A Remand Yard prisoner is expected to appear before an Arima Magistrate, charged with the January 19th 2017 murders of Damien Daniel and Clint Hernandez.
India's Government has expressed interest in partnering with Trinidad and Tobago in the Information Communication Technology (ICT), energy and pharmaceuticals fields.
The Ministry of Rural Development and Local Government has embarked on a series of Public Sector Investment Programme (PSIP) tours across all 14 Regional Corporations.
Attorney Farai Hove Masaisai says better legislation needs to be put in place to address sexual harassment in the workplace.
Director of the Tobago Emergency Management Agency, Allan Stewart, says plans are being put in place to ensure the agency is ready for this year's Hurricane Season.
The Studley Park Quarry is producing and distributing more material than it has ever done since being placed under new management.
While the THA Tourism Division boasts of a significant increase in cruise ship tourist arrivals to Tobago this season, one political organisation is of the view that the figures may be misleading.
Finance Minister Colm Imbert is shutting down criticism on Prime Minister Dr. Keith Rowley's absence from a meeting involving CARICOM Heads and UK Prime Minister Theresa May, which took place in London on Tuesday.
Following Monday's High Court ruling in favour of the former Director of Intelligence at the Strategic Services Agency, Carlton Dennie, Acting Prime Minister Colm Imbert is clarifying that the case was not in correlation to the firing of Mr. Dennie, as has been suggested.