Monthly Archives: June 2016
The Law Association of Trinidad and Tobago is not pleased with plans to extend the lives of the Bail Amendment Acts and the Anti-Gang Act 2011, which is now before the Parliament. In a release yesterday president of the … Continue reading
A shooting in central Trinidad, leaves one man dead and two others fighting for their lives at hospital.
Barbados police say they are taking “seriously” threats of possible violence during the annual Crop Over celebrations this year.
Venezuelans queued to get fingerprinted in a crucial phase of efforts to force president Nicolas Maduro from power, after food shortages sparked deadly protests and looting.
Finance Secretary Joel Jack will today deliver the Budget for Tobago.
The Police Social and Welfare Association says the issue with the Prime Minister’s security detail is fixed.
Members of Saint Lucia’s Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Trans-gender community are speaking out on the mass shooting at a gay nightclub in Orlando, Florida, which left 49 people dead.
Presumptive Republican Presidential Nominee Donald Trump is restating his plan to stop Muslims from entering the United States, following the mass killing in Orlando Florida.
A 20-year-old man is shot dead in Arima. Akil Adams was gunned down in Malabar at around 7.40 pm yesterday.
Government Senator Hafeez Ali is reported to have resigned in the midst of a brewing sex tape controversy.