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Camille questions Suruj’s numbers: They’re not from CSO

Planning and Development Minister Camille Robinson-Regis is disputing figures quoted in Parliament by Tabaquite MP Suruj Rambachan, who claimed that 75% of T&T’s population earns...

Del Monte recalls Fiesta Corn from Caribbean countries and others

A number of Caribbean countries are listed in a widespread recall of Fiesta Corn Seasoned with Red and Green Peppers from Del Monte Foods.  Barbados, Guyana,...

Kotex tampons recalled over risk of unravelling, infection

Women using U by Kotex Sleek tampons are being warned that the tampons could unravel or come apart, and could cause infections if used.  According...

Machel Montano's Bazodee heads to India

Bazodee is heading to India.  The Machel Montano love story featuring Bollywood star Kabir Bedi will be screened as part of the Chennai International Film...

Watch: Macajuel seen wandering in South Trinidad

A large boa constrictor, known locally as a macajuel, was spotted in a viral video, said to be recorded in South Trinidad earlier this...

The Lounge: A very local Christmas Gift Guide

It's Christmas time again and once more, The Lounge brings you the annual Local Gift Guide with picks from our hostesses Laura Dowrich-Phillips and...

Watch: Rat seen drinking water in China restaurant by the buffet...

Shocking video of a rat being caught drinking water on a countertop in a restaurant in China. The clip, shot in Jiaxing City in eastern...

Minister warns of contaminated wild meat

The Minister of Agriculture, Lands and Fisheries is warning of illegally imported wild meat which could carry diseases, including leptospirosis. In a social media update,...

Watch: Officers catch Texas boy jumping from fire

A police officer's body camera caught the moment a boy jumped from the second floor of a Dallas-area apartment into the arms of officers...

Fines for illegal fires to increase to $20,000

Persons who are caught setting fires without the relevant permit could be fined up to $20,000 from January 2019. In a social media post on...