The OWTU is drilling down in its pressure on the Rowan Drilling Trinidad Limited.
The Secondary Entrance Assessment (SEA) exam will be held on Thursday May 3rd this year.
The Trinidad and Tobago Police Service says it has launched an investigation into an incident which took place in San Fernando on Carnival Tuesday night, involving police officers and Mayor Junia Regrello.
The playing future of local stars Kieron Pollard, Darren Bravo and Sunil Narine with the West Indies team is still up in the air, after the recent comments by Cricket West Indies President Dave Cameron.
Despite no official welcome home as was originally planned, members of the National Men’s Hockey Team are satisfied with their 10th-placed finish at the recent FIH Indoor Hockey World Cup in Germany.
Government must intervene to prevent persons from occupying areas that would endanger their lives and property.
The suspect held in connection with the murder of Pre School Teacher, K'la Marie Solomon Cain, has died.
Two prison officers had to be rushed to hospital for medical treatment on Thursday after being injured at the Maximum Security Prison.
After five months of sick leave, Minister Public Administration and Communications, Maxie Cuffie, is expected to return to his job in the near future.
Two out of the 13 Muslims who were detained by the State, following an alleged terror plot planned for Carnival, were released on Wednesday night.