Monthly Archives: April 2018
Officials at SWRHA are outraged after pictures of mother allegedly chopped by son appears on social media
Officials at the South West Regional Health Authority are outraged after pictures of the mother allegedly chopped and wounded by her 15-year-old son, appeared on social media.
Farmers call on the Prime Minister to reconsider housing construction at St. Augustine Nurseries in Curepe.
The government denies claims of unfair treatment to foreign used car dealers.
The southern Indian state of Andhra Pradesh recorded 36,749 lightning strikes in just a 13-hour period on Tuesday.
Three Tobago fishermen remain missing at sea.
A Mexican rapper has confessed to disposing of the bodies of three missing film students by dissolving them in acid.
Claims that Nicaraguan police beat and tortured persons protesting changes to social security system
Nicaraguan police have released dozens of students and lecturers arrested in protests triggered by planned changes to the social security system.
Finance Minister Colm Imbert signs the first tranche of a policy-based loan agreement in the sum of US$180 million.
Works and Transport Minister, Rohan Sinanan says he is looking forward to contributing to the debate on a motion of no confidence, when it is brought against him.
Sixty thousand dollars bail for a 63-year-old man charged with sexually penetrating a 10-year-old girl. Taradath Maharaj appeared before First Court Magistrate Joanne Connor yesterday. It is alleged that on Friday, the girl who lives near Mr. Maharaj … Continue reading