On behalf of the Government of the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago, the National Emergency Operations Centre (NEOC) continues to coordinate damage assessments across Trinidad and Tobago subsequent to the earthquake event felt across Trinidad and Tobago one week ago (Tuesday 21st August, 2018, at 5:31p.m.) and its subsequent aftershocks.
Port-Spain, August 28. 2018: The Ministry of Health (MoH) wishes to assure the public that there is no Malaria outbreak in Trinidad and Tobago. The confirmed cases of malaria recorded thus far for the year are not unusual.
The Board of Petrotrin has met with the Oilfields Workers’ Trade Union to share specific details on the way forward for the restructuring of the State-owned oil company.
Parents and teachers remain in limbo with respect to Monday's opening of school for Government-assigned Private School students.
Two international reporting agencies are today saying that the Bank of Baroda is looking to sell its offshore subsidiaries in Trinidad and Tobago and Ghana, as part of a strategy to rationalise international operations.
Communications Manager at West Mall, Jennice Price, has refuted reports of a gas leak at the mall on Sunday.
The "Each One, Reach One" charity group pampered youngsters from Children's Homes in North, East and South Trinidad.
The fight to end the HIV/AIDS epidemic by 2030 continued on Monday at the launch of a three-day HIV Combination Prevention Meeting.
Public Utilities Minister, Robert Le Hunte, is currently in Sweden to participate in World Water Week 2018.