Prime Minister Dr. Keith Rowley said the trade union movement came into being by standing for what is right and just in society.
Chinese company Beijing Construction Engineering Group (BCEG) has signed two MoUs with two local companies, Lake Asphalt and Evolving Tecknologies and Enterprise Development Company Limited (eTeck).
Trinidad and Tobago came from behind to beat the United States South in a key clash in the Rugby Americas North Championships over the weekend.
On the eve of the day set aside to commemorate the contributions of the Labour Movement, President of the Amalgamated Workers Union, Michael Prentiss, says he's disenchanted with the state of labour relations in Trinidad and Tobago.
Just days before the world observes World Refugee Day on Wednesday, Roman Catholic Archbishop, Jason Gordon, has launched an Archdiocese's Ministry for Migrants and Refugees (AMMR) and, at the same time, has called on the Government to take decisive action and pass national legislation on refugee issues.
Leader of the Islamic Front, Umar Abdullah, is calling on Local Government Minister Kazim Hosein to resign.
Family is one of the most important bastions of society and to keep it strong, there’s a need to have conversations about it in Trinidad and Tobago.
June 18, 2018, Kent House, Maraval – With the Trinidad and Tobago Meteorological Service announcement of the start of the rainy season on June 1, 2018, the Ministry of Rural Development wishes to inform the public of the mitigation efforts which have been ongoing in each of the fourteen (14) Municipal Corporations in preparation.
President of the National Trade Union Centre Watson Duke has called for peace among the Labour Movement.
Speaking at press conference at the PSA headquarters on Sunday ahead of Tuesday's Labour Day celebrations.
Mr. Duke said it was time for the Trade Union Movement to unite.