Calypsonian Weston Rawlins, better known as Cro Cro, has been suspended from the State-run Community-Based Environmental Protection and Enhancement Programme (Cepep) after an obscene outburst while driving a company vehicle.
Rawlins served as the Cepep Southern Regional Coordinator and was suspended with immediate effect earlier today after a video was shared on social media of Rawlins driving a Cepep pick-up and cursing another driver.
A street in San Fernando will soon be renamed after steelpan arranger and extraordinaire pannist Ken “Professor” Philmore, three months after he died in an accident in south Trinidad.
This was revealed by San Fernando mayor Junia Regrello during the corporation’s monthly statutory meeting held at City Hall yesterday.
Regrello said other street names will be changed to honour the legends of the city.
Media reports indicate that Jamaican reggae star Buju Banton is now a free man after serving 8 years in prison in the US.
The Jamaica Gleaner is reporting that the singer real name Mark Myrie was let out earlier today from the correctional institution.
The United States embassy in Kingston is tight-lipped about when the reggae superstar Buju Banton will be returned to the country.
The 45-year-old was arrested in December 2009, months after he was met by a convicted drug trafficker on a flight from Spain who sought to set up a cocaine deal for him.