Daycares Cannot Be Reopened During Phase Three, Says CMO
There is no consideration at this time for daycares to be operationalized to facilitate parents who have returned to work Read more.
Health Minister To Meet With Maxi, Taxi Drivers On COVID-19 Guidelines
Health Minister Terrence Deyalsingh plans to meet with the heads of the various maxi taxi associations across the country, with Read more.
National Security Ministry Lays Out Process For Nationals Wanting To Return To T&T
Official Statement From The Ministry Of National Security: The Ministry of National Security advises that persons wishing to enter or Read more.
Town & Country Planning Division Employs New Measures To Protect Against COVID-19
While the Town and Country Planning Division (TCPD) is working to ensure that all essential services within its mandate are Read more.
COVID-19 UPDATE: 3,195 Samples Submitted For Testing, Cases Remain At 117
A total of 3,195 samples have been submitted for COVID-19 testing, according to the Ministry of Health’s evening update on Read more.
WATCH: Foreign Affairs Minister Asked About T&T’s Stance On The Rio Treaty
Minister of Foreign & CARICOM Affairs, Dennis Moses. Photo Courtesy the Parliament of Trinidad and Tobago Asked by the Opposition Read more.
COVID-19 UPDATE: 3,169 Samples Submitted For Testing, No New Cases
A total of 3,169 samples have been submitted for COVID-19 testing, according to the Ministry of Health’s 10pm update on Read more.
All Licensing Offices To Open On Wednesday
The Ministry of Works and Transport wishes to inform the general public that all Licensing Offices will reopen for business Read more.
Communications Minister Meets With Church Leaders To Discuss Reopening
With religious services having been banned for nearly three months as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, Minister of Communications Read more.
HELP FIND ME: Beauty Shop Owner Reported Missing
MISSING: Sandra Bissoon The Trinidad and Tobago Police Service is asking for the public’s assistance in finding missing businesswoman, Sandra Read more.
COVID-19 UPDATE: 69 Nationals To Return This Week
Sixty-nine nationals are expected to return to T&T this week, as government continues its phased entry of those abroad. Among Read more.
Caribbean Airlines Introduces Thermal Scanners At Piarco Head Office
Caribbean Airlines has implemented the use of thermal scanners at its Piarco Head office in Trinidad, as part of precautionary Read more.
PNM Picks Incumbents For Tobago West, Tobago East
LEFT: Tobago West MP, Shamfa Cudjoe. RIGHT: Tobago East MP, Ayanna Webster-Roy The People’s National Movement has selected incumbents Shamfa Read more.
COVID-19 UPDATE: 3,155 Samples Submitted For Testing, Cases Remain At 117
A total of 3,155 samples have been submitted for COVID-19 testing, according to the Ministry of Health’s 10pm update on Read more.
Attorney In #GeorgeFloyd Case: “His Death Was Premeditated”
Benjamin Crump- the attorney representing the family of George Floyd, who was killed in a police involved incident in Minneapolis, Read more.
HELP FIND ME: 17 Year Old Reported Missing From Mary Care Home
MISSING: Alexandria Oviedo Garcia The Trinidad and Tobago Police Service (TTPS) is asking for the public’s assistance in finding 17 Read more.
EBC Offices To Reopen On June 8th
The Elections and Boundaries Commission will reopen all of its offices on June 8th. See the statement below for the Read more.
Two Arrested For Possession Of 800 Grams Of Marijuana
Two men will appear before a Rio Claro Magistrate on Monday, after being held with 800 grams of marijuana over Read more.
T&T Chamber Pleased With Return To “Sustainable Economic Landscape”
The Trinidad and Tobago Chamber of Industry and Commerce is well pleased with government’s decision to transition to Phase Three Read more.
AR-15 Rifle Found In Laventille
Police are asking anyone with information on illegal firearms to make a report, after an AR-15 assault rifle was found Read more.
COVID-19 UPDATE: 117 Confirmed Cases, 3,149 Samples Submitted For Testing
The patient who tested positive for COVID-19 on Saturday remains warded at the Home of Football in Couva, according to Read more.
COVID-19 UPDATE: No New Cases For Another Day
The number of COVID-19 cases in Trinidad remains at 116 for another day with the Ministry of Health reporting no Read more.
COVID-19 UPDATE: 3,122 Samples Submitted For Testing
Between the Ministry of Health’s 10pm update on Thursday (May 28th) and today’s 4pm update, seven additional samples have been Read more.
Cleopatra Borel To Contest Port Of Spain South On PNM Ticket
National Shotputter and Olympic finalist Cleopatra Borel has cemented her segue into  the political arena, having been confirmed as the Read more.
“D√©j√† Vu Chatter” – TTPBA Describes PM’s Media Criticism As “Unfortunate”
The Trinidad and Tobago Publishers and Broadcasters Association (TTPBA) has spoken out against the Prime Minister’s pronouncement that media houses Read more.
CXC Exam Date Set For July, School To Reopen On Septemer 1st
It’s official- July 13th has been named as the start date for the Caribbean Examinations Council’s CAPE and CSEC examinations. Read more.
COVID-19 UPDATE: No New Cases, 3115 Samples Submitted For Testing
To date, the Ministry of Health has submitted 3,115 samples for COVID-19 testing. According to the 10pm update for Thursday Read more.
ELECTIONS 2020: UNC Unveils Five New Candidates
The United National Congress (UNC) has revealed five more candidates to contest seats in the upcoming general elections. They are: Read more.
Government To Decide On Further Reopening By This Weekend, Says PM
By Saturday (May 30th), the country should know whether it is in a position to advance to another Phase of Read more.
Morvant Man Killed In Second Police Involved Shooting This Week
A Morvant man was killed in a police involved shooting on Thursday morning. The deceased has been identified as Nigel Read more.
Eleven Arrested, Three Firearms, Ammunition and Drugs Seized
Eleven people were arrested and three firearms, drugs, and ammunition seized by officers of the Northern Division Task Force during Read more.
COVID-19 UPDATE: 3,107 Samples Submitted For Testing
To date, the Ministry of Health has submitted 3,107 samples for COVID-19 testing. According to the 4pm update for Thursday Read more.
PNM Clears The Air: “Fuad Abu Bakr Not Screened By Our Committee”
The People’s National Movement has dismissed a newspaper report which claimed Political Leader of the New National Vision, Fuad Abu Read more.
COVID-19 Update: 17 More Samples Submitted For Testing
To date, the Ministry of Health has submitted 3,091 samples for COVID-19 testing. According to the 10pm update for Wednesday Read more.
Carenage Man Killed In Police Involved Shooting
A visit to an apartment at Smith Hill, Carenage to execute a search warrant ended with officers fatally shooting a Read more.
Prime Minister Tours Manufacturing Companies,Urges Continued Compliance
We must first make sure we are alive and then we can worry about our power to earn.  This was Read more.
Young: Everyone Will Come Home But We Must Be Patient
In a change of events, National Security Minister Stuart Young says government will facilitate the return of ‚Äúeach and every‚ÄĚ Read more.
AK-47 Assault Rifle, Ammo and Marijuana Found in Morvant
A two hour police exercise in the Morvant district on Wednesday led to the seizure of an AK-47 assault rifle, Read more.
COVID-19 UPDATE: 3,074 Samples Submitted For Testing
To date, the Ministry of Health has submitted 3,074 samples for COVID-19 testing. According to the afternoon update for Wednesday Read more.
COVID-19 UPDATE: 3,046 Samples Submitted For Testing, No New Cases
A total of 3,046 samples have been submitted for COVID-19 testing according to the Ministry of Health’s most recent update. Read more.
24 Year Old Charged With Killing Retired Cop And Wife
Twenty-four year old Jewan Ethan Ramkissoon is expected to appear before a Chaguanas Magistrate on Wednesday, charged with the murders Read more.
It’s Official: Winston ‘Gypsy’ Peters Is The PNM Candidate For Moruga Tableland
Winston ‘Gypsy’ Peters has expressed gratitude after he was cemented as the candidate to contest the Moruga/Tableland seat for the Read more.
WATCH: Senator Jason Williams Makes First Contribution In Parliament
Senator Jason Williams. Photo Courtesy the Parliament of Trinidad and Tobago Making his maiden contribution since his appointment to the Read more.
