Monthly Archives: January 2016
Agriculture Minister Clarence Rambharat admits the Local Cocoa Industry has been through too many cycles of neglect to generate the revenue and crucial foreign exchange T&T needs at this time.
The appointment of Dennis Moses to the Ministry of National Security was not discussed in cabinet, hours after it was announced by the Office of the Prime Minister.
The World Health Organization predicts, three to four million people could be infected with Zika virus in the Americas this year.
The National Union of Government and Federated Workers vows to fight the dismissal of Litter Wardens.
Carlos “Skatie” James is officially out of the running for the Calypso Monarch.
There is assurance from the Dr. Keith Rowley administration that it is taking steps to transform Laventille.
Chaguanas Mayor Gopaul Boodhan wants the establishment of a temporary army base in central Trinidad to deal with crime.
One man is now in police custody following an attempted robbery at 51 Degrees Nightclub and Town Restaurant.
Eight UWI students are currently in Japan participating in a one-month exchange programme at Sophia University.
Politician and former Government Minister Winston Gypsy Peters is the back in the Extempo race.