(Trinidad Guardian) Trinidad and Tobago, the largest exporter of liquefied natural gas to the US, said exports to that country have fallen “sharply” because of rising US shale gas production.
DUBAI, (Reuters) – Cricket’s world test championship will not begin until 2017, International Cricket Council chief executive Haroon Lorgat announced today.
(Trinidad Guardian) Males outnumbered females in new cases of cancer and cancer deaths in T&T.
(Trinidad Guardian) Finance Minister Winston Dookeran says French President Nicolas Sarkozy’s naming of T&T as a tax haven was premature and improper.
(Jamaica Observer) Six policemen who were assigned to the Gun Court Remand Centre have been transferred and are facing certain corruption charges after they were allegedly caught on camera taking money from a close relative of jailed popular entertainer Vybz Kartel.
(De Ware Tijd) PARAMARIBO – There is a shortage of 400 beef cattle a month.
(Barbados Nation) Prime Minister Freundel Stuart says tertiary education in Barbados will remain free across the board, dismissing suggestions that only the “less well off” should receive state subsidies.
KOLKATA, (Reuters) – Rahul Dravid made the most of superb batting conditions at Eden Gardens to post his 36th test hundred and put India in charge after the first day of the second test against West Indies today.
(Barbados Nation) It’s safe to say that Guyana have mastered regional rugby. At least its shortened format.
(Trinidad Express) “Are you insinuating for one minute that if the police are attacked they should turn their back and run?” That was the response of National Security Minister John Sandy yesterday when asked about the killing of three men from Santa Cruz by the police on Saturday.
(De Ware Tijd) PARAMARIBO – President Desi Bouterse has criticized the Ministry of Zonal Planning, Land and Forest Management (RGB) harshly.
Former Finance Minister Asgar Ally, who had an acrimonious falling out with the PPP/C, came out in support today for PPP/C presidential candidate Donald Ramotar.
Barbadian Roger Mayers emerged with the driver’s champion title today at the conclusion of the final leg of the GT&T/Seaboard Marine Caribbean Race of Champions at the South Dakota circuit after leader David Summerbell failed to take to the field due to mechanical problems with his car.
The crowd at the PPP/C Anna Regina rally yesterday. It was addressed by PPP/C candidate Donald Ramotar and President Bharrat Jagdeo among others.
A 36-year-old man died today under suspicious circumstances following an apparent accident on Wellington Street in the city.
St Lucia is observing three days of national mourning following the Thursday evening accident in which a bus coming from a funeral went over a cliff and plunged into the sea killing 17 people including an infant and a pregnant woman.
Former judge of the Organization of Eastern Caribbean States, Guyanese Odel Adams has passed away.
(Barbados Nation) France’s president Nicholas Sarkozy has named Barbados among 11 so-called tax havens which he says will be shunned by the international community.
KOLKATA, (Reuters) – West Indies’ spin-wary batsmen should look to Shivnarine Chanderpaul to learn how to tackle the Indian spinners in the ongoing test series, visiting captain Darren Sammy said today.
(Trinidad Express) It is neither captain Kenwyne Jones and his players, nor German coach Otto Pfister, but rather the Trinidad and Tobago Football Federation (TTFF) which is coming in for the heaviest criticism following the national team’s early elimination from 2014 World Cup qualifying.
(Trinidad Express) A 64-year-old shopkeeper was discovered murdered at his Morvant home yesterday.
(Trinidad Express) Trinidad and Tobago experienced an earthquake yesterday that measured 4.6 on the Richter scale.
(Trinidad Express) Anger coursed through the Gasparillo Road, Santa Cruz, community yesterday after three residents were shot dead and three others injured during an incident with police in Chaguanas earlier in the day.
LAS VEGAS, (Reuters) – Manny Pacquiao was tested to the full before retaining his WBO welterweight title with a controversial majority decision over Juan Manuel Marquez at the MGM Grand Garden Arena yesterday.
MONACO, (Reuters) – Jamaican Usain Bolt and Australian Sally Pearson were named Athletes of the Year by the International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) today.