Minister of Labour Jennifer Baptiste-Primus says the decision to dissolve the Caroni Green Limited (CGL) State Enterprise was not a political move but rather an economical one, as the Enterprise wasn't generating any revenue.
Crime Stoppers says it has never and can never identify any tipster and such a person remains anonymous; Minister of Labour Jennifer Baptiste-Primus says the decision to dissolve the Caroni Green Limited (CGL) was not a political move; and the PTSC bus service in front of First Citizens Bank in Arima has been relocated to the passenger facility at Lower Hollis Avenue in Arima.
Police are looking for another schoolgirl who has gone missing; Economist Vaalmikki Arjoon says policies are too harsh and this is possibly hampering investment in this country; and Nobel Prize Winner Sir Derek Alton Walcott has died.
Nobel Prize winner Sir Derek Alton Walcott has died; and Economist Vaalmikki Arjoon says policies are too harsh and this is possibly hampering investment in this country.
On Thursday evening students of the Hugh Wooding Law School put on their inaugural domestic violence awareness concert at the institution's campus in St. Augustine.
The feature speaker at the event, Clinical Psychologist Dr. Dianne Douglas spoke of the importance of changing how girls and boys are cultured, as it shapes what they deem to be acceptable behaviour when they themselves become adults.
Janine Browne has more.
Economist Dr Vaalmikki Arjoon speaks about Trinidad and Tobago’s economic standing with Good Morning Trinidad and Tobago host Dike Rostant.
Nobel Prize winner Sir Derek Alton Walcott passed away in St. Lucia this morning; Police officers have questioned a woman amid investigations into the death of WPC Nyasha Joseph; POS business owners claim disruption in business caused by street vendors.