Daily Brief

Daily Brief - Monday 16th January 2017

Panicked after a gunman shot his teenaged brother and then fired at him, a horrified Nathaniel Roberts saw a ray of hope when a marked police car came up towards them on a dark empty street in San Fernando on Saturday. Read more

16th January 2017


Daily Brief - Thursday 12th January, 2017

Only one month after being hired as the head coach of the national football team, Tom Saintfiet announced his resignation from the post yesterday, citing a lack of support from the Trinidad and Tobago Football Association (TTFA). Read more

12th January 2017


Daily Brief - Wednesday 11th January, 2017

Two senior police officers were essentially given their walking papers by acting Police Commissioner Stephen Williams yesterday during the weekly police executive meeting. The men, head of the Eastern Division Snr Supt John Trim and head of the Inter-Agency Task Force Snr Supt Simbonath Rajkumar, formerly head of the Northern... Read more

11th January 2017


Daily Brief - Tuesday 10th January, 2017

The strike at State oil company Petrotrin, threatened by the Oilfield Workers Trade Union (OWTU) was called off yesterday - the day it was supposed to begin - with Petrotrin President Fitzroy Harewood saying the company has enough fuel in storage to keep the local market supplied and deliver on exports. Read more

10th January 2017


Daily Brief - Wednesday 21st December, 2016

This was the view of Ag Deputy Commissioner of Police (DCP) and Head of the Homicide Investigations Bureau Wayne Dick on the successful completion of investigations into the murder of Republic Bank employee Shannon Banfield which ended in a man being charged for her murder and taken to court yesterday. ... Read more

21st December 2016


Daily Brief - Tuesday 20th December, 2016

In an exercise involving police and officers of the Counter-Trafficking Unit (CTU), a Chinese restaurant in Port-of-Spain was raided and ten Chinese nationals detained and taken away in a TT Police Service (TTPS) bus. The ten employees of the Me Asia Restaurant at the corner of Maraval and Tragarete roads... Read more

20th December 2016


Daily Brief - Monday 19th December, 2016

The search continued yesterday for two men who left an elderly Central Trinidad woman bleeding and in tears after they forced their way into her home, robbed and then took turns raping her on a bed during the early morning hours of Friday last. Read more

19th December 2016


Daily Brief - Friday 16th December, 2016

Dale Seecharan, who was arrested after being publicly deemed a person of interest in investigations into the murder of Republic Bank employee Shannon Banfield, was released for a second time just after midnight yesterday. This means no one is in custody for the murder of the 20-yearold woman whose body... Read more

16th December 2016


Daily Brief - Thursday 15th December, 2016

Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP) Roger Gaspard SC, yesterday spent close to four hours with detectives from the Homicide Investigations Bureau perusing the case file in the murder of Republic Bank employee Shannon Banfield. Gaspard, Newsday understands, gave certain instructions to the officers who are to return to his office... Read more

15th December 2016


Daily Brief - Tuesday 13th December, 2016

The completed autopsy into the cause of death for Shannon Banfield yesterday revealed the 20-year-old was smothered with a towel in the IAM and Company Limited warehouse where she was found. Last Friday, pathologist Dr Hughvon Des Vignes had stated that the autopsy was inconclusive pending further investigations. Read more

13th December 2016


Daily Brief - Monday 12th December, 2016

Homicide officers probing the killing of Republic Bank employee Shannon Banfield have in their possession three short video clips showing her entering the IAM and Company store on Charlotte Street, Port of Spain, another video showing her speaking to an employee, and a third showing her walking to a staircase... Read more

12th December 2016


Daily Brief - Friday 9th December, 2016

The nation was left stunned yesterday on the news that the body of Republic Bank Ltd employee Shannon Banfield, 20, who went missing on Monday, was found stuffed on a shelf and hidden by cardboard boxes on the third floor of the IAM & Co warehouse store off Charlotte Street... Read more

9th December 2016


Daily Brief - Thursday 8th December, 2016

Even local football is feeling the pinch of the recession. This as the TT Football Association (TTFA) head yesterday revealed it could not acquire the services of its first choice coach to replace Stephen Hart and instead had to settle for the cheaper choice of Tom Saintfeit as head coach... Read more

8th December 2016


Daily Brief - Wednesday 7th December, 2016

The nation awoke to the news yesterday that seven persons were killed in an accident involving a car and a pick-up van which took place Monday night at the intersection of the Churchill Roosevelt Highway and O’Meara in Arima. Read more

7th December 2016


Daily Brief - Tuesday 6th December 2016

PRIME Minister Dr Keith Rowley and Venezuela’s President Nicolas Maduro yesterday celebrated the signing of a cross-border energy deal by dancing, wining and even being in a conga line with women dressed in bright, colourful clothing at the Miraflores Palace in Caracas. Read more

6th December 2016


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