Posted: Wednesday, April 12, 2017
passengers stranded after T&T Express fails to sail
HUNDREDS of people including children and the elderly, hoping for an early start to the long Easter holiday weekend, were left stranded and fuming yesterday at the Port-of-Spain Ferry Terminal as no inter-island ferry was on hand to transport them to Tobago.
Tobago Chamber still against barge
Sinanan was told by the Tobago Chamber at last week's meeting at the Mt Irvine Bay Hotel, in no uncertain terms, there will not be an acceptance of any barge to transport cargo to Tobago.
Report named six vessels to replace Galicia
Rowley: Blame all around in BP pullout
"When the country gets involved in international commerce, those persons who are involved are not competing with themselves or with their ability to bully the Government, they are competing with other producers elsewhere in the world."
Padarath: Shannen's parents denied application forms
APPLICATION forms at the Children Life Fund Authority (CLFA) are not readily available and parents of three-year old bone marrow patient Shannen Luke, were denied a form on three occasions
Kamla wrote Health Minister on Shannen
Govt doctoring books
PRESIDENT of the Public Services Association (PSA) Watson Duke yesterday accused Government of "doctoring the books" to attempt to show the PSA's call for a day of resistance on Monday, had flopped.
Postal workers stage protest
IN THE coming weeks, there could be delays in the delivery of mail, after postal workers promised yesterday to continue protesting if TTPost does not meet with their union to discuss health and safety issues as well as poor governance of the corporation.
Big $$ in food, minister tells youths
Leadership talks open
CAD: Enquire about warranties, guarantees
CONSUMERS are being reminded of the importance of understanding a warranty and guarantee when making purchases.
He loved her to the end
A 90-year-old man fulfilled his promise to his beloved wife of 67 years when they died just hours apart at their home in Williamsville, near Princes Town, at the weekend.
Gladiator gets $700,000 for defamation in radio case
...after a High Court judge ruled that three of his colleagues had defamed his name when they accused him on their radio shows of being a homosexual, along with other derogatory comments.
Laventille gang warfare claiming 'innocent lives'
Annmarie Bunsee, the mother of murder victim Kern Alleyne, is adamant the 24-year-old was no criminal.
Regiment recruits charged with rape
Five Regiment officer cadets who were to graduate and become members of the Trinidad and Tobago Regiment later this month appeared before the Port of Spain Magistrates' Court yesterday afternoon, charged with raping one of their co-recruits last October.
Death for suspect in attempted burglary
Rio resident hit with baton
Suspects released in Melissa's murder
The two suspects who were held for the murder of Melissa Mohammed-Ramkissoon were released yesterday.
Father fined for gun after rescuing son from attackers
A MAN who pulled an illegal gun and began firing to rescue his son from being further beaten by a group of men appeared in court yesterday.
Brothers charged with murder
A man who was chopped into pieces, his body parts burned, dumped in a bag and buried in a latrine pit near the victim's home in Reform Village.
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