Monthly Archives: April 2017
State owned Oil Company; Petrotrin’s says the spill at its Pointe-a-Pierre refinery has been largely contained.
Jamaica Carnival is said to have attracted more people than Reggae Sumfest, Sting, Rebel Salute and St. Mary Mi Come From, combined.
R&B singer D’angelo bows out of the 2017 Tobago Jazz Experience.
Some residents in St Thomas are facing severe after-effects of the heavy rains over the weekend.
Police are seeking public assistance in identifying the body of a man found in Chaguanas.
The Education Minister describes as a ‘storm in a tea cup’ his now controversial naming of the new Chancellor of the University of the West Indies.
Arkansas will become the first US state in 17 years to hold two executions on the same day, if two inmates are put to death as planned on Monday evening.
An Arima couple is killed in a vehicular accident on Churchill-Roosevelt Highway in Mausica.
Petrotrin confirms an oil leak at its Point-A-Pierre refinery.
Soca entertainer Benjai has sent a letter to the Police Commissioner in Guyana seeking an update on the investigation into the circumstances surrounding his injuries outside a nightclub in Georgetown.