A partygoer who was caught driving under the influence of alcohol following a Carnival fete has been disqualified from driving for three years and slapped with an $11,000 fine.
Six acres of land had already been swallowed by the sea along with three houses following mass land erosion at Bamboo Village Cedros.
Kristian De Silva
Almost a year after the sea swallowed three homes and a portion of the road near the coast in Cedros, villagers are still fearful that more houses will collapse into the sea.
Soca star Machel Montano has announced that he has teamed up with American songwriter, producer and actress, Ashanti for a song to be released Monday afternoon.
Soca star Machel Montano is set to release his first major collaboration with an international star for 2019.
Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley makes a point during his Conversation with the Media at the Diplomatic Centre in St Ann’s last week.
Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley has publicly apologised to businessman Robert Amar for making an error on the involvement of former finance minister Wendell Mottley in the Sandals project plan.
Minister of Education Anthony Garcia
National scholars studying medicine in Jamaica say they will explore their legal options if Government refuses to pay tuition as promised.
During Guardian Media’s first visit to the site on January 7, there were workers there, equipment and material where operations were ongoing.
Residents of Beaucarro in Central Trinidad want the Environmental Management Authority (EMA) sandblasting activities by a petrochemical company in Freeport which they claim is affecting their health.
An Austal Cape class vessel similar to the ones being purchased for the T&T Coast Guard
Defence analyst Dr Sanjay Badri-Maharaj says instead of spending US$74 million to purchase two new Coast Guard vessels, Government should focus on repairing and maintaining the country’s existing air and sea assets.
Internal Revenue Service employees display placards during a rally by federal employees and supports in front of the Statehouse, in Boston, to call for an end of the partial shutdown of the federal government.
As the longest-ever government shutdown in United States history continues, there are warnings that T&T and other countries in the Caribbean could be affected.
Illegal quarrying operations in a large scale was discovered on State Lands at Matura, a stone’s throw away from the Matura Police Station last week.
Authorities are facing an uphill battle in efforts to crack down on illegal quarrying, a multi-billion underground industry, which one employee on the front lines of the battle against the activity described as “a very dangerous and treacherous game.”
National Panorama champion bpTT Renegades performing at the launch of Panorama 2019, hosted by Pan Trinbago Inc at the Charlotte Street panyard on Saturday.
Not even a kitchen fire could stop Saturday evening’s launch of Panorama 2019, hosted by Pan Trinbago Inc at the Charlotte Street panyard of defending National Panorama champion bpTT Renegades. The blaze quickly extinguished, proceedings began with a blessing by Deacon Lennox Toussaint.
The incomplete bridge at Marchin Road, Jerningham Junction, Cunupia
Chaguanas Mayor Gopaul Boodhan is calling for the establishment of a roads authority to repair and maintain roads and bridges across the country.