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Ellen Lewis, has hinted that the water situation has reached crisis proportions. ’When we enter the dry season usually, we have our reservoirs at capacity, and we start off the year with the reservoir full, being able to supply the needs of 1.3
31 days without water Miranda La Rose Saturday, March 13th 2010 Trinidad and Tobago is experiencing a drought. The Meteorological Service has officially declared a meteorological drought in the country and advises that there is very little prospect
He said the figures showed that even before these new leaks were reported by citizens, there were some 354 leaks to be repaired. As part of its leak repair programme, the company has also replaced more than 100 kilometres of ’high leakage mains in
Fewer hours of water Kim Boodram Monday, February 22nd 2010 Drier days are coming. Water rationing is continuing throughout the country, with Central and South Trinidad being advised to brace for the sound of air rushing through their pipes over the
South Trunk Road, Oropouche, in the vicinity of the St Mary’s Booster Station. Areas affected are South Trunk Road, Oropouche, Fyzabad, La Brea, Vessigny, Aripero, Rousillac and environs.
Hot, hot, and even hotter is what this year dry season is going to be. Dry, drier and eventually no water in our taps for days is what’s ahead...We have seen fiery protests for water on numerous occasions last year and years gone by.
Camille Bethel firstname.lastname@example.org Wednesday, February 3rd 2010 The Water and Sewerage Authority’s plan to crack down on water-wasters may also result in big job losses. The ban, effective midnight tonight, will affect people who operate and
Man gets 16 years for stealing cars Nikita Braxton South Bureau Saturday, November 28th 2009 A MAN who drove away with three cars and stole money to buy another was sentenced to a total of 16 years and six months in jail on Thursday. Derrick Lewis,