Monthly Archives: May 2018
A 23-year-old outpatient of the St. Ann’s Hospital has appeared in court charged with the murder of her 88-year-old grandmother.
A big mistake leads to the adjournment of the DUI matter, involving Justice Kevin Ramcharan.
Bail is denied to a 22-year-old man apprehended during a reported gun attack on a woman in Arima.
The Attorney General is promising more legislation to deal with corruption in Trinidad and Tobago.
Effective today…the Anti-Gang Legislation is law.
Call for boycott of Indian Arrival Day celebrations hosted by the Maha Sabha not getting support from Opposition Leader
A call for a boycott of Indian Arrival Day celebrations hosted by the Maha Sabha is not getting the support of Opposition Leader, Kamla Persad Bissessar.
A 12-year-old boy is shot and wounded during an incident at his Balandra home.
A High Court judge is to appear in court as an accused today.
Trinidad Cement Limited says subdued economic activity is responsible for the 2017 decline in group earnings.
20 million dollars worth of cocaine is discovered on a boat in Port of Spain waters.