Man Jailed For Stealing Fowl Cocks
A 60 year old Sangre Grande man will spend the next 18 months behind bars, after he was found guilty Read more.
WATCH: Opposition Defends Rejection Of Bail Amendment Bail
Opposition Senator Anita Haynes. Photo Courtesy the Parliament of Trinidad and Tobago Opposition Senator Anita Haynes has defended her party’s Read more.
COVID-19 UPDATE: 3,012 Samples Submitted For Testing To Date
To date, the Ministry of Health has submitted 3,012 samples for COVID-19 testing. According to the afternoon update for Tuesday Read more.
Election Year No Excuse For “Illegal Protests” Says Top Cop
Police Commissioner Gary Griffith is vowing to use the full brunt of the law and arrest anyone found to be Read more.
Tobago Officers Seize Narcotics, Firearms, Ammunition
Three men are assisting Tobago police in their enquiries in connection to the seizure of narcotics, firearms and ammunition during Read more.
COVID-19 UPDATE: 2903 Samples Submitted For Testing
To date, the Ministry of Health has submitted 2,903 samples for COVID-19 testing. According to the afternoon update for Saturday Read more.
Monkey In Hospital Is True But No Snakes, Says NWRHA
Photo Courtesy T&T Newsday The North West Regional Health Authority (NWRHA) has responded to videos making the rounds on social Read more.
HAPPENING TODAY: First Six T&T Nationals To Return From Cruise Ships
One day after government revealed its plans to bring home the majority of the over 430 Trinidad and Tobago nationals Read more.
Tobago Man Arrested For Firearm And Ammunition Possession
A 29 year old Patience Hill man was detained by officers in the Roxborough district in Tobago on Friday night Read more.
COVID-19 UPDATE: 2,879 Tests Submitted For Testing
Thirteen more samples have been submitted for COVID-19 testing according to the Ministry of Health’s 10 pm¬† update (Friday May Read more.
Man Charged With 40 Counts Of Forging Employer’s Signature To Access Company Funds
A San Juan man was granted $150,000 bail with surety when appeared before a Port of Spain Magistrate charged with Read more.
T&T’s Relationship With The US Remains Strong, Says Foreign Affairs Ministry
LEFT: US Ambassador to T&T, Joseph Mondello. RIGHT: Minister of Foreign & CARICOM Affairs, Dennis Moses. The government is once Read more.
Entertainer Charged With Attempted Rape, Grievous Sexual Assault
Soca artiste Kimba Sorazano appeared virtually before the Point Fortin Magistrates’ Court on Friday, charged with attempted rape and grievous Read more.
Minister: 52 Rejected For Rental Assistance Over Red Flags In Applications
Fifty-two people have been rejected for government’s Rental Assistance program, after investigations revealed attempts to defraud the State. This was Read more.
Ministry Of Health: “No Shortage Of CDAP Drugs”
The Ministry of Health has sought to correct claims that there is a scarcity of CDAP drugs in Trinidad and Read more.
COVID-19 UPDATE: 2,866 Samples Submitted For Testing
To date, the Ministry of Health has submitted 2,866 samples to be tested for COVID-19. According to the latest update, Read more.
Government To Bring Home T&T Nationals On Board Cruise Ships In Scheduled Plan
The more than 430 Trinidad and Tobago nationals who are currently stranded onboard cruise ships in different parts of the Read more.
T&T Now Has Zero Active COVID-19 Cases
There are now zero active COVID-19 cases in Trinidad and Tobago, as the last patient was discharged from hospital on Read more.
Argument Ends In Murder- Man Stabbed In St. Ann’s
Police were called to the St. Ann’s area on Thursday afternoon, following an argument between two men which ended with Read more.
PM Awarded $350,000 In Damages In Defamation Suit Against UNC Activist
Prime Minister Dr. Keith Rowley has won his defamation suit against UNC Activist and former Chairman of then Caribbean New Read more.
Water Restrictions In Place For “Harsh Dry Season” Says WASA
In light of the current harsh Dry Season, the Water and Sewerage Authority (WASA) is reminding customers to be mindful Read more.
COVOD-19 Update: 2795 Samples Tested
The number of samples tested climbed by ten overnight as the latest statistics from the Ministry of Health shows that Read more.
COVID-19 Update: 2,785 Samples Submitted For Testing, Cases Remain At 116
To date, the Ministry of Health has submitted 2,785 samples for COVID-19 testing. According to the 10pm update on Wednesday Read more.
A New Vessel For T&T
Trinidad and Tobago is to receive a new fats ferry vessel soon, according to the National Infrastructure Development Company Limited Read more.
GOOD NEWS: Man Hailed As ‘Hero’ For Assisting Cop
When 31 year old Kevon Neptune made the decision to stop and offer help to an injured police officer on Read more.
Murder In Arima
A shooting incident at Printeryville Road in Arima on Wednesday afternoon has left one man dead.  The victim has been Read more.
Venezuelans, Cubans Arrested In Tobago
Six foreign nationals found to be in the country illegally, have been detained by Tobago Police. Four Venezuelans and two Read more.
COVID-19 Update: 2,781 Samples Submitted For Testing, No New Cases
The number of samples submitted for COVID-19 testing now stands at 2,781 according to the Ministry of Health’s 4pm update Read more.
Eight People Arrested, 39 Traffic Tickets Issued In Northern Division
A total of eight arrests were made and 39 tickets issued following police exercises in the Northern Division on Tuesday Read more.
COVID-19 UPDATE: No New Cases
Of the 107 persons who have been discharged from hospital after being treated for COVID-19 only one person developed symptoms. Read more.
COVID-19 Update: No New Cases, 32 More Samples Sent For Testing
To date, the Ministry of Health has submitted 2,752 samples for COVID-19 testing. According to the 10pm update on Tuesday(May Read more.
Gypsy Set To Contest Moruga/Tableland Seat On PNM Ticket
Winston Gypsy Peters has been approved by the screening committee of the People’s National Movement to contest the Moruga/Tableland seat Read more.
Young Defends Himself Following US Ambassador’s Statement
Hours after US Ambassador Joseph Mondello issued a public statement on Tuesday, regarding a conversation he had with National Security Read more.
US Ambassador Conflicts Stuart Young’s Recount Of Conversation, Says Rio Treaty Was Indeed Discussed
US Ambassador to Trinidad and Tobago Joseph Mondello has today cleared the air on a recent conversation he had with Read more.
AG Al Rawi Endorses Top CoP’s Call For Speedy Passage Of Bail Amendment Bill
On the heels of Commissioner of Police Gary Griffith’s renewed call for Parliamentarians to move ahead with the Bail Amendment Read more.
COVID-19 Update: 2,720 Samples Tested To Date
To date, the Ministry of Health has submitted 2,727 samples for COVID-19 testing. According to the 4pm update on Tuesday Read more.
Man Charged $500 For Breaching Protection Order
A 44-year-old taxi driver has been fined $500 for two counts of breaching a protection order. Devon Celestine  pleaded guilty Read more.
Rejected By The PNM Screening Committee, Lovell Francis Responds….
The Screening Committee of the People’s National Movement (OPNM) did not accept a nomination for Lovell Francis to return as Read more.
Nigerian Charged with Scamming An 82 Year Old Woman
An 82-year-old woman was scammed of TT$284,851 which she paid into various bank accounts in response to phone calls from Read more.
A Tropical Wave Tonight Heralds An Above-Normal West Season
The first tropical wave of the season (see image above) will manifest itself tonight as the T&T Meteorological Service said Read more.
Four to Stand Trial For Murder
Four men learnt, via video conferencing that they will have to stand trial for the 2018 murder of  Jerrel Aris-Mendez. Read more.
COVID-19 Update :Low Risk, Stable Patient at Caura
The lone COVID-19¬† patient who remains at the hospital in¬† Caura is “a low risk, stable patient.”¬† The Ministry of Read more.
COVID-19 Update: 30 More Samples Submitted For Testing
Sixty more samples  have been submitted for COVID-19 testing, according to the Minstry of Health’s 10pm update on Monday (May Read more.
