UNC Political Leader Kamla Persad-Bissessar has written to the Bankers Association of Trinidad and Tobago asking for a meeting to discuss the issue of escalating bank fees and service charges.
Government maintains it did not have much room to legally act on the closure of the ArcelorMittal steel plant; and Opposition Leader Kamla Persad-Bissessar wants to know where government will be getting money to pay the $89 billion in debt which it has acquired.
Government clarifies its position on the closing down of the ArcelorMittal plant; Energy Minister Franklin Khan may soon be able to resume his Ministerial duties.
An appeals hearing has been set for May 8th for Jamaica and West Indies cricketer Andre Russell to challenge a 12-month ban imposed by the Independent Anti-Doping Disciplinary Panel.
President of the Single Father Association, Rhondall Feeles, and Reverend Hayden Charles speaks about the upcoming “300 Men March” against Domestic Violence on Saturday March 18th, 2017, in Chaguanas.
Opposition Leader Kamla Persad Bissessar seeks meeting with bankers to discuss bank charges and escalating fees for bank services and the Bankers Association concerned over "disparaging" remarks.
Former Minister in the Ministry of National Security, attorney Subhas Panday, has urged Government to exercise caution with some of the amendments being put forward in the Miscellaneous Provisions (Trial by Judge Alone) Bill. Speaking on Good Morning Trinidad and Tobago today Panday said some of the amendments might not have a positive effect on dealing with the issues with the criminal justice system.
$25,000 reward issued for information relating to whereabouts of missing WPC Nyasha Joseph; Opposition Leader writes BATT asking for meeting to discuss bank charges issues; SFATT calling for more focus to be placed on men to men and women to women violence among other stories.
Track cycling started on Saturday out at the Arima Velodrome but yesterday morning, the road men were back on the road, in action in a criterium in Diego Martin.
Austria here we come. That was the word from the members of this country's travelling party to the Special Olympics Winter Games over in Graz, Austria.