A man is dead following a crash along the Sir Solomon Hochoy Highway, near Claxton Bay, on Saturday.
After facing intense backlash from the public for recording himself accosting a T&TEC contractor for cutting his lights when he was not at home, television talk s…
Although Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley said the Public Service has deteriorated and many public servants produce “absolutely nothing” and expect to be paid, he said yesterday he did not describe them as “lazy”.
Police have provided Sanatan Dharma Maha Sabha (SDMS) secretary general Satnarayan Maharaj with a copy of the warrant which gave them the authority to search the Tunapuna premises of Radio and TV Jaagriti.
Attorney Michael Quamina has dismissed criticisms and questions over his appointment as chairman of Trinidad Petroleum Holdings Ltd (TPHL), saying he is ready to take on the job. He said concerns over potential conflict of interest with him being Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley’s lawyer in the “fake oil” scandal are unfounded.
FRAUD and conspiracy accused Michael Carew was released from jail yesterday morning. Carew has been in custody since last Monday. Carew is the husband of fired public administration minister Marlene McDonald, who is outside on $2 million bail.
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THE TRIAL period for the relocation of the Port of Spain and Chaguanas taxi stands to King’s Wharf, San Fernando, has been reduced to two weeks.
A San Juan man is being accused of sexual misconduct by several women on social media.
Ainsworth Sookhan has appeared before the court charged with wounding with intent to cause grievous bodily harm.
Prime Minister Dr. Keith is today saying that he never used the word "lazy" and did not accuse the Public Service of being lazy.
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