The Trinidad and Tobago Government and oil giant BP have agreed to work towards resolving a number of outstanding issues in a mutually beneficial manner.
The Police Service Commission stood before a Special Select Committee on Tuesday, as the inquest into the nomination of a candidate to the post of Police Commissioner, without him applying for the post, continued.
Opposition Member of Parliament, Dr. Roodal Moonilal, has questioned the judgement of Minister of National Security Edmund Dillon after a High Court ruled that the Minister was wrong to dismiss former Strategic Services Agency Director, Carlton Denny.
Executive Chairman of the Tobago Festivals Commission, George Leacock, says he is thrilled that the T&T Spirit is up and running again.
Oropouche East MP, Dr. Roodal Moonilal, has questioned the priority of the Government following the reopening of Stollmeyer's Castle last Friday.
President Paula-Mae Weekes is calling for good sense to prevail in the public domain when it comes to pronouncements on the Sexual Offences Act.
A big day for the Heatwave Cycle Club as they dominated the third Race in the Road Series put on by the Cycling Federation of T&T.
The much-anticipated Secondary Schools Track And Field Championships is all set to go at the Hasely Crawford Stadium on Thursday and Friday, as several of this country's future stars showcase their talents for all to see, while bringing honour to their respective schools.
National Goalkeeper Marvin Phillip has indicated his confidence in the team getting a good result against Panama tonight.