Minister of Public Utilities, Robert Le Hunte, has apologised to 51 delegates from 18 countries across the globe who are in the country for a Commonwealth Telecommunications Organisation Conference.
British High Commissioner, Tim Stew, and THA Deputy Chief Secretary, Joel Jack, have held talks on how the UK and Tobago can work together on developing tourism, trade and renewable energy on the island.
Understanding the unique human resources needed in the ICT age is the main objective of the Commonwealth Telecommunications Organisation and TSTT's Human Resources and ICT Conference.
Improvements to the transport and cleaning services are said to be on the way following changes to Local Government Reform.
Minister of Education, Anthony Garcia, has met with members of the Oilfields Workers' Trade Union following a protest outside the Ministry's office on behalf of staff at the University of Trinidad and Tobago.
The TT motor racing fraternity is over the moon right now, after the local squad returned home as back to back champions in CMRC.
They don't meet that often, but whenever they do, there is no love lost on the pitch as players from both teams battle each other hard for their respective countries, and more of the same is expected tonight when the Guyana outfit battles the new-look TT Warriors from 7:30 at the Ato Boldon Stadium.