The Ministry of Sport and Youth Affairs and UDeCOTT have dispelled claims that the structural facilities at the Brian Lara Cricket Academy were a safety hazard and a major disaster waiting to happen.
Fishermen in South Trinidad say they are concerned about the effects that Sunday's oil spill will have on their business.
Economist Indera Sagewan Alli says she is in support of having property tax but she is questioning the timing of it.
She said the burden of the property tax will fall on the middle and lower income people and this is not good for the economy moving forward.
The Trinidad and Tobago Police Service is satisfied with the progress made in Enterprise since the Protective Services moved into the Chaguanas community last month.
There are several misconceptions as to how much power the Public Service Commission really has as a lot of what is believed to fall under its mandate does not.
The government of Trinidad and Tobago hopes to achieve its objective of providing a clear framework for both employees and employers, through consultation.
The Public Service Association has initiated legal proceedings against the Civil Aviation Authority in the High Court.