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Daily Brief - Thursday 25th July, 2019

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24th July 2019


Daily Brief - Tuesday 23rd July, 2019

A Gov­ern­ment min­is­ter pub­licly dis­closed on Monday that he had to seek po­lice pro­tec­tion af­ter a crim­i­nal gang threat­ened him so that he could help arrange a por­tion of a mul­ti-mil­lion dol­lar State con­tract in the Moru­ga dis­trict. Read more

23rd July 2019


Daily Brief - Thursday 22nd July, 2019

Members of the Port of Spain CID are still questioning a 38-year-old Sea Lots businessman after he was detained in relation to a series of shootings and murders in east Port of Spain and Laventille on Saturday morning. Read more here… Read more

22nd July 2019


Daily Brief - Friday 19th July, 2018

A run for a late-night snack at KFC in West­moor­ings turned dead­ly when gun­men am­bushed a car in the park­ing lot and opened fire on Thurs­day night- Read more

19th July 2019


Daily brief - Thursday 18th July, 2019

Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley came under heavy fire from the Opposition yesterday following the announcement by Police Commissioner Gary Griffith that the Emailgate probe had ended and no charges will be laid. Read more here Read more

18th July 2019


Daily Brief - Tuesday 16th July, 2019

Citizens reeled in shock yesterday when news broke that veteran actor and director Raymond Choo Kong had been murdered. Read more

16th July 2019


Daily Brief - Monday 15th July, 2019

The People’s National Movement (PNM) is on a corruption attack and will not allow thieves and corrupt persons to run this country, says Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley. Rowley made the remarks as he defended his Government’s move to launch a commission of enquiry into land acquisition for the multi-billion-dollar... Read more

15th July 2019


Daily Brief - Friday 12th July, 2019

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12th July 2019


Daily Brief - Wednesday 10th July, 2019

DON’T DARE think of firing Jason Holder as captain of the West Indies cricket team! That stern warning has come from the man who appointed him four years ago, Clive Lloyd, the former successful West Indies captain and chairman of selectors who believes the problem in the regional team doesn’t... Read more

10th July 2019


Daily Brief - Friday 28th June, 2019

TWO Trinidadian pupils are off to the US this week to participate in the National Youth Science Camp 2019. The US Embassy in Port of Spain, in collaboration with the National Institute of Higher Education, Research, Science and Technology (NIHERST), announced the pupils as Teveer ­Balraj of Naparima College and... Read more

28th June 2019


Daily Brief - Thursday 27th June, 2019

“Positive change to eradicate negative actions” chanted Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) graduates along with Parliamentary Secretary in the Ministry of National Security Glenda Jennings-Smith at the CCC's graduation ceremony at the Tonia Hall, Centre of Excellence, Macoya yesterday. Read more

27th June 2019


Daily Brief - Wednesday 26th June, 2019

National Union of Government and Federated Workers (NUGFW) acting president general Christopher Street has expressed concern over a provision in the Miscellaneous Provisions (Local Government Reform) Bill empowering councillors to determine who will be hired. He was speaking yesterday at a media conference at NUGFW’s offices, Henry Street, Port of Spain. Read more

26th June 2019


Daily Brief - Tuesday 25th June, 2019

Automated passport kiosks at Piarco Airport are working. In a statement yesterday, the Airports Authority said all automated passport kiosks in the immigration hall at the airport are “fully functional” and were all operational at Piarco last Sunday. Newsday was informed that the kiosks were not working last Sunday. Read more

25th June 2019


Daily Brief - Monday 24th June, 2019

With the rising cost of food prices, the Supermarket Association president Rajiv Diptee is making it clear that they are not “price setters” but “price takers.” In a statement e-mailed to Newsday on Friday, Diptee said, “The retail food industry has noted with great consternation the rising costs of doing... Read more

24th June 2019


Daily Brief - Friday 21st June, 2019

There is a high concentration of Sahara dust present over the region and the TT Met Office has advised to take necessary precautions. Since the beginning of the dry season, the country has experienced several waves of the dust. Read more

21st June 2019


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