When you think about the race to the stage it usually goes hand in hand with Carnival Monday and Tuesday.
A celebration of Trinidad and Tobago culture! That's the claim of the Borders Festival carded for May 26th to 28th of this year.
You may have known him as Swappi or even Swappi HD but now he wants to be called Swappi Swappton. All this is part of Swappi's new song and self re-branding.
The NCC chairman says they are considering some changes to the route of the parade.
Chairman of the National Carnival Commission Kenneth De Silva says the commission is closely reviewing the issues affecting Pan Trinbago.
Three out of the four political parties contesting the January 23rd THA elections signed an Election Code of Conduct on Monday which was broadcast live on Tobago Channel 5.
Caribbean Airlines says it has resolved issues surrounding the operation of its ATR aircraft.
A second teen from Purcell Street in Vistabella goes missing.
According to Police 14 year old Malikah Timothy left home around 7:30 am on Saturday January 7th to visit an aunt at Indian Walk, Princes Town and has not been seen or heard of since. Her father made a report to the police on Sunday.
Malikah is of African descent, 5 feet 1 inch tall, brown complexion with long black hair and brown eyes.
Just last Tuesday another 14 year old from the same area was reported missing.
However on Monday word came that Mariah Modeste was found safe.
Anyone with information on the whereabouts of Malikah Timothy is asked to call 800-TIPS or contact the police at 555, 999, 911 or any police station.
The strike is off !! There have been a settlement agreed between Petrotrin and the Oil Field Workers Trade Union after another lengthy meeting on Monday at the Ministry of Labour.
No strike as yet as the nation's waits to hear whether an agreement has been reached with state owned Petrotrin and the Oilfields Workers Trade Union.
We're told President General Ancel Roget is to make his way to Point-a-Pierre where workers have been gathered to address them.
Ian Wason is there for us.