The Minister of National Security and Communications, Stuart Young, updated the national community on the latest efforts following Tuesday's 6.9 Magnitude earthquake.
The Straker Nets ladies recovered from a bad start to beat Brian Chase Academy at the Chaguanas Indoor Facility as the Basketball for Basketballers resumed.
The national netball team is calling for support from the public as they left for Barbados to take part in the AFNA World Championship Qualifiers.
The Hon. Colm Imbert, Minister of Finance, has taken note of allegations made by the Leader of the Opposition regarding the legality of the NIF bond offer. The Leader of the Opposition has claimed that the Government has encouraged Insurance Companies to break the law by exceeding an alleged statutory limit of 25% of capital in any single investment.
After Tuesday’s massive 6.9 Magnitude earthquake, Trinidad and Tobago had another shake on Wednesday morning.
The Ministry of Finance advises thatdue to the aftereffects of the earthquake which occurred on Tuesday 21st August, 2018, the following offices of the Ministry of Finance will be closedto staff and members of the public onWednesday 22nd August, 2018:
The National Emergency Operations Centre (NEOC) continues to coordinate emergency response following a 5.9 magnitude earthquake felt across Trinidad and Tobago on Wednesday 22nd August, 2018 at 9:28 a.m.
Government will be heading to Venezuela on Saturday to sign off on the deal that will allow this country to process gas from the Dragon Field.
On behalf of the Government of Trinidad and Tobago, the National Emergency Operations Centre (NEOC) is currently coordinating assessments of all critical infrastructure, government buildings, roadways, and private properties subsequent to the 6.8 magnitude earthquake felt across the country on Tuesday 21st August, 2018 at 5:31 p.m.