At the first of two Special Sittings of the Caribbean Court of Justice to honour its new President, Mr. Justice Adrian Saunders, one theme rang true - the reluctance of regional territories to make the CCJ their highest court of appeal on civil and criminal matters.
Parents with children suffering from cerebral palsy staged a protest outside the National Enrichment Centre at Carlsen Field, Chaguanas, on Friday.
Prime Minister, Dr. Keith Rowley, says a State of Emergency is not an option at this time to deal with the upsurge in crime in Trinidad and Tobago.
Residents of East Port of Spain have made an impassioned plea to the Police Service to do something to make their neighbourhood safe again.
Senator Allyson West will act as Minister of Public Administration, as the Line Minister, Marlene McDonald, is seriously ill.
Prime Minister, Dr. Keith Rowley, says Trinidad and Tobago will sign on to CARICOM's Protocol on Contingent Rights, once there are no legal issues standing in the way.