The Great African Scandal (Video)
Robert Beckford visits Ghana to investigate the hidden costs of rice, chocolate and gold and why, 50 years after independence, a country so rich in natural resources is one of the poorest in the world... Continue to Video
UNC loses La Horquetta/Talparo...again THERE can be no contest of the result of last September’s general election in the constituency of La Horquetta/ Talparo which was won by the People’s National Movement’s Maxie Cuffie. A ruling of the Court of Appeal yesterday struck down an appeal by Bonafacio Mahabir, who filed an election petition challenging results in that constituency .
Govt goes after UNC’s Ramdeen SENATE President Christine Kangaloo yesterday ruled that a first-instance case of breach of Parliament rules was made out, in the process clearing the way for disciplinary proceedings to begin against former temporary UNC Senator Gerald Ramdeen in relation to statements he made about former temporary Independent Senator Justin Junkere.
PNM women, Fixin' T&T protest President Anthony Carmona is being severely criticised for the appointment of Kriyann Singh as an Independent senator.
Khan: Jwala's firing justified Major transgressions by former Central Bank governor Jawala Rambarran included announcing the names of foreign exchange users and making statements with “bravado”, People's National Movement Senate leader Franklin Khan said yesterday.
Business welcomes deal, but cautious Trinidad and Tobago and Venezuela will benefit from talks between its leaders, but this country needs to be cautious when finalising agreements with the South American country. This is according to some business heads, who said there was nothing wrong with assisting a country in need.
Judge: Detaining juveniles at YTC illegal SEVERAL declarations were granted, at the Hall of Justice in Port of Spain yesterday, by a High Court judge who stated the detention of two juveniles at the Youth Training Centre (YTC) and the Women's Prison in Arouca was unlawful and illegal.