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Thursday, October 30, 2014

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  • CARNIVAL WILL GO ON AS PLAN

    The only thing jumping up like steelpan for Carnival, will be masqueraders! The National Security Minister is rejecting any connection between Carnival and the possible arrival of the Ebola virus to Trinidad and Tobago. More

  • FOREIGN AGENCIES TO PROBE DANA’S MURDER

    The Dana Seetahal murder investigation has reached a point where local police don't have the capacity to analyse the evidence at hand. More

  • TTPS WAITING TO BUY NEW TECHNOLOGY

    Acting Commissioner of Police, Stephen Williams, has accused the government of not acceding to the Police Service's demands for funding thus, putting it at a disadvantage. More

  • GUAVE ROAD FARMERS BLOCKED FROM LANDS

    Guave road farmers in Chaguaramas says they are being blocked from entering farm lands which they use to plant several crops. Spokes person for the farmers Joseph Richardson says forty four farmers are being affected. More

  • PT FORTIN RESIDENTS CONTINUE HIGHWAY PROTEST

    Another day, another protest about the Sir Solomon Hochoy Highway extension from San Fernando to Point Fortin. More

  • MACHEL NOMINATED FOR SOUL TRAIN AWARD

    Soca star Machel Montano has been nominated for another award. This time, one with an international feel. More

  • ECUADOR HIGH ALTITUDE 2

    You have heard about altitude from our very own weatherman Damian Salandy. More

  • ISIDORE UPDATE

    T&T fighter Prince Lee Isidore is all pumped up and looking for more fights after clinching the WBC/Cabofe title recently. More

  • WCONNECTION CENTRAL FC DRAW

    SIS Central FC got a confidence boosting draw against Directv WConnection ahead of the First Citizens Cup final on Friday. More

  • CAPITAL ONE CUP

    Holders Manchester City was knocked out of the tournament as Newcastle earned a 2-0 win to book a spot in the quarter-finals. More

  • DRUG ABUSE AND PREVENTION IN T&T

    Canada reaffirms its commitment to combating drug trafficking in the region but calls for a more holistic effort in ridding societies of this ill. More

  • INSIDE BUSINESS

    The impact the Ebola virus would have on the Caribbean region if it entered our shores, would no doubt be catastrophic. More

  • Threats to Guyana Newspaper Owner and Employees- 2873

    A scandal in Guyana in which the Attorney General is accused of threatening an armed attack on a newspaper. It's all reportedly caught on tape which has now been turned over to the police. More

  • ATO BOLDON SEX SCANDAL

    T&T Olympian, Ato Boldon, contends he never dropped the baton in his longtime friendship with an Australian athlete turned politician. More

  • PNM MAY NOT WIN ALONE

    The beginning of a new partnership between the labor movement and a political party seeking to win a General Election? More

  • ILP CONTESTING 12 SEATS

    ILP chairman Jack Warner says, contrary to what the prime minister has said, not even the Parliament staff knew that Parliament would reconvene next week. More

  • ANOTHER MISSING GIRL IN TOBAGO

    One week and counting since a 12-year old schoolgirl from Tobago went missing and it's deja vu again another form two pupil of Mason Hall Secondary School is also reported missing. She is14 year old Shenel Forbes of Darrel Spring, Tobago. More

  • NIDCO ON ARMSTRONG REPORT

    The Joint Consultative Council for the Construction Industry will have to wait a little longer for a response from NIDCO concerning the executive body's progress on carrying out the Armstrong Report's recommendations. More

  • CAPITAL ONE CUP

    The capital one cup continued and current league leaders Chelsea needed a late own goal to avoid embarrassment against Shrewsbury to reach the quarter-finals. More

  • OWTU RESPONDS TO GAS LEAK

    The Oilfields Workers Trade Union says things still aren't back to normal at the Trinmar plant in Point Fortin, after workers had to be evacuated on Monday. And until a scent that's been causing problems goes away, workers will be staying away. More

  • RANDOM ASSESSMENT FOR POLICE OFFICERS

    Police Officers will be subject to random assessments as the service seeks to improve it's interaction with the public. More

  • BAN REMAINS ON HUNTING

    Stewed, roasted or curried tattoo, agouti, lap, deer or quenk may not be on your plate this season. As a matter of fact, it should not be on your menu until October 1, 2015. The two-year moratorium on hunting which started October 1, 2013, will remain. More

  • HAZEL WARD REDMAN DIES

    Media icon Hazel Ward-Redman has died at the age of 79, three months after discovering she had pancreatic cancer. More

  • THA & PM MEET ON TOBAGO AUTONOMY

    More than a year after their last meeting, the Prime Minister and the Tobago House of Assembly Chief Secretary met today in Port of Spain to discuss several issues including self government for the sister-isle. More

  • BAKER BASHES THA ON AUTONOMY

    While the prime minister was saying she would be taking the T-H-A's recommendations on Tobago self governance to Cabinet on Thursday one of her very Cabinet ministers was blasting the T-H-A for how it came about those recommendations. More

  • PROJECT 40 VISITS PRESIDENT

    He once referred to the powers that he has. More

  • GRIFFITH ON BUREAUCRACY

    National Security Minister Gary Griffith admits that the murder count of 338 is unacceptable and blames the sky-high figure on gang related activity. More

  • TRINMAR GAS LEAK

    Over 300 workers at Trinmar's Point Fortin plant had to be evacuated this morning, due to a possible gas leak. The clue was a foul odor. More

  • MEXICO BEAT TT

    Trinidad and Tobago's industrious women's football team will be returning home following their commendable performance in the CONCACAF Women's Football tournament. More

  • 12TH NATIONAL YOUTH PARLIAMENT

    Twenty-eight educational institutions participated in the 12th Youth Parliament . The de-facto Prime Minister, Opposition Leader and Member of Parliament debated the Government's policy on Corporal Punishment, Indiscipline and delinquency. More

  • BUSINESS INCUBATOR WORKSHOP

    The American Chamber of Commerce in collaboration with the Young American Business Trust officially opened the Business Incubator five-day workshop this morning. More

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