There will be a big showdown this evening at the Jean Pierre Sports Complex, as the Basketball for Basketballers continue.
This country's national netballers will go into action at 6pm today to continue in the quest for a place at the World Netball Championships in London.
The Airport Branch of the Estate Police Association is calling on the Airports Authority to address a number of security concerns.
The Trinidad and Tobago Chamber of Industry and Commerce has voiced its support for the decision to shut down the Petrotrin Refinery.
In just under two hours, the Caribbean New Media Group will officially be no more, making way for the new TTT.
A Caribbean Airlines flight to New York from St. Vincent had to turn around and head to Port of Spain after a bird struck the airplane on Thursday.
Research and Education Officer at the Oilfields Workers’ Trade Union, Ozzi Warwick, says State-owned Petrotin needs to outline exactly how many workers will be laid off with the shutdown of the company's refinery.
Athletes who represented Trinidad and Tobago with distinction in recent months have been assured that they will be paid their just dues on September 12th, as promised by the Government.
President of the Trinidad and Tobago Unified Teachers Association, Lindsay Doodhai, is urging parents not to send their children to school next Friday, September 7th, as teachers intend to stand in support of the Joint Trade Union Movement's "Day of Rest and Reflection."