After Tuesday's massive earthquake, some on social media questioned whether this country's Protective Services are ready to deal with a natural disaster or any incident that would result in mass casualty.
Tuesday's earthquake forced the postponement of the Defence Force versus Police encounter at the Hasely Crawford Stadium after the lights went out.
During the month of August, we tend to find quite a bit of rainfall across Trinidad and Tobago In fact, it is usually the rainiest month of the wet season. Here's more from Meteorologist Ean Wallace.
Its the middle of the hurricane season and at this time of the year, we tend to watch for increased activity across the Caribbean and the Atlantic. Here's our Meteorologist Ean Wallace with more.
With all the shaking and rocking in the past couple of hours, you may need reminding that we are in the hurricane season. But, don't fear the Atlantic is quiet right now as there are no Tropical storms to speak of. Here's Meteorologist Ean Wallace with more.
The sunshine out across Trinidad and Tobago may spark a couple of showers especially during the afternoon with the possibility of a thundershower later on. Here's more from Meteorologist Ean Wallace.
In the aftermath of Tuesday's earthquake, there were reports of activity at the mud volcano at Devil's Woodyard in Princes Town, with signs of an eruption.
Minister of National Security and Communications, Stuart Young, is urging citizens to desist from spreading false news about Tuesday's earthquake as a means of entertainment.
The Roman Catholic Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception in Port of Spain will be closed to visitors and parishioners for one week to facilitate cleaning and repair works following Tuesday’s 6.9 magnitude earthquake.
August 22nd, 2018 Kent House, Maraval – Following reports of structural damageacross the country due to the 6.8 magnitude earthquake that occurred yesterday, all Disaster Management Units along with the technical officers from the various Municipal Corporations were activated as of 5:00 am today.