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PRIME Minister Dr Keith Rowley has accused media houses of “harassing people with lies”, saying yesterday media in Trinidad and Tobago were not independent but instead “have interests to protect”.

MARLENE McDonald has opted out.

The Port of Spain South Member of Parliament failed to show up for screening yesterday by the People’s National Movement (PNM).

There were only three nominees screened for that constituency — Trinidad and Tobago Sportswoman of the Year (2014) and Olympian Cleopatra Borel, Trinidad and Tobago Olympic Committee president Brian Lewis and businessman and radio talk show host Wendell Stephen.

BACK-to-back harsh dry seasons have taken a toll on the country’s water supply.

Alan Poon-King, chief executive of the Water and Sewerage Authority (WASA), admitted yesterday that WASA is “experiencing challenges with maintaining a reliable water supply to several communities”.