Monthly Archives: August 2018
Trade unions are ganging up on the government following its announced decision to shut down the oil refinery at Petrotrin.
A mother and daughter are being questioned in connection with the murder of a Tobago man.
Federation of Independent Trade Unions and NGOs slam government after Petrotrin oil refinery shut down
The Federation of Independent Trade Unions and NGO’s slams government over its decision to shut down the oil refinery at Petrotrin.
Police Commissioner, Gary Griffith assures safety and security concerns of Prison Officers will be addressed. The association representing prison officers confirm this. Commissioner Griffith met with the acting Commissioner of Prisons, Dane Clarke, the Acting Deputy Director of … Continue reading
Prime Minister Dr. Keith Rowley and the President of Venezuela have signed on the dotted line, an agreement for the importation of cheap natural gas.
The Opposition St. Lucia Labour Party is ramping up the pressure on the government for it’s handling of the Health Sector.
The number of deaths from a new Ebola outbreak in the Democratic Republic of the Congo continues to rise.
Health Minister Terrence Deyalsingh suspends all elective surgeries at the Port of Spain General Hospital.
Police are called to Mon Plasir Road, Cunupia, and Las Lomas #2, where two men were found with gunshot wounds to the head.
Prime Minister, Dr. Keith Rowley, takes Conversations with the Prime Minister to Tobago.