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Demolish or restore?

A former prime minister is expressing concern about an impending decision to demolish two of this country's old sugar factories.

Business Watch: NIF records $1.2 billion profit

Meanwhile, Caribbean Airlines says the coronavirus has not impacted revenues, at least not yet. The airline also noted there have not been...

Health Ministry increases restrictions as coronavirus spreads

As the coronavirus spreads globally, five more countries have been added to this country's travel restriction. Health Minister Terrence Deyalsingh says as...

Barrington ”Skippy” Thomas indefinitely suspended from Power 102

Barrington ''Skippy" Thomas has been indefinitely suspended from power 102 pending an investigation into an allegedly offensive post on social media, involving...

Hugging helps

They say a picture tells a thousand words, well this one got the equivalent in shares and comments on social media. 

Health minister in talks with England, US and Canada to implement...

The health ministry says it is in discussions with the ambassadors of England, the U.S and Canada to implement exit screening for...

Coronavirus misinformation

How many of you have fallen victim to fake news about the coronavirus? Chances are, in this technological age, misinformation...

Business Watch: Markets in meltdown as oil prices plunge

Oil prices are crashing amid billowing fears of the novel coronavirus. The fall in prices since the start of...

Minaj at St Jude’s

Rap superstar Nicki Minaj brought the roof down at the St Jude's home for girls after paying them a surprise visit today....

Guyana CJ rules recount must be done in Region Four

Guyana's Chief Jus­tice Rox­ane George has ruled that the Re­turn­ing Of­fi­cer for the coun­try’s largest elec­toral dis­trict, Dis­trict Four, breached the law...


T&TEC planned maintenance to affect East and Central Trinidad

T&TEC customers in parts of East and Central Trinidad will experience a temporary disruption to their supply of electricity, Monday 24th January, 2022.

MOE: Forms 1-3 and std 5 students to return to physical school on February...

The Ministry of Education says following several meetings with stakeholders over the last 3 months, it has decided that students of Forms...

Omicron ‘sub-variant’ throws up new virus questions

Scientists are keeping a close watch on a recently-discovered sub-variant of the Omicron variant of the coronavirus to determine how its emergence could affect future pandemic spread.

Griffith questions leaked FUL report

Former Police commissioner Gary Griffith is questioning how the media got hold of the confidential report into an alleged Firearm Users License (FUL) racket...

Governments are failing students and teachers, warns Education International

Today, the International Day of Education, teachers from across the world are sounding the alarm to draw attention to the deepening crisis in the sector and the long-term consequences for students everywhere.