Monthly Archives: January 2016
The body of a woman is discovered on a beach in Maracas.
A bandit is dead follwing a shootout with police.
Education Minister Anthony Garcia urges students of Success Laventille Secondary School to stand together.
A total of 51 steel orchestras will converge at the mecca of pan, the Queens Park Savannah on Sunday for the Panorama Semi Finals and savannah party.
Investigations are continuing into the accident in Tobago, which claimed the lives of Maurice and Verna Lewis.
Schoolboy murders shock the Laventille community; police have not yet held anyone in connection with the attack.
Reports that armed men are posing as WASA employees are being probed by police and the utility.
Foreign used car dealers beleives the new policy on the importation of used vehicles could see hundreds of workers on the breadline.
Police are at this time investigating the circumstances surrounding the murder of a 34-year-old man in central Trinidad.
Early morning protest in La Brea, as TUFFCO workers call on the company to adress their concerns.