Monday, January 26, 2015



Investigators looking into the death of journalist and television host Marcia Henville are awaiting the results of an autopsy on her body. That autopsy is scheduled to be done Monday 26th January. Read More »


While the Government says it is meeting the challenge of falling oil and natural gas prices, the Opposition Leader says BP TT's offer of VSEP to its employees shows it is not just the State that will be earning less revenue this fiscal year. Read More »


As it prepares for the upcoming General Elections, the PNM last night celebrated its 59th anniversary. Read More »


West Indies finally picked up their first win in the 5-match ODI series against South Africa in Port Elizabeth. Read More »

Warner’s Motion Against Finance Minister

He so often gets his way. But not this time for Jack Warner in the Parliament today. His motion of no confidence in the Finance Minister, in the words of the Leader of the House, "collapsed". The Speaker raised concerns about subjudice and, even though he eventually allowed the debate to begin, it soon came to an end.But Mr Warner insists the Government gained no victory in the Parliament today. Read More »

US Currency Problem Still Exists

Millions of US dollars to be injected into the economy. This announcement from Trade and Investment Minister Vasant Bharath. He was speaking at the American Chamber of Commerce Economic Out forum, where members of the business community complained of limited access to US currency, despite claims by the Central Bank that it has remedied the problem. Read More »

Sando East Candidates Rejected

Former Prime Minister, Patrick Manning, still has a shot to retake his seat. The PNM has rejected all three candidates for the San Fernando East constituency. It opens a door for nomination with a new deadline. Read More »

Mas Camp Preparations

The clock is ticking, the energy is building and time is becoming a precious commodity not to be wasted. Only a few days again and the anticipated month of February will begin when Carnival will be in full swing. But, for the moment, mas camps are trying to get as much work completed so that they won't find themselves in a frustrated frenzy with a backlog. So far, it seems to be a fairly smooth process-at least at the mas camp and production houses that we visited earlier. Read More »

National Gas Contracts for Renewal

A critical contract for the supply of natural gas to one of this country's bread and butter LNG trains will end in 2019 and the Government is already examining the possibility of whether to continue with that train altogether. It is one of several energy issues the Energy Minister spoke about in Parliament today as he sought to assure the nation there should be no panic over falling oil prices given the nation's natural gas revenues. Read More »

Guyana Beat Jamaica

Guyana Jaguars are into the finals after beating Jamaica by 6 wickets in their semi-final last evening at the Queen's Park Oval. Jamaica made 188 for 9 with 64 from Horace Miller while Veerasammy Permaul and Devendra Bishoo took 6 wickets between them. In reply, Guyana reached 189 for 4 in the 49th over, with Shivnarine Chanderpaul unbeaten on 98 and Royston Crandon getting 45 not out. Read More »

South Africa Senegal

Senegal took top spot in Africa Cup of Nations Group C after coming from behind to hold South Africa. Read More »

Play of the Day

For tonight’s Play of the Day we head to the game between Guyana Jaguars and Jamaica. Read More »

Problem’s at Tobago’s Licensing Office

For motorists in Tobago, getting a vehicle ownership transfer effected, can be a nightmare. We're told that some people have had to wait for years. It's probably because there is only one Senior Licensing Officer at an aging Licensing Division at Shaw Park. Read More »

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