Daily Brief

Daily Brief - Thursday 28th March, 2019

Liat is not being dissolved and flights to its 15 destinations continue to operate normally, the beleaguered regional airline has said. Last month, at a press conference following his return from a CARICOM heads of government meeting, the Prime Minister said that unless Liat received an emergency injection of at... Read more

28th March 2019

Daily Brief - Wednesday 27th March, 2019

Today, workers’ issues are left on the back burner and women’s issues are left even behind that. In the security industry in TT, women outnumber the men but they are the most exploited in the industry. Read more

27th March 2019

Daily Brief - Tuesday 26th March, 2019

A new Green Fund Advisory Committee (GFAC) will be appointed soon. This was the response yesterday from Planning and Development Ministry officials to concerns from people applying for grants under the Green Fund. Speaking on condition of anonymity, one applicant said, "The application process is onerous." Another said the process... Read more

26th March 2019

Daily Brief - Monday 25th March, 2019

As World Water Day was observed last Friday, water quality testing was done across Tobago. Environmental officers from the THA’s Division of Infrastructure, Quarries and the Environment (DIQE) were seen monitoring fresh water, brackish water and saltwater sites as well as wetlands situated throughout the island. Read more

25th March 2019

Daily Brief- Friday 22nd March, 2019

Jamaican Senator Floyd Morris, CARICOM Special Rapporteur on Disability, on his second visit to this country, made no bones about expressing his desire to go out and get some good Trini food prompting laughter from the audience, but on a serious note, vowed to fight for persons with disabilities in... Read more

22nd March 2019

Daily Brief - Thursday 21st March, 2019

Technology is rapidly changing business industries making other companies obsolete. This was the view of Roberto Icasuriaga Gatti, Microsoft's Director of Small, Medium and Corporate Business for Latin America and the Caribbean keynote speaker at Microsoft Trinidad's Innovation Summit on Tuesday at the Hyatt Regency, Port of Spain. Read more

21st March 2019

Daily Brief - Wednesday 20th March, 2019

A FORMER manager at SuperPharm Ltd has been ordered by a High Court judge to repay the company in excess of $2 million that he allegedly defrauded it during the course of his tenure, by way of deception or misrepresentation. Read more… Read more

20th March 2019

Daily Brief- Tuesday 19th March, 2019

Prof Brian Copeland said today his vision for the University of the West Indies' St Augustine campus was to help in the development of the national economy and make it more sustainable, through microenterprise. Speaking at UWI’s consultation with the private sector, state enterprises and government at the Hyatt Regency... Read more

19th March 2019

Daily Brief - Monday 18th March, 2019

Expect a decline in Saharan dust plumes by Wednesday. Saharan dust levels increased over the weekend and many people shared photographs of the haze across TT on Facebook and of themselves wearing dust masks. Officials at the Met Office told Newsday, dust levels will decline by Tuesday evening into Wednesday morning. Read more

18th March 2019

Daily Brief - Friday 15th March, 2019

While administrative professionals perform all the roles and functions of organisations they need to have a level of certification. This was announced on Wednesday by Clayton Blackman, president of the National Association of Administrative Professionals of TT (NAAPTT). Read more

15th March 2019

Daily Brief- Thursday 14th March, 2019

A high court judge has thrown out indictments for forgery and uttering a forged document against businessman Troy Sabeeney. Justice Gillian Lucky also threw out a similar indictment of uttering a forged document against fellow businessman Anthony Chow, but ruled there was sufficient evidence for Chow to go on trial... Read more

14th March 2019

Daily Brief - Tuesday 12th March, 2019

Police Commissioner Gary Griffith said this morning investigations are still continuing into the absence from work of 125 police officers on Carnival Monday and Tuesday. Speaking with Newsday, Griffith said all nine divisions were still gathering information on whether the officers were assigned elsewhere at the time, on sick leave... Read more

12th March 2019

Daily Brief- Monday 11th March, 2019

Police Commissioner Gary Griffith is reminding the country that the punishment for making false reports of bomb threats, is life imprisonment. In a media release issued on Friday by the TTPS said that three bomb threats were investigated recently and all were deemed fake. Read more

11th March 2019

Daily Brief - Friday 8th March, 2019

A week after the brutal attack on Jee­wan Ramd­hanie, principal of the Tunapuna Hindu Primary school, the TT Unified Teachers Association (TTUTA) is advocating for an example to be made of the perpetrators so as to deter anyone else from committing such a brazen attack. Read more

8th March 2019

Daily Brief - Thursday 7th March, 2019

RC Archbishop Jason Gordon said, as the country begins its 40 days of praying and fasting, it was a wonderful opportunity for the faithful to reach out and help those in need, as it would bring the nation and people closer to God. Read more

7th March 2019

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