A 27 year old man is to appear before a Port of Spain magistrate today, charged with the shooting death of mall security guard John Adams.
The man was charged by homicide detectives on Friday.
On May 27th this year, 41 year old Adams was shot dead by bandits during […]
The first hearing for the judicial review that hunters brought challenging Government’s two-year ban on hunting on state lands is set for the High Court tomorrow.
The ban, which commenced on October 1, was imposed by the Minister of the Environment and Water Resources, Ganga Singh.
Singh had said this was necessary to protect certain species of wildlife, […]
62 year old mother of five Joycelyn Taylor, was laid to rest in a cemetery behind the Holy Cross RC Church in Santa Cruz on Saturday.
The church itself was not big enough to contain the scores of mourners who went to celebrate Taylor’s life and bid their farewell.
Fr Benedict Hilaire, the officiating priest, used the service to lament the […]
Caroni Green, the new company established to oversee the Caroni Green Initiative, has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with four investors.
The signing took place at the Trinidad Hilton in Port of Spain on Friday.
Speaking at the event, Minister of Food Production, Devant Maharaj, said government was always looking for different means of investment in the country’s resources and this […]
Former Chaguanas Mayor, Orlando Nagessar, says the people of Trinidad and Tobago should be the ones to elect their mayor.
Speaking on Friday, at the Chaguanas Borough Corporation, after United National Congress (UNC) alderman Gopaul Boodhan was elected mayor, Mr. Nagessar, who served as Chaguanas mayor for the past three and half year, called for […]
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