Randall Mitchell Accepts Loss Of San Fernando East Seat
San Fernando East MP Randall Mitchell has accepted the decision by the People’s National Movement for Brian Manning, the son Read more.
Double Murder: Retired Police Officer And Wife Found Dead At Home
Police visited Upper Welcome Road off Ragoonanan Road in Cunupia on Monday afternoon, where they discovered  two bodies in a Read more.
Ripple Effect: West Named As New Vice-Chair On Government’s ‘Road To Recovery’ Team
Robert Le Hunte has been replaced as Vice Chair of the Road to Recovery team, with Minister of Public Administration Read more.
Top Cop Renews Call: “No Bail For Firearm Offenders”
“We are fishermen and we’re told every day to go out there and look for sharks, but when we catch Read more.
COVID-19 Update: 2,690 Samples Tested In T&T
To date, the Ministry of Health has submitted 2,690 samples for COVID-19 testing. According to the 4pm update on Monday(May Read more.
JW and Fitz Hinds Replace Robert Le Hunte
Less than 24 hours after he accepted the resignation of Public Utilities Minister Senator Robert Le Hunte, Prime Minister Dr Read more.
TT COVID-19 Update: Why We Are Easing Restrictions
‚ÄúIt‚Äôs been 23¬† days since we have had a positive COVID-19 case, which is really ‚Äútwo incubator-periods‚ÄĚ in length and Read more.
No New COVID-19 Cases In Three Weeks
Trinidad and Tobago has reported no new cases of COVID-19 in three weeks, with the last case being recorded on Read more.
Le Hunte Speaks: “I Resigned As A Result Of Professional Conflict On Policy Position”
FLASHBACK: Senator Robert Le Hunte (LEFT) and Prime Minister Dr. Keith Rowley (RIGHT) at Le Hunte’s Swearing In Ceremony In Read more.
CONFIRMED: Robert Le Hunte Resigns As Public Utilities Minister
A new Public Utilities Minister is to be appointed in the coming days, following the abrupt resignation of Robert Le Read more.
Tobago To Focus On Domestic Tourism In COVID-19 Recovery Plan
Newly appointed Chief Secretary, Ancil Dennis. Tobago will be looking to Trinidad for to boost its tourism sector post COVID-19.  Read more.
TTFA Provides Relief For Players Stranded In El Salvador
Arrangements have been made to provide relief for the three Trinidad and Tobago footballers who are currently stranded in El Read more.
Three Charged With Card Skimming
Three persons are expected to appear before a Port of Spain Magistrate on Monday, charged with possession of counterfeit cards Read more.
T&T Chamber Pleased With Early Phase Two Reopening
The decision by government to fast-track the implementation of Phase Two of reopening the economy has been welcomed by the Read more.
COVID-19 UPDATE: No New Cases
To date, the Ministry of Health has submitted 2,670 samples for COVID-19 testing. According to the 10pm update on Saturday(May Read more.
With No New COVID-19 Cases, Government Begins Phase Two Of Reopening On Thursday
Given another week has passed with  no new cases of COVID-19 being reported, government will move to Phase Two of Read more.
Five Arrested In Connection With Firearm Find
Five people were arrested and a firearm and quantity of ammunition seized by officers of the Ste Madeleine Police Station Read more.
63 Counts Of Sexual Offences Against Minors, Five Men Arrested
Five  men, ages 24 to 70, have been detained by officers of the Child Protection Unit, on allegations of sexual Read more.
Police Shut Down COVID-19 Party In Arima
A Friday night police exercise in the Arima district led to several arrests being made for breach of the Public Read more.
COVID-19 UPDATE: 2,647 Samples Submitted For Testing
To date, the Ministry of Health has submitted 2,647 samples for COVID-19 testing. According to the 10am update on Saturday Read more.
DEFEATED: Opposition Abstains In Vote On Gambling Bill
The Gambling (Gaming and Betting) Control Bill, 2016 was halted in the House of Representatives on Friday, as all fourteen Read more.
DPP Advises Forfeiture Of Drugs Vessel
The Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP) has advised that the MV Throne vessel (See Photo Above), which was found to Read more.
COVID-19 Tension: Brazil’s Health Minister Resigns After Less Than One Month On The Job
Nelson Teich was appointed Health Minister of Brazil on April 16th, after his predecessor Luiz Henrique Mandetta was fired by Read more.
Quarantine Ends For 69 Nationals Who Returned From Suriname
Flashback: A PTSC Bus Transports the T&T Nationals Shortly After Their Return From Suriname In April Sixty-nine of the 70 Read more.
Three Held In Major Drug And Firearm Bust, $820K In Narcotics Seized
Two women, ages 28 and 57, and one many aged 30 were arrested on Thursday, following a major drug and Read more.
Why Were There No Health Officials In Goverment’s Meeting With Delcy Rodriguez?
Prime Minister Dr. Keith Rowley (Photo Courtesy Newsday) If the March 27th meeting with Venezuela’s Vice President, Delcy Rodriguez, was Read more.
COVID-19 Update: 2,597 Samples Submitted For Testing in T&T
To date, the Ministry of Health has submitted 2,5197 samples for COVID-19 testing. According to the 4pm update on Friday Read more.
COVID-19 UPDATE: 60 More Samples Submitted For Testing
Sixty more samples¬† have been submitted for COVID-19 testing, according to the Minstry of Health’s 10pm update on Thursday (May Read more.
TUCO At Pains Over Road To Recovery Plan, Says “We Are Hit Hardest”
TUCO President, Lutalo Masimba aka Brother Resistance “Indeed,the¬†entertainment¬†sector¬†has¬†been¬†the¬†victim¬†of¬†social¬†distancing¬†long¬†before¬†the¬†arrival¬†of¬†COVID-19.” This is the sentiment shared by Head of the Trinbago Unified Calypsonians’ Read more.
TTMA Calls On Government To “Play Fair”, Asks For All Manufacturers To Resume Operations Next Week
Highlighting the important role the manufacturing sector plays in generating export revenue, coupled with the fact that the country’s COVID-19 Read more.
Police Arrest Seven For Breach Of COVID-19 Regulations
A total of seventeen people were arrested by police on Thursday, during an exercise in the Northern Division. Of the Read more.
COVID-19 Update: 2,516 Samples Submitted For Testing In T&T
To date, the Minstry of Health has submitted 2,516 samples for COVID-19 testing. According to the 4pm update on Thursday Read more.
Cuffie Bows Out Of Politics
La Horquetta Talparo MP, Maxie Cuffie has bowed out of politics. Cuffie, who also holds the position as Minister of Read more.
COVID 19 UPDATE : 2100 Persons Tested In Trinidad And Tobago
Twelve Cuban nurses who are quarantined at Cascadia Hotel will be allowed into the system from next week as their Read more.
Newly Passed Motor Vehicle Bill Will Help Fight Crime, Says AG
Photo Courtesy the Parliament of Trinidad & Tobago The passage of the Motor Vehicle and Road Traffic (Amendment) Bill, 2019 Read more.
Sea Bathers Arrested In Cocorite
Ten people  were arrested by police on Wednesday afternoon, after they were found bathing in the waters off Bayside Towers Read more.
Charged With Sexual Assault Of Minor, Penal Man Granted $75,000 Bail
A 49 year old businessman charged with sexually assaulting a minor was granted bail in the sum of $75,000 when Read more.
High Court Rules: Devant Is No Journalist
Former government Minister Devant Maharaj has lost his judicial claim against Communications Minister Donna Cox, after the High Court ruled Read more.
COVID-19 Update: 24 New Samples Submitted For Testing
The Ministry of Health has once more reported no new cases of COVID-19 in its 4pm update for today (May Read more.
No New COVID cases ; Elective Surgeries Resume At Hospitals
A total of 792 community surveillance testing for COVID-19 community surveillance testing for COVID-19 in both Trinidad and Tobago are Read more.
After Just One Week CAL Shuts Down Barbados Ticket Office
Just one week after it opened its ticket office Bridgetown, Barbados, Caribbean Airlines (CAL) rolled back the order and issued Read more.
COVID-19 UPDATE: 35 More Samples Submitted For Testing
Thirty-five new samples have been submitted for COVID-19 testing, according to the Health Ministry’s official update. See the latest update Read more.
