Monthly Archives: February 2019
Police are warning drivers to watch their speed and their levels of fatigue during Carnival celebrations.
Deputy Head of News, Sterling Henderson has held on to his Stand Up Tent title.
Fishermen are saying the cost of gasoline for their vessels is way too much and this could lead to a shortage of fish for the upcoming Lenten season.
Three Chinese men suspected of child prostitution in Trinidad and Tobago have been freed.
The relatives of Shamima Begum, who joined the Islamic State group in Syria at the age of 15, say they plan to challenge the move to strip her of her U.K citizenship.
Ronaldo London is the new Young King.
32-year-old Malone Hughes says since he appeared on a platform of the United National Congress, he has been targeted and victimised by the police.
A Standard 4 pupil of the Mayaro Government Primary School allegedly assaults a teacher.
A doubles vendor is shot dead in central Trinidad.
A U.S woman who ran away from home at the age of 20 to live as part of ISIS caliphate says she deeply regrets her decision, and is now pleading with U.S authorities to allow her to return home.