Monthly Archives: November 2017
NFM head warns of increased flour prices if cost of wheat continues to rise
The global rise in the cost of wheat is threatening local flour prices.
Bank of England warns of Bitcoin bubble risks
Investors should be aware of the risks from the rapid rise in the price of digital currency Bitcoin, a Bank of England deputy governor has warned.
North Korea says new missile can re-enter atmosphere
North Korea has said the missile it tested overnight held a warhead capable of re-entering the earth’s atmosphere.
Trudeau apologises for Canada’s discrimination against LGBT community
Canada’s Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has apologised for historical injustices against the LGBT community.
Murder outside Caura Hospital
Matthew Aaron Luke is gunned down outside the Caura Hospital, in El Dorado.
Prisons Commissioner; dont blame us, blame police for Vicky’s disappearance
The Prison Service is pointing fingers at the police as investigations continue into the disappearance of business woman Vicky Boodram.
Police searching for Himilton Small who escaped while taken to Arima Court
Police are now searching for Himilton Small who escaped legal custody while being taken to the Arima Magistrates Court.
2 lawyers charged with possession of marijuana for the purpose of trafficking
Two lawyers have been charged with the possession of marijuana for the purpose of trafficking.
Senator calls for investigation into “roti” police
One Opposition Senator is calling for an investigation into what he describes as “roti” police stationed at a business place on the Solomon Hochoy Highway.
Vicky Boodram’s escape now engaging attention of Police Service’s Professional Standards Bureau
The escape of jailed business woman Vicky Boodram is now engaging the attention of the Police Service’s Professional Standards Bureau.
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