Monthly Archives: August 2019
A Catholic Priest in Pennsylvania has been arrested for stealing nearly $100,000 from his church and spending it on a beach house, travel, dining and men with whom he maintained sexual relationships.
A 20-year-old man is committed to stand trial for last year’s murder of his girlfriend’s ex-boyfriend.
The search is now on for a missing 84-year-old woman with Alzheimer’s.
There are reports of a fire at a Chinese restaurant in Carenage.
Meanwhile the National Primary Schools Principals Association says while it welcomes the timetable initiative, it is not new. President Lance Mottley says it is not without its challenges. Mr. Mottley says it can create frustration for teachers when … Continue reading
There is a call today more attention to be paid to the timetable system in both primary and secondary schools.
PCA begin probe into fatal shooting of Rochyon King Ashterman and his girlfriend Kristan Kerri Serries
The Police Complaints Authority is beginning a probe into the fatal shooting of 19-year-old Rochyon King Ashterman and his girlfriend Kristan Kerri Serries.
Marlene McDonald’s companion Michael Carew and another man charged alongside the couple for corruption and money laundering, are yet to access bail.
The Public Utilities Minister cites revenue collection as one of the major challenges at the Water And Sewerage Authority.
The Trinidad and Tobago Unified Teachers Association says a new security initiative to protect teaching institutions by police is a step in the right direction.