Opposition Leader Dr. Denzil Douglas has called for the resignation of Tourism and International Trade, Lindsay Grant, after High Court earlier this week denied him leave of appeal and stay of execution against a default judgment.
The Court of Appeal has agreed with former government minister, Jack Warner, who challenged a 2018 High Court ruling ordering him to repay an estimated TT$1.5 million
Today will be a happy Valentine’s for soca star Machel Montano.
US President Donald Trump’s ability to wage war on Iran without congressional approval has been limited in a Senate bill passed by his fellow Republicans.
A cruise ship that was stranded at sea, because ports were worried about passengers bringing coronavirus, has been allowed to dock in Cambodia.
Prime Minister Dean Barrow Wednesday placed his National Security Minister, John Saldivar, on “indefinite suspension” as well as demanding his resignation as the leader elect of the ruling United Democratic Party (UDP) amid allegations linking him to a bribery scandal involving an imprisoned American businessman dating back to 2013.
The Caribbean Development Bank (CDB) has reiterated a call for urgent attention to be taken to address the challenges facing the cash-strapped, regional airline, LIAT.
The British government has suspended its funding of the Commonwealth Secretariat, the body that runs the international organisation from London, the BBC has learned.
Bernie Sanders has won the New Hampshire Democratic primary contest, on a terrible night for former vice-president Joe Biden.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau will meet with Caribbean Community (CARICOM) leaders during their 31st inter-sessional summit in Barbados on Tuesday next week, the Guyana-based Caribbean Community (CARICOM) Secretariat has confirmed.