December 2, 2023

St. Kitts & Nevis PM Harris expresses solidarity with Trinidad and Tobago following widespread flooding and landslides

“Prime Minister Rowley, his government and people have our full assurance that we will support them in any way we can,” Prime Minister Harris said, adding, “We stand ready to be of assistance.” PM HARRIS EXPRESSES SOLIDARITY WITH TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO FOLLOWING WIDESPREAD FLOODING AND LANDSLIDES October 22nd, 2018 Prime Minister the Hon. Dr. Timothy […]

Ganja conference to be held in Jamaica

BY AZAD ALI From Caribbean Life Trinidad and Tobago Prime Minister, Dr. Keith Rowley has been invited to attend an international cannabis conference to be held in Jamaica next month in the ongoing discussions on decriminalization and possible legislation of marijuana. He will be among speakers for the event, which will include former president of […]

Trinidadians protest crime-wave

BY AZAD ALI From Caribbean Life Hundreds of families of crime and other citizens gathered outside the Parliament building calling for the resignation of Trinidad and Tobago National Security Minister Edmund Dillion over the heinous and spiraling murders across the country on Friday, June 22. The protesters- some lying on the ground wearing jerseys with […]

Security underpins deliberations at CARICOM Heads Conference

From CARICOM The issue of  security underpinned the  deliberations and decisions of the 37th Meeting of CARICOM Heads of Government held from 4-6 July, in Georgetown, Guyana. Whether it was economic security, as it relates to the issue of correspondent banking  and its  implications for Caribbean economies and people,  or Community projections  for economic opportunities […]

OUR CARIBBEAN: Fighting crime as a region

By Rickey Singh From Nationnews Barbados LAST WEEK the Prime Minister of Trinidad and Tobago, Keith Rowley, had the painful task of informing that nation that crime had reached a “crisis level”. It is the kind of information, or news, no Head of Government of our Caribbean Community would wish to broadcast. The sad, harsh […]

Trinidad and Tobago election too close to call

From DW Trinidad and Tobago’s first female prime minister is seeking re-election for a second term. Violent crime and management of oil reserves have dominated the agenda in the Caribbean nation. Prime Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar and her opponent in Monday’s poll have similar ideologies. Each claims a better ability to tackle violent crime and to […]

Trinidad government mum on video allegedly portraying official with drugs, women

By Peter Richards From Caribbean360 PORT-OF-SPAIN, Trinidad, Friday May 22, 2014, CMC – The Trinidad and Tobago government Thursday said it would not comment on a video aired on television here showing a man who looks like a Government minister partying with marijuana and women in a hotel room. “The Government sees this as nothing […]