Police are investigating the murder of 57 year old Leon Anthony Byron who was found dead in a drain on the eastern side of Charles Trace, Esmeralda Road, Cunupia on Wednesday.
Among the stories: Olympic actions kicks off two days before the official Opening Ceremony; The 5th day of action between the West Indies and India in the Second Test Match started on time this morning, despite heavy rain in Jamaica over the last two days
Among our top stories: No autopsies at Forensic Science Centre for a second day as Pathologist Dr. Valerie Alexandrov takes a stand; A Cunupia man is the latest murder victim; Postal Workers back on the job; and Anti-Crime experts discuss the ISIS threat and recruitment.
BP Trinidad and Tobago LLC (“bpTT”) will be undertaking a planned turnaround (TAR) with an associated production outage at its Mahogany Bravo (B) offshore hub in August 2016 to facilitate the tie-in of the Juniper export line. This is to facilitate the 2017 start-up of the new Juniper development, which is bpTT’s first subsea field development.
It’s a new season of the TTFA's National Super League and it is abundantly clear that the tables have turned, at least in the Premiership Division.
It's all good for team Trinidad and Tobago after about a week at its Pre-Olympic training camp in São Paulo, Brazil and so far, almost the entire TTO contingent has arrived in Brazil.
The Trinidad and Tobago International and Masters Open Chess Championships are currently taking place at the Normandie Hotel, St. Ann's.
Five Trinidad and Tobago nationals detained in Venezuela are expected to appear before a court on Wednesday to answer to a second set of charges relating to intent to commit espionage.
The government of Trinidad and Tobago is yet to confirm if the nine would-be ISIS recruits held in Turkey are in fact nationals of this country.