Trinidad and Tobago continues to rule the roost in Caribbean cricket, and especially in the Limited Overs format.
There will be a new winner of the Carib Great Race in 2016, this as three time winner Total Monster will not be entering this year's race.
"Waste is everybody's problem" that's the message for citizens, as the Trinidad and Tobago Solid Waste Management Company, along with Public Utilities Minister Ancil Antoine toured the testing of a material recovery facility at the Guanapo landfill site. One of the few initiatives to help solve the issue of poor waste management in the country.
The judgement for the complainant in a religious discrimination case brought before the Equal Opportunity Tribunal is being heralded as a landmark.
The Trinidad and Tobago Police Service is seeking the public's urgent assistance in locating KIERRIN DEAN.
There's now a new way for Tobagonians to trace their family history as 3 out of 5 Tobago slave registers, of people who worked on estates across the island centuries ago, are available for public viewing at an exhibition at the Scarborough Library.
With the Heritage Festival still ongoing and Emancipation Day right around the corner, the exhibition themed, "Memory of the World" could not have happened at a better time.
The Board and Management of the Education Facilities Company Limited (EFCL) have been moving to ensure that the fullest proper procedures are being followed in the hiring of contractors to undertake work for the July-August 2016 School Repair Programme.
The Trinidad and Tobago Police Service is seeking the public's urgent assistance in locating a Longdenville fisherman.
Sunday was all about sun, fun, family and charity. This as the Dream Foundation for Children held its 5th charity fundraising event to assist underprivileged children across the country.
Once again, Flow cable television company seeks to make significant changes to its cable services to consumers in an amount and in a way that requires examination. Once it was the arbitrary changes in certain channels, and making it worse last year, a confusing explanation by the Telecommunications Authority of Trinidad and Tobago (TATT). This time Flow in a small 10cm x 10cm newspaper advertisement (July 25) crisply announces a “change in Cable tv Package Rates.” And to find out by how much - assuming you have a computer and internet – you are asked to “visit” Flow’s website, etc. Why is Flow allowed to behave so? In a sense, it is a “private” company but, for good reasons, it is regulated under the Telecommunications Act (No. 4 of 2001).