Monthly Archives: January 2018
Construction on the Inter-Island Port in Toco is to start next year, but government says it will take four years to complete.
National scholarship winners are being told they will receive their dues by month’s end.
Members of the public who were unable to secure an invitation for the funeral service for former president Professor George Maxwell Richards would still have an opportunity to be part of the event.
Soca Monarch 2018 would be dedicated to Devon Matthews.
An overnight murder in Malabar, Arima is engaging the attention of the police.
The body of former President Professor George Maxwell Richards will lie in state for a second day today, this time at the National Academy for the Performing Arts (NAPA) from 10 am to 5 pm.
Caribbean Airlines says between January 2nd and 10th this year it provided 349 flights on the domestic air bridge, representing a total of 25,710 seats.
Imani Blackett is this country’s thirtieth murder statistic for 2018.
Aaron St Louis also known as “Voice”, has signed up for the Calypso Monarch and Road March competitions.
PwC’s Indian unit has been banned from auditing listed companies for two years, over one of the country’s biggest corporate scandals.