Locally based universities are not building enough capacity for changing industries and professions. Economist Dr. Terrence Farrell speaking on a recent panel discussion on the local business sector noted that the formula for success is a greater synergy between university, private sector and government.
Three local fishermen taken from local waters more than two weeks ago have been returned to Trinidad.
Fifty-two year old Awardnath Hajarie, his son 26 year old Nicholas and friend 35 year old Shami Seepersad were met at the Cedros Port Jetty around 2:30 on Saturday afternoon by anxious family and friends.
The Police Service of Trinidad and Tobago is heading toward a crisis in 2020 as poor management of their leave has resulted in many of them not accessing vacation for years at a time.
Head of the Police Service Social Welfare Association spoke with Marie-Therese Bernard about the matter.
April 21st marks the 48th anniversary of one of the most critical periods of this country's history - The Black Power Revolution.
On this day of remembrance, reporter Janine Browne gives us a two minute rundown of some of the must remember points of the Revolution.