Griffith warns criminals
Posted: Saturday, February 1, 2020
Griffith warns criminals: Your days are numbered
Police foil plot to kill SORT officer
This morning, armed with the information, SORT officers went to San Juan. On reaching Laventille Road, San Juan, around 8.50, they attempted to apprehend a suspect. Police say the suspect fired at the on-site officers who returned fire. The suspect was shot and wounded and conveyed to the Port-of-Spain General Hospital where he died.
RBC records $240m profit for 2019
$78.9 million more than the previous year.
Trinidadians will require ETIAS for Schengen states from 2021
According to a 2018 release by the European Commission, starting from 2021 an ETIAS authorisation will be required for visa-exempt countries for short-stays in the Schengen Area (less than 90 days).
WHO says prepare for local outbreaks; China slams US control
China criticised the US controls, which it said contradicted the WHO's appeal to avoid travel bans, and "unfriendly comments" that Beijing was failing to cooperate. "Just as the WHO recommended against travel restrictions, the U.S. rushed to go in the opposite way. Certainly not a gesture of goodwill," said foreign ministry spokeswoman Hua Chunying.
Trini in China: Govt lacks empathy to citizens in virus outbreak
Deyalsingh: We screened 24,000 passengers for coronavirus
Public Wi-Fi, LED lights for PoS
The change out is part of a plan by T&TEC to replace approximately 200,000 High Pressure Sodium lights currently in use across the country, to LEDs.
Burning Guanapo landfill smothers Arima with sickening smell
PM Rowley invited to Ghana
PRIME Minister Dr Keith Rowley has been invited by the President of Ghana to attend as a special guest of that country's celebrations for its 63rd anniversary of independence.
PNM Women demand Duke apologise for calling Minister unattractive
Imbert: Lots of quack doctors, fake lawyers
"It also happens in the legal profession, where persons call themselves lawyers but they have not been called to the bar, and it happens in the medical profession...(where) all sorts of quacks...call themselves 'Dr This' and 'Dr That.' It is no joke."
Kublalsingh blocks highway works
Determined to stop Government from ploughing down private lands in the Oropouche Basin, environmental activist Dr Wayne Kublalsingh placed himself in front of excavators and tractors during a face-off with workers yesterday.
MoWT: Expansion joints across country being repaired
Glass bottles for Carnival? Three months in jail
SIPPING on a $10 glass bottle of beer at any Carnival-designated area on Carnival Monday and Tuesday could land you three months in jail or a fine of $500.
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