Monthly Archives: July 2018
The Mayor of a major British city is mincing no words in expressing his feelings about U.S. President Donald Trump’s impending visit to the United Kingdom.
A five-month reprieve for motorists seeking to have their vehicles inspected.
Two police constables accused of stealing $21 from a teenager they arrested for marijuana possession are expected to appear in court this morning.
The search is on for the men who shot and killed fisherman Vickey Sankar.
A faux pas by the government forces it to debate in the parliament, the notification from the President of the Republic nominating Harold Phillips for the post of Commissioner of Police.
A man is shot dead in south Trinidad.
An apparent untruth from the Chief Executive Officer of YTEPP Nigel Forgenie.
Forensic tests on two bodies found in the Colombian jungle show that they are those of Oscar Villains and Katty Velasco.
A male student from the Gandhi Memorial Vedic School in Aranguez tops this year’s Secondary Entrance Assessment examination.
Police discover an illegal firearm in Moruga.