Law students at the UWI's St. Augustine Campus say they have no problems studying at a South Campus, but they expect that all of the basic needs, such as safety and security, are met before they are moved to the Law Faculty's new base in Debe.
The Intellectual Property industry in Trinidad and Tobago has made over $18 million in gross revenue in recent years.
A call is being made to encourage creative innovation and to get more young people engaged in the politics of this country.
The Acting Prime Minister Colm Imbert has defended the Minister of National Security's actions during his walkabout in Enterprise last week.
Rally Trinidad will drive off this weekend featuring some of the best drivers in this country, the UK and the Caribbean.
Minister of Legal Affairs and Minister in the Ministry of the Attorney General Stuart Young is hailing his recent visit to Houston, Texas with Prime Minister Dr. Keith Rowley as a success.
There's been no consensus among Tobago stakeholders on a short-term plan to address the cargo ferry situation after the Super Fast Galicia leaves T&T on April 18th.
Director of the Centre for Human Development Hanif Benjamin has stressed that more focus should be placed on the physical effects of trauma.
One day after employees at Trinidad Cement Limited picketed outside their workplace, officials at TCL are expressing surprise at the action by the OWTU.