Secondary School teachers in Trinidad and Tobago who refuse to mark School Based Assessments (SBAs) could face disciplinary action.
The Title Abstractors Association of Trinidad and Tobago says employees of the Land Registry Department at the Ministry of Legal Affairs do not have sufficient resources to carry out their duties.
For the first time in a very long time, the Trinidad and Tobago Great Race will have a foreign competitor in the form of the mono hull #77 48-foot Lucas oil boat.
If you ask anyone in the local power boat fraternity which boat and captain they respect the most over the years, one name comes to mind - the Solo Too team captained by the legendary Ken Charles.
President of the National Association of Athletics Administrators, Ephraim Serrette, says the performances of our Track and Field athletes at the recently-concluded CAC and NACAC Games are good indicators for where they stand as they look ahead to the World Championships and Olympic Games.
Detour Shak Attack registered their first win in the Basketball for Basketballers tournament last evening with a win over Brian Chase Academy at the Jean Pierre Sports Complex.
In light of recent heavy rains and subsequent flooding, and the expected reoccurrence during the rest of the rainy season, the Trinidad and Tobago Electricity Commission (T&TEC) is reminding persons to take the necessary safety precautions to protect their lives and properties.
Right now there are no systems set to affect Trinidad and Tobago but the Tropical Wave is placed to bring some unsettled weather across the Windward islands. Here's more from Meteorologist Ean Wallace.