Roget: Rowley a bit naive

“I think the Prime Minister is being a bit naive.” That was how Ancel Roget, president general of the Oilfields Workers’ Trade Union (OWTU), responded...

Man shot by cops to be charged

A Marabella man who was shot by police after he allegedly drew a gun at them is in serious condition at hospital. The 25-year-old...

Leaking roof destroys surgical lights

/* */ Pregnant women living in parts of South West Trinidad, who require Caesarian Sections, now have to journey to the San Fernando General...

Contingency plan in place—Ministry

Chief Education Officer Harrilal Seecharan yesterday gave the assurance that primary and secondary school students will be provided with proper supervision and safety should...

Tougher stance against child trafficking cases

There were four reports of children being trafficked in T&T for this year, according to the Counter Trafficking Unit (CTU). The information was revealed yesterday...

Indian Expo booted out

On the eve of the Indian Arrival Day holiday yesterday, Enigma Events Limited, the company that operates the Indian Expo located obliquely opposite the...

Spoiled Christmas

Slain SRP Richard Babwah’s daughters were very traumatised yesterday as they tried to come to terms with the sudden death of their father, who...

TTUTA, NPTA claim schools forced to operate without basic supplies

Primary schools across the country are facing a financial crisis as they are yet to receive any Direct Funding for the 2017/2018 academic year....

Cop on duty charged with DUI

A Special Reserve Police officer who responded to a report of a shooting in Siparia on Saturday driving a police vehicle, was instead arrested...

SporTT fires

Five of the eight employees sent on administrative leave in July from the Sports Company of Trinidad and Tobago (SporTT) have been dismissed and...

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