Energy Minister Franklin Khan may soon be able to resume his Ministerial duties after having been away from office since last December.
Minister of State in the Office of the Prime Minister Stuart Young says there was no interference by government as it pertains to the members of the Port Authority Board resigning.
Caribbean Airlines Limited has had to cancel more flights as New York continues to face blizzard conditions.
There was an array of talent displayed by inmates at the Youth Training Centre as Vision on Mission launched the 2017 Preparation for Release Programme.
The President General of the Oilfields Workers' Trade Union, Ancel Roget, believes the Minister of Finance is painting a distorted picture concerning Petrotrin's contribution to the economy.
Government is today seeking to clarify its position on the closing down of the ArcelorMittal plant, as it maintains it does not have much room legally to act on the matter.
A $25,000 reward has been issued by Crime Stoppers for information in relation to the whereabouts of missing Woman Police Constable Nayasha Joseph.
Debate on the planned amendments to The Miscellaneous Provisions, Trial by Judge Alone Bill, 2017 took off in the Senate on Tuesday.
Investigations are continuing into the death of an expatriate from the United Kingdom, who died after falling into a concrete mixer at a construction site in Matilda, Princes Town on Tuesday.