Monthly Archives: December 2016
Election day is announced in Tobago.
A man reportedly dressed as a woman is shot dead during an exchange of gunfire with police.
Fire officers at the Point Fortin Fire Station are threatening to take further action if their health and safety issues are not addressed soon.
Police are continuing their investigations into the decomposing body of Maraj Sinath, which was found in Couva.
There are again warnings of more earthquakes to come in the future.
Two teenagers face charges of aggravated arson in connection with a deadly Tennessee wildfire that claimed the lives of 14 people and injured 175.
There are now 83 potential suspects and 98 teams involved in the inquiry into historic child sexual abuse in English football.
A shooting in Laventille leaves one dead and two others wounded.
Prison Comissioner defends decision to allow an inmate to leave the jail to do a personal bank transaction
The Prison Commissioner Sterling Stewart is standing by his decision to allow a prisoner accused of murder to conduct financial transactions at a bank.
The Downtown Owners and Merchants Association wants the new Mayor of Port of Spain to put an end to wrecking, saying it is intefering with business.