Our host JJ and our special guest Swappi discuss his 2020 contributions for Carnival, his encounter with his shadow.... A good game of 'Would You Rather' has Swappi thinking about a bear hug and his love for classic soca music.


Here’s the proof the Police Commissioner has asked for.

In a media release yesterday, top cop Gary Griffith stated categorically that he never approved Provisional Licences (PL) and Firearm User’s Licences (FUL) to individuals before the courts charged with criminal offences and individuals who are also under current police investigation. This denial contradicts documents in the Express’ possession, however.

THE picture painted by Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley on the Government’s response to the Covid-19 coronavirus pandemic was not the reality of what citizens were facing, says the Opposition United National Congress (UNC).

SOME business stakeholders have issued a strong call to Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley to reconsider the continued closure of bars and restaurants, saying yesterday those Covid-19 restrictions lifted at the weekend “make no economic sense”.

Restaurateur Peter George and the Bar Owners’ Association of Trinidad and Tobago (BOATT) were among those expressing frustration with the decision to return public servants to work this week and open some sectors at 50 per cent capacity - including gyms and churches - but to keep bars closed and retain “no dining” rules for restaurants.

A Canadian tobacco farmer has claimed that seven Trinidadian workers are stuck on his farm and efforts to get them home are meeting with no response.

IT seems “quite extraordinary” that a glitch in the Judiciary’s docketing system prevented only Justice Frank Seepersad from being assigned new cases for months until the judge recently complained of the issue to the Registrar of the Supreme Court.