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Thursday, July 18, 2019

T&T denying Jamaicans entry may worsen relations

- Private sector organisations in Jamaica and Trinidad and Tobago are worried that the recent spate of Jamaicans being turned away from the...

LIAT resumes normal operations following end to strike

- LIAT says its operations are returning to normal following the end of industrial action by members of its pilots’ union. Acting Chief Executive...

T&T among highest cancer mortality rates in the Americas – report

- Trinidad and Tobago is among three countries with the highest cancer mortality rates in the Americas, according to a new report released...

Thirty member church team among LIAT passengers stranded at Ogle Airport

By Kurt Campbell - A thirty member church team traveling to Barbados are among several LIAT passengers that are left stranded at the Ogle...

LIAT flights grounded following strike action by pilots

- LIAT in an advisory to its passengers on Tuesday, November 5 noted that as a result of action taken  by its airline...

Opposition wins Trinidad by-election

- The People’s Partnership coalition government has suffered yet another defeat in what has been a marathon series of elections in Trinidad and...

Guyanese boy stabbed to death in Barbados

- An air of sadness enveloped the Pinder household at Cypress Street in Barbados on Saturday as family and friends grieved over the...

Caribbean countries need to face reality of global economic crisis – St. Lucia’s PM

- St. Lucia’s Prime Minister Dr. Kenny Anthony says some Caribbean countries are refusing to face up to the impact of the global...

Million-dollar sex trade in T&T

 - There is a multi-million-dollar sex slave trade taking place between Trinidad and South America where persons are being held against their will, forced...

Turks and Caicos Attorney General resigns, intends to sue government

- Attorney General Huw Shepheard has tended his resignation from the Turks and Caicos Islands (TCI) government effective November 1, according to a...

Recent Articles

Higher standards needed for persons seeking to become teachers – BVI Minister

By: Davina Ramdass  As CARICOM embarks on an initiative to review existing teaching standards, a recommendation has been made for there to be a higher...

“Pepper spray saved my life” – survivor of Norton St. shooting

By: Kizzy Coleman For two years, she suffered severe beatings at the hands of a man she truly loved and wanted to please. She was battered...

AmCham Guyana says companies must be held accountable for damage to environment

The need for companies to make an effort to reduce their carbon footprint, observe health and safety policies, and be held accountable by the...

Guyana and Japan looking to further strengthen bilateral cooperation

Guyana and Japan are looking to further strengthen bilateral cooperation, particularly in the area of energy. This was highlighted on Wednesday morning when President David...

Opposition finds Alves, La Bennet as “unfavourable” candidates for GECOM Chair

The Opposition did not find favour with Attorney Kesaundra Alves and Justice Claudette La Bennet as nominees for the post of chairperson of the...

Stansted ‘disruptive passenger’: Woman faces £85,000 bill

(BBC) A woman who allegedly caused a flight to be diverted due to "extremely disruptive behaviour" has been given an £85,000 bill by an...

Antigua Government not willing to pay price Barbados wants for its LIAT shares

Prime Minister Gaston Browne has disclosed that the US$44 million price Barbados was asking for its LIAT shares was too steep, insisting that while...

Mechanic remanded for possession of high-powered weapon

A 32-year-old motorcycle mechanic was today remanded to prison for the illegal possession of a high-powered weapon. Devon Atkinson, known as “Wild Buck”, of Kitty,...

21-Y-O charged for robbing, shooting Kristian Jeffery

A 21-year-old resident of Alberttown, Georgetown was today charged for the shooting and robbing of motor racer, Kristian Jeffery who was attacked by a...

Top Cop signals intention to replace SOCU Head

Police Commissioner Leslie James has signaled the administration’s intention to replace Sydney James as the Head of the Special Organised Crime Unit (SOCU). “Later on,...