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SORT Head Charged for Misbehaviour in Public Office

  HEAD of the Special Operations Response Team (SORT) Inspector of Police Mark Hernandez has been charged for misbehaviour in public office.   A release from the Trinidad and Tobago Police Service (TTPS) stated that he was charged pursuant to the Police Service Act, Chapter 15:01, for misbehaviour in public office by encouraging the unlawful […]Read More

Candlelight Movement Adjourns Walk to Red House

  By Prior Beharry THE walk from Arima to Port-of-Spain by the Candlelight Movement (CM) to present a petition to Parliament at the Red House no longer takes place on April 9. It has been adjourned in the wake of an increase in Covid-19 cases as reported by the Ministry of Health and the announcement […]Read More

Daddy Bharatt at Tobago Petition Signing

  By Prior Beharry TOBAONINANS came out on Thursday to sign the petition of the Candlelight Movement calling for better treatment for women in Trinidad and Tobago. The Candlelight Movement teamed up with non-governmental organisation People Against Domestic Abuse (PADA) in Tobago to make the petition available at the Scarborough Port Mall. President of PADA […]Read More

Candlelight Movement Locked Out of Woodford Square Alexander Calls for

By Prior Beharry THE Candlelight Movement is locked out of Woodford Square in Port-of-Spain on Friday evening as it launches its campaign to get 100,000 signatures for a petition calling for measures to help protect women in Trinidad and Tobago. Instead, the event was held at the corner of Knox and Pembroke Streets in front […]Read More

Moonilal: Name CCTV System after Andrea Bharatt

By Sue-Ann Wayow IT took the death of Andrea Bharatt for the Government to find money to repair much needed closed-circuit television (CCTV) cameras across the country. This is according to Member of Parliament for Oropouche East Dr Roodal Moonilal who once again lambasted the government for what he claimed were incompetencies in the nation’s […]Read More

Andrea Bharatt’s Father To Sign Candlelight Petition on Friday

  By Prior Beharry THE Candlelight Movement will launch a petition on Friday calling for five measures including the use of non-lethal weapons and the fast tracking of firearm users’ licences for women. A release on Monday stated that the petition will be signed by the Randolph Bharatt, the father of murder victim Andrea Bharatt, […]Read More

Body Cams for SORT, GEB Officers

  OFFICERS in special units of the Trinidad and Tobago Police Service (TTPS) will be equipped with body cameras. These units include the Special Operations Response Team (SORT), the Inter-Agency Task Force and Guard and Emergency Branch. This after a meeting between National Security Minister Stuart Young and Police Commissioner Gary Griffith. Speaking at a […]Read More

Alexander: PNM, UNC Had No Business at Bharatt’s Funeral

  BOTH the People’s National Movement (PNM) and the United National Congress (UNC) are responsible for the state of Trinidad and Tobago and should not have been represented at the funeral of Andrea Bharatt on Friday. This was the statement of the leader of the Citizens Union of Trinidad and Tobago (CUTT) Phillip Alexander in […]Read More

Rowley was Not Invited to Andrea Bharatt Funeral

ALTHOUGH Dr Keith Rowley said he was not attending the funeral of murder victim Andrea Bharatt, he was not invited. This according to Bharatt’s cousin Sally Sooman in a Facebook post on Friday. She said, “Sir, will all due respect, something you don’t have for us women in T&T… You wasn’t invited to Andrea’s send […]Read More

Commentary: T&T in Mourning

‘If I want to drink a bottle of rum in a short skirt and six-inch heels, while doing the dutty wine in the bed of van, I should be able to do so without fear of being raped.’ By Alicia Chamely SOMETIMES there is simply nothing to say. Not because the words and thoughts are […]Read More