Monthly Archives: May 2018
The Water And Sewerage Authority says it is cracking down on persons who illegally connect to its pipeline network, as well as persons illegally abstracting water from fire hydrants for resale.
A New York couple has won their legal battle to evict their 30-year-old son from home after he refused to leave.
A fire has claimed the life of Imran Ameerali.
A man and a woman are killed in south Trinidad. The man has been identified as Zainool Mohammed. He was 53-years-old. Newscentre 5 understands shortly after 11 o’clock last night relatives of the man reported hearing explosions … Continue reading
Opposition Leader Kamla Persad Bissessar believes the use of soldiers can bolster the fight against crime.
OJT trainee who was told to remove her hijab at Lakshmi Girls Hindu School says her rights are being infringed by the school
On the Job Teacher Trainee Nafeisa Nahkid says her rights are being infringed by the school she was assigned to.
President Donald Trump welcomed first lady Melania Trump home from the hospital Saturday, but initially misspelled her name as “Melanie” in a tweet.
The Opposition Leader in Barbados, takes the Prime Minister to task for vowing to pull the country out of the Appelate Jurisdiction of the Caribbean Court of Justice.
The daughter of former Prime Minister Basdeo Panday is getting ready to launch a new political party.
A 4.3 magnitude earthquake rattles the country.