Monthly Archives: September 2019
CAL says all flights are on schedule
Caribbean Airlines says all flights are on schedule this morning after a number of cancellations yesterday due to tropical storm Karen.
All schools closed
All schools are closed today, to allow for cleanup operations following tropical storm Karen.
Government warns to stay away from Mud Volcano
Government warns persons to stay away from the Mud Volcano in Piparo.
Police probe 5 murders over the weekend
Police probe 5 murders on the weekend.
CEO of First Citizens Group has been appointed new President of BATT
Chief Executive Officer of the First Citizens Group Karen Darbasie has been appointed as the new President of the Bankers Association of T&T (BATT).
Jamaican man charged with murder of landlord
A 29-year-old Jamaican man is charged with the murder of a landlord.
Assurance from Finance Minister that CAL is not expected to pay for faulty airplanes
An assurance from Finance Minister Colm Imbert that Caribbean Airlines is under no obligation to pay for a dozen expected Max airplanes if they are found to be faulty.
Police arrest Diego Martin man for illegal firearm possession
Police in Diego Martin seize an illegal firearm.
Opposition Senator says he is not comfortable Witness Anonymity Order
Debate begins in the Upper House on the Evidence Amendment Bill 2019 with one opposition Senator saying he is not comfortable with the witness anonymity order.
‘Zesser’ drug causing major concerns
The growing use of a drug called ‘Zesser’ is causing major concerns.
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