'A Serious game changer', that's how the Chairman of the Chamber of Industry and Commerce's Tobago Division, feels about a Sandals hotel coming to Tobago.
Demi John Cruickshank spoke with Patricia Nicholson on the benefits this brand could have for Tobago, despite environmental concerns.
Wherever you go, even here in Trinidad and Tobago, although the app hasn't reached our shores yet, people are searching for Pokemon. And it's not just because school has gone on vacation.
Pokemon Go was launched in the US on July 6th, and since then young and old have turned nomadic searching for Pokemon to catch.
As Peter Christopher explains, would-be Pokémon Trainers in Trinidad and Tobago have been waiting impatiently for their turn to catch them all.
Prime Minister Dr. Keith Rowley and Jamaica's Opposition Leader Portia Simpson Miller agree that Caribbean leaders need to advance CARICOM.
The Minister of Public Utilities describes conditions at the Beetham Landfill as inhumane. Ancil Antoine tells SWMCOL workers, a change will come soon.
"Betrayed and disrespected" that's how President of the Clico Policyholders Group Peter Permell says he and his members feel.
This following the Finance Minister's announcement last week that all "assenting" policyholders who accepted the government's 2011 offer do not form part of the Clico Resolution Plan and as such will not be paid their contractual entitlements.
Mr. Permell is now urging the government to reassess its decision.
Minister of Works and Transport, Fitzgerald Hinds, reiterates that government is not about to raise the speed limit, until all the necessary road safety measures are in place.
Minister Hinds was in La Brea on Tuesday as the Ministry of Works and Transport undertook a repaving exercise along the La Brea Main Road. He endorsed the installation of cable barriers as a deterrent to fatal accidents.
Residents of Crown Trace Enterprise are questioning media reports about the circumstances surrounding the death of Selwyn Robocop Alexis and two others on Sunday. The residents tell CNews, the reports do not add up.
There was a heavy police presence in Enterprise at the funeral of murdered "Community Leader", Selwyn ‘Robocop’ Alexis. Alexis was shot dead at his business place on Freedom Street on Sunday. Imam Yasin Abu Bakr was part of the congregation that paid their final respects to the slain businessman.
The official visit of the Prime Minister of Trinidad and Tobago to Jamaica continued today with the first activity being a visit to the Parliament of Jamaica, Gordon House.
Jonathan Lawrence and Danielle Young have been charged with murder stemming from separate incidents.