Monthly Archives: June 2018
The arrival of the Galleon’s Passage is now set for July 16th.
A cargo port, new and improved health centers and a special school are just some of the plans for Tobago and the island’s executive believes just over 4 billion dollars should cover.
More than 400 police officers are now under investigation for misconduct.
25 Women who are said to be from Venezuela, Dom Rep, Guyana, Grenada and Jamaica arrested at Rich Gold
25 foreign women have been charged with lewd and suggestive dancing.
Tobago’s Finance Secretary Joel Jack will deliver the Budget in the House of Assembly today.
All nominees for the July 16th By-Elections in Barataria and Belmont East must have their papers in order today.
Trinidad and Tobago’s financial conditions are being called favorable by the Central Bank.
One man is dead following a shooting incident in the Laventille area.
Three opposition senators are thrown out of the House, during a heated confrontation involving the Vice President, Nigel De Frietas.
The MP who posed the question to Minister Imbert in the parliament yesterday describes this latest development as a fiasco.