Daily Brief

Daily Brief - Tuesday 3rd April, 2018

Support for Dominica and criticism of TT is growing, as the Trinidad and Tobago Manufacturers’ Association (TTMA) is the latest entity to comment on this country’s recent refusal to support Dominica’s request for a two-year waiver of its annual Organisation of American States (OAS) contribution. Read more here Read more

3rd April 2018


Daily Brief - Wednesday 28th March, 2018

Technological advancement and innovation in agriculture along with the active involvement of youth in the sector, were among the many features observed by Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley who along with a team of officers from the Ministry of Agriculture, Land and Fisheries (MALF) - toured a series of agricultural... Read more

28th March 2018


Daily Brief - Tuesday 27th March, 2018

One day after 39-year-old mother Kumti Deopersad went missing, she contacted her common-law husband and told him that four men kidnapped her and another woman near the Princes Town district health facility. Today marks a week since her disappearance and her worried husband Tilkee Gopaul, 60, is pleading for her... Read more

27th March 2018


Daily Brief - Monday 26th March, 2018

The body of a man with the lower half of his face skinned was found in Couva yesterday. According to reports, around 6.30am yesterday officers from the Freeport Police Station responded to a report that a body was seen lying on the side of the road along Exchange Couva link... Read more

26th March 2018


Daily Brief - Friday 23rd March, 2018

Wayne Caesar, chairman of Telecommunications Services’ (TSTT) pensioners’ committee, yesterday called on TSTT’s management to pay former workers money owed to them. A small group of TSTT retirees staged a silent protest in front of TSTT’s head office, Edward Street, Port of Spain. Read more

23rd March 2018


Daily Brief- Thursday 22nd March 2018

A domestic dispute yesterday turned deadly for a 27-year-old woman, after she was stabbed in the neck by her lover in broad daylight at the Croisee in San Juan. Anita Bahadur, of Evelyn Trace, San Juan, later succumbed to her injuries at the Eric Williams Medical Sciences Complex in Mount Hope. Read more

22nd March 2018


Daily Brief - Wednesday 21st March, 2018

Five vehicles, including a water tender, were seized from the Siparia Regional Corporation (SRC) yesterday after the corporation failed to pay a $750,000 judgement against it. Chairman Dr Glenn Ramadharsingh said bailiffs representing a former SRC employee, in whose favour the judgement was granted in 2017, descended on the SRC yesterday. Read more

21st March 2018


Daily Brief - Tuesday 20th March, 2018

Barrackpore residents are appealing to Works and Transport Minister Rohan Sinanan to ensure that a bridge in their community does not collapse. The bridge, which one resident said is over 60-years-old, has been cracking since November. Since January, Ministry of Works crews begun patching these cracks. Read more

20th March 2018


Daily Brief - Monday 19th march, 2018

As Petrotrin restructures in an attempt to return to profitability, the state oil company needs to manage and in some cases mitigate the power and influence of two of its biggest stakeholders: government and the Oilfield Workers Trade Union. Read more

19th March 2018


Daily Brief - Friday 16th March, 2018

Operations at Piarco Airport and the ANR Robinson Airport in Tobago are normal, according to corporate communications manager at Caribbean Airlines (CAL) Dionne Ligoure. CAL increased its domestic flights to support the number of passengers affected by the disruption of the ferry service and to reinforce its service on the airbridge. Read more

16th March 2018


Daily Brief - Thursday 15th March, 2018

“I am glad the video has gone viral and is now being viewed by an international audience. Now the world can see what is happening in this country. It is frightening!” so said Ranjit Thackor, owner of RT Jewellers Ltd, High Street San Fernando. Read more

15th March 2018


Daily Brief - Tuesday 13th March, 2018

The Children’s Authority has visited and interviewed the teenage daughter of Raquel Madoo. The child’s maternal grandmother, who has been taking care of her since Saturday, said staff from the authority interviewed the girl over the weekend. Read more

13th March 2018


Daily Brief - Monday 12th March, 2018

A senior official of A&V Oil and Gas was released shortly after 9 pm on Saturday after spending more than 48 hours in police custody. He was charged on Thursday night by ASP Chandool of the Professional Standards Bureau with obstruction of justice and was scheduled to appear before a... Read more

12th March 2018


Daily Brief - Friday 9th March, 2018

The Point Fortin Area Hospital was plunged into darkness for almost an hour Wednesday night when a power outage was compounded by a malfunctioning generator which failed to kick in. Patients who spoke to Newsday, said there were anxious moments as some of them started to panic when shortly after... Read more

9th March 2018


Daily Brief - Thursday 8th March, 2018

AS questions surround the granting of a six-month sabbatical to embattled Chief Justice Ivor Archie, the CJ steered clear of the media yesterday, as he opened the Children’s Court (South) in Fyzabad. Project manager of the Juvenile Court Candice Davis-Blackman blocked reporters from speaking with the CJ or accompanying him... Read more

8th March 2018


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