451 cops facing disciplinary probes

The Police Service’s Complaints Division has on record a total of 450 police officers under investigation for disciplinary misconduct, National Security Minister Edmund Dillon...

Union to submit proposal to save Flavorite workers

The Oilfield Workers Trade Union (OWTU) is currently preparing a proposal to submit to the owners of Flavorite Foods Ltd on the steps that...

Chairman mum on PM’s talk of Port corruption

Acting CEO and general manager of the Port Authority Charmaine Lewis says she has “absolutely no comment at this time,” on allegations levelled against...

Scholarship winner to repay Govt $3m

For the second time in a little over a year, a former national scholarship winner, accused of failing to return to T&T after completing...

Caribbean agency to track crime proceeds

By July, Caricom Implementing Agency for Crime and Security (IMPACS) will have the capacity to hunt down regional criminals who profit in the proceeds...

Protesting bus drivers tell Garcia b

Bring on the probe. This was the response from some members of the Association of School Maxi Transport Concessionaires of T&T who protested, for a...

Rambharat: Land fraud rampant across T&T

Agriculture Minister Clarence Rambharat yesterday admitted that land fraud is rampant in T&T and that as line minister for land, he had to report...

Driver charged with robbing Massy Stores on bail

One of the men who allegedly robbed Massy Supercentre in La Romaine of $250,000 two months ago was yesterday granted $.45 million bail. Lary Fraser,...

$40.5m swindled from customers

The Trinidad and Tobago Police Service (TTPS) says there were close to 1,700 reports of credit card and other card fraud in 2017 to...

Muslims upset by Rowley’s statements

The Muslim community is flabbergasted by the recent statements made on a political platform by Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley concerning the arms and...

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