Monday May 20
Penny: PNM Women 'Made' Kamla
IT was the hard work done by the PNM Women's League over the years to lift the status of women that has allowed Kamla Persad-Bissessar to become Prime Minister of TT, said Opposition Senator, Pennelope Beckles-Robinson as she gave the welcome address at the league's 57th anniversary celebration yesterday at City Hall Port-of-Spain. She accused the ... (more)
Monday May 20
Head remains unidentified
Investigators are calling on the public to assist them in identifying the head and headless body found on Saturday morning.
Seven murders in four days
ON THE heels of Acting Commissioner of Police Steven Williams' revelation last week, that serious crimes including murders had dropped by 36 percent this year, killers sought to mock Williams' statistics as seven murders were committed between Friday last, and yesterday.
Dame Louise celebrates 101st birthday
Former Independent Senator Dame Louise Horne has always been open-minded and outspoken.
The sextuplets' parents are ungrateful and owe the Government, the Prime Minister and the taxpayers of this country a "thank you" for all that was done to ensure that mother and babies had the best care possible, Health Minister Dr Fuad Khan said yesterday.
Long, long wait at T&T hospitals
Emergencies at public health institutions in this country are generally prioritised by gunshot wounds, stab wounds or arriving in an unconscious state.
Cabinet approves $17 Million to fight Vagrancy
In an attempt to fight the scourge of vagrancy head-on, Cabinet has approved $17 million to be spent this year and next year on street dwellers.
Who is more at risk, Afro or Indo Trinis?
The Deputy Commissioner of Police, Mr Mervyn Richardson, recently told the country that a state of war exists between gangs and that in this conflict, Afro-Trinis are killing Afro-Trinis. According to Richardson, 75 per cent of the victims of gang warfare are other Afro-Trinis between 21 and 30 years of age and that the main weapons of community ... (more)
Ordination of Presbyterian ministers tomorrow
Three new Presbyterian Church ministers will be ordained tomorrow at a ceremony at the Susamachar Presbyterian Church, Coffee Street, San Fernando.
3 accused fraudsters have history but Cop can't get bail revoked
Police prosecutors yesterday sought to have the bail of four people accused of more than $2 million in credit-card fraud revoked, after learning that all but one of them had been deported from several countries for similar offences.