Gary Dike

Gary Dike of St Margaret’s is missing

Dike of St Margaret’s Old Road, was last seen on November 4.

Anyone with information that can help find him, can contact the St Margaret’s police station at 659-2530. The police can also be reached at 999, 555, 911, 800-TIPS or through any police station. A report can also be made via the TTPS App.


TOBAGO House of Assembly (THA) Chief Secretary Farley Augustine says he remains committed to the PDP mandate, as he and his team run the island’s affairs as independents after leaving the PDP.

And while Progressive Democratic Patriots leader Watson Duke has called for fresh elections in Tobago, Augustine said he should focus on the battle for Minority Leader of the THA, which he said Duke could claim.

THE blame game continued between Paria Fuel Trading Co Ltd and LMCS over the diving tragedy with focus yesterday on a plug and whether it caused the accident.

Paria’s attorney, Gilbert Peterson SC, in his questioning of LMCS HSE manager Ahmad Ali, tried to impress that the divers did not have to remove the inflatable plug, when they were doing works on sealine 36 pipeline on February 25, 2022 and their bid to do this resulted in them being sucked into the pipe.

LMCS attorney Kamini Persaud-Maraj countered that In-Corr Tech Ltd, the company commissioned to do a report by the OSH Agency, attested to the integrity of the plug in their report.

LAST week the Law Association of Trinidad and Tobago (LATT) issued a media release warning lawyers that they could face disciplinary action for advertising their services.

But earlier this year, the LATT also wrote to Chief Justice Ivor Archie asking him to take into consideration draft rules and guidelines it had prepared that would provide more guidance to its membership on the issue.

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