Monthly Archives: September 2018
There will be a ban on plastic and styrofoam items in Jamaica starting January next year.
A Guyanese national has been gunned down in Trinidad and Tobago.
Two elderly siblings have been found chopped to death at their Morvant home.
The Oilfield Workers Trade Union says more workers of the Petrotrin Oil Refinery are to be affected by its closure, than is being claimed by the State.
Fighting words from Chief Justice Ivor Archie, as he vows to continue executing duties, inspite of the troubles which have plagued him over the past several months.
Venezuela’s President has caused outrage after video of him and his wife eating at upscale restaurant (VIDEO)
Video of Venezuela’s President Nicolás Maduro eating in an upscale steak restaurant in Turkey has caused outrage in crisis-hit Venezuela.
The coalition advocating for inclusion and sexual orientation is calling on government to provide housing for members of the LGBT community in Trinidad and Tobago. President Collin Robinson was responding to a recently conducted survey on same sex relations. … Continue reading
Airports Authority’s decision to suspend 5 security officers not sitting well with Estate Police Association
The Airports Authority is being told its decision to suspend five of its security officers are not being viewed kindly by the Estate Police Association.
OWTU not surprised by announcement that over 3,000 Petrotrin workers face termination…far more than initially announced
The Oilfield Workers Trade Union says it is not surprised by the announcement that over 3000 Petrotrin workers facing termination.
The “Oreo” comment by the Opposition Leader is condemned by the Hindu Women’s Organisation.