Call her Calypso Rose ORTT
Posted: Tuesday, December 19, 2017
Call her Calypso Rose ORTT
Bring rum curfew: JP Khan calls for midnight end to drinking
In making this appeal yesterday, veteran Justice of the Peace (JP) Akbar Khan said he came close to tears while reading about a Debe family whose home at Wellington Road, was destroyed by a drunk driver
Garcia: Parents must take responsibility for children
Teen faces charge in Marabella robbery
By this evening or tomorrow, police are expected to charge a 16-year-old boy for Thursday's robbery at a house in Marabella which ended in the police shooting death of 15-year-old accomplice Isaac Simmons.
New laws for food handling
Improperly prepared food has a direct impact on health and productivity in the workplace, says Agriculture, Land and Fisheries Minister Clarence Rambharat.
Caricom objects to new EU blacklist
CARICOM has voiced strong objection to the European Union's (EU) recent labelling of some member states as being non-cooperative tax jurisdictions.
The Highway Lie
...the promise of progress only brought misery
More trouble for Archie
Law body starts own probe of allegations
Transgender slain; cops arrest guard
Almost two weeks after the death of transgender woman Keon Alister Patterson in Port-of-Spain, another transgender woman, Keil Lensay, was murdered in Debe yesterday.
Tobago ferry gets two-month extension
UWI responds to Kambon's claim
The University of the West Indies, St Augustine has denied claims by Shabaka Kambon that he was ejected from a consultation to decide on a new name for Milner Hall.
Body of escaped prisoner found at sea
Five days after he escaped from Carrera Island prison, the body of Unil Phillip was found floating at sea.
AG calls meeting on Cuban dissidents
Moonilal not fazed by threat
...after being forced with withdraw statements linked to a document which he read into the Hansard of Parliament last Friday, he is now "compiling more information
PM fuming over false claims
...to pursue legal action against anyone who have published "false and malicious" statements made in the Parliament last Friday by Oropouche East MP Dr Roodal Moonilal.
Red House project ready by Nov 2018
Judge freezes EPoS worker's $15m assets
...forensic audit allegedly uncovered that unauthorised cheque payments close to $16 million were made to Kirk Services Ltd, a trading company, of which EPoS accountant Solomon Lamb is a director, over a four-year period.
No bail for Piarco heist accused
Kizzy Bernard, the lone woman accused in the $5.5 million robbery at the Piarco International Airport, was yesterday denied bail by an Arima magistrate.
Man fined $6200 for harassing women on street
James was fined $6,000 for resisting arrest and $200 for disorderly behaviour.
Charged with sister-in-law's murder
A Manzanilla man is expected to appear before a Sangre Grande Magistrate today, in connection with the December 9 shooting death of his 44-year-old sister-in-law and the wounding of her 18-year-old daughter and two others
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