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Cop charged with stealing $500 from police station

By | March 21, 2018

A Special Reserve Police Constable with five years’ service has been granted $20,000 bail on charges of misbehaviour in public office and larceny of $500. Source: Cop charged with stealing $500 from police station

Woman stabbed to death on PBR for gold chain

By | March 21, 2018

A WOMAN was stabbed during a robbery in San Juan on Wednesday. Source: Woman knifed to death in robbery

Pupils mark World Down Syndrome Day

By | March 21, 2018

THESE pupils of the Grant Memorial Presbyterian School in San Fernando did not have a wardrobe malfunction. Source: Pupils mark World Down Syndrome Day

Trinidad Jouvert records lowest attendance in history due to recent crime wave

By | March 21, 2018

Bare stands and vacant pavements greeted J’Ouvert revellers in the capital city of Port-of-Spain yesterday a dismal sign for vendors and organisers alike. Up to 8.30 am yesterday—the Lord Kitchener Stand, South Quay remained virtually deserted. It was a similar situation as the normally crowded streets along South Quay and Broadway, Independence Square remained devoid of spectators. A… Read More »

8 months Pregnant Mother beaten to death with brick

By | March 20, 2018

The woman beaten to death with a brick in Mayaro on Monday night was eight months pregnant. Source: Battered with brick: Mayaro mom was 8-months pregnant

Facebook accused of feeding data to Trump

By | March 19, 2018

It’s becoming increasingly clear that Facebook has never faced a scandal like the one it’s currently fighting through. Revelations over the weekend about its reckless sharing of user data sent its stock price plunging on Monday, and fresh calls for regulations on the social media network are looking more real than ever. Source: This Time, Facebook Really Might Be… Read More »

Rowley blames Manning for 12 year Housing Delay

By | March 18, 2018

Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley yesterday blamed politics in the PNM administration of Patrick Manning for triggering the 12-year delay in the construction of the Vieux Fort housing development in St James. This project began in 2006 when he turned the sod as housing minister. It was halted, along with others, when a colleague reported to Manning, the… Read More »

Drinkers of Aquafina, Dasani, Nestle and Evian ingests thousands of microplastics daily

By | March 18, 2018

According to a report by Business Insider, Orb Media has pointed out that major bottled water brands, including Aquafina, Dasani, Nestle and Evian all have tens, hundreds, and in some cases, thousands of microplastic particles floating in their products. In the Orb study researchers reportedly sampled 259 water bottles purchased from 19 different locations in nine countries around… Read More »

T&T the happiest country in the Caribbean

By | March 15, 2018

Trinidad and Tobago has been named the “happiest” Caribbean country to live in according to the United Nations (UN). Source: Report: T&T the happiest country in the Caribbean

Dulalchan: Officers who fail to take reports should be fired

By | March 15, 2018

Deputy Police Commissioner Deodath Dulalchan says he believes police officers who fail to take reports from members of the public should be fired. During a police town hall meeting in Couva last evening, some residents complained of difficulties in making reports, saying sometimes officers may tell them to go to the area where the offense happened. One resident… Read More »