Monthly Archives: October 2017
Homicide officers are yet to determine a motive for the murder of a man in Belmont Valley Road.
Environmental group, Fishermen and Friends Of the Sea says the oil spill in Chaguaramas is yet to be cleaned up.
Claims of majority foreign ownership within the gaming sector are denied by the Trinidad and Tobago Members Clubs Association.
Opposition Senator Gerald Ramdeen is not saying much about an investigation into claims of alleged wire tapping at his office.
The Maxi Taxi Association says increased fares will be introduced within weeks.
Tourism Minister Shamfa Cudjoe says Trinidad and Tobago will be picking up the slack in the region when it comes to cruise ship arrivals.
Police are probing the murder of 57-year-old Kamal Ali.
Ryan Mason is shot dead while driving his car near the Lighthouse in Sealots. That incident occurred at around 1:30 yesterday morning.
Education Minister Anthony Garcia says from all reports changes to the GATE program are working well. This he says despite what critics may say.
A Chinese national known as only as Lee is gunned down during a robbery in San Fernando. According to reports Mr. Lee was shot dead on Saturday night. Police say, Mr. Lee was operating roulette machines at Rhythmasters … Continue reading