All of the 14 Muslims who were detained in connection to an alleged terror plot to disrupt Carnival celebrations have been released and are seeking legal recourse against the state.
National Security Minister Edmund Dillon has confirmed that an investigation has been launched into instances of absenteeism as it relates to officers who were rostered to work during the Carnival Season but did not report for duty.
Works and Transport Minister Rohan Sinanan has revealed that it cost the State half a million dollars to transport passengers with booked ferry tickets between Tobago and Trinidad via Caribbean Airlines, due to the breakdown in sea bridge service.
Prime Minister Dr. Keith Rowley is once again attempting to ease the minds of citizens by assuring them that his Government is doing the best it can to deal with terror threats.
Selwyn 'Tarro' Tarradath will be the guest of honour at the Pan Trinbago Champs of Steel Plus event this weekend.
The Ministry of Education is reminding parents of the guidelines for registration of Primary School students as part of the process agreed upon by education stakeholders.
Protection for consumers is one of the key changes to be made to the Insurance Bill 2016.
Prime Minister Dr. Keith Rowley says the State has spent some US$163,000 towards Public Administration and Communications Minister Maxie Cuffie's health bill.
The 2018 Prime Minister's Best Village Trophy Competition has officially been launched and Minister of Community Development, Culture and the Arts, Dr. Nyan Gadsby-Dolly, says she anticipates it would be bigger and better this year.