Embedded thumbnail for PTSC shake up

Two deputy general managers are casualties of a shake-up at state-owned PTSC.

The men were sent home last evening although their contracts were due to expire in January.

Embedded thumbnail for Plastikeep evicted with thousands owed in rent

It's been a difficult year for recycling NGO Plastikeep.

That's according to its founder Rosanna Farmer who said she lost her entire staff and has not been able to pay the utilities for...

Embedded thumbnail for Shamfa Cudjoe queries $59,000 TSTT bill

Tourism minister Shamfa Cudjoe is defending a $59 thousand dollar TSTT phone bill which she racked up while in the Bahamas.

Reporter Kristy Ramnarine obtained a copy of that bill which...

Embedded thumbnail for Rape suspects insult and spit at media

Three men have been charged with the gang rape of a 26-year-old woman on Saturday.

The men, Brandon Basdeo and cousins Shiraz and Sadiq Mohammed appeared before San Fernando Magistrate...

Embedded thumbnail for Rayad still in custody, what the law says

Following the detention of a man who is linked with a Facebook post that suggested someone harm the prime minister's wife and daughter, several people were up in arms over what they deemed an...

There was a moment of tension today when the education facilities company limited appeared before a joint select committee of parliament.

And it had to do with the non-attendance of the...

Embedded thumbnail for Ready, Set, Fete: Machel Monday

Machel Monday takes the spotlight in this edition of Ready, Set fete.

The soca superstar delivered an entertaining performance to the delight of thousands of fans, many of whom have made...

Embedded thumbnail for Businessman makes 5000-tonne barge available for Dominica-relief deliveries

A 5000-tonne barge is being offered to groups, churches and NGO’s to send relief items to Dominica.

The barge is currently in St Lucia and is expected to return to T&T next week for its...

Embedded thumbnail for Two judges resign from JLSC

Questions as to whether the country has a Judicial and Legal Service Commission after the resignations of retired judges Roger Hamel-Smith and Justice Humphrey Stollmeyer.

And whether or...

Embedded thumbnail for OWTU: T&TEC has less workers but more customers

Ever had to wait a long time for t&tec to repair a light pole or set up a connection at your home?

Well, the OWTU is blaming the management for that.

The union says T&TEC now...

Embedded thumbnail for Anand Ramlogan arrested

Former attorney general Anand Ramlogan may go down as the country's first a-g to be charged with misbehaviour in public office and perverting the course of justice.

Embedded thumbnail for Red sand shortage

A war of words over the availability of red sand as Agriculture Minister Clarence Rambharat is questioning the legitimacy of licenses awarded under former minister Dr. Roodal Moonilal.