Errant drivers beware.
Health Minister Terrence Deyalsingh has urged citizens to stop the xenophobia against the Chinese people on the heels of the outbreak of the killer coronavirus in Wu…
Businesswoman Rani Lakhan-Narace has replaced Marina Salandy-Brown as Bocas Lit Fest president.
JAMAICAN-born British Queen’s Counsel Vincent Nelson, who pleaded guilty last June to his role in an alleged conspiracy with former attorney general Anand Ramlogan an…
Carnival is in the air, and so too is the threat of a killer virus.
As the country prepares for the busiest time of the year, with thousands flying in for Carnival, every passenger from North America, the United Kingdom and Panama will be thermo-scanned and screened at Piarco International Airport for signs of the killer virus coronavirus, which has infected hundreds and caused six deaths in China.
TWENTY-NINE grounds of appeal have been mounted by the State as it challenges last Monday’s ruling by Justice Frank Seepersad that the country’s colonial-age sedition laws were unconstitutional.
Police are anticipating an increase in domestic violence reports with the launch of the Gender-Based Violence Unit (GBVU) of the Trinidad and Tobago Police Service to tackle domestic and gender-based violence.
THERE is no “magic bullet” to solve crime in Trinidad and Tobago. Removing National Security Minister Stuart Young is not the answer and neither is a state of emergency.
The majority of parents, stakeholders and pupils are in favour of keeping the Secondary Entrance Assessment (SEA) examination.