Monthly Archives: July 2018
A New York Times article describing Guyana as a vast watery wilderness has upset many
An article in the New York Times has described Guyana as a vast watery wilderness with only three paved highways.
Former Head of PSC says it’s a pity all MPs didn’t support Gary Griffith’s nomination
Former Head of the Police Service Commission, Professor Ramesh Deosaran said it’s a pity all MPs were not on the same page in supporting Mr. Griffith’s nomination.
Gary Griffith selected as this country’s next CoP
From captain, to advisor to Minister….Gary Griffith is now selected as the country’s next Commissioner of Police.
Gay Pride March organisers say it was a success
Organisers of Trinidad and Tobago’s first Gay Pride March say it was a success.
Come 2019 polystyrene products such as Styrofoam would be illegal in T&T
Plans by the government to ban the use of Styrofoam are being applauded by one sector stakeholder.
Members of Parliament to debate today on Gary Griffith for Police Commissioner post
Members of Parliament will today debate yet another nominee for the post of Police Commissioner.
Missing taxi driver found dead
A missing maxi taxi driver from south has been found dead.
Trump and Pence threaten Turkey if it fails to release jailed Pastor
US President Donald Trump and Vice-President Mike Pence have threatened Turkey with sanctions if it fails to release jailed Pastor Andrew Brunson.
Maracas Beach vendors receive keys to their new booths
The famous Richards Bake and Shark is among eight vendors presented with the keys to their new booths at the Maracas Beach Facility.
Firearm discovered in Valencia
A firearm is discovered during an anti-crime exercise in Valencia.
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