The Trinidad and Tobago Men's Hockey Team got a chance to run out against foreign opposition when they swept a three-match friendly series against the Guyana Men’s National Team at the turf in Tacarigua.
While Education Minister Anthony Garcia celebrated with teachers graduating from the ICT Professional Development Course on Wednesday, frustrated parents of children attending the Princes Town Number 1 Presbyterian School stood outside the Naparima Boys’ College, hoping to get a meeting with him after the Graduation Ceremony.
The Chief Education and Research Officer of the Oilfields Workers' Trade Union, Ozzi Warwick, says the Government has lost touch with the ground.
The mangrove trees that grow in the swamps and coastlines are very important as they are the first line of defence against the impacts of climate change, including rising sea levels and storm surge.
The Ministry of National Security along with the Ministry of Trade and Industry have announced that applications for Individual Work Permits are to be completed only on TTBizLink.
A major "cleaning up" is required at the Youth Training & Employment Partnership Programme, better known as YTEPP.
UNC Senator, Gerald Ramdeen, says Government has failed the country in dealing with the crime situation, and he says it's time for citizens to say enough is enough.
The National Under-16 Water Polo team is hard at work preparing for the upcoming CCCAN Games in El Salvador at the end of the month, and from the looks of things, they are raring to go.