Monthly Archives: July 2016
An autopsy is expected to be performed today on alleged drowning victim Satro-Han Bunsee.
A pensioner is fatally stabbed at his debe home.
Finance Minister Colm Imbert again says the GATE funding at all non-accredited institutions will be cut.
A 41-year-old Filipino crew member who died during a safety training drill has been named as Diogenes Carpio. He was one of four workers aboard the Norwegian Cruise Line’s Norwegian Breakaway who plunged into the sea at King’s Wharf in … Continue reading
Prime Minister Dr. Keith Rowley says CAL could become the national carrier for other countries in the region
Caribbean Airlines could become the national carrier for other countries in the region.
Prime Minister Dr. Keith Rowley believes a DNA lab would assist in the fight against crime.
Police are probing the circumstances surrounding the murder of Curt Levro.
Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley tries to put to rest any chance of a boycott of Trinidad and Tobago products in Jamaica.
Turkey has now fired or suspended about 50,000 people after a failed coup over the weekend as it intensifies its vast purge — battering the country’s security forces and many of its democratic institutions.
The family of former Prime Minister, Patrick Manning is saying no to recommendations that he receive the order of the republic of Trinidad and Tobago.