Monthly Archives: April 2019
A military uprising in Venezuela.
The Trinidad And Tobago Unified Teachers Association says the fatal shooting of 14-year-old Luke Williams, is a reflection of the state of the nation. Second Vice President Kyrla Robertson Thomas is calling for all hands to be on deck in … Continue reading
Some choice expletives on stage almost got R&B singer songwriter Jacquees into some trouble during the just concluded Tobago Jazz Experience.
A murderous Easter holiday weekend.
The Opposition Leader is claiming there are corrupt officials at the Elections and Boundaries Commission.
One Pundit says racial tensions in Trinidad and Tobago are very real.
The United National Congress has issued a statement condemning what it sees as hate speech.
Mischief…that’s how National Security Minister Stuart Young describes a social media circulation showing a national I.D. card bearing a Spanish name. Nonetheless, the Minister says persons found with fake documents will be prosecuted. The Minister says there are … Continue reading
The Barbados government set to pass its second International Monetary Fund. This from the IMF Deputy Division of the Caribbean Chief, Bert Van Selm. Speaking with reporters yesterday Mr. Van Selm said he is satisfied with the island … Continue reading
A bloody weekend as police investigates a number of fatal shootings.