The government of Trinidad and Tobago is yet to confirm if the nine would-be ISIS recruits held in Turkey are in fact nationals of this country.
Minister of National Security Edmund Dillon says the shortage of Pathologists is being addressed, but it's not as easy as it sounds.
Telecommunications companies and ICT providers need to do greater research in developing and proposing ICT solutions for Trinidad and Tobago and the region, rather than simply offering approaches developed for developed countries that have not proven to be implementable or effective.
Relatives of persons who died under questionable or violent circumstances over this long weekend had to endure further trauma on Tuesday morning after Pathologist Dr. Valerie Alexandrov and his assistants downed tools to protest a number of concerns.
The All Trinidad General Workers' Trade Union has sought to explain statements made in the public about its recent eviction of the United National Congress from Rienzi Complex.
Minister of Health Terrence Deyalsingh has confirmed that there are 60 pregnant women in T&T who have been diagnosed with the Zika virus.
The infrastructural developments set to happen on the Western end of Tobago are not as a direct result of the Sandals resort coming to Tobago.
Criminologist Professor Ramesh Deosaran says those in charge must look at the ISIS issue carefully, especially as the Acting Commissioner of Police goes on vacation.