Friday, August 29, 2014


Senate Debate continues on Constitution

Being independent may never have brought so much pressure to the Senators on the Independent benches as over the past 72 hours as the debate of the Constitution Amendment Bill in the Upper House entered day three. Read More »

Salvatori Bldg Protest

Vendors on the Salvatori-building site square-off with Port of Spain Mayor - Raymond Tim Kee. Their time on the premises has run out and the state is ready to reclaim the land. Read More »

Diego martin pavements

Two weeks ago, we brought you the story of a differently-abled man who uses a wheelchair to navigate his community of Diego Martin. But the extension of the highway suddenly made it difficult for him to move around. Read More »

Clogged drains in Montrose cause concern

Fatty chicken tissue floating in stagnant drain water. Imagine that. Disgusting huh? Read More »

PNM Debates bill

As the new, proposed provisions in the Constitution Amendment Bill or at least varying interpretations of it continue to stir up a nest of concerns questions are flying left, right and centre but there are varied answers. Read More »

Diamond league Switzerland

Keshorn Walcott was at his best today again breaking the National record in the Men's Javelin event in Zurich, Switzerland. Read More »

Champions League Draw

The football draw for the UEFA 2014/ 2015 Champions League group stage was made in Monaco. Read More »

Europa League

Hosts Tottenham thrashed AEL Limassol of Cyprus to clinch their place in the Europa League group stage. Read More »

Mountains Bike Championship

Jason Costelloe did the hat-trick in the 3rd installment of the National Mountain bike Championships, last Sunday at the Bamboo Cathedral trails in Chaguaramas. Read More »

Jump Rope feature

Trinidad and Tobago recently earned three medals at the World Jump Rope Championships in Orlando, Florida and hope to be at the other one in 2015 in Paris. Read More »

Shark Sanctuary

Environmental Activist of the Papa Bois Conservation group Marc De Verteuil, continues his lobby to save the sharks in Trinidad and Tobago and to make the waters around Trinidad and Tobago. Shark sanctuaries evens as cabinet has approved the recommendation of the Ministry of the Environment and Water Resources to ban Shark Finning on August 7th. Read More »

City Gate Tour

The PTSC has begun clearing asbestos from at least one of its buildings on the City Gate Compound. Read More »

Constitution Bill Debate Day 2

And now there are two, or at least so it seems. A second Independent Senator has hinted his support for the Constitution Amendment bill. The Government would be glad to get the support of just one of them. The debate continues tonight but the issue of changing the constitution is not the only issue occupying the Senate. Read More »

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