There is no visible shoreline impact along the coastline and no dead fish in the BRIGHTON MARINE SUB AREA "B" BLOCK operated by Trinity Exploration and Production Limited (TEPL).
Republic Bank Limited issues $2B bond to government; Postal workers send message to government through country-wide sick out; Joint helicopter exercise to be carried out by EMA over Gulf of Paria; CPL matches to take place in the US among other stories.
The 2016 Carib Great Race will take place on Saturday August 20th with the Foreshore in Mucurapo once again the starting point for the 100 mile race.
C-Sports has been on top of news that Kenwyne Jones is on his way back home. The Soca Warriors captain, who signed for the MLS expansion team Atlanta United on the weekend, will spend the latter part of 2016 on loan to TT Pro League side Central FC and that is causing a buzz within the ranks of the Pro League champion team.
Speed - it's important in almost every sport and with this in mind, the Memphis Pioneers Track Club through its high performance training team is hosting a camp to help young athletes maximise that attribute.
Just about eight days to go. Rio 2016 is just around the corner and it is safe to say that Team TTO is primed and ready.
The fallout from the horrific crash out at Wallerfield on Sunday continues and now the Ministry of Sport is seeking answers from the local governing body.
Contrary to popular belief, health and safety practices don't only apply to the oil and gas industry they are the responsibility of every business. And until this country gets serious about promoting standard health and safety practices its ability to conduct business on an international scale will be compromised.
This was the main message at The American Chamber of Commerce of Trinidad and Tobago annual HSE Conference on Tuesday evening.
Education Minister Anthony Garcia said recommendations from the National Consultation on Education will be incorporated into the GLOBE programme.
He was speaking at GLOBE Conference at Plipdeco House in Point Lisas. Global Learning and Observations to Benefit the Environment (GLOBE), is an international educational programme that promotes environmental science amongst students, teachers and the scientific research community.