Monthly Archives: May 2016
There is to be tight security today for the visit of Venezuela’s embattled president Nicolas Maduro.
The bullet riddled body of a man is discovered in Piparo. He is identified as Lucky Mohammed of Chickland Road, Caparo. Reports say police responded to reports of gunshots at Stone Road around 7:30 last night. It is said when … Continue reading
The man accused of sexually assaulting two sisters aged 9 and 14, appears in court.
Government appears to be getting ready to deal with the controversial age old, child marriage law in Trinidad and Tobago.
The Archbishop of Port of Spain is distancing itself from the Inter-Religious Organization’s support of the marriage act. Archbishop Joseph Harris says the Roman Catholic church is not in support of that section of the marriage act. Members of … Continue reading
Relatives of 4-year-old Keimel Jacob are calling for a thorough investigation into his death.
The merged operation of Liberty Global and Cable & Wireless Communications promises substantial business-to-business and submarine fiber operations. The new interim CEO of CWC and former president of Columbus Communications John Reid says the combined forces has now tripled … Continue reading
The fatal accident along the Morne Coco Road is now engaging the attention of police. The tragedy claimed the life of 29-year-old Candi-Ann Boisson.
There is an insistence from critics of Watson Duke that he steps down as President of the Public Services Association, now that he has been charged with criminal offenses.
Rat infestation at the Wrightson Road headquarters of the Trinidad and Tobago Fire Service.