Category : World News

by Staff - 3 hours from now

VH benefits from newborn resuscitation programme

Victoria Hospital (VH) has benefitted from a programme of the World Pediatric Project aimed at  improving newborn outcomes in the Caribbean. Last week, the project conducted neonatal resuscitation training at the Victoria Hospital to impart life savi...

by Staff - 1 hour from now

Publish controversial research – Baako dares Atuguba

The Managing Editor of the New Crusading Guide newspaper, Kweku Baako has added his voice to calls for law Professor Raymond Atuguba to publish damning research that establishes the political leanings of judges of the apex court.

by Staff - 30 minutes from now

T&T: PM confirms country has ISIS cell

Trinidad Guardian:–  Trinidad and Tobago has an ISIS cell. The official confirmation came yesterday from Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley, who was grilled by Opposition MPs on the recent threatened plot to disrupt Carnival 2018 and the causes. Ro...

by Staff - 8 minutes ago

T&T: Man dresses up as soldier for Carnival…goes to jail

Trinidad Express:–   MAN who wore a full army kit as a Carnival costume was  jailed for 15 months on Thursday. Labourer Bharat Lutchman was found wearing a uniform of the Trinidad and Tobago Defence Force including a long service ribbon and 25t...

by Staff - 12 minutes ago

Grace Mugabe PhD: Arrest made over corruption allegations

BBC:-  The vice chancellor of the University of Zimbabwe has been arrested in connection with an investigation into the awarding of a doctorate to former first lady Grace Mugabe. Levi Nyagura was detained by the country’s anti-corruption agency...

by Staff - 15 minutes ago

Guyana: Mother, daughter remanded on drugs charge

Guyana Chronicle:-  FOLLOWING the Valentine’s Day cocaine bust at the Cheddi Jagan International Airport, a mother and daughter appeared before Chief Magistrate Ann McLennan to answer a drug-trafficking charge. Rachel Narine, 19 and her mother, Kavit...

by Staff - 30 minutes ago

Pay us the over GHC50m owed us by March 30 – NAGRAT

The National Association of Graduate Teachers (NAGRAT) has warned it will from March 30 not tolerate further excuses by the government in the payment of arrears in salaries and allowances of its members across the country.