T&T Cabinet approves Venezuelan amnesty policy

(Trinidad Guardian) As Government announced a two-weeks registration process of Venezuelans living in T&T, which will begin next month, National Security Minister Stuart Young on Thursday admitted they expect to face difficulties with the entire “process” which is expected to cost taxpayers $5 million.

Buju allowed to perform in Trinidad

(Trinidad Guardian) Na­tion­al Se­cu­ri­ty Min­is­ter Stu­art Young says Ja­maica’s dance­hall and reg­gae star Bu­ju Ban­ton will be the green light to en­ter the coun­try for his much-an­tic­i­pat­ed “Re­demp­tion” con­cert sched­uled next Sun­day at the Queen’s Park Sa­van­nah.

Daddy, don’t kill mommy!

12-year-old girl pleaded with father before he shot dead her mother, then himself

(Jamaica Observer)  “Daddy, don’t kill Mommy” was the earnest cry of a 12-year-old girl when her father chased her mother and shot her before killing himself on Waltham Park Road on Wednesday.

Trinidad man, 29, on over 100 fraud charges

(Trinidad Guardian) A 29-year-old man from Ari­ma has been de­nied bail af­ter ap­pear­ing in court charged with mon­ey laun­der­ing close to $300,000 that was stolen from the San Juan/Laven­tille Re­gion­al Cor­po­ra­tion (SJL­RC) in a mul­ti-mil­lion fraud scam.

TCL wants higher tariff

(Barbados Nation) Trinidad Cement Limited  (TCL) isn’t planning on waiting for the Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) to determine what’s next in the cement war against Barbados-based Rock Hard Cement after all.

Car fires ignite new fuel fears in Trinidad

(Trinidad Guardian) Wide­ly shared so­cial me­dia posts blam­ing im­port­ed fu­el for at least six in­ci­dents in re­cent months in which cars caught fire have been dis­pelled by me­chan­ics who be­lieve poor main­te­nance and shod­dy mod­i­fi­ca­tions were done to the ve­hi­cles were like­ly the cause of the fires.

The deadliest road in Trinidad & Tobago

(Trinidad Guardian) The dead­liest stretch of road­way in Trinidad & Tobago is a 700-me­tre por­tion of the M2 Ring Road in Debe, where at least sev­en peo­ple have been killed as a re­sult of five fa­tal road traf­fic ac­ci­dents be­tween 2013 and 2017.