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  • Bandleaders demand Pan Trinbago elections before Carnival
    by Elizabeth Gonzales on January 24, 2022 at 6:59 pm

    “Peace, be still,” was Pan Trinbago president Beverley Ramsey-Moore's only response to more calls for her to step down and call an election. She was responding to demands by a group of steelband leaders for the overdue executive election to be immediately held. The currrent executive was voted into office in 2018. Pan Trinbago's constitution […]

  • Cops hold 11 suspects over weekend
    by Shane Superville on January 24, 2022 at 6:42 pm

    A series of exercises and enquiries over the weekend led to the arrest of 11 people across Trinidad for unrelated thefts. A police media release on Monday reported that in the first incident on Friday police arrested a 30-year-old air conditioning technician after he reportedly stole goods. The technician, from Couva, was charged and is expected […]

  • Energy Chamber: Go faster, more boldly towards change
    by Clint Chan Tack on January 24, 2022 at 6:15 pm

    THE Caribbean needs to move faster and more boldly in making the transition from fossil fuels to cleaner, more sustainable energy sources. Energy Chamber of Trinidad and Tobago chairman Dwight Mahabir expressed this view at the opening of the virtual Caribbean Sustainable Energy Conference 2022 on Monday. "We are confident that the region can […]

  • Drug, polygraph tests planned for protective services
    by Sean Douglas on January 24, 2022 at 4:50 pm

    PUBLIC watchdogs in sensitive roles such as police officers could soon be subject to mandatory drug-testing and polygraph-testing and may be required to submit their biometric details under a new bill laid in the House of Representatives recently by Attorney General Faris Al-Rawi. The Police, Defence, Prison, Fire Service, Civil Service, Financial […]

  • Luta drops TUCO injunction, still challenging presidency
    by Jada Loutoo on January 24, 2022 at 4:39 pm

    CALYPSONIAN Morel Peters, also called King Luta, has withdrawn his application for an injunction to compel the Trinbago Unified Calypsonians Organisation (TUCO) to hold a by-election for the post of president. At a hearing on Monday, Peters’s attorney agreed to withdraw the application when the parties appeared before Justice Kevin Ramcharan. […]

  • Vape retailers call for industry regulation
    by Yvonne Webb on January 24, 2022 at 2:55 pm

    IN the absence of vaping legislation in Trinidad and Tobago, local vape retailers are calling for proper regulations. Daren Narine, owner of Premium Vapes in San Fernando, is leading the call as it relates to importing and proper use of vaping products. He wants to ensure such products are made available to the public in the safest way possible, […]

  • Padarath: PM must take blame if covid spikes after Carnival events
    by Yvonne Webb on January 24, 2022 at 1:36 pm

    ASSERTING the United National Congress (UNC) is on the side of workers in the entertainment industry, Princes Town MP Barry Padarath is warning that the Prime Minister cannot abdicate himself from responsibility if after Carnival there is a spike in covid19 cases. At a UNC media conference on Sunday, Padarath was critical of the eleventh-hour […]

  • Brent Sancho: Return of sport long overdue
    by Jelani Beckles on January 24, 2022 at 12:35 pm

    THE Ministry of Sport and Community Development has announced that the safe-zone return-to-play proposal developed by the Ministry after consultation with stakeholders and officials has been approved. Sports administrators welcomed the news, but Trinidad and Tobago Pro League interim chairman Brent Sancho believes it’s long overdue. A media […]

  • Deacon Holdip to parishioners at first service: ‘Follow God’s word’
    by Melissa Doughty on January 24, 2022 at 4:39 am

    Malcolm Holdip, the Court of Appeal judge who was ordained as an RC deacon on Saturday, is urging citizens to follow the word of God. He delivered his first homily on Sunday at the Church of the Holy Family, Mt Lambert. Holdip was one of 15 to be ordained at the Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception, Port of Spain. He said then he was happy to […]

  • Masmakers: Pulling off Carnival 2022 will be challenging
    by Cherisse L Berkeley on January 24, 2022 at 4:39 am

    Stakeholders from all aspects of the Carnival industry are expressing frustration over the short period they have been given to prepare for Carnival 2022. On Wednesday last week, the Ministry of Tourism, Culture and the Arts said Carnival events will be limited to safe-zone events. It said only concert-type events with masked, vaccinated […]


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