Opposition Leader Kamla Persad Bissessar seeks meeting with bankers to discuss bank charges and escalating fees for bank services and the Bankers Association concerned over "disparaging" remarks.
Former Minister in the Ministry of National Security, attorney Subhas Panday, has urged Government to exercise caution with some of the amendments being put forward in the Miscellaneous Provisions (Trial by Judge Alone) Bill. Speaking on Good Morning Trinidad and Tobago today Panday said some of the amendments might not have a positive effect on dealing with the issues with the criminal justice system.
$25,000 reward issued for information relating to whereabouts of missing WPC Nyasha Joseph; Opposition Leader writes BATT asking for meeting to discuss bank charges issues; SFATT calling for more focus to be placed on men to men and women to women violence among other stories.
Track cycling started on Saturday out at the Arima Velodrome but yesterday morning, the road men were back on the road, in action in a criterium in Diego Martin.
Austria here we come. That was the word from the members of this country's travelling party to the Special Olympics Winter Games over in Graz, Austria.
The national footballers are switching training base from the Larry Gomes Stadium to the Hasely Crawford Stadium as of Tuesday, in the build up to the Panama World Cup Qualifier on the 24th.
Professor Sir Hilary Beckles, Vice-Chancellor of The University of the West Indies, was inducted into the US Cricket Hall of Fame in recognition of his many contributions to the advancement of West Indies and world cricket.
The Sir Frank Worrell Lecture Series concluded over the weekend with a lecture at the Central Bank Auditorium and Dinner at the Oval.
The Trinidad and Tobago Red Force cricketers completed an emphatic 172-run victory over the Windward Islands Volcanoes as action continued in the Regional Four Day Tournament in Grenada.