AZP News

TT Beat Guyana in Regional U17 Cricket

By ZAID MOHAMMED   TRINIDAD and Tobago defeated Guyana by nine wickets today at the National Cricket Center in Balmain, Couva to sound a warning as the Cricket West Indies Regional Under-17 Tournament bowled off. After Sion Hackett and Darren Samuel took three wickets each to tumble out the visitors for 91 all out in […]Read More

Barbados U17s Snatch Victory vs Windwards

By ZAID MOHAMMED FIGHTING half-centuries by Kevin Wickham and “man-of-the-Match” Giovonte Depeiza gave Barbados a nerve-wracking victory against the Windward Islands on Saturday when the Cricket West Indies Regional Under-17 Tournament bowled off. Coming together with their team staring defeat with the score on 38 runs for five wickets in search of 174 for victory […]Read More

Leewards Bowler Grabs Six for 17 vs Jamaica

By ZAID MOHAMMED A DEVASTATING spell of bowling by Jaden Carmichael propelled the Leeward Islands to a crushing eight-wicket victory over Jamaica in an opening round fixture in the Cricket West Indies Under-17 Tournament. Carmichael singlehandedly broke the back of the Jamaica batting with a spell of six wickets for 17 runs in ten overs […]Read More

Emrit Named Manager of TT U17 Cricketers

By  ZAID MOHAMMED HOSTS Trinidad and Tobago bowl off their campaign for regional supremacy against Guyana in the opening match of the Cricket West Indies Under-17 Tournament on tomorrow (July 6) at the National Cricket Centre Ground in Balmain, Couva. The encounter in the 50-over competition is one of three carded on the opening day […]Read More

Health Ministry: Non-nationals have access to HIV Treatment

PORT-OF-SPAIN – THE Health Ministry is advising that non-nationals of Trinidad and Tobago have access to immunization and treatment of communicable diseases such as HIV/AIDS and sexually transmitted diseases. The Ministry was forced to issue a release after questions were asked about the public health facilities available to non-nationals especially Venezuelans who have been registered […]Read More

Rihanna Supports, West Indies Still Lose

POP star Rihanna and a century from Nicholas Pooran were two sparks of the West Indies team, but they still fell 23 runs short to lose to Sri Lanka in their penultimate game of the ICC 2019 World Cup at Chester-Le-Street in Durham, yesterday. The mega superstar who was born in Barbados met her former […]Read More

Sri Lanka Police Chief Arrested

COLOMBO- The head of the police in Sri Lank has been arrested by his own officers for failing to prevent the April attacks on churches and hotels that killed more than 250 people. This according to a police spokesman Ruwan Gunasekera. He said the Inspector General of Police Pujith Jayasundara and former secretary to the […]Read More

China: HK Protests Trample Rule of Law

Hong Kong’s authorities deplored on Tuesday the vandalism at the Parliament by rioters, as continuation of protests from several weeks ago. Presna Latina China has condemned the protesters who vandalized Hong Kong’s Parliament on Monday. The group of protesters had occupied the Legislative Council (LegCo) building for hours after breaking away from a peaceful protest. […]Read More

Khan: Foreign operator for Pointe-a-Pierre Refinery

By AZP Staff A foreign operator will “most likely” get to run the Guaracara Refining Company Limited. This was revealed by Energy Minister Franklin Khan at the Peoples National Movement meeting titled Let’s Talk Energy in Point Fortin last evening (June 27). He said the former refinery of the now-defunct Petrotrin at Pointe-a-Pierre “is very […]Read More

Pereira appointed to Republic Board

The president of BHP Trinidad and Tobago Vincent Pereira has been appointed to the Board of Directors of Republic Bank. The bank in making the announcement said the appointment took effect from January 1, 2019. According to a release from the bank, Pereira has worked in the energy sector for more than 35 years. He […]Read More