Netball World Cup: England knock TT out of semis contention

TT WERE eliminated from semi-final contention, at the Netball World Cup, after they were soundly beaten 72-46 by the hosts England in a preliminary round Group G match, at the M&S Bank Arena, Liverpool today. England continued their 100 per cent recomore..

Petrotrin retirees protest

Saying they are facing a “serious deficit” in their pensions, retirees from the defunct state-owned oil company Petrotrin have threatened to increase their protests to the heat used to “boil” crude oil, should the company fail to address their issues. OWmore..

Back-to-back memorials for Choo Kong

On Monday, the day Raymond Choo Kong died, the theatre community came together at the Little Carib Theatre and swore they would give their icon a send-off the country would never forget. The community swiftly organised a show to celebrate the life and memore..

Choo Kong-the consummate professional

Neil Giuseppi, a close friend of Raymond Choo Kong, said TT owes him a debt of gratitude for where theatre has reached today. He said they grew up together as children, but they parted ways after secondary school after their careers took different directimore..

'Wee Wee' charged with murder

A BEETHAM Gardens man was expected to appear before a Port of Spain magistrate today, charged with the murder of Jason Charles, who was killed on May 6 in Laventille. A release from the police said John "Wee Wee" Holder, 25, of 24th Street, Beetham Gardemore..

E-mailgate closed: ‘No evidence to prosecute’

THE police have closed their investigation into the e-mails purported to have been sent among members of the People’s Partnership in 2012 surrounding the controversial Section 34 clause and a conspriacy to kill a journalist. In a statement made at the wemore..

Moonilal: PM should resign over E-mailgate failure

OROPOUCHE East MP Dr Roodal Moonilal has called on the Prime Minister to resign after the Commissioner of Police announced on Wednesday that the E-mailgate investigation had been closed owing to insufficient evidence. In 2013 Opposition Leader Dr Keith Rmore..

CoP: Don’t pay to get gun licence approved

COMMISSIONER of Police Gary Griffith has told people not to pay to have their gun licence application approved. He was responding to calls by St Augustine MP Prakash Ramadhar for the system of providing gun licences for law-abiding citizens to be made momore..

Griffith: Gangsters as young as 11

JORDON BRIGGS COMMISSIONER of Police Gary Griffith says the age of gang members, which at one time was in the late teens to early-twenties, is now as young as early to mid-teens. Speaking on Wednesday at the weekly police press briefing at Police Adminimore..

Larger than life

LAUGH and cry does live in the same house, according to a local saying, and in many ways this now applies to man of the theatre, Raymond Choo Kong, who is destined to be remembered first for the laughter he gave us and then his shocking death. Many have more..