Monthly Archives: February 2018
Human rights campaigner in the United Kingdom, Peter Tatchell is supporting Mr. Johnson’s bid to get asylum.
There are 22 cases of Hand, Foot and Mouth Disease in Trinidad and Tobago so far this year.
Rodney Gopaul is shot and killed in Morvant.
The rise in crime and violence in this country has been raised at the 29th Inter-Sessional Meeting of the Caricom Heads of Government in Haiti.
Storm system caused flooding, hail and high winds in central and southern US…at least 5 people killed
At least five people have been killed as a strong storm system caused flooding, hail and high winds in central and southern US States over the weekend.
The Commissioner of Prisons says a new unit has been put together to deal with high risk prisoners.
The National Union of Government and Federated Workers and the Public Services Association fear that hundreds of jobs would be lost at the Water And Sewerage Authority if government moves forward with proposed plans to restructure the utility.
This country’s fall on the Global Corruption Index for 2017 is being attributed to government’s zero tolerance approach to corruption.
Not accurate…Tobago business owners respond to Chief Secretary’s claims they didn’t want to be part of solution to sea bridge problems
Not accurate…that’s the response from Tobago businesses to the Chief Secretary’s claims that they did not want to be part of the solution to the seabridge problems.
Police are continuing their investigations into a fatal road accident which claimed the life of David Charles of Wallerfield.