PRIME Minister Dr Keith Rowley disclosed last night that State-owned Paria Fuel Trading Company will have to defend its decision to discontinue the fuel supply to local fuel retailer Unipet in court.
SOME members of the Muslim community are urging the Government to reconsider amending legislation to speed up the time to implement the new polymer $100 bill.
PEOPLE who “due to circumstances beyond their control” cannot exchange their $100 bills for the new $100 polymer note within the 14-day period will be given a grace period of three months.
THE Police Complaints Authority (PCA) has launched an investigation into allegations that Police Commissioner Gary Griffith assaulted Cocorite resident Cecil Skeete.
In an interview at his Port of Spain office yesterday, newly appointed PCA Director David West said the matter which was published in an Express investigative report required a “certain urgency”.
A DOUBLE murder in Port of Spain last evening has pushed the toll to 501 for the year so far. Details were not immediately available but the Express was told the incident happened just after 7 p.m.
A Venezuelan national was arrested and quantities of cash and marijuana seized by officers of the Western Division, during an anti-crime exercise conducted in the Fou…
A FORMER employee of MIC Institute of Technology, who was injured on the job when he fell from a chair in 2013, has been awarded close to $.2 million by the High Court.
SIX months’ hard labour has been imposed on a former police officer who was found guilty last month of falsifying a sick leave in 2006.
A NUMBER of Unipet gas stations ran out of fuel yesterday after State company Paria Fuel Trading cut its supply on Tuesday for an outstanding $100 million bill.