Daily Brief

Daily Brief - Friday 21st June, 2024

Four years after his brother was shot dead, Christino Perreira met a similarly violent death when a gunman shot him eight times. Perreira, 55, lived at Race Course Road, Carapo, Arima by himself, in the same house where his brother Darren Perreira was killed. Read more

21st June 2024


Daily Brief - Thursday 20th June, 2024

Outgoing acting WASA CEO Kelvin Romain said while WASA’s restructuring is well underway, it still has a long way to go to reach its target of self-sustenance and improving its ability to satisfy consumers with better service. He said to reach its goals, the company would need a new mindset. Read more

20th June 2024


Daily Brief - Tuesday 18th June, 2024

A frantic family search for a missing Freeport man ended in grief on Monday after Justin Dean's body was found in a bamboo patch along the southbound lane of the Sir Solomon Hochoy highway, Freeport. Dean's older brother, who asked not to be identified, said he and his wife left... Read more

18th June 2024


Daily Brief - Friday 14th June, 2024

Minister of Public Utilities Marvin Gonzales said during the recent hot spell, WASA was losing 36 million gallons of water each day from its reservoirs owing to fallout from climate change, speaking in an interview on June 13 with television personality Wendell Etienne, posted on WASA's YouTube channel. Read more

14th June 2024


Daily Brief - Wednesday 12th June, 2024

A Venezuelan mother who was detained with her son at the heliport in Chaguaramas for a year and a half will be allowed to pursue her judicial review claim against the Minister of National Security over the suitability of the Chaguararmas heliport as an immigration detention centre. Read more

12th June 2024


Daily Brief - Tuesday 11th June, 2024

Trinidad and Tobago can expect more showers from Tuesday to Friday. A five-day weather forecast for June 11-15 issued by the Met Service via its Facebook page said low-level convergence, equatorial moisture advection (the usually horizontal movement of a mass of fluid such as air or an ocean current) and... Read more

11th June 2024


Daily Brief - Monday 10th June, 2024

Attorney General Reginald Armour, SC, discussed Trinidad and Tobago's anti-money laundering measures at the 58th Caribbean Financial Action Task Force (CFATF) Plenary and Working Group Meetings, which brought together Caribbean and Latin American leaders to discuss and implement measures to fight money laundering, terrorist financing and the proliferation of weapons... Read more

10th June 2024


Daily Brief - Friday 7th June, 2024

The shaky performance of state companies under the umbrella of the National Enterprises Ltd (NEL) was a major topic of concern for shareholders, who vented their concerns at the group’s annual general meeting on Thursday at the Trinidad Hilton, Port of Spain. Read more

7th June 2024


Daily Brief - Thursday 6th June, 2024

Two men who have over 30 years of experience in food security in the Caribbean have developed and published a framework that will enhance the ability to provide affordable food in selected Caricom countries. The launch of the framework took place at the Caribbean (Civil Society) Consultative Working Group meeting... Read more

6th June 2024


Daily Brief - Wednesday 5th June, 2024

Police are offering a $100,000 reward for information leading to the arrest of people responsible for the shootings on June 2 in Gonzales, Belmont and at the Port of Spain General Hospital (PoSGH) which left four people dead and two others injured. Read more

5th June 2024


Daily Brief - Tuesday 4th June, 2024

The Southern Division Task Force has held an 18-year-old man with several rounds of ammunition and a quantity of cocaine. A police statement on June 3 said the police arrested the suspect in an exercise which started at 11.30 pm on June 2 and ended at around 3 am on... Read more

4th June 2024


Daily Brief - Monday 3rd June, 2024

Attorney Nyree Alfonso, director of one of the largest firearm dealerships in TT, has sounded alarm bells over the local impact of a new US policy which imposes restrictions on firearm exports to curb US-made civilian guns in crimes abroad. Read more

3rd June 2024


Daily Brief - Wednesday 29th May, 2024

Public Services Association (PSA) president Leroy Baptiste is vowing to take the matter of the TT Revenue Authority (TTRA) Act to the Privy Council. Baptiste said in a phone interview on Tuesday that the association’s attorneys were immediately instructed to prepare to take the matter to the final appellate court... Read more

29th May 2024


Daily Brief - Monday 27th May, 2024

A social activist and blogger has been permitted to pursue a claim against the Police Commissioner’s failure to provide him with information on how many police units are not required to display their regimental numbers on their uniform while on duty. Read more

27th May 2024


Daily Brief- Friday 24th May, 2024

TT Unified Teachers Association (TTUTA) president Martin Lum Kin believes gang activity may have resulted in a fight at the Palo Secondary School that left five students with stab wounds on Thursday. Lum Kin told Newsday there was an incident in Siparia over the weekend between students from the Palo... Read more

24th May 2024


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