Sri Singh at the Ministry of Social Development’s St. Vincent Street office yesterday.
Almost two months after the October floods which devastated parts of east, central and north-east Trinidad, uprooting the lives of an estimated 120,000 people and 3,500 households, scores of people are yet to collect grants from the Government, leaving them confused.
Just over one week away from Christmas, former temporary Petrotrin workers were once again left out in the cold as the former state-owned entity failed to deliver on its promise that they would receive backpay by yesterday.
One of loaded duffel bags full of marijuana and cocaine found stashed in a container at Caribbean Bottlers Ltd by workers offloading a container.
A stash of marijuana and cocaine totalling 13 bags was discovered by employees as they were offloading a container on the compound of Caribbean Bottlers Limited along the Churchill Roosevelt Highway in Tunapuna on Friday.
Fire officers douse the remains of the homes that were gutted by fire at Concerned Citizens Street, California, yesterday.
Some 19 people, including eight children, are now homeless after fire gutted their homes around midday in California yesterday.
Venezuelans arrive at Rumichaca International Bridge, the main point of entry into Ecuador into Colombia.
Faced with the largest population outflow in Latin America of recent years, 95 organizations covering 16 countries have been working together to establish a comprehensive response to the urgent needs of millions of refugees and migrants from Venezuela and host communities. This effort is coordinated by UNHCR, the UN Refugee Agency, and IOM, the International Organization for Migration.
A South Oropouche man, who was 16-years-old in 2010 when he killed his abusive employer and burnt his body, was yesterday sentenced to five years and eight months in prison.
Downtown Owners and Merchants Association president Gregory Aboud chats with Police Commissioner Gary Griffith, Port-of-Spain Mayor Joel Martinez and Snr Supt Floris Hodge-Griffith during a tour of the capital on Thursday.
T&T Police Service
A team of police officers were yesterday commended for their quick action in the rescue of a 71-year-old businessman who was abducted just outside his jewelry store in Port-of-Spain.
Three police officers have freed of a charge of assault occasioning actual bodily harm against them in the Sangre Grande Magistrates’ Court.
National Security Minister Stuart Young and Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the People's Republic of China after the signing.
This was made possible as National Security Minister Stuart Young signed a protocol on behalf of the Government giving effect to the provision of Gratis Aid to T&T by the People’s Republic of China.
The marijuana seized by officers of the Tobago Task Force and the Scarborough CID from a man who had just arrived in Tobago on the T&T Spirit.
A 60-year-old Cocorite man is scheduled to appear in the Scarborough Magistrates’ Court Friday charged with the possession of marijuana for the purpose of trafficking after he was allegedly caught on the inter-island ferry with the drugs.
A wrecker delivers the mangled wreck of a taxi which ran into a backhoe along the Solomon Hochoy Highway Thursday evening to the San Fernando Police Station. A 52-year-old Penal woman was injured in the accident.
A woman on her way home is now awaiting emergency surgery at the San Fernando General Hospital after the taxi she was travelling in slammed into the back of a backhoe along the Solomon Hochoy Highway Thursday evening.
Chief Justice Ivor Archie, right, has the attention of Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley, left and Central Bank Governor Dr Alvin Hilaire at the launch of Dr Selwyn Cudjoe’s new book, The Slavemaster of Trinidad, at Central Bank, Port-of-Spain, yesterday.
Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley has the power to trigger an impeachment process against Chief Justice Ivor Archie although he may be called as a potential witness in the matter, says former Caribbean Court of Justice president Michael de la Bastide.