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The Coronavirus Outbreak

16 new COVID cases

The Ministry of Health has recorded 16 new COVID cases bringing the total number of active cases to 758. Of the 16...

Prison Officers’ Association worried about prison COVID spike

The Prison Officers' Association of Trinidad and Tobago (POA) has expressed concern over the recent report of a spike in COVID-19 positive cases in the prison system, and is calling on the Ministry of Health to ramp up testing within prison walls.

Pandemic Portraits: Andrew Rose

The “Pandemic Portraits” series here on CNC3 is a tribute to our citizens who have faced life-changing experiences of the COVID-19 pandemic....

Tobago reports 1 more COVID death, 2 new cases, as active...

...the number of current active infections on the island continues to fall, with the latest total being 364 persons actively infected.

UNC: Government’s poor COVID response worsening hardship for citizens

The United National Congress (UNC) is calling on the Rowley Administration to be more compassionate in its handling of the COVID-19 crisis, and to ease up the hardship which citizens are enduring.

COVID-19 forces QPCC to let go CEO, staff

The nation's wealthiest and most renowned cricket club Queen's Park has been hit hard by the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic that started in March and as a result, the club was forced to make drastic changes brought on by force majeure.

18 more COVID cases, 10 of unknown origins

The Ministry of Health has announced 18 new COVID cases in its 6 pm statement. This follows 8 announced...

Active cases down to 420, only 3 new COVID cases today

The latest update from the Ministry of Health is confirming 3 new positive cases of COVID-19, bringing the total number of active cases in the country to 420 patients.

61 ticketed for not wearing face masks

Some sixty-one fixed penalty tickets have been issued to persons for breaching the COVID-19 regulations for failing to wear a face mask.

Evictions on the rise as citizens struggle to pay rent

Confirmation by the ministry of social development that eviction notices by landlords are on the rise as citizens impacted by the pandemic...


Nightmare at Gran Riviere

Parts of North-East Trinidad are reeling from the effects of this week's inclement weather. Residents in Gran Riviere and Matelot are suffering from more than just one natural disaster.

Rich Plain speaks after PCA report released

Residents in Rich Plain Diego Martin are calling for an apology from the Police Commissioner (Ag) after the Police Complaints Authority referred its report to the Director of Public Prosecutions.

Final farewell to football’s David John-Williams

Former TTFA president, David John-Williams, was laid to rest at the St Paul's R.C church in Couva, on Thursday 30 June 2022.

WASA workers stage pre-emptive protest

WASA workers staged a midday protest on Thursday 30 June 2022, as a pre-emptive strike, based on a rumour that 600 employees are to be retrenched in restructuring exercises.

WASA sabotaged by copper thieves

Over forty thousand people in south Trinidad were without water on Thursday 30 June 2022, after copper thieves sabotaged equipment at a WASA booster station in Fyzabad.