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Sheron Sukhdeo, a modern day Robin Hood who idolized Pablo Escobar

By | March 30, 2018

Millionaire real estate and used car dealer Sheron Sukhdeo lived his life in the fast lane. He loved fast money, gold jewellery and fast cars. This was evident in the posts he made on social media showcasing his luxury vehicles and racing cars. But while police probe a possible family link to his death, officers of the Central… Read More »

Trinidad’s Electricity Rate: the lowest in the world but no longer sustainable

By | March 30, 2018

The Trinidad and Tobago Electricity Commission (T&TEC) is $1.5 billion behind annually in meeting its financial commitments, of that amount $900 million is owed to the National Gas Company for natural gas which is used by the three power generating plants to generate electricity. T&TEC officials appeared before the Joint Select Committee on Local Authorities, Service Commissions and… Read More »

Trump ranked worst President ever

By | March 29, 2018

Nearly 200 of America’s top political scientists have voted Donald Trump the worst president in US history. According to the 2018 Presidents & Executive Politics Presidential Greatness Survey, Mr Trump ranks even lower than disgraced President Richard Nixon – even among conservatives. Mr Nixon Source: Donald Trump ranked worst president in US history by nearly 200 political scientists

Sheron Sukhdeo shot dead in drive by shooting

By | March 27, 2018

REAL estate and used car dealer Sheron Sukhdeo was shot and killed on Monday night. Source: Sheron Sukhdeo shot dead

Doubles Price set to be raised to $8 due to 40% price hike in channa

By | March 25, 2018

Hundreds of doubles vendors across T&T have been paying higher prices for channa (chick peas) during the last six months. However, they have been absorbing that cost and not passing it on to the consumer by raising their prices. There are assurances today that wholesale and retail prices will be reduced in the coming weeks. Officials at one… Read More »

Trinidad’s Minister of National Security named in US Fraud Investigation

By | March 23, 2018

There are questions for national security minister Edmund Dillon after he is named in court documents in new york involving allegations of fraud. Minister Dillon has not yet responded to our queries, however, people involved in the matter tell CNC3 he has appeared in the new york supreme court. Source: Edmund Dillon named in NY court documents related… Read More »

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 »