Monthly Archives: February 2018
Australia’s Deputy Prime Minister Barnaby Joyce is expected to resign today following weeks of controversy after he announced he was expecting a baby with a former staff member.
A 24-year-old La Brea man is charged with stealing a $50 pair of sandals from a female relative.
A prediction of deteriorating sea conditions from the Trinidad and Tobago Meteorological Service.
MP Marlene Mc Donald will approach Cabinet for measures to regulate Jouvert celebrations in the capital for Carnival 2019.
An autopsy will be performed today on the body of a man found buried under concrete rubble in Santa Flora.
A Vatican cleric leading investigations into sexual abuse has started hearing testimony from victims in Chile.
The Trinidad and Tobago Police Service says video footage proves officers were not involved the in the shooting of Akile Baisden.
Minister of Rural Development and Local Government describes situation in east Port of Spain as unfortunate
Minister of Rural Development and Local Government, Kazim Hosein describes the disorder following the situation in east Port of Spain as unfortunate and regrettable.
Police and army camps have reportedly been set up in east Port of Spain to maintain law and order in the capital city.
US President Donald Trump supports efforts to improve background checks on gun ownership.