Monthly Archives: January 2019
Promoters say the closure of gates at Carnival fetes is killing the business and there are at times no valid reasons for doing so.
A man is shot some 20 times in Tunapuna.
The relatives of 6 fishermen have until Friday to pay 200,000 US dollars for their release.
Caricom’s delegation to the United Nations on the troubles in Venezuela, has held final meetings.
Police are now probing the murder of Solon James.
The video showing school girls smoking what appears to be marijuana, is part of investigations by the Ministry of Education.
The body found inside a booth at the Queens Park Savannah is that of Matthew James.
Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley, along with some leaders of the region have held talks with United Nations Secretary General Antonio Guterres.
Caribbean Airlines says it is temporarily unable to ticket customers at ticket offices, the call centre or online because the Amadeus System, the online booking software used by airlines, is experiencing a global outage.
Police confirm the body found bound and gagged in Las Lomas is that of Sheldon Suhkdeo.