Economist Dr Vaalmikki Arjoon speaks about Trinidad and Tobago’s economic standing with Good Morning Trinidad and Tobago host Dike Rostant.
Nobel Prize winner Sir Derek Alton Walcott passed away in St. Lucia this morning; Police officers have questioned a woman amid investigations into the death of WPC Nyasha Joseph; POS business owners claim disruption in business caused by street vendors.
It's a new sport that is slowly gaining popularity in T&T which tests the limit of even those who consider themselves at one with the ocean.
Striker Jameel Perry is looking forward to being part of the Senior Men's National Football Team in the future.
While all the attention has been focussed on T&T’s men and their World Cup preparations, spare a thought for the national ladies who are also in serious training with new coach Carolina Morace.
The gas deal between Trinidad and Tobago is one step closer to becoming a reality after the signing of an agreement in Venezuela on Wednesday.
Concerned Pan Lovers of Trinidad and Tobago are banking on their members to support their efforts to help displace the current Executive of Pan Trinbago.
Prime Minister Dr. Keith Rowley is heading to the United States to meet with major oil and gas companies for negotiations to boost the local energy sector; and T&T Red Force captain Kyle Hope is preparing for a tough battle against the Guyana Jaguars in Round 7 of the West Indies Cricket Board's Regional Four-Day tournament, which bowls off at the Queen's Park Oval tomorrow morning.
Recycling of plastic waste to produce new materials like concrete or mortar appears to be one of the best solutions for disposing of plastic waste, due to its economic and ecological advantages.