Legal action likely on animal rights
Trinidad Newsday

MERE hours after a meeting with San Fernando Mayor Kazim Hosein to discuss inhumane treatment of dogs at the San Fernando pound, Jowelle De Souza, Vice President of Animals Alive animal welfare group, and a coalition of...

Ailing mother gets breathing machine
Trinidad Newsday

THE plight of single mother, Allison Dick, who was recently featured in the July 30 edition of Newsday as she made a public appeal for help to purchase Continuous Positive Airway Pressure (CPAP) machine, did not fall on...

Sod turning for new Scarborough RC
Trinidad Newsday

And according to the Chief Secretary stated construction should be completed in 18 months.

Lawyer: Belize gay rights ruling affects TT law
Trinidad Newsday

This means that other jurisdictions can use this case to assist them in deciding like cases before them and would not without good legal reasoning depart from it. The Trinidad and Tobago lawyer, who is a lecturer at the...

Protective services want back pay
Trinidad Newsday

MEMBERS of the protective services are yet again calling on Finance Minister Colm Imbert to officially state how the remaining 50 percent of back-pay for the period 2011 to 2013 will be settled. At a press conference...

PSA prayer day on Monday
Trinidad Newsday

PUBLIC Services Association (PSA) president, Watson Duke, is calling on all its members to dedicate Monday as a day of prayer with dawn to dusk fasting. At a press conference yesterday in front the Ministry of Finance,...

Walk to honour social workers
Trinidad Newsday

EARL DANIEL plans to walk around the Queen's Park Savannah for three days, nonstop, without sleep, to raise awareness of the importance of the work done by social workers. Originally from St Vincent but living for the...

Fishermen: $1M not enough
Trinidad Newsday

FISHERFOLK from various fishing villages along the Gulf Coast and south-western peninsular do not believe that the $1 million assistance promised by government could adequately assist all those affected by the drastic...

Let the PM judge me
Trinidad Newsday

NATIONAL Security Minister Edmund Dillon yesterday refused to rate his performance as minister in the face of rampant crimes and a spiralling murder rate, saying that any appraisal of his performance must be done by Prime...

Send us to jail, please
Trinidad Newsday

TWO street dwellers yesterday begged a magistrate to be guests of the State when they appeared before her in the San Fernando courthouse to answer a charge of robbery. The two said they would be better served if they were...

SATURDAY'S CHILD: Forks, spades and soppers
Nation News

IN TRINIDAD, in the old days, if you blocked someone’s view of an event, you would invariably be asked, “What happen? Youh father is a glass maker?” My way of dealing with this comment about my...

2016 Junior Pan American Track Cycling Championships…
Kaieteur News

Romello Crawford ready to represent the Golden Arrowhead Guyana’s lone representative at the 2016 Junior Pan American Track Cycling Championships set for the spanking new 250m Indoor Track in Trinidad and Tobago,...

Fostering democratic culture through the youth
Trinidad Newsday

THE Caribbean Association of Local Government Authorities, the umbrella body of all local government authorities in the Caribbean, has embarked on a project that would train the nation's youth in governance and...

Two-day non-stop walk to highlight social issues
Trinidad Newsday

INTERNATIONAL social work advocate, Earl Daniel says social workers are often the last stop for many people in desperate circumstances. He said times are hard and social workers cannot afford to fool people. Recalling...

Tourism is priority for TT
Trinidad Newsday

PERMANENT Secretary in the Ministry of Tourism, Vidiah Ramkhelawan, is assuring stakeholders that tourism has been designated a priority sector in this country. Ramkhelawan made the statement on Wednesday at a Quality in...

McDonald’s recalls activity bands
Trinidad Newsday

MCDONALD's is recalling its STEP-iT activity bands distributed in Happy Meals in TT, Puerto Rico, Aruba, Curacao, and St Croix. The voluntary recall by the fast food chain is a preventive measure following the recall in...

Lightning cuts power in Woodbrook
Trinidad Newsday

WOODBROOK, Port-of-Spain, residents were without power for much of yesterday afternoon after lightning struck a feeder belonging to the Electricity Commission (TTEC). Newsday understands the incident occurred around 3.10...

Drones ban at Independence parade
Trinidad Newsday

LIEUTENANT Commander of the Coast Guard and public affairs officer of the Defence Force, Kirk Jean-Baptiste, stated yesterday that absolutely no drones would be allowed over the Grand Stand, Queen's Park Savannah, or at...

Union in move to buy steel plant
Trinidad Newsday

THE STEEL Workers Union of TT (SWUTT) is putting together a group of investors to buy the mothballed ArcelorMittal steel plant at the Point Lisas Industrial Estate and resume operations. President of the union,...

Cabinet approves $1M help for fishermen
Trinidad Newsday

CABINET yesterday authorised Finance Minister Colm Imbert to allocate a sum of $1 million to fishermen in south-west Trinidad who have been affected by recent fish kills. Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley made the...

Guyana to learn from T&T on pitfalls of oil industry
Kaieteur News

Guyana and Trinidad and Tobago are ramping up efforts to collaborate on this country’s development of the oil and gas sector. Minister of Natural Resources, Raphael Trotman, and Minister of Energy and Energy...

Calypso gone in TT, says Rose
Trinidad Newsday

BUOYED by the success of her latest album, Far From Home, in Europe, Calypso Rose (McCartha Sandy-Lewis) on Tuesday revealed she already has 40 international gigs lined up for 2017. In the same breath, however, she...

Markesa and 13 others for NASA camp
Trinidad Newsday

ONE mother is set to return her daughter to school with a broad smile. Sherryl Gadar's daughter, Markesa Richards, will be one of 14 students from the El Dorado West Secondary School who will be attending the NASA summer...

Mother of five pleads for HDC home
Trinidad Newsday

DIANNE WILLIAMS, a 31-year-old mother of five, is pleading with the Housing Development Corporation (HDC) to help her secure a home for her and her children. The distraught woman visited Newsday's head office on Chacon...

Birdsong not yet evicted
Trinidad Newsday

NOTHING has changed in the birdsong Steel Orchestra's situation regarding its looming eviction from the property it now occupies at the corner of St Vincent and Connell Streets in Tunapuna. Richard Quarless, artistic...

NYLO interns given additional week
Trinidad Newsday

THE 23 interns in Newsday's Youth Lens and Opinion (NYLO) education project, who felt that three weeks was too short an internship period, will be given an additional week to continue. This is due to the outstanding work...

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