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President elect Christine Kangaloo urges the population to give her a chance

One week after she is elected President of the Republic Christine Kangaloo calls on the country to give her a chance. Her appointment has...

January 27th, 2023

Tobago Tourism Agency Ltd. bailout Tobago hotels

A 2 million dollar bailout for Tobago hotels by the Tobago Tourism Agency Ltd.  Word of this has come from Chief Secretary Farley Augustine. ...

January 27th, 2023

Body found in mud volcano

The decomposed body of a man is discovered in a mud volcano in Cedros. According to police reports, the corpse was found yesterday afternoon....

January 27th, 2023

Local News

President elect Christine Kangaloo urges the population to give her a chance

One week after she is elected President of the Republic Christine Kangaloo calls on the country to give her a chance. Her appointment has...

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Regional News

There are now 7 cases of Monkey Pox in Jamaica

There are now 7 cases of the Monkey Pox virus in Jamaica. Two more people tested positive last week....

September 5th, 2022

Monkey Pox patient in Guyana stable but still hospitalised

The Monkey Pox patient in Guyana is said to be stable and still hospitalised. Almost 2 weeks ago the...

August 29th, 2022

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Business News

Trade Minister tells consumers the power is in your hands

Consumers are today being reminded that they have the power in their hands. This as Trade and Industry Minister...

January 18th, 2023

Scrap iron dealers plan mass demonstration after scrap iron ban implemented

The Scrap Iron Dealers Association is planning a mass demonstration from south Trinidad to Port of Spain. It is...

August 18th, 2022

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International News

U.S. Border Patrol confirms a recent migrant landing in the Florida Keys

U.S. border patrol agents confirmed a recent migrant landing in the Florida Keys. It happened Saturday at Smathers Beach in Key West. Agents confirmed a total of 33 Cuban...

October 17th, 2022

Mercedes-Benz recalls almost 1 million cars over faulty brakes

German carmaker Mercedes-Benz is recalling almost 1million older vehicles from around the world because of potential problems with their braking system. Over the weekend, the company said it would...

June 6th, 2022

El Salvador’s parliament approves SOE after 62 murders in a 24 hr period

El Salvador’s Parliament has approved a State Of Emergency after the Central American country recorded dozens of gang-related murders in a single day. Police said there had been 62...

March 28th, 2022

House full of unsupervised children given sleeping pills by another child in Virginia

A house full of unsupervised children in Virginia were given sleeping pills by another child, causing them to be hospitalised. WTVR-TV reports that Hopewell Police were called to a...

March 24th, 2022

St. Lucia’s Cannabis Bill said to be one that the rest of the world will envy

Former Chairman of the Cannabis Movement in St. Lucia, Andre De Caires is optimistic that the final Cannabis Bill will be one that the rest of the world will...

March 21st, 2022

American journalist killed by Russian forces

An American journalist has been killed and another wounded by Russian forces as they were traveling to film refugees in the town of Irpin, outside the capital. According to...

March 14th, 2022

2 officers shot and killed at traffic stop in Germany

Two police officers have been shot dead in western Germany during a routine traffic stop. At 3:20 GMT the officers stopped a vehicle in the Kusel district in Rhineland-Palatinate,...

January 31st, 2022

UN slams atrocities committed in Tigray conflict

The United Nations has condemned atrocities uncovered in a joint investigation into the conflict in Ethiopia’s northern Tigray region on Wednesday; a day after the country’s government announced a nationwide...

November 3rd, 2021

Barbados tells industrialised nations, it is time to do better

Tough talk from Barbados’ Prime Minister Mia Mottley. She tells the Climate Change Summit in Glasgow Scotland the people of Small Island developing States do not want a death...

November 2nd, 2021

China tightens COVID-19 restrictions to increase chances of quarantine-free travel

China will tighten COVID-19 restrictions to increase chances of quarantine-free travel. It will step up contact tracing and tighten quarantine rules to exempt only emergency workers or those in...

October 28th, 2021