Anika Gumbs

Former journalist wins libel case against Sunshine

A High Court judge has award­ed for­mer in­ves­tiga­tive jour­nal­ist Ani­ka Gumbs $255,000 in dam­ages for a se­ries of li­bel­lous ar­ti­cles pub­lished in Sun­shine news­pa­per al­most four years ago.

De­liv­er­ing judg­ment in the San Fer­nan­do Civ­il Court, Jus­tice Na­dia Kan­ga­loo found that the ar­ti­cles amount­ed to an at­tack on Gumbs and made her a pub­lic tar­get.

Gumbs seeks legal advice on Rowley's book

A former journalist who has been immortalised in a book written by Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley titled From Mason Hall to Whitehall is seeking legal advice on the contents in a chapter of the book in which political allegations have been made about her. 

Eight paragraphs of the chapter “Institutional Failure and Political Nastiness” have been dedicated to former journalist Anika Gumbs and detail a visit to Rowley’s Diego Martin home for an interview.