PNM Women's League condemns brutal La Brea murders

The Women’s League of the People’s National Movement (PNM) is strongly condemning what it calls the horrendous and senseless murders of four persons in La Brea earlier this week.

The Women's League says that as mothers, sisters and wives, its members remain traumatized by these murders since they have prematurely ended the lives of two teenaged girls, a mother and their landlord.

MY EYE: Water from taps in Carlsen Field

This photo was sent to us by Lisa Niccolls using the My Eye feature of the CNC3 App.

Lisa says this is the colour of the water that residents of Cashew Gardens, Carlsen Field woke up to this morning.

"WASA please get your act together," she says.

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Amateur video explains frustration in getting vehicles off Cabo Star

Watch as a man explains the challenges now being experienced by persons who use the Cabo Star to transfer their vehicles between Trinidad and Tobago.

As the man explains, the Cabo Star docked in Port-of-Spain from Tobago, and 45 minutes later, vehicles could not leave the vessel. 

He explains that drivers have to fly from Crown Point, Tobago to Piarco, Trinidad, and no vehicle can disembark until the drivers arrive.

MY EYE: Burst pipe on Charlotte Street

This photo was submitted by Avinash Armoogam via the My Eye feature of the CNC3 App.

Avinash said it was taken on Charlotte Street in Port-of-Spain, in front of Pennywise and Yips stores.

He says it shows two big potholes and a burst pipe that have been there for almost a month.

He is asking the authorities to fix them as soon as possible.

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MY EYE: After CEPEP clean-up

This photo was sent to us by Bailah Gopie via the My Eye feature in the CNC3 App.

Gopie says; "This is when the recreation ground owners and the local council at Soledad Road Claxton Bay have no regards for the residents living across from the playground. They would clean around the ground and leave all the garbage that is left against the fence. All they need to do is trim the trees and clean up after there is an event and don't discriminate against people who speak up."

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Ag Police Commissioner to host 354 East Port-of-Spain students to 'Black Panther' show

Acting Police Commissioner Stephen Williams will facilitate a viewing of ‘Black Panther’, at IMAX, Woodbrook, for 354 pupils of schools in East Port of Spain on Wednesday.

A statement by the Police Service says the viewing will take place at 11 am.

The viewing is being made possible through the support of Gregory Aboud, President of the Downtown Owners and Merchants Association and Ingrid Jahra of CinemaOne.

The 354 school children will come from nine primary and secondary schools in the area.

14-year-old boy missing since February 17th

The Police Service is seeking the urgent assistance of the public in locating 14-year-old Emmanuel King.

Emmanuel was last seen at his Hill Trace, Arima, home around 1:15 pm on Saturday 17th February, 2018.

He was reported missing to the Arima Police Station, around 8 am, on Sunday 18th February, 2018, by his mother, Keisha Charles.

Emmanuel is of African descent, 4 feet 7 inches tall, with a dark brown complexion and a cornrow hairstyle.

He was last seen wearing a purple t-shirt, a pair of grey ¾ jeans and a pair of black and white sneakers.