Monthly Archives: December 2015
The Mayor of Port of Spain not shifting on decision to Temporarily shut down Food Vending at the Queens Park Savannah
Port-Of-Spain Mayor, Raymond Tim Kee is not shifting his decision to temporarily shut down the food vending at the Queens Park Savannah.
The man who was for the last five years in charge of the Solomon Hochoy Highway Extension to Point Fortin has been fired.
Three days of searching for Kyle Gonsalves have come to an end.
Trinidadians and Tobagonians are being told again it is to make sacrifices.
St. Vincent and The Grenadines’ New Democratic Party is Changing a decision to keep its MPs away from Parliament
In St. Vincent and the Grenadines. The main opposition New Democratic Party is changing a decision to keep its MPs away from the parliament.
The acting Commissioner of Police wants government to tighten security surveillance of the country’s borders.
Prime Minister Dr. Keith Rowley scoffs at a suggestion that an audit at the Housing Development Corporation take into account the period he served as Minister of Housing.
The owners of the popular Jenny’s Restaurant and Bar in Crown Point scored a major victory in their injunction application against their landlady Karen Buckmire.
Telecommunications provider, TSTT signs a three-year collective agreement with the Communication Workers Union.
The newly installed Board of Directors of the Housing Development Corporation sends Managing Director Jearlean John and several top managers on three months administrative leave.