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Video: ‘I Wont Get Justice’ – Daddy Bharatt

  RANDOLPH BHARATT, the father of slain judiciary worker Andrea Bharatt, says he will get no justice. He said he has faith in God and feels that nothing will be done to help the crime situation in Trinidad and Tobago. He spoke to AZP News Editor-in-Chief at a candlelight vigil on Abercromby Street opposite the […]Read More

Alexander says Nothing has Changed since Andrea’s Death

  TWO years after the body of Andrea Bharatt was discovered down a precipice at the Height of Aripo, political leader of the Progressive Empowerment Party (PEP) Phillip Edwards Alexander light a candle in front of the Red House in Port of Spain. He did the same thing on the day her body was discovered […]Read More

$25M Scanners Not Working

By Sue-Ann Wayow MORE than $25 million have been spent on two scanners to detect illegal firearms used in criminal activity but they are not working. This was revealed at a Joint Select Committee (JSC) meeting on National Security that there were “technical issues.” Attending the meeting from the Trinidad and Tobago Police Service (TTPS) […]Read More

Gasparillo Man Held with 3 Guns, Bullets

A 50-YEAR-OLD unemployed man was arrested after police found three firearms and a large quantity of ammunition at his residence in Gasparillo. Police reports are that around 4.30 pm on Tuesday, officers of the Southern Criminal Investigations Department (CID) and the Southern Division Task Force (SDTF), executed a search warrant for firearms and ammunition at a […]Read More

Bheem’s Funeral on Thursday

By Sue-Ann Wayow THE 2023 Chutney Soca Monarch will be dedicated in memory of the late Anil Bheem who passed suddenly last Saturday. Southex in a media release on Wednesday stated that the competition at Skinner Park, San Fernando, on February 17 (Carnival Friday), will still feature images of Bheem. “The opening will still surround […]Read More

Sidney Knox Dies

BUSINESSMAN Wilfred Sidney Knox, a stalwart of the Neal and Massy conglomerate, now the Massy Group, has died. He will be remembered as one of the most outstanding business leaders of his time. Knox passed away on Tuesday. The Massy Group in a release praised his long service and also extended condolences and support for his […]Read More

Charged for Fraud: Taking Money for State Lands

A PATROL woman employed with the Ministry of Agriculture and the Office of the Commissioner of State Lands has been charged with several accounts of corruption. Genelle Ashe, 34, was remanded into custody after appearing before Couva Magistrate Alexander Prince on Tuesday, police reported. She was charged by WPC Cupid with Corruptly Agreeing to Accept […]Read More

Woman Charged for Tasing Husband

FOR allegedly tasing her husband, a 36-year-old female prison officer was charged with possession of a prohibited weapon. The officer was granted bail with a surety in the sum of $100,000 when she appeared before Magistrate Rehanna Hosein at the Siparia Magistrates’ Court last Friday after being arrested and charged the same day. Charges were laid by PC Vijay Ramkissoon. The […]Read More

Earthquake: Support, Sympathy for Turkey, Syria

By Sue-Ann Wayow MORE than 11,000 people have died and 3,000 buildings destroyed in the earthquake that rocked Turkey and Syria on Monday. The earthquake had a magnitude of 7.7, following which there was another large earthquake and multiple aftershocks. In northwest Syria, at least 325 buildings have been partially damaged and 224 were completely […]Read More

T&T in Sticky Position with Dragon Deal – Paray

By Sue-Ann Wayow TRINIDAD and Tobago has been placed in a sticky situation not being allowed to pay cash for gas from the Dragon Gas Field. Member of Parliament for Mayaro Rushton Paray is advising against all investments being placed in the Venezuelan field. Paray, speaking at the United National Congress (UNC) Monday night forum in Debe […]Read More