Monthly Archives: February 2019
A High Court Judge has threatened to jail Trinidad and Tobago’s Police Commissioner Gary Griffith for Contempt of Court if he fails to carry out a High Court order issued last October within 14 days.
The head of the Prison Officers Association says a plan by government to address deficiencies in the Prison Service Act is a step in the right direction.
The prison service gets 250 stab proof vests.
One finalist in this year’s Calypso Monarch competition is telling the Ministry of Health, more needs to be done to treat with mental health issue.
Police are seeking public assistance in finding the whereabouts of school girl Briana Web.
A woman is killed in a vehicular accident near the Piarco intersection.
Two boys, Adiel Cyrus and Darold Clarke are said to be hospitalised and still traumatised by the incident which saw them stuck in an oil recovery pit in Point Fortin.
Trinidad and Tobago’s National Security Minister, Stuart Young says he gave the Police Commissioner, the go-ahead to wear specialised camouflage uniforms.
At least 50 per cent of Primary and Secondary school children are overweight and are at risk of becoming diabetics.
The father of 3-year-old child Prince Francette was not allowed to say his final farewell, after he was blocked from attending the funeral.