Former THA Chief Secretary Orville London was honoured over the weekend for his contributions to Trinidad and Tobago, as THA Chief Secretary and as Political Leader of the People's National Movement, Tobago Council.
The search for missing WPC Nayasha Joseph has been extended to include areas such as the Caroni River; and the Head of the Police Service Social and Welfare Association Michael Seales says more has to be done to find the missing officer.
Vice Chairman of Caribbean Airlines Limited, Michael Quamina, believes the airline can turn a profit within the next two years.
Former Head of the National Operations Centre (NOC), Garvin Heerah, says T&T is in the midst of a crime epidemic and it should be treated as an emergency situation.
The Joint Trade Union Movement is calling on Prime Minister Dr. Keith Rowley to relieve Minister Colm Imbert of some of his responsibilities.
JTUM wants Colm Imbert relieved of some of his duties; CAL explores modern booking system which will make the airline more aware of seat availability; and a 19 year old woman has gone missing after she left home to seek a job.
March 13th, 2017 Kent House, Maraval – The Ministry of Rural Development and Local Government will host a two-day Orientation Seminar on Wednesday 15th and Friday 17th March, 2017 for Mayors, Chairmen, Deputy Mayors, Vice Chairmen, Aldermen, Councillors and Chief Executive Officers of each Municipality.
Caribbean Airlines is set to implement a new booking system which they hope will reduce the number of passengers stranded while waiting for stand-by flights; and the CWU says they were not consulted on the decision to dissolve the Tourism Development Company.