Health Minister Dr Fuad Khan said yesterday the travel ban on Nigeria remains, notwithstanding the fact that the World Health Organisation yesterday declared Nigeria to be Ebola-free.
Dr Yitabe Gebre, an adviser to the World Health Organisation (WHO)/Pan-American Health Organisation (PAHO), is commending the Government for setting up the Ebola prevention, information and response team but is not in support of travel bans such as that placed on Nigerian and other African nationals.
A meeting of stakeholders of Carnival 2015 and Trinidad and Tobago’s Ebola-prevention, information and response team has been scheduled to take place next Wednesday, October 29.
ACTIVIST Dr Wayne Kublalsingh was up to last night being kept under close watch by family and close friends, after falling ill and complaining of feeling “extremely weak”.
Pro-highway hunger striker, Ravi Balgobin Maharaj, had his first taste of food in five days on Sunday evening.
Bring the evidence to support claims that the Government paid for advertisements personally attacking hunger striker Dr Wayne Kublalsingh.
The role of the Hindu woman has been redefined, and by making the most of educational opportunities, is surpassing Hindu males.
JAMAICAN beauty Rachel Biesray has won the Miss Divali Nagar 2014 crown.
Biesray got the judges’ nod over 11 other delegates who participated in the show at the National Council of Indian Culture (NCIC) Divali Nagar celebrations in Chaguanas on Sunday night.
Aykeel Ali sang his way to victory at the National Council of Indian Culture’s (NCIC) Coca-Cola Youth Champ finals at the Divali Nagar, Chaguanas, on Saturday night.
IN an effort to fight the spread of diseases carried by the aedes aegypti mosquito, the Couva/Tabaquite/Talparo Regional Corporation embarked on an aerial spraying exercise on Saturday.
THE decision by the Government to ban nationals from Nigeria from entering the country because of the threat of Ebola is causing confusion and mixed thoughts for many Nigerians living in Tobago.
Nigerian nationals resident in Trinidad and Tobago yesterday reacted with relief as a result of the announcement by the World Health Organisation (WHO) which declared Nigeria free of the Ebola virus.
ILLNESS has continued to affect proceedings in the Vindra Naipaul-Coolman murder trial after one of the jurors suffered a relapse of a virus she recently suffered.
President of the Trinbago Unified Calypsonians (TUCO) Organisation Lutalo Masimba (Brother Resistance) said artistes have spent about $15 million of their hard-earned monies to record music for Carnival celebrations on February 16 and 17.
NATION of Islam Leader Louis Farrakhan on Sunday criticised Jamaican governments over the years for not adequately building on efforts made by the country’s late national heroes to create an independent Jamaica.
National Infrastructure Development Company (Nidco) is expected on Friday to submit to the Joint Consultative Council (JCC) for the Construction Industry a detailed report on its considerations of the recommendations of the James Armstrong Report, which deals with the extension of the Solomon Hochoy Highway to Point Fortin.
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The government and football authorities are to work together to explore ways fans can have more say in the running of clubs.
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