One hundred thousand dollars, that's the contribution government's making to the family of NJAC founder Makandal Daaga, to help offset his funeral costs.
Acting Attorney General Stuart Young says its full steam ahead for the Mitsubishi Project. This after government successfully renegotiated the deal to construct a gas chemical plant in La Brea.
Speaking at the weekly post Cabinet briefing Minister Young said government has also managed to save the country billions of dollars in claims.
While government may be seeking to pay some of its outstanding debt the Oilfields Workers Trade Union has issued this warning: if negotiations aren't settled with the union, the money being used to settle other debts will soon become unavailable.
Several contractors owed monies by government may soon receive some payment. This according to Finance Minister Colm Imbert, who also said the country's overdraft had recently been reduced to zero.
Trinidad and Tobago's Soca Warriors are back into World Cup qualifying action and Head Coach Stephen Hart is fully focussed on the upcoming qualifier with Guatemala, and is urging fans to get on board right away.
Trinidad and Tobago’s Under-21 netballers, preparing for World Championship Qualifiers, were beaten in a practice match by the national senior team on Wednesday.
T&T is looking ahead to more action in Rio de Janeiro on Friday, with a number of athletes competing in various events.
Acting Chief Medical Officer at the Ministry of Health Dr. Clive Tilluckdharry says the ministry is aware of the outbreak of the Zika Virus in Trinidad and Tobago.
Answering concerns on the health of the Prime Minister, Minister of Health Terrence Deyalsingh says he has no new update on Prime Minister Dr. Keith Rowley's health but is sure “he is doing well and will report to the country as he sees fit.”
Medical Director at Mount Hope Women's Hospital Dr. Karen Sohan is dismissing rumours that there are babies being born with the Zika Virus and Microcephaly in Trinidad and Tobago.