Daily Brief

Daily Brief - Monday 30th January, 2023

With three triple murders and eight double murders for the month so far, taking the toll to 59, the father of two men killed in one of them says there is no hope for the country. Read more

30th January 2023

Daily Brief - Friday 27th January, 2023

There will be no International Soca Monarch this year. Geoffrey Wharton-Lake, one of the event’s directors, confirmed this on Friday evening. He did not go into further detail as to why. However, he said the organisers will meet with stakeholders after the Carnival period to discuss a way forward. Read more

27th January 2023

Daily Brief - Thursday 26th January, 2023

A Point Fortin taxi driver suspected of murdering a woman, her son and the woman's church friend three years ago, was arrested on Tuesday. The 36-year-old was arrested weeks after police received a report from an overseas laboratory regarding DNA evidence found at the crime scene. Read more

26th January 2023

Daily Brief - Wednesday 25th January, 2023

Paul Baay, Touchstone Exploration president/CEO, said sometimes a rise in the world oil price may cause his company to actually start to lose money rather than make more, due to new taxes kicking in when the price reaches to a certain threshold. Read more

25th January 2023

Daily Brief - Tuesday 24th January, 2023

Relatives of the youngsters who became this country's first triple murder victims on Sunday, have told Newsday they remain baffled as to why anyone would want the three dead. Police said that at 4.50 pm, officers received a report of gunshots in Boy's Lane, D'Abadie and later found the three... Read more

24th January 2023

Daily Brief - Monday 23rd January, 2023

Pro vice-chancellor and campus principal of UWI St Augustine Prof Rose-Marie Belle Antoine is ready to take UWI to the forefront of innovation and healing TT’s society. In her inaugural address, during her induction ceremony at the Daaga Auditorium, UWI, St Augustine, on Saturday night, UWI’s first female principal and... Read more

23rd January 2023

Daily Brief - Friday 13th January, 2023

The TT Promoters Association president Jerome “Rome” Precilla said he agrees with the Prime Minister that covid19 is here and people need to take personal responsibility in the fight against it. Rome spoke to media via Whats App after Dr Rowley spoke to the country about TT’s current covid19 condition. Read more

13th January 2023

Daily Brief - Thursday 12th January, 2023

Attorney Nyree Alfonso called for the introduction of mandatory safety standards for TT's commercial diving sector, on Wednesday at the Paria Commission of Enquiry (CoE), at the International Waterfront Centre, Port of Spain. The CoE, under Jerome Lynch, KC, is probing last February's tragic deaths of four men sucked into... Read more

12th January 2023

Daily Brief - Wednesday 11th January, 2023

SOUTHEX CEO and Chutney/Soca promoter George Singh is looking forward to a million-dollar payout for the 2023 competition's winners. Singh said he is hoping the prize structure would return to the pre-covid19 days, with a first prize of $500,000, $100,000 for the second place winner, $75,000 for position number three,... Read more

10th January 2023

Daily Brief - Tuesday 10th January, 2023

As she continues to grapple with the reality of losing her granddaughter, Tisha Maloney is lamenting the spate of murders in TT, and the disregard for human life by criminals. Maloney's six-year-old granddaughter Kylie Maloney was killed during an attack at the family's Blake Avenue, Damarie Hill, Sangre Grande, home... Read more

10th January 2023

Daily Brief - Monday 9th January, 2023

Have political parties over the years been either consistent or convenient in their attitudes towards nominating active politicians for the presidency? A review of media reports and the Hansard record of Parliament may shed light on this question, in view of the Prime Minister's nomination of Senate President Christine Kangaloo,... Read more

9th January 2023

Daily Brief - Friday 6th January, 2023

It was no ordinary funeral. Rather, a celebration of the life of a man of God and a man of country, Bishop Kessel Byer preached at the farewell service for calypso great Leroy "Black Stalin" Calliste on Thursday at the Southern Academy for the Performing Arts in San Fernando. Read more

6th January 2023

Daily Brief - Thursday 5th January, 2023

“A lot of times, it feels surreal and we look at each other and we’re like ‘How is this possible?’” These were June-Ann Henry’s words when describing the growth and success of A&J Premium Ice Cream, the business she runs with and her husband Anthony. Read more

5th January 2023

Daily Brief - Wednesday 4th January, 2023

Both covid and flu vaccines will be available at 12 locations in Trinidad on Fridays and Saturdays, between January 6 and February 4, as the Health Ministry relaunches its vaccination drive for the public in 2023. Read more

4th January 2023

Daily Brief - Tuesday 3rd January, 2023

Once again, spent bullet shells with the markings TTR (Trinidad and Tobago Regiment) have been found at a crime scene despite claims of ignorance by the Regiment, and assurances by the National Security Minister that measures have been implemented to clamp down on the illegal use of military weapons and ammunition. Read more

3rd January 2023

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