During the 2016-2017 national budget, Finance Minister Colm Imbert announced the importation of hybrid vehicles will be exempted from tax in an effort to preserve the environment.
The American Chamber of Trinidad and Tobago hosted its Fourth Annual Women In Leadership Seminar on Friday morning, where an audience of about 200 women gathered at the Hyatt Ballroom to participate.
On Thursday evening, students of the Hugh Wooding Law School put on their inaugural Domestic Violence Awareness Concert at the institution's campus in St. Augustine.
The Attorney General is today reminding citizens that there is no need to rush to replace their computerised birth certificates for the latest edition currently being offered at Legal Affairs.
Minister in the Office of the Prime Minister, Stuart Young, has assured that the Indictable Offences (Pre-Trial Procedure) Bill 2017 does not infringe on the rights of citizens, as expressed in Sections 4 and 5 of the Constitution.
With the productivity in the workplace at a low level across Trinidad and Tobago, the Caribbean Employers Confederation in partnership with the Employers' Consultative Association (ECA), hosted a workshop targeted at Productivity Improvement in Small and Micro Enterprises.
Government has withdrawn $1.7 billion from the Heritage and Stabilisation Fund to finance the 2017 Public Sector Investment Programme (PSIP).
The Trinidad and Tobago Defence Force has handed over to the police the findings of an investigation by the Regiment into a claim of sexually inappropriate behaviour involving Officer Cadet Trainees at Teteron Barracks in Chaguaramas.
A sincere apology from the Minister of Communications, Maxie Cuffie, to the staff at the Government Human Resource Service for the manner in which they found out that their jobs will be no more.