The Oilfields Workers’ Trade Union staged a demonstration in front of BPTT's building at Queen's Park West in Port of Spain on Monday to protest a decision by the company's subcontractor, Rowan Drilling Limited, to remove 22 workers who alleged poor health and safety practices on board a drilling rig owned by Rowan.
Contrary to reports in the media that the project had been halted, the Urban Development Corporation of Trinidad and Tobago says works on the new Point Fortin Hospital have been proceeding.
Tobago stakeholders are expressing concern over the "looming crisis" facing the business community after it was announced that the Super Fast Galicia will be recalled.
Workers of the Public Transport Service Corporation have protested against an insufficient number of new buses to be purchased by the Corporation.
Plain and simple, the Pakistanis came to outplay the West Indies and that they did. They arrived in the Caribbean, fearless of the World T20 champions, just as they did in the UAE last year.
The Met services is asking anyone venturing out to sea to exercise caution. Ean Wallace has more in the forecast.
National effort is needed if we are to survive the downturn in the economy.
This from economist Darren Conrad. Speaking on Good Morning Trinidad and Tobago, he said closer attention should be paid to the allocation of funds in these economically trying times.
Dionne Baptiste has more.
A 19 year old man has been shot dead following gunplay on Duncan Street in East Port of Spain; Social activist Mtima Solwazi believes the Minister of National Security may have used the wrong approach in dealing with gangs in Enterprise; and Energy Minister Franklin Khan is back on the job.