Daily Brief

Daily Brief - Monday 20th February, 2017

Six former monarchs are among the 15 calypsonians who will battle against defending National Calypso Monarch Devon Seale for the title come Carnival Sunday night at Dimanche Gras at the Queen’s Park Savannah, Port of Spain. Read more

20th February 2017

Daily Brief - Friday 17th February, 2017

Matthew King appeared yesterday before Chief Magistrate Marcia Ayers-Caesar charged with the murder of Jamilia de Revenaux at MovieTowne on February 5. King, 30, of Chinapoo Village, Morvant and Mora Drive, Cleaver Heights, Arima was charged late Wednesday after Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP) Roger Gaspard SC, gave instructions to... Read more

17th February 2017

Daily Brief - Thursday 16th February, 2017

Missing for more than two weeks, 15-year-old Melissa Samlal has contacted her mother, telling a scary story of being taken to an unknown location by a woman she met on Facebook who now refuses to let her go home. Read more

16th February 2017

Daily Brief - Wednesday 15th February, 2017

Incensed that only one member of its cast was picked to be among 42 calypsonians to compete at the Calypso Fiesta and a place in the National Calypso Monarch grand finals, president of the Kalypso Revue Eric “Pink Panther” Taylor said the tent would quit being a member of Trinbago... Read more

15th February 2017

Daily Brief - Tuesday 14th February, 2017

The National Parents Teachers Association (NPTA) is calling for a fresh and independent probe into an alleged bullying attack at the Mayaro Government Primary school which has left nineyear- old Tristan Khan nursing a dislocated right elbow. Read more

14th February 2017

Daily Brief - Monday 13th February, 2017

At least one of the relatives of five police officers who died in line of duty has qualified for the million-dollar payout promised by the last administration and the current government. Sources revealed that the qualifying officer is PC Sherman Maynard who was slain outside Port-of-Spain Prison. Read more

13th February 2017

Daily Brief - Friday 10th February, 2017

Just how low will this country’s bandits go as they prey on innocent, law-abiding citizens? This was the question asked by police investigating a case in which three women, all clutching copies of the Holy Bible in their hands, held up a Chaguanas woman at gunpoint on Wednesday morning. Read more

10th February 2017

Daily Brief - Thursday 9th February, 2017

An 11 month old baby girl was fed sleep medication in her tea to assist her in falling asleep. The child slipped into a coma and after scans revealed she was brain dead, the plugs to the machines keeping her alive at the Eric Williams Medical Sciences Complex (EWMSC) in... Read more

9th February 2017

Daily Brief - Wednesday 8th February, 2017

Kenny ‘Boy Boy’ Ramroop, 31, appeared yesterday before a Siparia magistrate charged for the murder of Nadia Simms, whose body was found in a shallow grave by iguana hunters, four days after relatives reported her missing. Read more

8th February 2017

Daily Brief - Tuesday 7th February, 2017

In the face of rampant crime and a murder rate of 62 (up to press time), Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley last evening said there is enough police officers in this country and once these men and women effectively do the work they are paid to do, crime will be... Read more

7th February 2017

Daily Brief - Monday 6th February, 2017

Reporters from the New York Times and Al Jazeera are speaking to members of T&T’s Muslim community following last week’s news that 130 nationals are involved in terrorist activities in countries abroad. The updated figure was given last Tuesday by National Security Minister Edmund Dillon following MSNBC commentator Malcolm Nance’s... Read more

6th February 2017

Daily Brief - Friday 3rd February, 2017

Nine year-old schoolboy risk the use of his right arm after a classmate - described as an unrepentant bully - viciously attacked him during school hours on Wednesday and stamped on his arm, breaking the elbow socket of the limb. Read more

3rd February 2017

Daily Brief - Thursday 2nd February, 2017

Nadia Simms left home last week Saturday to attend a job interview hoping for the best. What she got instead was death. A country-wide search by police, soldiers, cadaver dogs, relatives and hunters ended yesterday when the 25-year-old woman’s decomposing body was found in a shallow grave in some bushes in... Read more

2nd February 2017

Daily Brief - Wednesday 1st February, 2017

Santa Cruz businessman Ricky Ragoonanan last evening made it clear to Newsday that he knows nothing about US$2 million which was found stashed among plyboard in a container at the Port in Pt Lisas last year. Read more

1st February 2017

Daily Brief - Tuesday 31st January, 2017

Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley yesterday condemned allegations by former United States Navy Petty Officer Malcolm Nance that TT was among a group of countries which had more terrorists than seven predominantly Muslim countries, whose citizens have been banned by US President Donald Trump from entering the United States. Read more

31st January 2017

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