Monthly Archives: December 2018
Increasing concerns about the impact of sexual assault claims by guests of Sandals Resorts.
Meanwhile the National Security Minister is linking recent kidnappings to the drug trade.
Sheldon Sukhdeo’s kidnappers are demanding a 2 million dollar ransom for his safe return.
The Water And Sewerage Authority announces yet another delay in the restoration of water supply to its customers in the north.
US Defense Secretary James Mattis announces his resignation becoming the latest string of senior US officials to do so.
This country and Barbados are exploring the possibility of establishing a “potential partnership” on energy related matters including joint petroleum exploration.
Five detainees escape from the Immigration Detention Centre in Arima.
Sailing on the Galleon’s Passage has been rescheduled.
Rohan Sinanan confirms all in place for today’s inaugural flight of Sunwing Airlines from Toronto to Tobago
The Works and Transport Minister confirms all is in place for today’s inaugural flight of Sunwing Airlines from Toronto to Tobago.
La Brea based Trinidad Offshore Fabricators Company Limited (TOFCO) has been awarded a contract to build the jacket for BPTT’s latest offshore development, Cassia C.