Trade Minister Defends Limited Reopening Of Business Activity
In response to private sector complaints about the ‚Äúrisk averse‚ÄĚ approach adopted by government in reopening the economy, Trade Minister Read more.
Chief Secretary Ancil Dennis Urges Continued Unity In Fight Against COVID-19
Chief Secretary Ancil Dennis (Photo Courtesy the Office of the Chief Secretary of the Tobago House of Assembly) In his Read more.
Santa Cruz Man Arrested For Firearm & Ammunition Possession
A 41 year-old Santa Cruz man was arrested by officers attached to the Western Division Task Force after he was Read more.
PBR Closed To ‘H’ Taxis, Effective Immediately
Registered taxi drivers are advised that from today, Tuesday May 12th, the temporary authorization for use of the Priority Bus Read more.
Trade Union Activities Allowed Under Essential Services, Says OPM
Ancel Roget, Trade Unionist Trade unionists will now be listed under essential service workers, following the instruction of Prime Minister Read more.
Twitter’s ‘New Normal’ Will See Employees Working From Home Indefinitely
When Twitter reopens the majority of its 35 offices in September, only a fraction of the company’s employees will physically Read more.
COVID-19 Update: 20 More Samples Submitted For Testing
Twenty new samples have been submitted for COVID-19 testing, according to the 4pm update from the Ministry of Health (May Read more.
How Six Billion TT Dollars Will Be Spent During The Pandemic
Government has spent, up to Monday the total of TT$934 million on COVID relief in Trinidad and Tobago.   But Read more.
COVID-19 Update: No Patients at Couva Hospital
There are no patients at the Couva Hospital. The lone COVID-19 Positive patient in Trinidad and Tobago is now at Read more.
Government Celebrates Nurses During COVID-19 Pandemic
In acknowledgement of International Nurses‚Äô Day 2020,¬† Communications Minister Donna Cox has extended sincere thanks to the nation’s nurses for Read more.
Minister Young Defends Meeting With Venezuela’s VP, Says No Ulterior Motive At Play
LEFT: National Security Minister, Stuart Young. RIGHT: Venezuala’s Vice President Delcy Rodriguez National Security Minister Stuart Young maintains that the Read more.
Government Has Change Of Heart, Students In Barbados And Jamaica To Be Allowed Home
Arrangements are being made to facilitate the return home for Trinidad and Tobago students at  the University of the West Read more.
Angostura Employees Forego Vacation Days, Donate $1M To COVID-19 Relief
There’s an old saying that tells us we must be the change we wish to see in the world. While Read more.
Opposition MP: “Private Sector Cannot Bear COVID-19 Burden Alone”
Member of Parliament for Tabaquite, Dr. Surujattan Rambachan “While private sector employed persons are bearing the burden of loss in Read more.
COVID-19 UPDATE: No New Cases, More Samples Submitted For Testing
Eight more test samples have been submitted to be tested for COVID-19, making a total of 2,320 samples submitted to Read more.
Making Do: CAL Uses A Passenger Aircraft For Cargo
Caribbean Airlines utilized one of its Boeing 737-800 passenger aircraft for a cargo only charter service, on Friday 8 May Read more.
“More Consideration Must Be Given To Opening Up Businesses In the Service Sector.”
An appeal has gone out to the government to reconsider opening up the services sector especially in light of the Read more.
COVID-19 Update: Confirmed Cases Remain At 116 For Another Day
To date a total of 2,307 samples have been tested for COVID-19 and the number of confirmed cases remains at Read more.
Top Cop Pleads With Food Vendors: “Be Responsible In Conducting Business”
Ahead of tomorrow’s reopening of restaurants and street food vending, Police Commissioner Gary Griffith is calling on these business owners Read more.
WASA Reopens Two More Service Centres
The Water and Sewerage Authority (WASA) will reopen  its Customer Service Centres at Kew Place, Port of Spain and Guapo Read more.
School Nutrition Programme To Donate 7,300 Meals To Children In Need
Caterers of the School Nutrition Programme (SNP) will be delivering 7,300 meals to children across Trinidad tomorrow. This was revealed Read more.
Singer Betty Wright Dies On Mother’s Day
Betty Wright, the American soul-singer who blessed the world with gems like ‘Tonight is the night” and “No Pain, No Read more.
Progressive Party Tells Government: “Re-establish Rental Assessment Board”
With reports of landlords attempting to defraud the State and benefit from social assistance during this COVID-19 pandemic, the Progressive Read more.
COVID-19 Update: Three More Patients Discharged
A total of 107 patients have now fully recovered from COVID-19, with the Ministry of Health reporting three new discharges Read more.
COVID-19 UPDATE: 30 Additional Samples Submitted For Testing, No New Cases
Thirty new samples have been submitted to be tested for COVID-19, bringing the total number of samples for testing to Read more.
TT Chamber “Disappointed” Over PM’s Announcement, Says Not Enough Businesses Given Green Light To Open
Describing the government’s announcement of a three-phase plan to reopen the country as “risk averse”, the Trinidad and Tobago Chamber Read more.
Tobago Receives Four Ventilators Gifted By China
The four ventilators promised to Tobago to assist in its fight against COVID-19 has arrived on the island.  This was Read more.
COVID-19 Update: One More Patient Discharged
To date, 104 of the country’s 116 confirmed cases of COVID-19 have fully recovered from the virus. The latest patient Read more.
Government Begins Reopening Process, Restaurants Get Green Light To Resume Services
Government has unveiled a three-tiered plan to be rolled out over the next six weeks, as it cautiously moves to Read more.
Firearms Seized In Morvant, Maloney
One man was arrested for possession of a firearm, and quantity of ammunition, marijuana, and cocaine seized by officers of Read more.
Credit Unions Seal Agreement With Gov’t To Provide Loans to Citizens Affected By COVID-19
LEFT: Minister of Finance, Colm Imbert. RIGHT: Vice President of the Central Finance Facility (CFF), Mr. Lyndon Byer Citizens facing Read more.
PM “Startled” By Opposition Leader’s Allegations About Venezuelan Aircraft
LEFT: Venezuela’s Vice President, Delcy Rodriguez. MIDDLE: Prime Minister Dr. Keith Rowley. RIGHT: Opposition Leader, Kamla Persad Bissessar “Who is Read more.
Campaign Finance Reform To Come Before Next Election, Says PM
Prime Minister Dr. Keith Rowley The 2020 general elections may be held in December. This was hinted by Prime Minister Read more.
House Speaker Condemns “Intolerable” Actions By Moonilal
House Speaker Brigid Annisette George (Photo Courtest the Trinidad and Tobago Parliament) The decision by Oropouche East MP Dr. Roodal Read more.
COVID-19 Update: No New Cases
Trinidad and Tobago’s number of confirmed COVID-19 cases remains at 116 for another day.¬† See the Ministry of Health’s 10pm Read more.
The Cambridge Analytica Saga Continues: AG Office Writes To Authorities in the UK and US
One day after the Trindad and Tobago Police Service announced the closure of its investigation into the UNC government’s alleged¬† Read more.
COVID-19 WATCH: Jamaica Tests Over 400 New Samples In 24 Hours
Jamaica recorded 10 new cases of the coronavirus on Thursday, bringing the island’s total number of confirmed cases to 488. Read more.
Beetham Family To Receive Counselling From TTPS After Teen’s Death
Family members of a 13-year-old girl, who was found dead at her Beetham Gardens home from an apparent suicide on Read more.
Opposition MP: “Rowley Regime To Blame For Energy Sector Decline”
Opposition MP for Pointe-a-Pierre Dr David Lee says the global economic downturn has only been the “final nail in the Read more.
BLACKLISTED: Three CARICOM Countries Named On EU’s Tax Haven List
The Bahamas, Barbados and Jamaica have appeared on the European Union’s list of countries with shortfalls in tackling money laundering Read more.
COVID-19 Update: 20 New Samples Submitted To CARPHA, No New Cases
The number of samples submitted for testing for COVID-19 now stands at 2,173 according to the Ministry of Health’s 4pm Read more.
Three Men Arrested And Charged, in Tobago, For Sexual Penetration Of A Minor.
