Daily Brief

Daily Brief - Thursday 14th November, 2019

Rudven Prout died as a result of blunt force trauma to the head according to his autopsy report. The 56-year-old was beaten on the head and thrown over a precipice on November 6 and found 200 plus feet below, two days later. Read more

14th November 2019


Wednesday 13th November, 2019

even hundred thousand dollars' worth of home construction materials has been distributed to 32 applicants who suffered significant damage to their homes during the passage of Tropical Storm Karen on September 22. Read more here… Read more

13th November 2019


Daily Brief - Tuesday 12th November, 2019

This country has to look at its own context and what works for it in terms of eliminating single-use plastics from mainstream consumption, since its strategy may not necessarily work for another country and vice versa. Read more

12th November 2019


Daily Brief - Monday 11th November, 2019

The collaboration with Coosal Group of Companies and Habitat for Humanity has brought “unspeakable joy” to a 60-year-old visually impaired Chaguanas mother who cares for her special needs adult son. Angela Swamber and her son Aaron, 29, who has cerebral palsy, will soon receive a new home next door to... Read more

11th November 2019


New News Article

PUBLIC Utilities Minister Robert Le Hunte has said he cannot promise water to the people of the South on 24/7 basis because he is not a “magician”. But he is promising from next year there would be a two- to three-day a week supply. Read more here Read more

8th November 2019


Daily Brief - Thursday 7th November, 2019

Three men described by police as “known offenders” are in custody after they were caught wearing tactical police gear. One of the men is believed to be a retired police officer who worked in the Northeastern Division. Read more

7th November 2019


Daily Brief - Wednesday 6th November, 2019

Police Complaints Authority (PCA) director David West has said the police and the PCA are working on a memorandum of understanding which does not require legislative intervention. “We are almost complete with it. Once it is complete will see how it works.” West, speaking to Newsday in a phone interview,... Read more

6th November 2019


Daily Brief - Tuesday 5th November, 2019

Diego Martin and environs will have the opportunity to experience the world of Science, Technology and Innovation through Community Science Week hosted by the National Institute of Higher Education, Research, Science and Technology (Niherst). Community Science Week began yesterday and runs until Saturday at St Anthony’s College, Westmoorings. Read more

5th November 2019


Daily Brief - Monday 4th November, 2019

Forty-Four men and women received their certificates at the Caregivers Training Programme graduation ceremony on Friday at the ANR Robinson Meeting Room of the International Waterfront, Port of Spain. Hosted by the Office of the Prime Minister (OPM), Ayanna Webster-Roy, Minister of State in the OPM, first thanked the TT... Read more

4th November 2019


Daily Brief - Friday 1st November, 2019

Clare Anthony Alcala, the man found under a mattress at a dumping area at Penal last Thursday, suffered a fatal blow to his head.Police believe the killers hit Alcala with an object, then dumped the body at the site at Penal/Quinam Road. Read more

1st November 2019


Daily Brief - Thursday 31st October, 2019

Cov­er up! That is one of the ma­jor find­ings of the re­port of a com­mit­tee set up by Prime Min­is­ter Dr Kei­th Row­ley to in­ves­ti­gate the cir­cum­stances sur­round­ing the dis­missal and pay­ment of $150,000 to a for­mer em­ploy­ee of the Min­istry of Sport and Youth Af­fairs, af­ter she al­leged that... Read more

31st October 2019


Daily Brief - Wednesday 30th October, 2019

As rough seas con­tin­ued to bat­ter this coun­try’s coast­lines yes­ter­day, fish­er­men in Mara­cas and Las Cuevas were un­able to go out to sea and in­stead spent the day re­pair­ing their fish­ing ves­sels. A Guardian Me­dia team vis­it­ed the North Coast yes­ter­day and spoke to sev­er­al fish­er­men who said al­though they... Read more

30th October 2019


Daily Brief - Tuesday 29th October, 2019

The Movement for Social Justice (MSJ), will be very involved with the mobilisation and with solidarity with organisations that have been calling for the legalisation of marijuana. Speaking at the MSJ headquarters on Lord Street, San Fernando, yesterday, MSJ leader David Abdulah said it was through public pressure that government... Read more

29th October 2019


Daily Brief - Friday 25th October, 2019

Police Commissioner Gary Griffith met with members of the Congress of the People (COP) to discuss security concerns in light of the upcoming local government and general elections. A media release yesterday said the meeting was part of Griffith’s plan to meet with all relevant political parties ahead of the... Read more

25th October 2019


Daily Brief - Thursday 24th October, 2019

Prime Minister Dr Keith ­Rowley turns 70 today.Rowley is the oldest serving prime minister in Trinidad and Tobago’s history, and if he returns to the polls and is successful next year he will be one of the oldest serving members of Parliament. Read more here Read more

24th October 2019


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