A 28-year-old East Trinidad woman appeared before the Arima Magistrates' Court on Friday charged with two counts of sexual penetration against a male child.
Mix weather prevails over Trinidad and Tobago. Its been mostly fair with hot sunny skies along with cloudy patches and the occasional passing showers. Here's the afternoon weather forecast with Meteorologist Ean Wallace.
One former Energy Minister has lauded the Dragon gas deal as a positive development, saying this can generate increased production, thus increasing revenue for the country.
The Trinidad and Tobago netball team will go into action this afternoon, as they seek to get a second win in as many matches in the AFNA World Championships Qualifiers.
Petrotrin is in a deep, dark hole and something must be done quickly to save the state-owned oil company.
Minister of Energy and Energy Industries Franklin Khan held a media conference on Sunday to update the national community on Government's plans for Petrotrin.
Karen Cozier Phillip files this report.
Minister of Trade and Industry Paula Gopee-Scoon has written to officials in Venezuela to enquire about payment for local manufacturers.
The Trinidad and Tobago Manufacturers Association last week said its members have not yet been for goods delivered to Venezuela.
Former head of the Joint Consultative Council for the Construction Industry Mikey Joseph says that Tuesday’s earthquake has raised one of the issues which is a pet peeve with the organization.
He is referring to the licensing of contractors and the creation of building codes for construction in Trinidad and Tobago.
Hours of the sound of sweet steelpan filled the avenue on Saturday evening, attracting many on -lookers who danced and hung out.
The annual event, Pan on the Avenue, is organized by the Woodbrook/St. James Community Association chaired by former Councillor Cleveland Garcia.
This years' event was held in memory of departed Hadco Phase II Pan Groove and Laventille Serenaders member Florence Watson.
Cherrylene Lewis reports.