$3.5m spent on Balgobin’s defence

CL Financial (CLF) and its publicly ­traded subsidiary, Angostura Ltd, have now spent about $3.5 million in legal and other fees in defending its...

Lessons from Cedros

NATURE is a powerful force. And the devastation that has occurred this week at Cedros is a reminder of the need for constant vigilance...

Flood categories in T&T

While Trinidad and Tobago may be experiencing a hot wet season with increased daytime and nightime temperatures forecast until December, this does not diminish...

Car rental worker on alleged threats to Venezuelan woman: I was hacked

The owner of a South-based car rental company replied to claims that he allegedly tried to exploit and threaten a Venezuelan woman, saying his...

Stock market drop spreads, Wall Street set to fall again

World stock markets sank Thursday, extending losses from Wall Street, as investors worried that higher interest rates will dent company earnings and a trade...

PM assures relief forferry service

Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley has admitted that 2017 had proven to be “a more than challenging year” - both for the Port Authority...

Tickets in mail for traffic light breakers soon

Move over Property Tax—Government’s next big revenue earner might be coming from traffic fines under upcoming Motor Vehicle legislation. And under that law, if you...

Acting President: Press for progress on gender equality

Trinidad and Tobago is making history just ahead of International Women’s Day as the country awaits the inauguration of the first female Head of...

'I was hungry': Pleasantville man pleads guilty after stealing food

A Pleasantville man who pleaded guilty to stealing items from a supermarket in San Fernando said he stole the items because he was hungry.  Robert...

A Scottish-Trini mystery

A Scottish woman is seeking the public's help in locating her grandparents, whom she believes can be found in Trinidad. Lena Wilson, who shared a...

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