Monthly Archives: May 2017
Prime Minister Dr. Keith Rowley is seeking help from the United Nations Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean (ECLAC) in the area of economic research.
The Transport Minister is rubbishing a post on social media Facebook with a caption saying MV La Caracola- potential T&T sea bridge cargo/passenger vessel, describing it as misleading and false.
The National Budget is to be presented by Finance Minister Colm Imbert later this year, but he is already predicting a deficit.
Unilever Caribbean Ltd, one of the largest consumer goods manufacturers in the English-speaking Caribbean, sees no sign of economic recovery in Trinidad and Tobago in the short term, according to a statement from the chairman.
The US economy grew at a faster pace than initially thought in the first three months of the year.
The Psychiatric Hospital in Barbados has been out of stock for a much used anti-anxiety drug Lorazepam for the last six months.
A team from the Narcotics Division has launched a multi-level probe following the seizure of cocaine-laden dolls at a shipment warehouse at the Norman Manley International Airport in Kingston.
US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said the US government took full responsibility for intelligence leaks from the investigation into Monday’s deadly terror attack in Manchester. This as he met with his UK counterpart Boris Johnsonon on Friday. Tillerson’s first … Continue reading
Gunmen have attacked a bus carrying Coptic Christians in central Egypt, killing at least 28 people and wounding 25 others.
A multi-million dollar cocaine find in the Gulf of Paria.