Daily Brief

Daily Brief - Monday 14th August, 2017

Trinidad and Tobago men’s 4x400-metre relay team saved the best for last yesterday as they captured gold in the final event, at the 2017 IAAF World Championships in London, England. The quartet of Jarrin Solomon, Jereem Richards, Machel Cedenio and Lalonde Gordon brought joy to the hearts of the twin-island... Read more

14th August 2017


Daily Brief - Friday 11th August, 2017

A year after Japanese pannist Asami Nagakiya was murdered and her body dumped under a tree at the Queen’s Park Savannah opposite Queen’s Royal College, new information on the case was revealed publicly for the first time yesterday by the pathologist who conducted an autopsy on the woman. Read more

11th August 2017


Daily Brief - Thursday 10th August, 2017

Social-media discussions were set ablaze Tuesday night following news that a Social Studies textbook, published by a local author, did not include any details on Emancipation Day or Indian Arrival Day but had information on Halloween and World Water Day. Read more

10th August 2017


Daily Brief- Wednesday 9th August, 2017

An army of investigating officers will be unleashed to probe individuals suspected of lying about their family income in the means-test for their Government Assistance with Tuition Expenses (GATE) application, Education Minister Anthony Garcia announced yesterday a news briefing at his Port of Spain office. Read more

9th August 2017


Daily Brief - Tuesday 8th August, 2017

A Cedros mother of four wept hysterically yesterday as she recalled the horror of losing her only daughter who, in the blink of an eye, was gone, drowned during a family outing at Columbus Bay in Cedros on Sunday. Read more

8th August 2017


Daily Brief - Monday 7th August, 2017

The owner of a wrecking service was killed in a tragic accident while trying to help the owner of a vehicle who stopped on the shoulder of the northbound lane of the Uriah Butler Highway, in the vicinity of the Charlieville Masjid yesterday afternoon. Read more

7th August 2017


Daily Brief - Friday 4th August, 2017

Major and sustained turbulence, minutes before American Airlines (AA) Flight 2713 landed at Piarco International Airport, led to 30 passengers being treated at the airport with three being sent to the Arima District Hospital for further treatment on Wednesday night. Read more

4th August 2017


Daily Brief - Thursday 3rd August, 2017

An Arouca man was bounced down by his own car and killed on Tuesday in what police said was a case of a brawl over a woman, between the victim another man, with whom the woman has a child. Read more

3rd August 2017


Daily Brief - Wednesday 2nd August, 2017

Emancipation Day is not about dressing up for one day, but living freedom in one’s heart. However it is difficult to find that inner freedom when one does not know the history of it. This according to cultural activist Eintou Pearl Springer who again lamented the lack of local and... Read more

2nd August 2017


Daily Brief - Monday 31st July, 2017

Prime seafront land in Tobago has been grossly undervalued, at just $10 per square foot, in its recent transfer from Clico to the Government as part of a plant to help pay off Clico’s $15 billion debt incurred in its 2008 bailout by taxpayers. Read more

31st July 2017


Daily Brief- Friday 28th July 2017

A SEVEN-YEAR-OLD boy drowned on Wednesday afternoon at his Millennium Park, Trincity home after his right hand got stuck in the pump inside the pool.Riberto Heeraman is believed to have drowned after he attempted to pull his hand from the pump but became confused and remained submerged in the water... Read more

28th July 2017


Daily Brief - Wednesday 26th July, 2017

Within 24 hours, between Monday and yesterday four people were murdered in three unrelated incidents while a man was shot dead by a security guard in what has been described as a botched robbery and two others remain warded at hospital following a shooting. Read more

26th July 2017


Daily Brief - Tuesday 25th July 2017

This country’s land and marine environment are under “considerable threat.” Planning Minister Camille Robins on-Re g i s made this observation to members of the new board of governors of the Institute of Marine Affairs (IMA) during a recent ceremony at the Old Fire Station on Abercromby Street, Port- of-... Read more

25th July 2017


Daily Brief - Monday 24th July, 2017

A 31-year-old Guyanese man who buggered and forced a law student to carry out grevious sexual acts was yesterday assisting the Arouca police in their investigation into the two offences. The traumatised victim, who is from Tobago, returned to the sister isle on Saturday night, hours after the incident, and... Read more

24th July 2017


Daily Brief - Friday 21st July 2017

The funeral for media worker Carlet Holder was halted mid-service yesterday, when a woman, said to be Holder’s aunt, walked into the St Theresa RC Church in Woodbrook and declared before shocked mourners and Fr Emmanuel Pierre, “This funeral can’t happen!” With a shocked silence following this announcement, the woman... Read more

21st July 2017


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