Monthly Archives: August 2016
The Minister of Education is reprimanding denominational school boards for not ensuring their schools are ready for re-opening.
President of the Public Services Association, Watson Duke is rushed to hospital.
The body of a man is found floating in waters behind Movie-Towne Port of Spain.
A soldier fires shots at two bandits who robbed him while in traffick on Piccadilly Street in Port of Spain.
Prime Minister Dr. Keith Rowley is ready and willing to meet with Opposition Leader Kamla Persad Bissessar on the issue of crime.
Haiti’s interim President says the long-delayed elections must take place on October 9th as scheduled.
Fisherfolk whose livelihood has been affected by the recent fish kill and a drop in sales, are being given some help by the government.
Well-known artist, painter, author and musical composer Valerie Belgrave is dead.
Massive layoffs are expected after a decision by the CEPEP company to remove contractors who have spent more than three years in the programme.
President Anthony Carmona is being told to remove those who sit on the Elections and Boundaries Commission.