Three men will appear before a Scarborough Magistrate today to answer to charges of sexual offences against minors. This follows Read more.
Griffith : No Politician Can Direct The Police
Commissioner of Police, Gary Griffith, has noted comments from a sitting Member of Parliament that the investigation into a so-called Read more.
How to Monitor Your Children’s Emotional Health
Following the death of a 14-year-old girl, who allegedly committed suicide, the Children’s Authority has issued guidelines for parents and Read more.
Seven Held For Illegal Quarrying On State Lands In Cumuto
Seven persons were arrested in connection with illegal quarrying activities and breaching the Covid-19 Regulations during an anti-crime exercise conducted Read more.
T&T Nationals Stranded In Guyana and Venezuela Will Be Allowed To Return
At least 22  persons who work in the oil sector in Guyana have been granted permission to return to Trinidad Read more.
Silent Hypoxia : A Scary New Phenomenon in COVID-19
With the statistics at standstill, the Ministry of Health says it will move into a new phase with a retrospective Read more.
COVID-19 Update: No New Cases, 33 New Samples Submitted To CARPHA
Thirty-three new samples have been submitted to the Caribbean Public Health Agency for testing, according to the Ministry of Health’s Read more.
PM Weighs In On Closure Of Cambridge Analytica Investigation
Prime Minister Dr. Keith Rowley appears to be concerned over the closing of a police investigation which was launched to Read more.
Government: “No Job Loss From Temporary Nutrien Plant Shutdown”
The recent decision by Nutrien Limited to temporarily shutdown one of its ammonia plants in Point Lisas will not translate Read more.
Body Discovered In Cedros
Police have launched an investigation to determine the circumstances surrounding the death of a man whose body was discovered in Read more.
COVID-19 Backlash: Bermuda Announces Cancellation Of Carnival 2020
With the world still reeling from the effects of COVID-19, Bermuda has become the latest country to cancel its Carnival Read more.
Dennis Becomes Youngest Chief Secretary Of The THA
Newly Elected Chief Secretary of the Tobago House of Assembly, Ancil Dennis. Ancil Dennis has been unanimously elected to serve Read more.
UNC Pleased With End to Cambridge Analytica “Fairy tale”
Opposition Leader, Kamla Persad Bissessar Hours after the Trinidad and Tobago Police Service (TTPS) announced the closure of its Cambridge Read more.
COVID-19 Update: No New Cases, Seven More Samples Sent To CARPHA
The Ministry of Health has once more reported no new cases of COVID-19, with the number confirmed cases remaining at Read more.
TT Coast Guard Warns About Crossing The Border During the COVID-19 Pandemic
The TT Coast Guard is reminding the public that crossing the border during the COVID-19 Pandemic, without authorization, is illegal. Read more.
‘Stumped”, Police Close Cambridge Analytica Case
After several attempts to contact Christopher Wylie who made allegations in his book Mind F*ck that Cambridge Analytica was engaged Read more.
CASE CLOSED: No Evidence Found to Link PM Rowley To A Miami Bank Account
An investigation into allegations that Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley was on the receiving end of a ‚Äúnefarious‚ÄĚ bank transaction Read more.
Coast Guard Seize Bird In A Cage
A Trinidadian and two Venezuelans were detained by Coast Guard Officers on Tuesday after they were found with one bullfinch Read more.
Another Man Charged With Sexual Penetration Of A Minor
A 50-year-old man has been charged with one count of sexual penetration of a minor.  The man of Palo Seco Read more.
Minister Of Health on COVID-19 :”Fires Are Still Raging”
Acknowledging that ‚ÄĚthere is a state of complacency that we have beat the virus‚ÄĚ, Health Minister¬† Terrence Deyalsingh is warning Read more.
COVID-19 Update: One More Patient Discharged
One more person has been discharged from the Home of Football in Couva, having fully recovered from COVID-19. See the Read more.
Coast Guard Officer Injured Following Shooting Incident With Police
An investigation is to be launched to determine whether a police officer who opened fire on an off-duty Coast Guard Read more.
FAKE NEWS: Government Debunks Post About “Phased Reopening” Of The Country
The Ministry of Communications has dismissed as false, a post making the rounds on social media which shows the outline Read more.
Looking Ahead: Workplace Protocols Post COVID-19
The post COVID-19 reality will demand a ‚Äúnew normal‚ÄĚ and employers will largely shape how the world of work operates Read more.
COVID-19 Update: No New Cases, 2071 Samples Submitted To CARPHA
The Ministry of Health has reported no new cases of COVID-19 in its 4pm update (May 5th)  See the latest Read more.
A Man Is Wounded In Another Police Involved Shooting.
A man was shot and wounded by police officers of the Port of Spain Division who went to South Oropouche Read more.
Three Minors Arrested On Gun Charges.
Three minors were among six persons arrested in Arima on Monday night after officers stopped and searched a car and Read more.
UNC: “When Asking For Government Accountability Is Equal To Treason”
‚ÄúWe must never allow a sitting Prime Minister to tell us that asking for Government accountability is equal to treason.‚ÄĚ Read more.
58 Arrested For Crimes Against Children in T&T.
Fifty-eight (58) persons have been charged for crimes against children. The latest is a  42-year-old man who is due to Read more.
One Remaining COVID-19 Patient on the High Dependency Unit At The Couva Hospital
While there’s just one COVID-19 patient remaining at the Couva that person is now in the High Dependency Unit (HDU).  Read more.
Three more persons discharged after recovering from COVID-19
Three additional persons have been discharged after recovering from the COVID-19 virus bringing the total to 102. This is according Read more.
4.9 magnitude earthquake felt in parts of Trinidad
According to the UWI’s Seismic Research Centre a 4.9 earthquake occurred around 6.32pm this evening (May 4th). They revealed the Read more.
A call has been issued to citizens to contribute to the ‘Road Map to Recovery’
The 22 member team, which has been tasked with the road map to a recovery plan following the COVID-19 pandemic, Read more.
CoP Apologises, Admits Officers Acted In Error By Shutting Down Pre-Packaged Doubles
Commissioner of Police Gary Griffith has issued an apology on behalf of the Trinidad and Tobago Police Service (TTPS), after Read more.
How Will Religious Leaders Account For Use Of COVID-19 Relief Funds?
Religious leaders who have accepted grant funding from the State to widen their COVID-19 relief efforts will have to submit Read more.
COVID-19 Update: Three More Discharged From Home Of Football In Couva
The number of patients recovering from COVID-19 has risen to 99, with three patients being discharged from  the Home of Read more.
Paria Fuel Trading Donates 300 Hampers
Paria Fuel Trading Company Limited which is at the centre of an international controversy over a shipment of 150,000 barrels Read more.
Tribe : Carnival Is Not More Important Than Life and Limb
‚ÄúCarnival is important to us all. But not more important than life and limb,‚ÄĚ Tribe Carnival stated on Monday becoming Read more.
PM Accuses Newspaper Of “Sprinkling Vitriol On The PNM.”
Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley has slammed the Express Newspaper for “vitriol on the PNM” as he criticised the newspaper’s Read more.
Tobago’s Sargassum Problem Grows
Because of the vast amount of sargassum that has washed up in Delaford, Tobago, there is the need for “mechanical Read more.
Tobago’s COVID -19 Count: Just One Case
Three of the five COVID-19 cases in Tobago have been discharged. One person has died so that means there is Read more.
One Woman Killed In After-Party Crash, Six Injured.
One woman was killed and six others were injured in an accident along the North Coast Road near Las Cuevas. Read more.
Small Businesses Want Banks To Cut Interest Rates by 50% for 3-6 Months
The Greater Tunapuna Chamber of Industry & Commerce (GTCIC)  has joined the call from the Arima Business Association asking that Read more.
COVID-19 Update: Only Three Persons Remain In Hospital
There are only three COVID-19 patients remaining at the  Couva Hospital. And, the last three patients who were at the Read more.
COVID-19 Update: Five More Patients Discharged
Two patients from the Couva Hospital and  three from the Sangre Grande Centre ( Brooklyn) have been discharged, having fully Read more.
Moonilal Defends Letter To US Ambassador : “Don’t Call Me Unpatriotic”
Opposition MP for Oropouche East, Dr. Roodal Moonilal Member of Parliament for Oropouche East Dr. Roodal Moonilal has spoken out Read more.
