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  • Coast Guard seizes $5.2 million in cocaine, marijuana in early morning bust | CNC3 - The Coast Guard has put the value of the drugs they seized in a bust this morning, at $5.2 million. Earlier reports had indicated that the drugs were valued at $1 million. The following is the statement from the Coast Guard. "At approximately 5:47am on Thursday 27th October 2016, an interceptor vessel of the Trinidad and Tobago Coast Guard, while on routine patrol effected the boarding of a Trinidadian pirogue three (3) nautical miles north of San Souci, with two occupants on board. The vessel and the occupants were taken to Coast Guard Base, Scarborough, Tobago where detailed searches were conducted. During the search, fourteen (14) packets containing a white powder-like substance and weighing a total of sixteen kilograms (16 kg) valued at $5.2 million dollars and eleven (11) packets of a plant like substance weighing a total of thirteen kilograms (13) valued at $208,00.00 were discovered. The two Trinidadian occupants were then detained by the Coast Guard and subsequently handed over to the Organized Crime Narcotics and Firearm Bureau in Tobago to continue investigations." FOR MORE TOP STORIES:
  • Full list of 55 NP service stations still accepting electronic cards | CNC3 - The National Petroleum Marketing Company (NP) has listed 55 service stations that will continue to accept electronic cards. The following is the full list: 1. ISLAND PROPERTY OWNERS Western Main Rd. Chaguaramas 2. NP CARENAGE Western Main Road, Carenage Carenage 3. T’DAD YACHT CLUB Western Main Rd. Bay Shore 4. NP RICHPLAIN Richplain Road, Diego Martin Diego Martin 5. NP FOUR ROADS Four Roads, Diego Martin Diego Martin 6. WADE MITCHELL 18 Boissiere Village Maraval 7. NP BOISSIERE VILLAGE William Street, Boissiere No. 1, Maraval Maraval 8. NP MARACAS BAY Maracas Bay, Maracas Maracas 9. NP TRAGARETE ROAD Tragarete Road, Port of Spain Port-of-Spain 10. NP RICHMOND STREET Richmond Street, Port of Spain Port of Spain 11. A. NUNES 135 Belmont Circular Rd. Belmont 12. T&T POLICE SERVICE SOCIAL & WELFARE ASSOCIATION Cor. Mc Allister St. & EMR Laventille 13. NP CHARLOTTE ST. Corner Carlotte & New Streets, POS Port-of-Spain 14. ST. CHRISTOPHER TAXICAB COOPERATIVE SOCIETY LIMITED Wrightson Rd. Port-of-Spain 15. NP MORVANT Eastern Main Road, Morvant Morvant 16. NP BEETHAM TTPSS&WA. Beetham Highway Sea Lots 17. STUART MC INTYRE Cor. 8th Ave. & 5th St. Barataria 18. NP BARATARIA WEST 141-143 Eastern Main Road, Barataria Barataria 19. NP BARATARIA EAST Eastern Main Road, Barataria Barataria 20. ARANGUEZ SERVICE STATION Aranguez Main Road San Juan 21. NP SADDLE ROAD Saddle Road, San Juan San Juan 22. DE PAUL GUPPY LP# 53 El Socorro San Juan 23. NP TUNAPUNA Eastern Main Road, Tunapuna Tunapuna 24. NP TACARIGUA D'Andrade Street, Tacarigua Tacarigua 25. DEORAJ JAGGERNAUTH Eastern Main Rd. D’abadie 26. ALLAN LEE HEUNG 623 John Shaw Ave. & EMR - Mausica Arima 27. NP HOLLIS AVENUE 15-16 Hollis Avenue, Arima Arima 28. NP VALENCIA Eastern Main Road, Valencia Valencia 29. NP MANZANILLA LP110 Eastern Main Road Manzanilla 30. NP TALPARO 225 Talparo Main Rd, Brazil Village San Rafael 31. NP TRIAL STREET - SEA BLAST STORES LIMITED Trial Street, Chaguanas Chaguanas 32. NP CHAGUANAS - NEWSERV COMPANY LIMITED Chaguanas Main Road Chaguanas 33. NP CHASE VILLAGE - NP CHASE GAS LIMITED Southern Main Road, Chase Village Chase Village 34. NP GASPARILLO Bonne Aventure Road, Gasparillo Gasparillo 35. NP FREEPORT - RONSAN TRADING LIMITED Freeport Junction, Freeport Freeport 36. WINSTON & MARVA PETERS Southern Main Rd. Couva 37. NIGEL BABWAH Bay Rd. Orange Valley Couva 38. MRS. E MAHABIR LP# 47 Main Rd. Tabaquite 39. KUMAR RAMJATTAN Beaumont Park Point A-Pierre 40. PARAMOUNT SERVICE STATION 238-240 Southern Main Road Marabella 41. NP ROYAL ROAD Circular Road, San Fernando San Fernando 42. RADICA SAITH 4 Southern Main Rd. Vistabella 43. NOBBEE'S, VISTBELLA 111 Pointe-a-Pierre Road, Vistabella 44. NP CROSS CROSSING Cor. Cipero St. & Lady Hailes Ave., San Fernando San Fernando 45. NP DUNCAN VILLAGE Duncan Village, San Fernando San Fernando 46. NP DEBE Siparia Erin Road, Debe Debe 47. NP SIPARIA #77-79 High Street, Siparia Siparia 48. NP SANTA FLORA Siparia Erin Road, Santa Flora Santa Flora 49. NP ERIN Siparia Erin Road, Erin Erin 50. NP RUSHWORTH STREET Rushworth St. & Bye-Pass, San Fernando San Fernando 51. CHARLES QUAN YOUNG New Grant Princes Town 52. RADICA PERSAD 327 Naparima Mayaro Road Princes Town 53. NIGEL AUSTIN St. Marie’s Village Cedros 54. GEORGE BALFOR/ HOCHOY CHARLES Halfax St. Plymouth Tobago 55. TOBAGO TAXI CO-OPERATIVE SOCIETY LTD. Milford Rd. FOR MORE TOP STORIES:
  • Security guard goes beyond call of duty to help elderly pensioners | CNC3 - Just recently, a supermarket packer shot into fame when she was filmed helping and feeding a differently-abled man who had come to her grocery. Among the many negatives, her story was a refreshing reminder that there is still a lot of good in many people. And one Facebook user has highlighted yet another positive, this time of a security helping an elderly woman to cash her pension cheque. Zaak Mustapha wrote on his page: "From frequent visits to the Treasury Department in POS, I've seen the security officers doing their job proudly, but today I saw an officer going beyond the call of duty. "He assisted this pensioner in getting out of the taxi, walked her to the chairs, took her forms, filled it out, submitted and then walked her back to the car when she was all finished. "In all the negativity that is being painted in our beautiful country, it was very refreshing to see someone helping the old and disabled. Note he did not stop at only helping this woman but many others in the short time I was there. Whomever you are, good job sir and keep it up." The photos accompanying this reports was also taken from Mustapha's Facebook page. FOR MORE TOP STORIES:
  • Government moves to ease foreign exchange woes for "ordinary folk" | CNC3 - Government will seek to persuade commercial banks to allocate a certain amount of foreign exchange "for ordinary people" who have medical expenses, tuition, travel and the like, Finance Minister Colm Imbert says. Winding up debate on the 2017 budget in the Senate on Tuesday night, Imbert gave that and other assurances on several suggestion from senators to deal with issues affecting the general public. On talks with the banks to allocate some Forex to "ordinary people" for various purposes, he said: "So at least there will be foreign exchange available (to them) for these things. "Right now, it's completely unregulated. The banks are free to give it to who they wish and there are discrepancies in the systems in the way in which they allocate foreign exchange... but if Forex is regulated, this will take the system backwards." On some Independent Senators' strong complaints about high bank charges/fees, Imbert said: "We are in discussions with the banks but you know when people have become accustomed to a certain way of doing things, when you try to get them to come out of their comfort zone, it's not so easy. "So we are having dialogue with the banks first about interest rates, about bank charges and so on and if dialogue doesn't work, then we will see if we need to legislate. "But we are starting with discussion first. So I do not want them to say, as Amcham (American Chamber of T&T) incorrectly said that there was no consultation. "We have had at least three meetings with them already, the Central Bank is speaking to them about interest rates and charges," he added. Imbert also confirmed he had left out mention of the differently-abled in the budget speech. Imbert said he had received a call from Independent Senator Hugh Roach who said he did not hear anything about that. "I said 'You know you are right but when you are writing a budget speech, in those speeches you cannot address everything but it doesn't mean that. if it's not in the speech that it's not in the 2017 allocation.' "I will urge the Social Development Ministry to get on with the policy for disabled and facilities that (Roach) spoke about," he said. Imbert urged the Parliament to implement full access for disabled to all areas since he said that was lacking. "I think for all State buildings we also need to examine the situation," he added, Imbert said the long-overdue management of plastic bottle had to be dealt with soon. SOURCE: (Gail Alexander) FOR MORE TOP STORIES:
  • Supplies leave for Haiti | CNC3 - A shipment of supplies to the people of Haiti that came out of a drive by the San Fernando Mayor, is now on its way to the impoverished country. The Mayor's Office issued a statement today giving details of the shipment: "The first shipment for the Help 4 Haiti Charity Drive spearheaded by His Worship the Mayor Alderman Haji Kazim Hosein left San Fernando this afternoon and will arrive in Haiti within eight days. The containers exited the city in a convoy via Cipero Street and were headed for the port at Point Lisas. They will be shipped on the MAERSK shipping line. The Mayor and members of the Charity Drive Committee including Sadiq Baksh, Sayeed Mohammed of Eagles Transport and Cusbrocon Services Ltd., as well as corporate volunteers from LAING who generously donated and provided labour, machinery and logistics, were on site to see the shipment off. Items being sent include non-perishable food items, drinking water, clothes and shoes, medicines and medical supplies, and building materials. “We received hundreds of donations from people across Trinidad and Tobago, and they will definitely make an impact for the victims of Hurricane Matthew in Haiti,” said the Mayor. He specially thanked all the donors who made the drive extremely successful as well as the members of the Charity Committee and all partnering groups such as the Barakah Foundation, the Rotary Club of San Fernando, ONE Love Trinidad, JTA, Edoo’s, Dumore Enterprises, and the San Fernando and Penal-Debe Disaster Management Units. Each container holds approximately US$27,000.00 in goods and the average cost of shipping is US$2,000.00 per container. Donors who wanted to give monetary contributions were directed to pay the shipping company directly if they wanted to cover the full cost of a container, or alternately to pay into the Mayor’s Fund which has allocated money towards shipping costs. The Abdul Aziz Trust and Friends in Action are among such donors. Once in Haiti, goods will be distributed by the Haitian NGO ADNO, working under instructions from His Worship to ensure that help reaches to the departments which are most in need – Grand Anse, Sud and Nippes. The Penal-Debe Disaster Management Unit is still open as a collection point for persons still wishing to donate items for Haiti relief. These items will be shipped through Global Brokerage Limited on the CMA CGM shipping line." FOR MORE TOP STORIES:
  • Bethel United wins Super League | CNC3 - They’re one hundred thousand dollars richer. Bethel United last night defeated Police FC to capture the national super league knockout title in their own backyard. Caston Cupid has the details in this report from Tobago.
  • Shiva Boys SSFL champions | CNC3 - We all saw it coming but it was made official today. Shiva Boys capturing the Secondary Schools Football Premiership title. Caston Cupid has the details in this report.
  • Pro League action 26-10-16 | CNC3 - The weather may have been good but it was raining goals at the Ato Boldon stadium last evening as the Pro League held a double header. Here's Caston Cupid again.
  • What is Bullfinching? | CNC3 - Bullfinching is a quite common sport here in T&T, yet we hardly hear about it. Have you ever wondered why? There was a tournament in central Trinidad over the weekend, and my cameraman Kevin Maharaj, and I decided to attend.

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