A repatriation flight to Venezuela from Trinidad and Tobago was cancelled yesterday.
It left 100 Venezuelan nationals stranded at Piarco International Airport when it was found that the Venezuelan airline plane proposed to carry out the exercise was among those sanctioned by the United States.
ROMAN Catholic Archbishop Jason Gordon yesterday called into focus the deaths of two suspects in the Andrea Bharatt murder case while in police custody, as he warned against society creating “untouchables” who can then be killed and no one asks a question.
HUNDREDS of business doors remained closed and tears were shed for Andrea Bharatt—as well as Trinidad and Tobago’s missing and murdered women yesterday—as thousands heeded a call to shut down the country and send a message to those in authority that it is time to prioritise safety for the vulnerable.
Leading supermarket chain, X-tra Foods and the country’s globally-acclaimed make-up brand, Sacha Cosmetics, were among the businesses taking a proactive stance and keeping their stores closed yesterday.
THE nation’s cry for justice for its murdered and abused women and children has continued to pick up steam.
A call to women to stay home today as a form of protest against gender violence and crime, gained more momentum yesterday.
Social media was alight yesterday with citizens calling on one another to support a number of protests proposed this week by civil society, communities and individuals to put pressure on the authorities to act.
INDEPENDENT Senator Paul Richards has pleaded with the relevant authorities to put 'pepper spray' into the hands of women and the vulnerable, …