Monday, November 24, 2014



FOR over a month, residents of Brasso Seco hid in their homes, shied away from the media and were even afraid to talk to the police amid fears that the man believed responsible for the disappearance and deaths of three of their fellow villagers remained on the run and presumably still in the area. Read more »

  • PM praises cops for capture

    PRIME Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar has issued congratulations to the Trinidad and Tobago Police Service for the capture of Azmon Alexander, who was labelled the country’s “most wanted” in the wake of the kidnap and murder of a Brasso Seco family. Read More »

  • THA chief condemns murder of German couple

    Tobago House of Assembly Chief Secretary Orville London yesterday condemned the double murders Saturday of German couple Hubertus and Birgid Keil. Read More »

  • Political appointees get Govt villas

    Amid questions about the housing allowance of President Anthony Carmona comes information that a number of political appointees attached to the Office of the Prime Minister (OPM) have been afforded housing at the exclusive Federation Villas. Read More »

  • Photographer’s mom dies at 89

    THE mother of Express senior photographer, Stephen Doobay, has passed away. Read More »

  • Abdulah: Stacy bowed to pressure

    LEADER of the Movement for Social Justice David Abdulah said yesterday that junior Minister of Works Stacy Roopnarine had bowed to pressure when she issued an apology to her senior Dr Surujrattan Rambachan over accusations of interference in the allocation of contracts for the multi-million dollar Curepe Interchange project. Abdulah said in a press conference at the party’s headquarters in San Fernando that such an issue would have placed the Government in “a bad light”. Read More »

  • Roopnarine: My private e-mail may have been hacked

    Minister in the Ministry of Works Stacy Roopnarine has disclosed that her private e-mail account may have been hacked. Read More »

  • Top cop in Tobago

    Acting Commissioner of Police Stephen Williams and his team meet today in Tobago with Assistant Commissioner of Police Tobago Brian Headley, THA Chief Secretary Orville London and Tourism Secretary Tracy Davidson-Celestine and her team to discuss the murders of German couple Hubertus, 71, and Birgid Keil, 74. Read More »

  • ...Abdulah: Killings not good for T&T

    LEADER of the Movement for Social Justice David Abdulah said yesterday that the image of Trinidad and Tobago has become a very ugly one and there is no mirror on the wall that can make the country look better. Read More »

  • Charles facing EMA action

    A development being executed by a private company, of which National Infrastructure Development Company (Nidco) president Dr Carson Charles is a director, has been investigated by the Environmental Management Authority for possibly diverting a natural watercourse. Read More »

  • Road broken up by similar flood in 1971

    SO there was once this man, a hundred years ago, living at a research station on the Gasparee Isle, and studying fish. One day he decided to take a trip over to Trinidad’s east coast to see if he could get lucky with a tarpon, grouper or giant catfish. Read More »

  • HRM downfall blamed on ‘old politics’

    “OLD politics” has been the downfall of the Highway Re-Route Movement (HRM) battle against the Debe to Mon Desir section of the Solomin Hochoy Highway extension into Point Fortin. Read More »

  • Rainy launch for Soca Monarch

    The 2015 International Soca Monarch (ISM) was launched on the Brian Lara Promenade last Friday in Port of Spain in pouring rain but that did not stop lovers of soca music from having a good time. Read More »

  • Water pumped out to sea in Manzanilla

    MILLIONS of gallons of water have been pumped and drained out to sea in flood-stricken Manzanilla since Friday in a near 24-hour operation by State agencies. Read More »

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