Disasters in 2021 were both deadlier and costlier. These events, however, were just the latest in a string of major weather episodes occurring across the region. Many communities now face a long, difficult recovery process and confront an unfortunate choice: do we rebuild quickly or better? We tackle the cleanup process and find financially smart ways to get back most of what you may have lost in a calamity.


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The Port of Spain Archdiocese of the Roman Catholic Church has fifteen new permanent deacons. Archbishop Jason Gordon spoke to the importance of sacrifice and service as the new deacons were ordained on Saturday at the Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception in Port of Spain.

Minister of Public Utilities Marvin Gonzales refers to the statements made by Princes Town MP Barry Padarath as baseless.

The Minister says, there are no plans to privatise TSTT.

Member of Parliament for Princes Town Barry Padarath is questioning the plans for TSTT, including what is being done to put the company back into a competitive and profitable state. He has also questioned whether the government plans on privatising TSTT.