Monthly Archives: April 2017
The father and daughter found murdered at their Mamoral Village, Chaguanas home this morning, are identified.
PSC called upon to explain the reappointment of Selwyn Lashley to the post of Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of Energy
The Public Service Commission is called upon to explain its decision to reappoint Selwyn Lashley to the post of Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of Energy.
A fracas at the Port of Spain Magistrate’s court after some prisoners charged with murder were told their matters could not be heard.
Petrotrin says clean up operations in the Gulf of Paria are on going.
Police have identified the man found with gunshot wounds to the head inside a car at Tarodale Hills, San Fernando.
Calypso Rose has been touring extensively in France since her 12 track album “Far From Home” dropped.
Gunfire temporarily slowed down the tempo on Carnival Sunday as the after-party at Heineken Rio was halted for about a half-hour.
A claim that there is now a black-market for water in Trinidad and Tobago.
There is confirmation now that 5 people have sought treatment at Augustus Long hospital, in Pointe-a-Pierre, for nausea arising from the oil spill.
Corned beef is returned to the shelves of groceries across the country.