Monthly Archives: August 2019
Jamaican government to spend J$130 million on eliminating Aedes Aegyti breeding sites
The Jamaica government says it will spend an estimated J$130 million as it moves to eliminate the breeding sites of the Aedes Aegypti mosquitoes. The mosquitoes are responsible for the spread of dengue fever. Health and Wellness Minister, … Continue reading
A threat of legal action against MP Dr. Roodal Moonilal
A threat of legal action against opposition MP, Dr Roodal Moonilal over statements made about the Prime Minister’s official residence in Tobago.
TTPS: Increase in road fatalities worrying
The Trinidad and Tobago Police Service is lamenting the number of road fatalities to date, noting that the increase is worrying.
Pastor shot and killed in Mexico
A Pastor in Mexico was shot and killed leaving his church situated in the town of Tlalixtac De Cabrera.
T&T raises the bar with Carifesta 14
Trinidad and Tobago is said to have raised the bar when it comes to Carifesta 14.
Passenger on a cruise ship dies after Jet Ski accident in Bermuda
A 68-year-old female cruise ship visitor from the United States has died in Bermuda waters after she fell off the back of a Jet Ski.
Barbados braces for storm
Barbados could grind to a halt today because of the storm.
Several Caribbean islands on tropical storm alert
Several Caribbean islands are now bracing for Tropical Storm Dorian.
Bullet riddled body found along Foreshore
The body of a man is discovered in off the Audrey Jeffers highway.
Market vendor killed during robbery at Debe home
There are reports of a murder in Penal.
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