 noon and 2:00 p.m.
This has become necessary in order to facilitate leak repairs on the Caroni South Transmission System at the Plant.
The Trinidad and Tobago Police Service is seeking the urgent assistance of the public in locating 14-year-old Eve Collymore.
Eve, of Bagatelle Road, Diego Martin, was last seen at her home on January 10th.
She was reported missing to the West End Police Station, around 7:15 pm, January 31st by her mother.
Eve is of African descent, 4 feet 8 inches tall and slim built, with a dark brown complexion.
She was last seen wearing a white t-shirt and a pair of black pants.
The Water and Sewerage Authority would like to advise customers of an interruption to the water supply in parts of South Trinidad from 3 pm -12 midnight today.
This has become necessary in order to carry out emergency repairs to a rupture on the 36-inch diameter Navet Transmission Main, along Mango Road, Tabaquite.
Areas affected include:
The Water and Sewerage Authority (WASA) is advising customers in parts of Central Trinidad that there would be an interruption in their pipe borne water supply on Tuesday, between the hours of 9 am and 9 pm.
This has become necessary in order to facilitate pipeline interconnection works at the B1/1 Bridge, Marchin Road, Caroni.
Areas to be affected include: Charlieville (East), Caroni Savannah Road (from the Gas Station to Sumarie Trace), Pierre Road (inclusive of all side streets) and Felicity.
The North West Regional Health Authority (NWRHA) is seeking the public’s assistance in identifying an unknown patient who underwent emergency surgery at the Port of Spain General Hospital.
The unidentified man was found unconscious in the vicinity of the Beetham Highway at approximately 1:30 am this morning, Sunday 3rd February, 2019 and brought into the hospital by GMRTT.
* Of East Indian descent
* Approximately 30 years old
* Slim built
* Approximately 75kg – 80kg (165 - 176lbs)
* 6ft tall
* Medium brown in complexion
Police are seeking the urgent assistance of the public in locating 14-year-old Jada Wilson.
Jada was last seen at her #22 St Augustine Circular Road, Monte Grant, Tunapuna at around 4 pm on Friday 01st February, 2019.
She was reported missing to the Tunapuna Police Station, on Saturday 02nd February, 2019, by her father, Nigel Wilson.
Jada of mixed descent, light brown complexion, brown eyes, black long hair, 5 feet, slim built. She was last seen wearing a white vest and blue pants.
The Port-of-Spain City Council passed a motion at their monthly statutory meeting at the Council’s Chambers Wednesday to, effective immediately, reduce wrecking within the nation’s capital by 50 percent.
While the motion was the brainchild of Port-of-Spain Mayor, Joel Martinez, it was put before the council by Deputy Mayor, Hillan Murray on the advice of leader of council business, Akil Durham, in order to avoid any conflict of interests that may arise as the Mayor had the casting vote (an extra vote given to a chairperson to break any ties which may result from a vote).
The Water and Sewerage Authority (WASA) has advised customers in Curepe and environs, who are currently experiencing a disruption in their water supply that this is due to ruptured 12-inch transmission main off the Churchill Roosevelt Highway, Curepe, in the vicinity of the intersection with the Southern Main Road.
WASA says emergency repair works currently underway are expected to be completed by 10 pm today - Wednesday 30th January 2019.
The affected areas include:
Come Monday January 28, you will be fined if you're caught using a water hose to wash your car or even water your plants.
The fine is $75.
This as WASA implements its water use restrictions for this dry season, one in which the met office said will be harsher than usual.
But it's not just water hoses that are being banned.
You won't be able to use sprinklers, pressure washers, decorate fountains and other outdoor artistic water features.
The law also restricts customers from diverting water from a reservoir, watercourse or public standpipe.
Less than a week after a landslip swallowed part of the Moruga Main Road at Indian Walk, the area is now accessible as the collapsed road has been reopened to vehicular traffic.
On Saturday night, the Ministry of Works declared the road passable and allowed access to one lane traffic. The contractors General Earth Movers are continuing to do restorative work on the landslip.
MP for Moruga Dr Lovell Francis posted photos of the road on Saturday.