AZP News

Indarsingh: PNM Most Anti-Worker Government Since Independence

  THE People’s National Movement government is the most anti-worker and anti-trade union one since Trinidad and Tobago became Independent. So claimed Couva South MP Rudranath Indarsingh at a press conference at the Office of the Opposition Leader in Port-of-Spain on Sunday. He said, “The labour relations and the industrial relations environment has sunk to […]Read More

Passengers Pulls Gun; Driver goes to Police Station

  A man drives into the West End Police Station with his vehicle after his passenger points a gun at him. Police said that around 8.30pm on Saturday the driver went to Diego Martin to meet a man whom he knew to discuss a job. After the meeting the driver offered the man a lift. […]Read More

Police Recover Car Minutes after Stolen

  ST Joseph police recover a stolen car after its keys are stolen at gunpoint from a woman who entered a supermarket in St Augustine on Saturday. The car was found in the carpark of the Eric Williams Sciences Complex in Mt Hope shortly after. Police said that around 4.20pm on Saturday, a woman parked […]Read More

Griffith Warns Gangs

  By Sue-Ann Wayow ANY attempt to disable the country’s affairs using gang-related activities will be immediately shut down. On Friday night, Commissioner of Police Gary Griffith met with several well-known “persons of interest,” telling them that the Trinidad and Tobago Police Service (TTPS) will respond quickly if there were any attempts to escalate gang-related […]Read More

One More Covid-19 Death

ONE more person has died from Covid-19 in Trinidad and Tobago bringing the number of deaths to 131. The Ministry of Health in its Saturday report also reported 27 new cases, one of which is from Tobago. The number of positive cases reported reflects the samples taken during the period January 13 to January 15. […]Read More

Chaguanas Man Arrested for Gun, Ammo, Stolen TV

  A CHAGUANAS man was arrested and a firearm and quantity of ammunition seized on Friday. Police reported on Saturday that the arrest was made by officers of the Central Division during an anti-crime exercise conducted in the Enterprise district. Officers conducted the exercise between 3pm and 11pm. At School Lane, Enterprise, Chaguanas, a male […]Read More

Police Find Firearms, Ammo in Caroni

  TWO firearms and a quantity of ammunition were discovered under a coconut tree by police officers from the Central Division on Thursday. The Trinidad and Tobago Police Service (TTPS) reported that the items were found on Saturday during an anti-crime exercise conducted in the Caroni district between 9pm and 11pm. Officers proceeded to Caroni […]Read More

CMO: Safeguards in Place for Covid-19 Vaccine Rollout in T&T

  By Prior Beharry DOCTORS and nurses in Trinidad and Tobago will be trained to ask probing questions about a patent’s allergy history when the Covid-19 vaccine is being administered. This according to Chief Medical Officer Dr Roshan Parasram during the virtual presser of the Ministry of Health on Saturday. He was responding to a […]Read More

Royal Caribbean Returns to T&T Shores

  AFTER an absence of almost a decade, Royal Caribbean Cruises will be returning to Trinidad and Tobago’s shores as part of its 2021/2022 cruise season. In a press release on Friday, the Ministry of Tourism, Culture and the Arts stated that the decision to include T&T back on the world’s second-largest cruise firm itinerary  […]Read More

Public Healthcare Not Good Enough for Those in Charge of

  THIS week’s tomfoolery is bought to you by Dr Fuad Khan, former minister of health, Trump enthusiast and one of the few people on earth who believes a mullet is a good look. Unfortunately last weekend our Prime Minister, Dr Keith Rowley, had some cardiac issues and was rushed to Westshore Private Medical Hospital. […]Read More