NP Widens Its COVID-19 Outreach, Free Gas Tanks For The Elderly
An NP Representative delivers a free 20 lb LPG gas tank for an elderly citizen As citizens continue to grapple Read more.
WASA Warns: Service Disruption In Parts Of Arima
The Water and Sewerage Authority (WASA) advises customers in parts of Arima, served by the Guanapo Water Treatment Plant, who Read more.
World Press Freedom Day In A Time Of COVID-19
As the world celebrates #WorldPressFreedom Day 2020, Communications Minister Donna Cox has commended the work of local media, particularly during Read more.
Firearms Seized: Police Make Arrests In Couva And Toco
A 20 year old Cumana man was arrested during a police exercise in the Toco district on Saturday, after he Read more.
COVID-19 Update: Five Patients Remaining At Couva Hospital
There are now five COVID-19 patients at the Couva Hospital, as one patient has been decanted to the Home of Read more.
COVID-19 Update- No New Cases, 69 New Samples Submitted to CARPHA For Testing
The Ministry of Health has reported no new cases of COVID-19 for today (May 2nd), with T&T’s number of confirmed Read more.
Prison Riot In Venezuela, More Than 40 Killed
Photo Courtesy: Al Jazeera At least forty-five people were killed and 50 more injured, following a riot at the Llanos Read more.
Cuban Nurses Arrive In T&T, To Assume Duty Following 14-Day State Quarantine
Stock Image A dozen Cuban specialist nurses arrived in the country yesterday, to assist government in their fight against COVID-19. Read more.
COVID-19 Update: Four More Patients Discharged
Four more patients have been discharged from the Home of Football in Couva, having fully recovered from COVID-19. It brings Read more.
PM Denounces “Dangerous Claims” by Opposition Leader On Possible US Sanctions
(LEFT) Prime Minister Dr. Keith Rowley. (RIGHT) Opposition Leader, Kamla Persad Bissessar. Prime Minister Dr. Keith Rowley has dismissed claims Read more.
Minister Warns, ‘Bad-Begging’ Relief Applicants Will Have To Answer To Police
Minister of Social Development and Family Services, Camille Robinson Regis Anyone found attempting to access COVID-19 relief funds under false Read more.
COVID-19 Update: Two More Patients Discharged
Two more patients have been discharged  from the Sangre Grande Centre (Brooklyn) having recovered from COVID-19. To date, 83 patients have Read more.
70 T&T Nationals Return From Suriname, Sent To Mandatory State Quarantine
The 70 Trinidad and Tobago nationals who were unable to return home before this country closed its borders at midnight Read more.
ODPM Prepares For 2020 Hurricane Season With COVID-19 Plan
The Office of Disaster Preparedness and Management (ODPM) says it has begun planning for this year’s hurricane season, which begins Read more.
Police need help to find missing 17-year-old teenager
The Central Police Station is asking for the public’s help to locate 17-year-old ALEXANDRA OVIEDO GARCIA, of Mary Care Centre, Read more.
Matura man held with $84 000 in cash
Police have arrested one man and a seized a quantity of cash. The arrest was made by officers of the Read more.
Police seize over 150 pounds of marijuana in Toco
One man was arrested and quantities of marijuana seized by officers of the Eastern Division during an anti-crime exercise conducted Read more.
Eight more discharged after recovering from COVID-19
Eight additional persons have been discharged after recovering from the COVID-19 virus. This is according to the Ministry of Health’s Read more.
A massive Marijuana And Cocaine Haul In The Gulf Of Paria
A quantity of narcotics was recovered by officers of the Trinidad and Tobago Coast Guard in the waters of the Read more.
Sargassum Covers Tobago’s Atlantic Coast
Tobago’s Atlantic coastline has been significantly affected by a huge amounts of sargassum.  These photos from the Tobago Emergency Management Read more.
T&T Testing For COVID-19, Outside Of CARPHA”s Guidelines, Has Finally Begun.
The satellite COVID-19 testing facility at the North Central Regional Health Authority (NCRHA) in Mt Hope, which was deemed ready Read more.
How US Sanctions Can Affect T&T; PM Rowley Asked to Open Up About Suspect Fuel Shipments to Venezuela
With the Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley’s refusal to answer questions about the visit  of Venezuela’s Vice President Delcy Rodriguez, Read more.
Pandemic Fallout : Digicel Cuts Salaries
Digicel has asked its employees to take a temporary pay cut. And it starts with the Chairman and all non-executive Read more.
Quarantine Facilities for TT Nationals Arriving From Suriname
The  60 T&T Nationals  who were stranded in Suriname since the borders closed on March 22  are due to arrive Read more.
COVID-19 Update: One More Person Discharged, No New Cases
An additional person has been discharged from the Home of Football in Couva, having fully recovered from COVID-19. As it stands, Read more.
COVID-19 Cases In Jamaica Cross 400, One New Death Recorded
Twenty-six new samples have tested positive for COVID-19 in Jamaica, bringing the island’s total number of confirmed cases to 422. Read more.
Met Office Warns Of Surge In Sahara Dust In Early May
The beginning of May is predicted to see a significant surge in Saharan dust concentrations, according to theTrinidad and Tobago Read more.
Robert Hadad Tells TTFA Coaches: “T&T Football Will Survive”
‚ÄúThere is nothing that I want more than to see Trinidad and Tobago football in a better place.‚ÄĚ These were Read more.
Remdesivir shows promise in the fight against COVID-19
US officials have said that there is “clear-cut” evidence that a drug can help people recover from the coronavirus. According Read more.
Forty-seven more samples submitted for testing all were found negative
Forty-seven more samples were submitted today to CARPHA for testing according to the Ministry of Health’s latest health updates. The Read more.
Booksellers : “We Are Essential Business”.
Booksellers want to be acknowledged as an essential business and are calling on the government to give permission for them Read more.
Cops Seize Thousands Of Dollars In Couva
Cops seized TT$28,805 under the Proceeds of Crime Act, from a home in Couva where they arrested one man.   During Read more.
IMF Paints A Grim Picture Of The Caribbean Economy
Predicting ‚Äúthe deepest recession in more than half a century‚ÄĚ the International Monetary Fund (IMF) is projecting that growth in Read more.
TT Joins WHO Study To Test Four Drugs, Including Hydroxychloroquine ,On COVID-19 Patients
The Ethics Committee of both the Ministry of Health and the University of the West Indies are yet give the Read more.
COVID-19 UPDATE: Only Six Persons Remain In Hospital
There are now only six persons at the Couva Hospital as two were decanted overnight to the step down facility Read more.
Government Amends 17 Pieces Of Legislation- Here’s What You Need To Know
Attorney General Faris Al Rawi. Photo Courtesy the Parliament of Trinidad and Tobago The Miscellaneous Amendments Bill, 2020 was passed Read more.
COVID-19 Update: One More Discharged From Hospital
An additional person has been discharged from the Couva Hospital, having fully recovered from COVID-19. To date, 72 of the Read more.
No Changes To CXC Exam Format, Written Papers Still To Be Administered
The recommendation from the Caribbean Examinations Council (CXC), for students sitting exams this year to be assessed only on the Read more.
Barbados PM Calls For Global Leadership: “The Caribbean Must Not Be Dispensable”
The COVID-19 pandemic has exposed, even greater, the need for global leadership, particularly for the benefit of small island states. Read more.
Animal Cruelty offenders may have to pay up to $100 000 in fines
New penalties for those found guilty of animal cruelty are one of the focuses of the Miscellaneous Amendments Bill 2020. Read more.
Three more discharged after recovering from COVID-19
Three more persons have been discharged after recovering from the COVID-19 virus. The number of confirmed COVID-19 patients remains at Read more.
Government Pays Amalgamated Security Far Less Than Reported
The procurement, installation and implementation of the electronic monitoring system ( 300 electronic bracelets) cost TT$10.3 million dollars over  three Read more.
T&T Gets Funding To Hire 100 Doctors And 100 Nurses, Trinis Arriving From Suriname Will Be Quarantined in
Trinidad and Tobago can hire 100 physicians and 100 nurses with funding from the Inter-American Development Bank (IADB) to  ensure Read more.
