Employees of the Public Services Association staged a protest outside their office on Abercromby Street in Port of Spain on Friday, calling on their President, Watson Duke, to hold wage negotiation talks with them.
In the local basketball league, Dextroy Manswell dominated on both ends of the court to lead Police to a 66-54 win over last season's finalists, Detour Shak Attack.
The sinkhole which opened up on Thursday on the Southbound lane of the Sir Solomon Hochoy Highway, just after the Freeport flyover, was caused by a failed cylinder.
Cabinet is meeting today, Friday August 10th, for a one-day retreat at the Diplomatic Centre in St. Ann’s.
The President of Pan Trinbago says they have signed an agreement with the National Carnival Commission, but he makes it clear that this does not mean the NCC has taken control of the pan organisation.
Government will spend some US$7 million to upgrade the existing coastal radar systems throughout Trinidad and Tobago.
Medical graduates who accessed the Government Assistance Tuition for Expenses (GATE) Programme and refuse to work in the public health sector will have to repay their tuition fees.