Monthly Archives: April 2016
All government schools in Barbados are to be closed from 12:30 p.m. today.
Minister of Finance Colm Imbert is confirming that World Bank officials are in Trinidad and Tobago helping and advising his government on several pressing matters, including a review of expenditure.
The Children’s Authority says boys three years and younger are being sexual abused in this country while in Tobago children between one and three are being sexually abused by other children.
Police questioning man who is believed to have appeared on video featuring group of men firing gunshots in the air
Police have reportedly been questioning a 25-year-old man who is believed to have appeared in a video featuring a group of men firing gunshots into the air.
The police killing of forty-one year-old William ‘Boneman’ Rock baffles relatives.
Shots fired by a group of young men, and captured on camera are now engaging the attention of the police.
Activist coming out in support pf Chaguanas doctor being investigated for alleged involvement in an abortion done on teenage girl
One activist is coming out in support of a Chaguanas doctor who is now being investigated for his alleged involvement in an abortion done on a teenaged girl.
Two school children are caught on camera in a confrontation with an armed police officer and the reactions are shocking.
Chairman of the United National Congress Dr. David Lee is lamenting the country’s crime situation saying it is officially out of control.
A couple is expected to appear in court today to face charges under the Trafficking In Persons Act.