Monthly Archives: April 2018
Grenadians are said to be importing Africanised Killer Bees from Trinidad and Tobago.
T&T government talks with senior UN officials to correct misinformation regarding deportation of Venezuelan nationals
The Trinidad and Tobago government has held talks with senior United Nations officials in a bid to “correct what it calls the misinformation in the public domain’ regarding the deportation of nearly 100 Venezuelan nationals.
The United Nations is very concerned about the repatriation of 82 Venezuelan nationals.
The 15-year-old boy accused of brutally chopping his mother at their home remains in custody.
Minister of Education Anthony Garcia is against random drug testing at the nations schools.
Police continue investigations into the murder of a 20-year-old Chaguanas man.
The Trinidad Guardian Newspaper is apologising for a front page story of April 17th, about star sprinter Michelle Lee Ahyee.
Canadian government recalls families of it’s diplomatic staff in Cuba after unexplained brain symptoms
The Canadian government has recalled families of its diplomatic staff in the Cuban capital, Havana.
The National Security Minister Edmund Dillon says the three Cedros fishermen detained and released by Venezuelan authorities are free to return home when they wish.
Another ruling from the High Court leads to a call for the National Security Minister to resign.