Trinidad and Tobago News
Caribbean Links

Ras Tyehimba  
Susan Edwards  
Dr. K Nantambu  
Winford James  
Dr. S Cudjoe  
Raffique Shah  
Terry Joseph  
Bukka Rennie  
Denis Solomon  
Stephen Kangal  
Corey Gilkes  
A.S. Leslie  
Shelagh Simmons  
Guest Writers  

Trinbago Pan  
Nubian School  
Africa Speaks  
Rasta Times  
US Crusade  

Posted: Tuesday, January 9, 2024

Former PM to be laid to rest today

Government invites public to late PM's funeral: COME SAY GOODBYE TO PANDAY
Members of the public have two opportunities to pay their final respects to Panday, who served as prime minister from 1995-2001.

The first will be during his state funeral service at the Southern Academy for the Performing Arts (SAPA) in San Fernando at 9 am.

The second will be after the funeral service when Panday's body will be taken to the Shore of Peace, Mosquito Creek, South Oropouche, where he will be cremated under Hindu rites.

700-plus expected for Panday's funeral today

The untold story of Basdeo Panday

NGC's profit falls 5.2%
"The European energy crisis, along with post-pandemic energy inventory issues, led commodity indices to register sharp surges relative to 2021. Ammonia markets—already squeezed by higher demand due to pandemic-driven, food security concerns—saw prices skyrocket with higher gas prices and reduced exports out of Russia. Natural Gas Liquid (NGL) prices climbed year-on-year.

NGC reports $2.38B in 2022 profits

The trouble with intra-regional travel

Farmers brace for harsh dry season
FARMERS countrywide are calling on the Government to prioritise agriculture during what is expected to be a harsh 2024 dry season.

Instant history—the late Hochoy in focus

Former Integrity Commission chairman questions institution

Prime Minister: I will defend myself against disinformation

Boys in crisis: It's worse than expected
WE OFTEN speak about how our schools are failing boys from lower socio-economic groups, but the UK, the US and China now note an alarming academic crisis with men and boys across the board.

Hinds: Youths must build Tobago, not destroy it
Minister of National Security Fitzgerald Hinds has called on young people to build Tobago and not destroy it. He was speaking on Monday following a shooting in Scarborough on Saturday which left four people injured.

Venezuelan held for human, gun trafficking to T&T
A 24-year-old Venezuelan man nicknamed "El Teletubi” was arrested in Tucupita, the capital city of the Venezuelan state of Delta Amacuro, last week for human and arms trafficking to T&T.

Odd-job man gunned down
Dawn murder at Breakfast Shed

Man, 60, gunned down in San Raphael
Police said gunshots rang out at Tumpuna Road at around 2 am. Members of the Northern Division went to the scene and found Le Blanc on the ground, bleeding with gunshot wounds.

Email page Send page by E-Mail