Driving through "the coconuts" on your way to Mayaro in darkness will be a thing of the past as Minister of Public Utilities, Robert Le Hunte, commissioned 18 LED solar-powered lights along the Manzanilla Mayaro Road.
Conserving the earth's biodiversity and the sustainability of development in the Caribbean is a matter that depends on how we treat the land and its inhabitants.
The 13th edition of the Film Festival is just around the corner and organiser, Dr. Bruce Paddington, is saying this year may top last year.
With the July-August vacation upon us, many parents are left searching for activities to keep their children occupied.
Our mind is such that we can achieve and do anything if we believe but we have to use the resources around us, and the greatest resource is people.
Public Relations Officer of the People's National Movement, Stuart Young, says it is unfortunate when people try to divide the country based on religion.
Petrotrin's recording of a $85.6 million profit for the period ended last month is not appeasing members of the Oilfields Workers’ Trade Union, who say the profit is not reflective of the reality facing the company.
Opposition Senator, Wade Mark, is calling on the Prime Minister and his Cabinet to prove the sea worthiness of the Galleons Passage before allowing the public to travel on the vessel.
The Water and Sewerage Authority has advised that mechanical and electrical problems at the Point Lisas Desalination Plant have resulted in the facility being out of operation.