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News Day

News Day

  • 4 held after police operation in New Grant – $m CAR PARTS RING BUSTED
    by Laurel V Williams on June 2, 2023 at 5:18 am

    Southern Division police have busted what is considered one of the biggest vehicle-theft rings in the nation. Divisional Commander Snr Supt Richard Smith estimated the stolen auto parts in the latest find to be worth “$2 million to $3 million,” adding larceny of vehicles is a “growing enterprise” and “a big-money business.” The […]

  • Che Benny added to Soca Warriors 60-man preliminary roster for Gold Cup Qualifier
    by Jonathan Ramnanansingh on June 2, 2023 at 5:17 am

    Concacaf has announced the preliminary rosters for the 25 men’s senior national teams participating in the Concacaf Gold Cup and Qualifier tournaments from June 16 to July 16. The Trinidad and Tobago Football Association (TTFA) selected and submitted 60 players for their preliminary roster, most of which will be weaned out and trimmed down to a […]

  • Amcham tech summit to focus on cybersecurity
    by Ryan Hamilton-Davis on June 2, 2023 at 5:17 am

    For the first time in seven years the American Chamber of Industry and Commerce (Amcham) will feature panels on cybersecurity in its Tech Hub Island Summit (THIS) carded for June 29-30 at the Hyatt Regency in Port of Spain. Amcham TT CEO Nirad Tewarie, during the launch of the summit at Republic Bank's head office on Park Street, said the […]

  • Tobago Chamber: THA must come clean on voice note
    by Corey Connelly on June 2, 2023 at 5:17 am

    THE Tobago Business Chamber has joined the chorus of voices calling on the THA to clear the air on the now infamous voice note which has gone viral on social media. In an audio clip, two people, believed to be THA officials, were heard discussing using state funds to hire people for public relations and propaganda. Chief Secretary Farley Augustine […]

  • Fraud squad cops warn: Land fraud on the rise
    by Shane Superville on June 2, 2023 at 5:17 am

    Officers of the Fraud Squad are warning the public that the dollar value associated with fraudulent transactions for land and properties has increased compared to last year. The trend was reported by W/ Insp Tricia Smith as she read facts and statistics relating to land fraud during the weekly police media briefing on Sackville Street, Port of […]

  • UNC starts screening for two local government councils on Thursday
    by Sean Douglas on June 2, 2023 at 5:17 am

    THE UNC on Thursday began screening candidates for the anticipated local government elections, for which no date has yet been named, said a party statement on Thursday evening, accompanied by photos of the event showing dozens of nominees, members of the screening committee, and the arrival of party leader Kamla Persad-Bissessar The statement […]

  • Princes Town construction worker on sex charges gets $150,000 bail
    by Laurel V Williams on June 2, 2023 at 5:17 am

    A Princes Town magistrate granted $150,000 surety bail to a 30-year-old construction worker charged with two sexual offences on a minor. The accused was also given a cash alternative of $15,000 when he appeared in court on Wednesday. As a bail condition, the accused must not have any contact with the victim or her immediate family members. He is […]

  • $75k bail for policeman on assault charge
    by Newsday Reporter on June 2, 2023 at 5:17 am

    A Couva magistrate has granted a policeman $75,000 bail after the officer appeared in court on Monday charged with assault. The constable was granted bail with a surety or an alternate cash bail of $20,000. As part of the bail agreement, the policeman, who is now on suspension pending the outcome of this case, must stay 100 metres away from the […]

  • Kieshia Cooper’s Concealed Within stands out at Kinetic exhibit
    by Newsday on June 2, 2023 at 5:17 am

    AMON SABA SAAKANA There are basically two schools of visual art production in Trinidad and Tobago: the college-/university-educated, and the self-taught or those who attended one of the few schools that cater to teaching and transmitting inner traditions. Kieshia Cooper, who functions as the curator and participant in the exhibition at Kinetic Mas […]

  • Kes the Band brings the vibes at California music festival
    by Newsday Reporter on June 2, 2023 at 5:17 am

    Kes the Band brought the sunshine and soca to Monterey, California last weekend as the band of brothers performed at the 12th edition of the California Roots Music and Arts Festival. The annual music festival was produced by Good Vibez Presents. Held at the Monterey County Fairgrounds in the quaint and cosy coastal town on the west coast of the […]

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