The Prime Minister is for capital punishment; and Acting Commissioner of Police Stephen Williams said the Service is traumatised by the death of their colleague, WPC Nyasha Joseph.
The Labour Movements in T&T are planning a major protest to raise their concerns and objections to gov’t policies that are affecting workers; The latest unemployment rate in this country is said to be 4.4%; Counselling services are to be provided for colleagues and family members of deceased WPC Nayasha Joseph among other stories.
The Trinidad and Tobago Soca Warriors continued their preparations for their two crucial World Cup qualifiers with Panama and Mexico next week.
The TTCB has announced a 13-man squad to face Guyana in the 7th round of the WICB'S Professional Cricket League 4-Day Tournament.
The battle between the Steel Workers Union and government continues as the union says government has documents which outline the profiles of people wanting to invest in ArcelorMittal.
The three Tobago students who would have topped CAPE 2015/2016 results recently will receive additional scholarships by the Tobago House of Assembly.
Two weeks after Carnival celebrations ended in Trinidad and Tobago, THA Chief Secretary Kelvin Charles is commending the Tobago Carnival Committee on a job well done.