Mark Sookdeo, the husband of abducted mother of two Ria Sookdeo reacts on learning about crime near the Picton Presbyterian School on Thursday. Photo: INNIS FRANCIS
The government of Trinidad and Tobago is ultimately responsible for the kidnappings and homicides in Trinidad and Tobago, says Dr Roodal Moonilal.
A former contender in the Miss Trinidad and Miss Caribbean Commonwealth beauty pageants has been implicated in an immigration scheme. Trinidadian Michelle Supersad, 32, is accused of scamming 60-year-old hospital manager Barry Hirschhorn for a Green Card.
Harsh social media criticism has forced Trinidad and Tobago gymnastics representative Marisa Dick to avoid it completely.
Two families are now in mourning after two separate beach excursions turned tragic, yesterday in Trinidad. A nine year-old girl and her 75 year-old grandfather drowned in Mayaro while in Manzanilla a 13 year-old girl and her 50 year-old father drowned after getting into difficulties in the water.
A 65 year old retiree, his son, 23, and his nephew, 40, are in police custody as investigations continue into the discovery of what police officers described as the largest ever haul of ammunition in South Trinidad and possibly the country.
Shortly after striking a hammer repeatedly into the head of his ex-lover with such force that her skull was smashed and the hammer penetrated the brain, a man has surrendered to police telling officers, “the Devil was in meh".
Custom officers at Person International Airport (Canada) have seized approximately 19 kilograms of cocaine that was hidden under a pile of hot peppers in a cargo plane coming from Trinidad and Tobago last month.
A Guaico man, who was wanted in connection with the murders of a Balandra father, Lloyd Ramkissoon, 47, and his 19-year-old son, Ryan almost two months ago, was yesterday shot dead by police officers who surrounded the house in which he was hiding at Damarie Hill, Guaico.
AS Trinidad and Tobago woke up this morning to the stunning news that former Prime Minister Patrick Manning had died, many have asked how his health could have deteriorated so rapidly.
A Trinidad and Tobago national living at the Young Women’s Christian Association (YWCA) in Brooklyn, New York, was fatally stabbed by another resident on Saturday last. The woman was identified as 48-yearold Liza Millet also known as Lisa Cordner.
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