Monthly Archives: August 2018
Recent data show young boys are being sexually abused by girls but the incidents are not being reported.
A 41-year-old man is expected to appear in court today after he was found carrying a Glock 19 pistol and 10,000 dollars worth of marijuana in a knapsack.
Prime Minister Dr. Keith Rowley leads a delegation to Venezuela for the signing of energy agreements.
The Minister of National Security is chastising President of the Public Services Association Watson Duke over what he says is his disruptive behaviour.
Minister of Works Rohan Sinanan says there is no severe structural damage to buildings in Trinidad and Tobago following the tremor.
At least 11 hikers have been killed and others are missing after flash flooding in southern Italy.
Minister of Planning and Development Camille Robinson-Regis says this year’s Carnival visitors spent a total of $318 million.
Two men are now on $950,000 bail each after they were allegedly found with a hand grenade, firearms, ammunition and marijuana.
Commissioner of Police Gary Griffith sets up a hotline for members of the public who wish to share information on crime or criminal elements with him.
An attorney for Chief Justice Ivor Archie maintains that while his client must have accountability he is not answerable to the Law Association of Trinidad and Tobago.