Several lucky local cricket clubs are smiling a bit after they received grants to the tune of TT$20,000 to assist in their operations and development.
David Lyons' account of the events which unfolded at Wallerfield on Sunday is crucial to ongoing investigation into the crash which injured four patrons at the CMRC.
Public Utilities Minister Ancil Antoine says a meeting between him and officials at the Oilfields Workers' Trade Union are in the cards in the near future - that's if the union leaders show up.
There are some people we meet along life's journey, that leave a lasting impression just by the way they live their lives, no matter what their situation. Kent Fuentes tells about one such young man who unfortunately passed away last Saturday.
Several T&T Olympians have settled in nicely at their Pre-Olympic Camp in Sao Paolo, Brazil and now must wait anxiously as the count down continues to the start of the Rio Olympic Games.
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.