Interact with our

Live Studio




The search is now on for two missing women…one of them, an employee of a daily newspaper

The search is now on for two missing women…one of them, an employee of a daily newspaper


Quacy-Ann Grey of Grey

Back at home…The hunt is on to find missing Tobagonian woman Quacy-Ann Grey of Grey is from Speyside, Tobago who went missing on Saturday November 5th.

According to a social media post by her cousin Cherrish John, she’s pleading with citizens to release any information they may have on Quancy-Ann’s disappearance, asking persons to share her picture and assist the family who is hoping that she is alive and well.

John said the family is praying for her to return home safely.

Citizens are asked to contact 773-7887, 481-8346, 660-6158 or the Scarborough Police Station if she has been spotted or any information has been obtained on her whereabouts.


Express employee Kezia Alexis

AND citizens are being asked to share any information on the whereabouts of Express employee Kezia Alexis after it was announced that she did not return home on Monday night.

According to an email shared by Colleen Holder, Alexander left the Express House on Monday around 3;00 pm to go to class at the University of the West Indies (UWI), St Augustine.

However the 23-year-old never arrived at her Malabar, Arima, home and her relatives wonder if she ever made it to her class.

The email said that Alexander usually informs her family is she is arriving home late, however she was recently robbed in the church yard at the Arima Open Bible on Sunday and bandits took away her cell phone so she has no phone now.

Holder says Alexis’ parents are Pastors Stephen and Karen Alexis of the Arima Open Bible Church and can be reached at 759-0148 and 643-6648.

Tha story courtesy