Governor and Chairman of the Central Bank of Trinidad and Tobago, Dr. Alvin Hilaire, says this country is in for some tough financial times and citizens must prepare for the long term.
Parents of students attending the La Brea Roman Catholic Primary School are growing increasingly frustrated as their children have been kept away from classes for the last two weeks.
A simple procedure for City Police on Friday escalated when citizens got involved as officers tried to remove a vendor from the street.
Acting Minister of National Security Stuart Young says he not yet received word of a charge for the person who called in a hoax threat at Trincity Mall on Thursday.
"We have two choices as Trinidad and Tobago: we can either just barely exist and survive as separate groups of people steeped in the things that make us different OR standing side by side together as a nation, we can create and achieve sharing our strengths, guided by the belief in one nation, one people, one destiny. Let us choose the latter"
One hundred and seventy one (171) years ago, the first set of East Indian indentured labourers arrived on the shores of Trinidad and Tobago on the ship, the ‘Fatel Razack’ after that perilous journey across the ‘Kala Pani’ (Black Water).
On behalf of the people and Government, I extend warm regards to the East Indian community in Trinidad and Tobago, on the occasion of Indian Arrival Day 2016.