Roman Catholic Archbishop, Jason Gordon, has been officially bestowed with the Pallium by the Vatican's Ambassador during a Mass at the Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception in Port of Spain.
Two days after flooding in Port of Spain, residents of Beetham Gardens continue to clean up their areas and some attempted to shore up their entrance ways in a bid to prevent floodwater from seeping through their homes in the future.
Some residents of the Beetham community say the act of throwing floodwater on the Acting Attorney General and Laventille West MP, Fitzgerald Hinds, was distasteful, and not a reflection of the entire community.
A 46 year old fisherman, who was reportedly kidnapped on Monday, was rescued by officers of the Anti-Kidnapping Unit (AKU) during an anti-crime exercise in the Mayaro district on Wednesday afternoon.
Zika no more. This, from the Executive Director of the Caribbean Public Health Agency, (CARPHA), Dr. James Hospedales, who said there have been no reported Zika cases in the Caribbean over the last 12 months.
The Trinidad and Tobago Registered Nurses Association says it is cautiously optimistic on the measures the North West Regional Health Authority hopes to implement to secure nurses at the Port of Spain General Hospital.
What a difference a day makes following the recent rains and flooded areas. Eventually, we saw some sunshine coming through which brought some relief with the cleanup efforts. Here's more from our Meteorologist Ean Wallace.
We are just days away from the 50th edition of the Trinidad and Tobago Great Race, and we continue our build-up with a conversation with one of the chief organisers of this year's race, Roger Bell.