Sargassum Alert for Scarborough, Tobago.
The Tobago Emergency Management Agency (TEMA) advises the public that a large mass of sargassum is approaching Rockly Bay, Scarborough Read more.
Heather Headley Soars Again In a New Netflix Series
Trinidad born Broadway star Heather Headley will play one of the lead roles in a Netflix series to be launched Read more.
Reggae Sumfest 2020 Cancelled
  The 2020 edition of Reggae Sumfest has been cancelled in light of the risk factors associated with the COVID-19 Read more.
COVID-19 UPDATE: Nine Discharged Overnight T&T Warned To Prepare For The New Normal
All of the 182 persons tested for COVID-19, since community testing started two weeks ago, are negative.  And, nine persons Read more.
COVID-19 Update: No New Cases, 46 Additional Samples Sent To CARPHA
The Ministry of Health has reported no new cases of COVID-19 for April 28th, with the number of confirmed cases Read more.
Surviving COVID-19: Tips For Essential Workers
With each passing day, there are new reports about the COVID-19 pandemic. For those of us who still have to Read more.
Fire Officers Called In To Quell Blaze Near Tetron Barracks
Fire officers were called to respond to a fire near the Tetron Barracks in Chaguaramas on Tuesday morning, which threatened Read more.
Mom Killed In South Car Accident, Son Injured
A 58 year old Point Fortin woman has died following a car accident on Tuesday. She has been identified as Read more.
Thirty-eight-year-old man charged with sexually touching a six-year-old
A 38-year-old labourer from Wallerfield, Arima, has been arrested on for the offence with sexual touching of a minor. According Read more.
Police need help to find three missing teens
On the left is Malikah Raphael Top Right: Blossom Bidar Bottom Right: Ismael Alexander The TTPS is asking for the Read more.
Fourteen more samples submitted to CARPHA for COVID-19 virus testing
The number of confirmed COVID-19 patients remains at 116 and the total number of recovered patients is 59. According to Read more.
CAL Launches Cargo Charter Service
Caribbean Airlines has introduced cargo charter services to meet the growing demand for cargo uplift to a number of Caribbean Read more.
FIFA Wants Five Substitutes Per Game
The rules will be changed when football resumes.  Law 3 will be temporarily relaxed to allow for five substitutions per Read more.
Free of COVID-19 Cases, St Lucia Opens Up Cautiously
St Lucia, though free of COVID-19 cases, relaxed some of the measures put in place to prevent the spread of Read more.
Judiciary Extends Court restrictions Until May 18
The Judiciary has extended its directions for the use of the courts during the COVID-19 Pandemic to last until May Read more.
COVID-19 UPDATE: No New Cases, Health Care Workers Stay at NAPA Hotel
The Hotel at the National Academy For the Performing Arts (NAPA) in Port of Spain is functioning as a COVID-19 Read more.
COVID-19 Update: No New Cases, 40 Additional Samples Submitted To CARPHA
Trinidad and Tobago’s number of confirmed cases of COVID-19 remains at 116, according to the Ministry of Health’s 10pm update Read more.
Six Detained, One AR-15 Rifle Seized On Lady Young
An anti-crime exercise in the North Eastern Division on Monday led to the arrests of five men and one woman, Read more.
Deyalsingh Urges Parents Of Young Children: “Don’t Lapse On Immunization”
As the country continues to fight against COVID-19, Health Minister Terrence Deyalsingh is encouraging parents not to shy away from Read more.
Jamaican PM Promises “Full Investigation” As Young Mother Dies After Being Denied Healthcare
As outrage continues across Jamaica over the death of a young mother after she was repeatedly denied medical attention, the Read more.
Legendary Playwright and Mas maker Tony Hall has passed away
One of T&T’s most renowned playwrights, screenwriter, actor and director Tony Hall has passed away at the age of 71-years-old. Read more.
TTFA’s normalization committee says they are the only ones allowed to business on behalf of TTFA
Chairman of the Normalisation Committee of TTFA, Robert Hadad, has said that he is aware that letters are circulating in Read more.
The Opposition UNC claims their time to speak in Parliament is being shortened
According to a statement from Anita Haynes, the Public Relations Officer of the UNC  the Government tried to stifle the Read more.
Police Commissioner defends the TTPS following Trinidad Express article
Police Commissioner Gary Griffith has quoted data from juvenile crime offenders to defend the TTPS’ action of making minors lie Read more.
No new COVID-19 cases reported as of this evening (April 27th)
The number of confirmed COVID-19 patients remains at 116 and the total number of recovered patients is 59. According to Read more.
Salary Relief Grants Will Be Ready By Wednesday; Gov’t Spends Billions in COVID-19 Relief
The first batch of salary relief grants will be wired to the relevant bank accounts by tomorrow and should be Read more.
Five Private Labs Denied Accreditation for COVID-19 Testing.
 Five private labs in Trinidad and Tobago applied for accreditation to conduct COVID-19 tests as requested by the Minister of Read more.
NIPDEC Is Yet To Evaluate Tenders For Contracts to Sew Masks
  Government’s distribution of masks for citizens is still in the works and the thousands that have been distributed via Read more.
COVID-19 Social Support Grants Will be Paid In The Upcoming Week.
  The Ministry of Social Development says it has received over 12,000 applications from persons who have experienced loss of Read more.
“Dangerous Use of Data”- Dr Hinds Dismisses Link of Respiratory Deaths to COVID-19
If the COVID-19 ‚Äúvirus was in the population for that length of time (there would be) many more deaths,‚ÄĚ Dr Read more.
T&T Nationals In Suriname Granted Permission To Return Home; National Security Minister Says Five Charter Flights and Three
Trinidad and Tobago nationals in Suriname will be allowed to return home, of their own accord, as National Security Minister Read more.
Cops Arrest Two In Moruga
Two persons were arrested and two firearms and a quantity of ammunition seized by officers of the Southern Division during Read more.
COVID-19 Update: No new Cases
No new COVID-19 cases were reported overnight when the figure rose to 116 with the latest case that was reported Read more.
One more person has been discharged after recovering from COVID-19
One more person has been discharged after recovering from the COVID-19 virus. The number of confirmed COVID-19 patients remains at Read more.
The extended Stay at Home measures have been made official
The PM Dr. Keith Rowley’s declaration of the extension of Stay-at-Home measures has been drafted into the Public Health ordinance. Read more.
Nineteen-year-old shot dead by police
A man was killed by police in the Sangre Grande area yesterday. According to the TTPS officers of the North Read more.
Opposition Leader calls for the nation to be reopened
The Opposition Leader, Kamla Persad-Bissesar is calling on the PM Dr. Keith Rowley to reopen the businesses. She described the Read more.
Police need help to find missing teen
The West End Police is asking for the public’s help to find 15-year-old KYLE LIVERPOOL, of Richplain Road, Diego Martin. Read more.
No change in COVID-19 status, 115 confirmed positive
The number of confirmed COVID-19 patients remains at 115 and the total number of recovered patients is 53. According to Read more.
One more person discharged after recovering from the COVID-19 virus
One more person has been discharged after recovering from the COVID-19 virus bringing the total number of recovered patients to Read more.
PM Dr. Keith Rowley announces two more weeks of COVID-19 restrictions
If the number of positive COVID-19 patients continues to remain stable and not drastically increased, then most businesses will be Read more.
Caribbean Examinations Council to offer online and paper-based options for CXC 2020
The Caribbean Examinations Council (CXC) has announced that they intend to offer online and paper-based options for 2020 examinations. If Read more.
Man dies after crashing into wall
A man, identified as Reeza Ogeer died last night (Friday 24th April) when his car crashed into the front wall Read more.
Four more recover from the COVID-19 virus
Four more patients have been discharged after recovering from the COVID-19 virus bringing the total number of recovered patients to Read more.
Second murder in Laventille in 24 hours
A man, who has been identified as Roland Chattergoon, was shot and killed early this morning (April 25th) after men Read more.
No new confirmed cases of COVID-19 for today April 24th
Twenty-one more samples have been submitted to CARPHA for testing and all were negative. The amount of patients who’ve recovered Read more.
