The Minister of Works and Transport is hoping to open the first phase of the Mosquito Creek segment of the Solomon Hochoy Highway Extension to Point Fortin by Wednesday.
Minister Rohan Sinanan made the revelation during a sitting of the Standing Finance Committee this afternoon.
"The first phase of the creek - we are hoping we'd have it opened on Wednesday so the problem on the creek would be something of the past. After 50, 60 years, from Wednesday that should be something of the past," he said.
Church services resumed on Saturday at the Transformed Life Ministry, Eastern Main Road in Arouca and the attendance was described as “the usual.”
The Pastor, Glen Awong, was also said to be “doing well.”
Speaking with the Guardian Media yesterday, a long-standing church member, from since inception, who wished not to be named, said since last Wednesday’s police operation where 69 residents from the Ministry’s Rehabilitation Centre were taken away by the police, the church members and staff have all been affected.
Two male victims who stayed at the Transformed Life Ministries Rehabilitation Centre claimed that they were tortured and abused during their eight-month collective stay at the church.
“I was gagged, handcuffed and thrown into a very small cage for many days when I got there. It just has an iron bed frame and a bucket which I was later told had to be used as a toilet.”
One day after 21 workers attached to the Solid Waste Management Company’s (SWMCOL) Recycling Division were retrenched - accusations of corruption and financial mismanagement continue to be levelled at the Board.
Three persons were injured in an early morning accident in Petit Bourg.
Reports indicate that at around 5 am today an Ad Wagon and an H-100 van collided along the Eastern Main Road in the vicinity of Jackson Street.
Fire officers and police responded and the injured persons were taken to hospital for treatment. They have been identified as Natasha Cruikshank, Paul Marishaw and Cedrica Mulligan.
The extent of the injuries are not yet confirmed.
More than 500,000 households in South and Central Trinidad will be impacted by a shortage of pipe-borne water when the Desalination plant goes down for 16 days in a planned shutdown next month.
Among the areas affected will be Caroni, St Helena, Charlieville, Chaguanas, Cunupia, Carapichaima, Couva, Claxton Bay, Marabella, Gasparillo, San Fernando, Cocoyea, Union Hall, La Romaine, Woodland, Palmiste, Phillipine, Rambert Village, South Oropouche, Fyzabad, Avocat, Siparia, Penal, San Francique, Rousillac, Aripero and La Brea.