President Anthony Carmona is calling for more to be put in place to take care of our calypsonians in the long term.
Speaking at the Top 20 Stars of Gold and Calypso of the Year Award Ceremony President Carmona said as a nation we "ought to be ashamed" of the lack of that's been established for the cultural contributors as he outlined several initiatives he believes can change the scheme of things.
A call for the leaders of this country to be held accountable for misuse of public office. This was the key topic discussed on Saturday evening as the Citizens Intervention Project met for the relaunch of the programme.
How apt is it that the 18th annual Blue Food Festival is currently in progress in Bloody Bay, Tobago.
The Opposition continues to call for Faris Al Rawi to be removed as Attorney General after pictures of children, who they believe to be his, handling high-powered military weapons, were made public.
Police are investigating a murder in Maturita East Trinidad which took place early on Sunday morning.
The victim has only been identified by his alias: Nosey. The incident is being investigated.
A pond in Santa Flora is being drained in hopes of finding bodies. Details are still unclear but C News caught up with one of the contractors draining the pond who confirmed the reason why the pond is being drained.
Government will search for a new site for the St. Clair Police Station during this fiscal year according to Finance Minister Colm Imbert. The plans where revealed during the Standing Finance Committee's review of the budget for the Ministry of National Security during Friday's sitting of Parliament.
The Central Statistical Office is reassuring the public that its official statistics are collected and processed in accordance with strict international statistical standards. The CSO says this includes rigorous and robust quality assurance procedures. The assurance follows recent media reports which suggested that four CSO officers were somehow able to manipulate the labour force statistics.
A farewell fitting for a mas making King. That's exactly what veteran mas man Stephen Derek got as several members of the mas fraternity, family and friends gathered to say their final goodbye at the Holy Trinity Cathedral on Saturday morning. But even as they celebrated Derek's life some lamented that he was not recognized as he should have been when he was alive.