Monthly Archives: March 2018
Fire officials estimate damage at 5 million dollars following a blaze on Mucurapo Road, St. James.
The man accused of killing four people in La Brea is expected to appear in court today.
Police are continuing their probe into the alleged abduction and attempted rape of a teenage boy in central Trinidad.
The relatives of the woman fatally stabbed by her ex lover, say she was constantly running and hiding from him.
The identity of a Venezuelan national shot and killed during a reported confrontation with police in Diego Martin has not yet been released.
Assurance from Pathologist Dr. Hubert Daisley that autopsies will resume in Tobago…maintains that he still needs to be paid
An assurance from Pathologist Dr. Hubert Daisley that autopsies will resume at the scarborough mortuary but he maintains he needs to be paid owed monies. Only 24 hours before Dr. Daisley complained about salary issues and vented his frustration … Continue reading
Zimbabwe’s new president is commuting death sentences for some prisoners and releasing thousands of people from prison, including most women and everyone under age 18.
A woman is one of two persons killed in separate incidents.
The people of Antigua Barbuda are going to the polls today.
The backlog of autopsies at the Scarborough Mortuary, were only yesterday being cleared, as Pathologist Dr. Hubert Daisley arrived on the scene, but not on happy terms.