Wednesday, April 23, 2014


Mother Defends Beating her child

Regardless of what you may think of her actions, she is perhaps the nation's most talked-about mother at the moment. Read More »

AG at crime Workshop

Attorney General Anand Ramlogan says Corruption in the judiciary can be reduced by increasing the salaries of sitting Judges during their term and after retirement. Read More »

Disabled man needs help

In 2011, life started spiralling out of control for a San-Raphael man. A wave of unfortunate events left him 100 percent disabled and at the mercy of what, since then, has appeared to be the merciless. It's now a race against time as the place he calls home is slowly falling apart. Read More »

PM Salutes Centenarians

People are living longer and their lives are being celebrated. Read More »

Top Cop Williams on Crime

Top cop Stephen Williams says the escalating murder rate is as a result of transnational crime. He's hoping that an upcoming conference would aid in making some headway in terms of regional partnerships and resources to combat the problem. Read More »

Athletics Carifta

Keshorn Walcott got the ball rolling two years ago bringing home gold at the 2012 Olympics in the Javelin event. Now T&T stands to benefit with another up and coming javelin athlete in Shakeil Waithe. The 18 year old took the gold medal in the Under 20 category at the CARIFTA Games with a throw of 67.53 metres. Read More »

TT Pro League Wrap

Central FC and Defence Force had wins last evening, as they are on the hunt for this year's title. Read More »

The Other Side Part 2

In the second part of "The Other Side" entitled "I am Different", we take a look at how these five guys attempted to come to terms with their sexuality and the struggles...some of them faced in trying to do so. Read More »

4x400m gold

Well a major talking point coming out of the 2014 edition of the CARIFTA games surrounded the performance of the National Under 20 4x400 relay team. Read More »

Mayaro protest

The Mayaro Government Primary School's Parent Teacher Association, continues to protest the dilapidated condition of the school. Read More »

Lucky says no pca leak

Gillian Lucky says the leak of a report on the Flying Squad did not emanate from the Police Complaints Authority. Read More »

Ag responds

And the Attorney General has referred the matter of the alleged PCA leak to the Commissioner of Police, to find where it originated. Read More »

Al rawi stays put 2828

PNM Senator Faris Al Rawi, a member of the Joint Select Committee which oversees Government Ministries, Statutory Authorities and State Enterprises, says he saw nothing wrong with sitting in on today's session Read More »

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