Police raid TV Jaagriti
Posted: Thursday, April 18, 2019
World Bank revises TT growth projections after Govt protests
The World Bank has revised its economic growth estimates in 2018 and 2019 for TT from negative to positive after the Ministry of Finance queried the projections.
TT number one trading partner with Cuba
While TT remains Cuba's number one trading partner in the Caribbean and fifth in all of Latin America and the Caribbean, exports to Cuba have fluctuated significantly over the period 2012 to 2017. This was announced yesterday by Norris Herbert, permanent secretary, Ministry of Trade and Industry.
UNC condemns 'hate speech'
Rowley slams Sat for Tobagonians lazy, rapist talk
Sat's nasty attack on Tobagonians slammed
Police raid TV Jaagriti
Police execute warrant at Radio Jaagriti, after Sat's 'lazy rapist' rant
Sat under investigation for sedition
More men impregnating teen girls—State bodies
Man charged for stealing after bank deposits money in error
A soldier has appeared in court charged with stealing $100,066.41 from RBC Royal Bank (TT). It is alleged that the money was deposited into his account in error and he refused to repay it.
Dad charged with beating infant, 3, over alphabet
Asylum seekers flock to Church
SCORES of Venezuelan asylum seekers flocked to Our Lady of Perpetual Help Parish in San Fernando on Thursday to provide their personal information to the Living Water Community, a Church organisaiton.
Guard to stand trial for Persad's supermarket murder
FORMER estate constable Govinda Morgan has been committed to stand trial for the 2017 murder of Vern "Pumba" Sambury.
Couple on sex charges denied bail
BAIL has again been denied to a Venezuelan woman and her Chinese boyfriend, who are facing a combined total of 43 charges stemming from an alleged sex-ring bust in Westmoorings and Woodbrook in early February.
After 15 years in jail, man sentenced to 8 more for murder
A MAN charged with the 2002 murder of Palo Seco mechanic Nigel "Keith" Singh was yesterday sentenced to eight years, 11 months and two days in prison. David George Huggins, 48, was in custody for the past 15 years awaiting trial.
Gunman fires 23 shots,hits victim 3 times
Venezuela cops stop $40m T&T-bound cocaine cargo
A cocaine shipment with an estimated street value close to TT$40 million, which was destined for Trinidad and Tobago, was intercepted by members of the Cuerpo de Investigaciones Cientificas Penales Y Criminalistics (CICPC) in Venezuela yesterday. The drugs were hidden in secret compartments of luxurious cars which were travelling in a caravan at the time.
Million-dollar Porsche scam
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