CCTV footage to be admissible in court and facial recognition software to be rolled out. Two technological advancements announced by the Attorney General, that will go a long way in safeguarding citizens against crime and criminality.

The AG gave a sneak peak of these plans and more, during a consultation on the San Fernando Waterfront Redevelopment Project.

Rynessa Cutting reports.


WASA says it is doing all it can to supply potable water to as many communities as possible, but its reservoir levels are less than adequate, due to two consecutive dry seasons.

Fifty-one Grants have been approved, to the tune of one point three million dollars, via the Business Development Unit of the Division of Community Development.

Has the Prime Minister made media enemies? It may be Dr. Keith Rowley's interpretation of the media as he today heaped a bashing on media houses, which he says are out to serve their interests.

Thousands of residents across Rio Claro and Mayaro are pleading with WASA to send a water supply to their areas.