Daily Brief

Daily Brief- Friday 14th December 2018

The now high­ly pub­li­cised "Sex Is­land" fete is not ap­par­ent­ly tak­ing place this week­end in T&T as pre­vi­ous­ly ad­ver­tised and re­port­ed, but on a neigh­bour­ing Venezue­lan is­land - Is­la Mar­gari­ta.How­ev­er, law en­force­ment agen­cies are not let­ting their guards down de­spite this lat­est in­for­ma­tion re­port­ed in the Unit­ed King­dom me­dia yes­ter­day. Read more

14th December 2018


Daily Brief- Thursday 13th December 2018

OPPOSITION activist Devant Maharaj has been criticised by some yet praised by others for revealing the personal cell phone number of Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley and other senior Cabinet ministers. Read more… Read more

13th December 2018


Daily Brief - Tuesday 11th December 2018

THE TWO women held last week Tuesday at an apartment at Regents Gardens, Westmoorings, during a multi-million-dollar drug bust have both been granted bail of $6 million each. Krystiana Sankar and Yannis Pebbles Augustine were each granted bail by Port of Spain magistrate Aden Stroude when they reappeared in the... Read more

11th December 2018


Daily Brief - Monday 12th December, 2018

Miss World TT, Ysabel Bisnath, did not make it into the top 30 of the 2018 Miss World pageant in Sanya, China yesterday, but many Trinis still believe she is a winner. Barbados and Jamaica made it into the top 30 with Jamaica’s Kadijah Robinson getting into the top five... Read more

10th December 2018


Daily Brief - Friday 7th December, 2018

The Trinidad and Tobago Manufacturers Association (TTMA) is seeking to applaud Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley and Trade and Industry Minister Paula Gopee-Scoon for including the private sector in discussions regarding the Caribbean Heads of Government meeting that took place earlier this week. Read more

7th December 2018


Daily Brief - Thursday 6th December, 2018

The Trinidad and Tobago Manufacturers’ Association is commending the Commissioner of Police on the progress made in policing across the country since his appointment to the Top Cop position in August. The TTMA notes the many positive outcomes of the operations, which Commissioner Griffith has spearheaded within recent times, inclusive... Read more

6th December 2018


Daily Brief - Wednesday 5th December 2018

ENERGY Minister Franklin Khan says all former Petrotrin employees have received severance payments. “As I speak all workers on the Petrotrin payroll have been paid including the 1,129 non-permanent workers who qualify for ex gratia payments.” Read more here Read more

5th December 2018


Daily Brief - Tuesday 4th December, 2018

The man who is believed to have orchestrated the daring, daylight kidnapping last week of UWI manager Maria Dass-Supersad, at the St Augustine campus, did so from behind prison walls. National Security intelligence sources said this prisoner is suspected of running an illegal operation from his prison cell and has... Read more

4th December 2018


Daily Brief- Monday 3rd December 2018

An el­der­ly Cunu­pia cou­ple was tied up and robbed by four ban­dits at gun­point on yes­ter­day morn­ing.The 71-year-old woman and her 74-year-old hus­band, who did not want to be named, told the T&T Guardian the ban­dits stormed their Munroe Road home around 7 am. Read more

3rd December 2018


Daily Brief - Friday 30th November, 2018

Maria Dass-Supersad was kept in a makeshift camp deep in the Caura forests by two kidnappers, who used a sedative to drug her while they kept her under close watch. In the camp, the two made contact with Dass-Supersad’s loved ones and demanded $1m for her safe release. Read more

30th November 2018


Daily Brief - Wednesday 28th November, 2018

Former minister of food production, land and agriculture Vasant Bharath yesterday called on the Prime Minister to meet with him and members of the TT Agricultural Society to discuss the future of the St Augustine Nurseries and to prevent any development in the area. Read more

28th November 2018


Daily Brief - Tuesday 27th November, 2018

“The cycle of babies having babies, which has contributed to a lot of ills in our society, must be broken,” says Rennie Thomas-Caines, dean at Queen’s Royal College. Thomas-Caines was among other speakers at the Positive Community, Positive Role Models symposium held at the Enterprise Government Primary School on Saturday. Read more

27th November 2018


Daily Brief - Monday 26th November, 2018

Two people were held with five scarlet ibis carcasses at the Caroni Bird Sanctuary, yesterday. Agriculture Minister Clarence Rambharat announced the arrest in a Facebook post. “There is no doubt today that the scarlet ibis is an Environmentally Sensitive Species (ESS) under the Environmentally Sensitive Species Rules and possession involves... Read more

26th November 2018


Daily Brief- Friday 23rd November 2018

MANAGING Director of Superb Caterers Ltd, Wayne Ali, is robustly defending his name and the reputation of his company after a revelation in the Senate on Tuesday that he submitted inflated catering bills to Petrotrin for meals provided to the company on November 11 and 17. Read more… Read more

23rd November 2018


Daily Brief - Thursday 22nd November, 2018

DeNovo Energy Ltd has made the first natural gas delivery from its Iguana Field in the south-western coast of Trinidad, to the National Gas Company, said in a release. DeNovo, part the Swiss-based Proman Group, is now TT’s fifth natural gas producer, and has committed to delivering 80 million standard... Read more

22nd November 2018


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