Daily Brief

Daily Brief - Monday 16th July, 2018

With 60,000 calls from the public reporting child abuse and 15,000 currently engaging the attention of the Children’s Authority, its chairman Hanif Benjamin has appealed to citizens to open their homes and hearts to these children in need of care. Read more

16th July 2018

Daily Brief - Friday 13th July, 2018

Las Cuevas beach is facing several challenges, not the least of which are a malfunctioning sewer plant, inconsistent washroom opening hours, temporary closure of the sole on-site restaurant and loss of its Blue Flag status. At first glance on a visit to Las Cuevas, you may not notice anything wrong,... Read more

13th July 2018

Daily Brief - Thursday 12th July, 2018

The TT Manufacturers’ Association (TTMA) is "Proudly T&T" and it is hoping to inspire the public to join it in making the country more productive and competitive. “It’s more than just a corporate social responsibility project. We recognise as a nation we have to get more competitive and productive. Read more

12th July 2018

Daily Brief - Wednesday 11th July, 2018

The MV Galleons Passage has left Cuba. National Infrastructure Development Company (Nidco) president Esther Farmer informed Newsday yesterday of the vessel’s departure. Farmer said there were no issues with the vessel before it left on its journey to TT. Read more

11th July 2018

Daily Brief - Tuesday 10th July, 2018

Young and visually impaired Arielle Lewis, Jaidon Vincent and Akshay Sirju are not only daydreaming of a bright future ahead. Born visually impaired, the three primary school students made their parents very proud by studying for the Secondary Examination Assessment (SEA) at their respective schools. Read more

10th July 2018

Daily Brief- Wednesday 4th July 2018

THE Joint Select Committee (JSC) on State Enterprises yesterday found that Caribbean Airlines Ltd (CAL) CEO Garvin Medera broke a number of rules and flouted proper procedures since his appointment in October and the issues included hiring of employees without security background checks and sitting on an interview panel that... Read more

4th July 2018

Daily Brief - Friday 29th June, 2018

For stealing $16,000 in car parts from a magistrate, Ronnie Mohammed was sent to jail for two years with hard labour. Mohammed, 58, of Springvale, San Fernando, pleaded guilty yesterday before San Fernando Magistrate Natalie Diop. Read more

29th June 2018

Daily Brief - Thursday 28th June, 2018

Heartless criminals have deprived the poor, needy, homeless and children of hot meals by stealing items including food from the Holy Cross RC Church’s soup kitchen on the church compound in Buen Intento Road, Princes Town. Read more

28th June 2018

Daily Brief - Wednesday 27th June, 2018

There must be a commitment to human rights framework and that commitment must transcend borders says Prof Rose-Marie Belle Antoine, Dean of Law, University of the West Indies. Antoine, while speaking at the regional forum on Migrants and Mobile Populations Rights and Health held yesterday at the Parliament building in... Read more

27th June 2018

Daily Brief - Tuesday 26th June, 2018

Special Reserve Police Naren Beharry, 30, yesterday appeared before a Chaguanas magistrate for allegedly having a gun and ammunition with intent to endanger lives. Beharry appeared before Joanne Connor in the First Court also charged with two counts of common assault. Insp Jugmohan of the Chaguanas police station laid the charges. Read more

26th June 2018

Daily Brief - Monday 25th June, 2018

Movement for Social Justice (MSJ) leader David Abdulah is describing as “heartless” the manner in which several CEPEP workers in Laventille were put on the breadline. At a media conference held at the party’s Royal Road, San Fernando headquarters yesterday, Abdulah said CEPEP chairman Ashton Ford said the contractor who... Read more

25th June 2018

Daily Brief - Friday 22nd June, 2018

Banking, Insurance and General Workers Union president Vincent Cabrera is predicting people will flee Venezuela to TT in the hundreds of thousands if ever civil war breaks out in that South American country. Addressing a Labour Day rally at Charlie King junction, Fyzabad on Tuesday, Cabrera questioned remarks by US... Read more

22nd June 2018

Daily Brief - Thursday 21st June, 2018

Prisons Commissioner Gerard Wilson said he is questioning the timing of the release of information pertaining to compromised locks at the Port of Spain prison. Newsday reported on Monday that the locks at the prison were deemed compromised three years ago and to date the locks were not changed. Read more

21st June 2018

Daily Brief - Wednesday 20th June, 2018

A recent call for gangsters to become organ donors if they intend to die in gang war may have led to zero killings last weekend, said Port of Spain Division Senior Supt Floris Hodge-Griffith. Newsday asked if her remarks at a police town meeting at Mango Rose, Piccadilly Street, East... Read more

20th June 2018

Daily Brief - Monday 18th June, 2018

This Labour Day, the National Trade Union Centre of Trinidad and Tobago (NATUC) will be celebrating in Tobago. NATUC members include Banking, Insurance and General Workers Union (BGIWU) and the National Union of Domestic Employees among others. Read more

18th June 2018

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