Daily Brief

Daily Brief - Wednesday 9th November, 2022

Two men pretending to be customers at a restaurant and bar in Cocoyea Village robbed the owner at gunpoint on Monday night. A police report said at around 7. 30 pm, two men walked into CeeJayz Restaurant and Bar at Naparima Mayaro Road near the roundabout. Read more

9th November 2022

Daily Brief - Tuesday 8th November, 2022

SCRAP Iron Dealers Association president Allan Ferguson has said some people may turn to a life of crime in search of income as the ban on scrap-iron exports continues. He again called on the Prime Minister to reopen the industry. Read more

8th November 2022

Daily Brief - Monday 7th November, 2022

As the country grapples with violence and crime, Roman Catholic Archbishop Jason Gordon believes this scourge can be mitigated by uplifting underdeveloped communities. Read more here… Read more

7th November 2022

Daily Brief- Friday 4th November, 2022

ROSE Hill RC Primary School in Laventille is due to re-open on Monday after last Monday's incident where young pupils and their teacher had to cower on the floor during an exchange of gunfire between rival gangs nearby. Read more

4th November 2022

Daily Brief - Thursday 3rd November, 2022

While officials from the Chinese embassy in Trinidad have taken note of the escalating crime situation in Trinidad and Tobago, they are confident that the authorities are capable of adequately protecting citizens. Speaking during a media briefing on the 20th National Congress of the Communist Party of China at the... Read more

3rd November 2022

Daily Brief - Wednesday 2nd November, 2022

Tobago Carnival Committee chairman Meisha Trim has acknowledged that bad weather affected patronage at some events, including last Thursday’s Tobago Music Arts and Culture concert, at the Plymouth Recreation Ground, which featured Nigerian Grammy-winning artiste Burna Boy. Read more

2nd November 2022

Daily Brief- Tuesday 1st November, 2022

Residents of Real Spring Valsayn and Madras Road pointed their anger and frustration at those in authority for constant flooding and the fear of it on Monday after the area was flooded after rains caused by a weather system over the weekend. Read more

1st November 2022

Daily Brief - Friday 28th October, 2022

The eco-tourism activity of turtle-watching has taken TT to the ranks of the top 25 Best of the World destinations for 2023 as named by National Geographic, said a recent statement from Tourism Trinidad Ltd (TTL). Read more

28th October 2022

Daily Brief - Thursday 27th October, 2022

Despite market shares being at its lowest for SMEs, especially in the wake of covid19 and other major shocks which have affected businesses worldwide, the TT Stock Exchange (TTSE) and Central Bank are saying now is the perfect time for SMEs to join the TTSE and have access to new revenues. Read more

27th October 2022

Daily Brief - Wednesday 26th October, 2022

Sixty families received their keys from the Housing Development Corporation (HDC) on Tuesday in San Fernando as part of its promotion “A Home for Christmas.” Housing and Urban Development minister Camille Robinson-Regis said the ministry is proud that it was able to assist the recipients in realising their dreams. “We... Read more

26th October 2022

Daily Brief - Monday 25th October, 2022

Two-year-old Kimani Douglas died in a fire in Morvant on Monday afternoon. His grieving mother, Krystal Braithwaite, fell to her knees in agony outside the family’s home at Petunia Avenue, off Coconut Drive, as she waited for undertakers to take his body out of the gutted house. Read more

25th October 2022

Daily Brief - Thursday 20th October, 2022

While Salisha Seebaran is grateful police have been able to arrest a woman and her adult sons for the murder of her grandson, 15-year-old Videsh Dookran, she and her family are still distraught over his murder earlier this month. Read more

20th October 2022

Daily Brief - Wednesday 19th October, 2022

As Hindus continue preparations for Divali next Monday, almost all of South Trinidad will be without pipeborne water over the next 48 to 72 hours, after one of WASA’s transmission mains ruptured along the Mosquito Creek, La Romaine on Tuesday afternoon. Read more

19th October 2022

Daily Brief - Tuesday 18th October, 2022

A High Court judge has granted an injunction to a group of Carnival bandleaders who are in dispute over a requisition for a no-confidence vote on the board of the TT Carnival Bands Association (TTCBA). On Monday, Justice Ricky Rahim granted the injunction to the group of 17 bandleaders. Read more

18th October 2022

Daily Brief - Monday 17th October, 2022

Two months after he was shot while liming, Lebanese building designer Elie Hajaly, 51, has died. Hajaly died at the Port of Spain General Hospital on October 8. He is the second person killed after the gun attack at The Residence nightclub at One Woodbrook Place on August 13. Read more

17th October 2022

<< older articles newer articles >>

Copyright © . Trinidad and Tobago Manufactures' Association All Rights Reserved.