Monday May 13
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.
Monday May 13
Missing patient found dead in drain- Widow sues Sando hospital for negligence
The widow of a patient, whose naked, bruised and bitten body was found in a drain the day after he walked out of San Fernando General Hospital, has filed a negligence lawsuit against the South West Regional Health Authority .
Sun May 12, 2013
Mother's Day baby in Sangre Grande
Crystal Ramoutarsingh of Stone Bright Village, Guayaguayare gave birth to her daughter at 6.55 am.
Mother's day heartbreak at Sunshine's funeral
Family members comfort Leanette Alfred, mother of Sunshine Alfred, during the funeral service yesterday at Belgroves Prayer Room, Coffee Street, San Fernando.
Sat May 11, 2013
Dame Louise celebrates 101st birthday
Former Independent Senator Dame Louise Horne has always been open-minded and outspoken.
Thu May 09, 2013
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.
Missing Girl Found - Beaten, Stabbed to Death
A 17-YEAR old San Fernando girl reported missing three days ago was found dead yesterday in Princes Town.
Trinidad and Tobago News
CAL Five Absent
CAL Five Absent Board fails to meet after 'free tickets' report Bharath seeks report on 'tickets for pals' Chairman of Caribbean Airlines Ltd Rabindra Moonan has been ordered to submit a report to the Ministry of Finance.
18,039 write SEA today
Pupils of S Gabriel's Girls' RC and San Fernando Boys' RC Schools attended a Holy Mass for the Secondary Entrance Assessment candidates at pro-Cathedral of Our Lady of Perpetual Light, San Fernando, yesterday.
Wed May 08, 2013
Tewarie: Building sector booming
GETTING STARTED: Planning Minister Dr Bhoe Tewarie, centre, and chairman of JT Allum Carl Mack turn the sod yesterday to start work for the new C3 Centre which will be constructed at Corinth, San Fernando.
Tue May 07, 2013
$6M preparation for sextuplets
THE North West Central Regional Health Authority spared no cost to meet the demands of delivering Trinidad and Tobago and the Caribbean's first sextuplets, spending $6 million in equipment alone, excluding recurrent expenditure.
Mon May 06, 2013
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.
Bleeding teen suffers miscarriage after five-hour wait
A bleeding pregnant 18-year-old of Tamana South who was admitted to the Sangre Grande Hospital yesterday afternoon for a miscarriage was made to wait for almost five hours in the casualty department before she was seen by a doctor.
Sun May 05, 2013
Man denied bail after attack on cop
A CRIMINAL deportee appeared before a Sangre Grande magistrate on Friday morning, charged with attacking a police officer after being detained at Sangre Grande Police Station on suspicion that he was attempting to commit a robbery.
Sat May 04, 2013
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.
Thu May 02, 2013
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)
Wed May 01, 2013
Roget to McLeod: Come back home
PLEASE come back home. This was the call from Ancel Roget, leader of the Oilfield Workers Trade Union , to Labour Minister Errol McLeod yesterday as he addressed thousands of union members in San Fernando.
Mon Apr 29, 2013
It's easy as 1,2,3
Devi Amrapali Gayah-Manbode has been a teacher for over ten years of her life. So when she opened the doors to her Touch Math Academy in Charlieville, Chaguanas, on April 11, it was with much pride and a sense of accomplishment.
Floods hit TT
It is a little over a month before the official start of the 2013 rainy season but heavy rainfall resulting in flooding across Trinidad and Tobago over the weekend has left many fearing what the season may bring.
Sat Apr 27, 2013
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.