Monthly Archives: October 2015
The man seen allegedly slapping a two-year-old girl while feeding her, has been granted 150 thousand dollars bail.
West Indies cricketer Lendl Simmons has been ordered by the court to pay 150,000 Trinidad and Tobago dollars in compensation for leaking sexually explicit photographs of Therese Ho, an account executive with whom he had an affair. The ruling was … Continue reading
Two men are expected to appear before a Scarborough Magistrate charged with the murders of Richard and Grace Wheeler.
More than 100 people have been killed in a powerful earthquake which has hit north-eastern Afghanistan and Pakistan.
Dwight Yorke wants to be Aston Villa’s manager. The former Villa striker is keen to replace Tim Sherwood, who was sacked on Sunday.
Chief Secretary Orville London says overall crime in Tobago is under control. This despite the murder of Richard Wheeler and his wife Grace.
A court appearance today by the couple now charged with the abuse of a toddler reportedly in their care.
Dozens of same-sex couples in Chile have been celebrating as a new law recognising their unions came into effect.
The strongest hurricane ever recorded in the Americas is bearing down on Mexico’s Pacific coast, threatening a “potentially catastrophic” landfall.
Venezuela has objected to a Canadian mining company operating in Guyana, telling the company it is infringing on Caracas’ sovereignty.