Trinbagonians have made one thing blatantly clear: coming from a small Caribbean island does not limit the mark you leave on this earth. We've also proven to be resilient people, never allowing our beginning to determine the outcome of our journey.
One such example is Krystal Serrano, a Trinidad born politician who's making waves in the United States. Mrs. Serrano is vying for the position of Senator for the New York State 98th District a post once held by now Presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton.
The 1990 attempted coup scarred Port of Spain for many years, but over time we have seen the city recover. However there were many lives that were also shaken by the events of the 1990 insurrection.
On Thursday Peter Christopher spoke with Afiesha Cabellero, who lost her mother on July 27. Here is her story.
The Prime Minister's vacation is well-deserved. This from Minister of Legal Affairs and the Office of the Attorney General Stuart Young at Thursday's Post Cabinet Press briefing.
With just days left before the start of the Olympic Games, gymnast Thema Williams will be wondering what could have been for her had she not gone through a well documented denial of a chance to compete at the Games.
In spite of current global energy volatility, Atlantic LNG's projections in the short term look positive and the company hopes the expansion of the Panama Canal will bring new markets.
However, dealing with the country's gas shortage is something of a concern.
The Point Lisas based company's Chief Operating Officer Arlene Chow spoke about the company’s projections on Good Morning Trinidad and Tobago.
They came, they saw and they conquered. Now, France-based table tennis duo Rheann Chung and Dexter St. Louis are respective Ladies And Men's National Singles Champions once again.
Horse racing fans will flock to Santa Rosa Park on Monday as the Arima Race Club hosts Emancipation Day Racing.