South shows colours
Trinidad Newsday

THE ANNUAL south pre-Dimanche Gras show was in full swing last Wednesday and the event was resplendent with all of the Carnival elements. Carnival kings, queens and calypsonians competed for top titles in the various...

Ashes at City Gate courtesy Rev Williams
Trinidad Newsday

UNABLE to attend an early-morning church service to receive your ashes on Ash Wednesday? Don t worry, you can do so at two popular transportation hubs in downtown Port-of- Spain this year City Gate, South Quay and the...

Chickland capture Central Super Sixes
Trinidad Newsday

CHICKLAND Progressive Sports Club were crowned Super Sixes champions when the Central Zone of the Trinidad and Tobago Cricket Board (TTCB) launched their 2016 season in fine style over the weekend. Batting first on Sunday...

Maharaj blasts NGC over SIS
Trinidad Newsday

APPROXIMATELY 800 workers stand to lose their jobs because of the alleged illegal interference of the National Gas Company (NGC) in the various companies for which they work. This revelation was made yesterday by former...

Rain puts a damper on Central Bank’s Brass
Trinidad Newsday

CENTRAL Bank's Brass on the Plaza yesterday was added to the list of cancelled events. But it was not as a result of the economic recession but rather the rain which dampened Carnival Friday in TT. The long-standing...

El Pecos owner still awaits OSHA report
Trinidad Newsday

MORE THAN one year after a gas explosion at El Pecos restaurant at Maraval killed one man and injured ten people, a report from the Occupational Safety and Health Authority is still pending, El Pecos owner Richard Camacho...

India’s High Commissioner to TT says, ‘farewell’
Trinidad Newsday

When the first ship Fatel Razack , carrying 225 indentured workers from India reached the shores of Trinidad, then a British colony. Their numbers increased with subsequent arrival of more ships from India. After several...

Judiciary to save $ with Nigerian technology
Trinidad Newsday

THE Judiciary of Trinidad and Tobago has turned to Nigeria for technology which will enable it to improve efficiency in the handling of its cases. The Nigerian-developed case management information system (CMIS) will also...

Met Office warns of dry-spell
Trinidad Newsday

DESPITE noticeable downpours yesterday, the Met Office warned that for the past month the country has had a dry spell which is expected to continue into late-April and beyond, leading to water woes until the 2016 Wet...

Changes to Red House restoration
Trinidad Newsday

PRIME Minister Dr Keith Rowley will chair a new Cabinet committee that has been established to oversee the restoration of President's House, the Red House, Stollmeyer's Castle, Whitehall and Mille Fleurs. A statement...

Marsicans, East Side Symphony tie for first
Trinidad Newsday

SCORES of pan-players took to the stage on Thursday night vying for the top spots in the National Panorama Finals for Single pan and Conventional small bands at Skinner Park San Fernando. It was not until midnight that...

Last minute warning saves employees, boss’ wife
Antigua Observer

From Trinidad Guardian   “Gas! Gas! Gas! Run!” Those were the words which prompted Ann Marie Corbin, one of the survivors of yesterday’s explosion at Kleen Rite Dry Cleaners at Mucurapo Road, St James,...

CCJ highlights ‘inordinate systemic delay’ in Barbados’ judicial system
Jamaica Observer

PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad (CMC) — The Trinidad-based Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) Wednesday directed the Barbados Court of Appeal to expedite the hearing of four appeals as it complained of the “inordinate...

Annisette for Maritime Labour Convention
Trinidad Newsday

NATIONAL Trade Union Centre (NATUC) general-secretary, Michael Annisette, will today go to Geneva, Switzerland, to attend an International Labour Organisation (ILO) meeting from February 8 to 10 on the rights of maritime...

Massy Foundation donates $20,000 for home expansion
Trinidad Newsday

An underprivileged family in Pepper Village, Gran Couva has been provided with a renovated and expanded home, thanks to a $20,000 donation by the Massy Foundation to the You Can Help social work building project. The...

Crushed ten-year-old laid to rest
Trinidad Newsday

TEN-YEAR-OLD Stevie Hansraj who was crushed to death by an iron gate was often seen with his dog Brownie at his side up until he entered the compound of the Siparia KPA Primary School said retired school principal...

TTUTA against SEA CAC
Trinidad Newsday

NEW areas being tested in the Secondary Entrance Assessment (SEA) Exam have created stress and trauma to pupils, teachers and parents, some whom have had to seek medical attention, lamented the Trinidad and Tobago Unified...

Health workers union slam cutbacks
Trinidad Newsday

THE nation is being warned to brace for longer waiting times for doctors attention, even more grievous shortages of medicine, unconscionable delays in accessing medical tests and dialysis treatments as regional health...

Beacon Sober Zone in place
Trinidad Newsday

THE Beacon Insurance Company Limited (Beacon), in partnership with Arrive Alive; the non-governmental organisation that advocates safe driving practices, has once again set up sober zones at various Carnival fetes to...

Gypsy eyes Calypso Monarch crown
Trinidad Newsday

DESPITE being showered with toilet paper at the semi-final stage of the National Calypso monarch competition last week Saturday at the Calypso Fiesta in Skinner Park, veteran calypsonian Winston Gypsy Peters is liking his...

Mom, son tricks ‘em down South
Trinidad Newsday

NATIONAL Carnival Queen of the Band Gloria Dallsingh as Artemisia D Warrior Queen continued her winning ways on Wednesday night when she and her son Marlon Rampersad, who portrayed Drums of War , both from the band Call...

As 1 student found, 2 others go missing
Trinidad Newsday

EVEN as schoolboy Curtis Pierre, reported missing on Monday, has been found and is safe and back home, the TT Police Service yesterday alerted Newsday to two more students who have gone missing in unrelated circumstances....

Bacchanal at pre-Dimanche Gras
Trinidad Newsday

A MONEYdispute almost forced the cancellation of the highly anticipated San Fernando Calypso and Soca Monarch finals (south pre-Dimanche Gras) at Skinner Park in San Fernando on Wednesday night. The San Fernando Carnival...

Help pours in for baby Miracle
Trinidad Newsday

TOUCHED by Newsday's front page headline Help Me and her photo, help has begun to pour in for baby Miracle Khloe Cross, whose life hangs in the balance as she needs urgent corrective treatment overseas for a congenital...

Kleen Rite, Sherwin Williams up in flames
Trinidad Newsday

INSTEAD of the sounds of soca or a steelpan band practising for Panorama, Carnival Thursday was filled with the sounds of sirens as firefighters, police officers and ambulances rushed to the scene of a massive fire at...

Five hospitalised following explosion & fire at Mucurapo Road dry cleaners
Antigua Observer

Trinidad – An explosion has resulted in a major fire at the Kleen Rite Dry Cleaners on Mucurapo Road. Fears of casualties were annulled as the Ministry of National Security confirmed via a tweet that there were no...

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