News

Embedded thumbnail for 7 Smartphone habits you should avoid

Smartphone habits you should avoid

As we continue to keep an eye on the country's finances and with the mid-year budget review just days away, we delve into the numbers.

 We take a quick look at the past few years to see how...

Embedded thumbnail for PM open to discussing legalization of marijuana

Prime Minister Dr. Keith Crowley is open to having a discussion about the legalization of marijuana.

It comes exactly one week after he said it was not a priority.  

But earlier...

Embedded thumbnail for Defective implants: Doctors refuse to do hip surgery

A standoff at the Port of Spain General Hospital with at least one orthopaedic surgeon objecting to surgeries because of mismatched and defective component parts, saying it's putting patients'...

Embedded thumbnail for T&T athletes get ready for Carifta triathlon

The Carifta triathlon games kicks off this weekend on turtle beach in Tobago.

 

More than half of the food the average Trinbagonian eats is imported. This should come as no surprise since our twin isle’s annual food import bill is approximately $6 billion. By purchasing...
Embedded thumbnail for CWU claims TSTT workers being sent home

The Communications Workers Union says workers employed through recruiting agencies for TSTT are being sent home despite government's promise of no more retrenchment.

They are calling on the...

Embedded thumbnail for MSJ: Smith did not deserve Cabinet reappointment

The Movement for Social Justice believes former Sports Minister Darryl Smith did not deserve a reappointment in the prime minister's reshuffle. 

At a news conference today, the MSJ weighed...

Chief Justice Ivor Archie was successful in blocking the Law Association from investigating allegations of misconduct against him.

Today, a high court judge quashed the entire matter,...

Embedded thumbnail for Water woes end

Thousands of customers who were without a water supply since Sunday are expected to get some relief this evening.

Years of advocacy for the tableland pineapple farmers paid off in a big way when its association...

Embedded thumbnail for PNM and PP distance themselves from lavish upgrade at Geneva residence

Minister of Communications Stuart Young is making it clear that the PNM government is not responsible for the millions of dollars spent to refurbish the permanent residence for the T&T United...

Pages