Rohan Sinanan was evasive
Posted: Friday, June 22, 2018
Rohan Sinanan was evasive
Minister of Works and Transport Rohan Sinanan was evasive yesterday on the issue of a specific date for the arrival of the Galleons Passage.
Cabrera: Mass exodus if civil war breaks out
...predicting people will flee Venezuela to TT in the hundreds of thousands if ever civil war breaks out in that South American country.
Nikki Minaj: 'I was an illegal immigrant from Trinidad'
AS debate rages over the President Donald Trump administration's zero-tolerance policy toward immigrants and their children coming to the U.S.
Central Bank ends Clico control
Clico has been under Central Bank control since the company went bankrupt in 2009 and needed a government bailout.
Hilaire hints at rise in local interest rates
Possible increase in the cost of borrowing as the institution continues to weigh domestic and external factors in coming to its decision.
Balgobin to resign as Angostura chairman
Bartlett calls for joint patrols
PRESIDENT of the San Fernando Business Association (SBA) Daphne Bartlett is questioning the reason behind a delay in resuming joint police/army patrols in the southern capital.
Chote: Court bill a recipe for disaster
A SENATOR yesterday cautioned that a new class of criminal cases may be created by a new type of law court proposed in the Criminal Division and District Criminal and Traffic Courts Bill 2018
Justice can crash
Opposition Senator warns
Deyalsingh: No conflict of interest
...with consultant surgeons doing orthopaedic surgeries.
Mark warned in Senate
Scissors attack file for DPP
...for advice on an incident in which a man was stabbed once in the chest by the woman, who is now claiming self-defence.
Young: Keep children out of politics
...condemned an attempt by the Opposition to reveal the specific treatment being given to two children who found the body of their mother, who was murdered.
Church board against child protestors
...for involving their children in protests as a strategy to get their school rebuilt.
SFCC serves notice to 51 landowners
WITH the start of the rainy season, the San Fernando City Corporation (SFCC) is getting tough with landowners who refuse to clean their properties
Mom blames muddy road for student's death
Mud from a business operation in Penal is being blamed for the crash which ended the life of aspiring computer technician Annise Sakawath on Wednesday.
58 days later, still no word on Darrell
Darrell's father Farrell, 45, said he has been checking the number of days he has not seen or held his son and the feeling has left him frustrated and disappointed.
This Tobago girl is missing
Police need the public's help in locating 17-year-old Shinaiah Marcelle.
Victim's family seeks $10m
Cops find guns, gun parts, ganja
PORT OF SPAIN CID officers yesterday found two guns, ammunition, ganja and parts for handguns at two abandoned Cascade houses.
Auto parts dealer shot 14 times
A 42-year-old auto parts dealer was shot 14 times moments after he pulled up in front of his home in St Joseph on Wednesday night
Taken for a ride: Car 'buyer' turns out to be bandit
11-year-old girl sexually assaulted DDI
AN 11-year-old Central Trinidad schoolgirl who accompanied her mother, friends and relatives to an excursion down the islands on Labour Day was sexually assaulted by a relative in his 30s.
UWI students taped having sex in class
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