You may know it as 'bush medicine' but serious scientific study is being done to determine the effectiveness of the Zebapique plant in real medicine here in Trinidad and Tobago with the aim of making it into a viable tool for doctors.
The Ministry of Education is today refuting claims that the Secondary Assessment Exam (SEA) results will be released on July 3rd.
Prime Minister, Dr. Keith Rowley, along with other members of his cabinet were centre stage at the 'Conversations With The Prime Minister' Meeting at the Mt. Hope/Mt. Lambert Community Centre on Friday evening.
Cabinet has commissioned an Auditor General's Report, after an audit into the Trinbago Unified Calypsonians' Organisation (TUCO), the National Carnival Bands Association (NCBA), and Pan Trinbago showed mismanagement of funds for the period 2013-2016.
A Motion of No Confidence in the Minister of National Security, Retired Major General Edmund Dillon, was raised in the Lower House of Parliament on Friday.
Homicide investigators in South Trinidad are looking into the circumstances surrounding a fatal shooting incident in the Bayshore area of Marabella.
A group of people gathered outside Parliament on Friday to protest the crime situation in the country.
Minister of Education, Anthony Garcia, says his Ministry will not be investigating an incident that took place at the University of the West Indies St. Augustine Learning Resource Centre.