• Thu 30th Jun 2016Director of the Institute of International Relations, Dr Mark Kirton There is the view that fallout from Britain’s decision to leave the European Union will have negative backlash for the Caribbean. This assessment is coming from the Director of the Institute of International Relations, Dr Mark Kirton. He was speaking on the Facing the Issues Programme on Power 102.1fm Wednesday afternoon. Dr Kirton cited several challenges for the Caricom in areas such as trade, tourism and financial help. http://news.power [ Read More ]


  • Thu 23rd Jun 2016Acting Police Commissioner, Stephen Williams Acting Police commissioner, Stephen Williams says while the country has experienced a 6% drop in serious crimes as compared to last year, the Trinidad and Tobago police service remains inundated with homicides. http://news.power102fm.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/06/STEPHEN-WILLIAMS-1-23.mp3 He noted that firearms have contributed to 78% of homicides in this country, this year. http://news.power102fm.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/06/STEPHEN-WILLIAMS-2-23-.mp3 Acting Police [ Read More ]

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  • Thu 30th Jun 2016The 2015 General Elections sparked heavy controversy as the United National Congress claimed the extension time of 1 hour given to voters gave the ruling People’s National Movement the upper hand to win the elections. Today the UNC is accusing the Election and Boundaries Commission of legislating by ‘press release’, when its then chairman gave instructions to extend the time. Opposition Leader, Kamla Persad-Bissessar during a media conference said the Election and Boundaries Commission attempted to change [ Read More ]

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