Members of the Joint Trade Union Movement returned to the Office of the Prime Minister in protest on Friday, hoping to get a response soon on their outstanding negotiations.
Five new houses in three months - that's the goal set out by the Division of Settlements and Labour as they turned the sod at the Heights of Blenheim Housing Project on Friday to mark the start of construction.
Veteran Broadcaster and Carnival Band Leader George Leacock has been appointed new Chairman of the Tobago Carnival Committee.
Property owners fined for unkempt properties have been seeking extensions from the Health Ministry's Legal Department in a bid to escape paying the sanction.
Head of the Police Complaints Authority, David West, is concerned that no good is coming out of Commissions of Enquiry.
September 16, 2016: For the first time since 2002, Trinidad and Tobago has a resident European Union Ambassador.
Zika cases continue to rise in Trinidad and Tobago, with the latest figure showing there are now 413 cases.
Attorney General Faris Al-Rawi commended Chief Justice Ivor Archie for voicing his opinions at the Ceremonial Opening of the new Law Term.
September 15, 2016: Further to the reported release of an oil-like substance into the Diego Martin River earlier this week, and following site visits to investigate the possible source of the substance, the EMA can confirm the following: