The row between T&T and Jamaica has heightened as Jamaicans have launched a Facebook campaign calling for citizens to boycott goods
After more than a decade of pressure from fishing groups the announcement by Minister of Food Production, Devant Maharaj, of a Cabinet committee to examine the impact o
Children, listen to your parents, they know what is best and do not go the wrong way. That was th
An unemployed woman who came to court with her three-week-old baby yesterday has been sent for drug rehabilitation classes.
Elections officer for the Public Service Association (PSA) Versil Wright said yesterday’s election for the new executive of the union ha
The Miss World T&T Organisation has stripped its reigning representative Sherrece Villafana of her title. In a release yesterday, head of the organisation, Athaliah
The State was yesterday forced to drop a major drug trafficking case after its main witness, a police officer, was found to have concoct
Works and Infrastructure minister Dr Surujrattan Rambachan says he has asked for state protection for contractors and workers working on projects in high-risk areas. Th
I am disgusted at the level of service my wife and I received at a burger restaurant in the South after 9 pm on November 21.
In light of the recent reports questioning the Environmental Management Authority’s (EMA) role in issuing Certificates of Environmental Clearance (CECs), chairman Dr Al
Obesity continues to be the most frightening scourge of the Western hemisphere, which can be best described as a pandemic or a tsunami o
The National Lotteries Control Board (NLCB) Lotto Plus Chutney Soca Monarch Competition’s ability to generate more than $20 million wort
Chaguanas has a retail industry which can rival any other town in T&T and the wider Caribbean region. This is the boast of newly-elected mayor of the central borough, Alderman Gopaul Bo
One of the teams contesting the Public Services Association (PSA) election, PSA Defenders, is calling for an investigation into irregula
In light of an audit report which implicates the former People’s National Movement (PNM) administration in corruption over a scholarship
Prison reform has long been on the agenda of successive governments.
State attorneys will have to wait another two weeks to present their submissions on an application to have Justice James Aboud recuse hi
Legal Affairs Minister Prakash Ramadhar says the Integrity Commission is seemingly becoming political. Ramadhar, who is also the leader of the Congress of the People, a
National Security Minister Gary Griffith says the high visibility of soldiers accompanying police on joint patrols over the past few yea
George Singh, CEO at Southex Promotions, producer of the NLCB Lotto Plus Chutney Soca Monarch, says despite its glamour, glory and glitz