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Tuesday, December 11, 2018 - 10:00

The Trinidad and Tobago Police Service is seeking the urgent assistance of the public in locating 41-year-old Jason Nunes. 

In the latest' phone wars' twist, Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley has called former Food Production Minister Devant Maharaj a 'dangerous liar.' 

National Security Minister Stuart Young intends to block the organisers of a four day, three-night “sex extravaganza,” called Sex Island, which...

Malcolm Williams, 38, of Chaguanas, has been sentenced to one-year hard labour for possession of two firearms after appearing before the Mayaro Magistrates’ Court, earlier today. 

A 44-year-old fa­ther was grant­ed $50,000 bail when he ap­peared in court charged with will­ful­ly ne­glect­ing a two-year-old boy.

A for­mer em­ploy­ee of the Chil­dren’s Life Fund (CLF), charged with 13 of­fences of lar­ce­ny has been grant­ed $100,000 bail.

A man dressed as a se­cu­ri­ty guard from a promi­nent se­cu­ri­ty firm robbed Caribbean Air­lines of a large sum of mon­ey when he "col­lect­ed" a mon­ey bag from the Caribbean Air­lines counter...

Less than two months af­ter the Galleons Pas­sage be­gan op­er­at­ing the Seabridge be­tween the two is­lands, the Gov­ern­ment con­tin­ues to face a bar­rage of crit­i­cism over its less than...

Se­cu­ri­ty Guard Jodie Awai was mer­ci­less­ly beat­en to death dur­ing a rob­bery at his work­place at Mac­foods Meat Proces­sors Lim­it­ed in Laven­tille Sun­day night.

Monday, December 10, 2018 - 14:30

Im­me­di­ate­ly up­on hear­ing that the po­lice had stopped part two of a mo­tor­cade for re­trenched work­ers, Po­lice Com­mis­sion­er Gary Grif­fith as­sured that full po­lice co­op­er­a­tion...