Jamaica confirms 31 new cases of COVID-19 in 24 hours
Jamaica’s Ministry of Health and Wellness has confirmed 31 new cases of the COVID-19 virus in the last 24 hours Read more.
Suspected Gang leader shot and killed in Laventille
There are reports that a suspected gang leader, identified as Dwayne Thomas was shot and killed earlier today following a Read more.
President Trump says his statement about injecting Lysol was taken out of context
US President Donald Trump has said that his statement about injecting disinfectants to fight the novel coronavirus was taken out Read more.
Two Men Charged With Sexual Abuse of Minors, Granted Bail
Two men, ages 54 and 21, have been arrested and charged in two separate incidents of child sexual abuse. The Read more.
High Court Rules In State’s Favour In Point Fortin Highway Matter
The High Court has dismissed a judicial review claim filed by environmental activist Dr. Wayne Kublalsingh, which challenged the State’s Read more.
COVID-19 Update: Seven New Samples Sent To CARPHA, No New Cases.
Trinidad and Tobago’s number of confirmed cases of COVID-19 remains at 115, according to the Ministry of Health’s 4pm update Read more.
SWRHA: We Have Adequate PPE
The South-West Regional Health Authority (SWRHA) says that “it’s frontline healthcare employees are provided with adequate and proper PPE, which Read more.
Jack Warner Gets the Greenlight To Contest His Extradition At The Privy Council.
Former FIFA vice-president Jack Warner who is fighting extradition to the US to face bribery charges, which he has denied, Read more.
Trying To Defraud Social Development
Given the economic consequences of the COVID-19 Pandemic, the Ministry of Social Development  says people are trying to defraud the Read more.
T&T COVID-19 UPDATE: Only Ten Hospitalised.
Only ten persons who tested positive for COVID-19 in Trinidad and Tobago remain in hospital. And, they are all at Read more.
Three more recover from the COVID-19 virus, confirmed cases remained at 115
Three more persons have been discharged after recovering from the COVID-19 virus bringing the total number of recovered patients to Read more.
Ian Alleyne has been officially discharged
Talk show host Ian Alleyne has been officially discharged. According to reports he was released earlier this evening from the Read more.
No new COVID-19 cases in Barbados today (April 23rd)
According to Barbados’ Ministry of Health and Wellness there have been no new cases of COVID-19 for today, April 23rd. Read more.
UNC accuses the Government of flip-flopping on their decision not to test the dead for COVID-19
The United National Congress is calling on the government to clear up what they describe as mixed messages and disinformation Read more.
Police Arrest Man On WASA Compound With Firearm And Ammunition
A man was arrested at the Water and Sewerage Authority’s Laventille facility on Thursday, after he was found to be Read more.
Angostura Holdings Records Highest Revenue In A Decade, Profits For 2019 Reach $141.8 Million
An increase in sales on the local and export markets, coupled with innovative marketing, is what Angostura Holdings Limited  has Read more.
COVID-19 Update: Four More Patients Discharged From Hospital
An additional four patients have been discharged from hospital, bringing the total number of persons recovering from COVID-19 to to Read more.
Decapitated Double Murder Mystery in Guapo
The mysterious death of two persons, whose decapitated and decomposing bodies were found at Guapo on Wednesday continues to baffle Read more.
T&T Begins COVID-19 Testing Outside Of Carpha’s Guidelines
If there were fears that persons have been dying of COVID-19 without being placed on the records, the Chief Medical Read more.
Youth Drowns at Marlins’ Swimming Pool After Illegal Entry.
The young man who drowned at the Marlin’s swimming pool on Wednesday evening, after he jumped the wall with his Read more.
Negative COVID-19 Test Results, Posthumously, For Tobago Security Guard
After a furore created on social media about the death of a security guard in Tobago, possibly due to COVID-19, Read more.
“People Are On The Edge Right Now”
“Citizens must be responsible and conform to the stay at home request, however, insulting persons because you believe they will Read more.
Cops Seize Guns And Ganja
Cops arrested eight persons during an early morning anti-crime exercise in Santa Cruz, St Joseph, and Maracas which started at Read more.
Siblings Killed In Couva Double Murder
Gunmen stormed the family home at Windsor Park in Couva and shot dead 23-year-old Vishani Chitbahal and her 25-year-old brother Read more.
COVID-19 UPDATE: Another Four Discharged, Now 23 Hospitalised
Four persons were discharged overnight and now only 23 COVID-19 patients remain hospitalized in Trinidad and Tobago. (See stats below) Read more.
Five more tested the number of confirmed COVID-19 patients remains at 115
Five more samples were tested for the COVID-19 virus, bringing the total of samples sent to CARPHA for testing to Read more.
The WHO warns against complacency and lifting restrictions too soon
The head of the World Health Organization (WHO), Dr Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, has issued a stern warning that nations should Read more.
COVID-19 cases continue to rise in Jamaica
Dr. Christopher Tufton the Minister of Health and Wellness in Jamaica has confirmed that there are 19 new cases of Read more.
Judiciary Reminds Parents To Make Use Of Online System To Pay Maintenance Orders
Parents are reminded that they can continue fulfilling their child maintenance obligations during the stay-at-home order, by utilizing the Judiciary’s Read more.
UWI’s Debe Campus Transformed Into A COVID-19 Quarantine Facility
After overcoming a brief hiccup with securing approvals from the relevant Regional Corporation, the Debe Campus of the University of Read more.
Opposition MP Tells Government: “Make Relief Fund For SMEs”
The Government needs to establish a relief fund from which Small and Medium Enterprises (SMES) can draw down in order Read more.
COVID-19 Update: 24 New Samples Submitted For Testing, T&T’s Case Count Remains At 115
Trinidad and Tobago’s number of confirmed cases of COVID-19 remains at 115, according to the Ministry of Health’s 4pm update Read more.
St Lucia Reports 100 Percent COVID-19 Recovery
Saint Lucia has a total of 15 confirmed cases of COVID-19. To date, all of the positive cases of COVID-19 Read more.
Rent Waivers Needed For Small and Medium Businesses In T&T.
  Government is being asked to consider legislation which will  give “legal protection to small businesses from the difficulties they Read more.
Marijuana Field Destroyed in Lopinot
Cops destroyed 500 marijuana trees and 200 seedlings during an exercise in Surrey Village, Lopinot on Wednesday morning.  Two men Read more.
No Entry for 250 TT Nationals Stranded On Cruise Ships, Care Packages For Students in Jamaica And Barbados.
There are 250 T&T nationals stranded on cruise ships out at sea who want to come back home. But when Read more.
RoadBlocks Are Not A COVID-19 Measure
Roadblocks are not a COVID-19 measure and are not based on a stay at home order, National Security Minister Stuart Read more.
COVID-19 Update: One Suspected at the Princess Elizabeth Centre, Community Spread Cannot Be Determined as Yet
There is one suspected case of COVID-19 at the Princess Elizabeth Centre, Health Minister Dr Terrence Deyalsingh revealed on Wednesday. Read more.
COVID-19 infections remains at 115 for today (April 21st)
The number of COVID-19 virus confirmed patients remains at 115. According to the Ministry of Health’s latest update, 1424 samples Read more.
Trump’s Immigration ban will last for 60 days
US President Donald Trump has announced that his plan to ban immigration into the US will last for 60 days Read more.
Five health workers in Jamaica have tested positive for COVID-19
Jamaica’s Minister of Health and Wellness, Dr Christopher Tufton, has revealed that five personnel from his ministry have tested positive Read more.
No new cases of COVID-19 in Barbados for the last six days
For the sixth consecutive day, the Ministry of Health and Wellness, in Barbados has recorded no new cases of COVID-19 Read more.
Alleged Gang Leader Killed In Phase One, Bon Air Gardens
Residents look on moments after Daniel “The Boss” Fernandez was killed in Phase One, Bon Air Gardens on Tuesday. A Read more.
Home At Last: T&T Nationals Return From Quarantine In Barbados
Aircraft with returning T&T nationals from Barbados Thirty-three Trinidad and Tobago nationals  arrived on home soil via two flights on Read more.
COVID-19: T&T Records 115th Case, Two More Patients Fully Recovered
One more person has tested positive for COVID-19, after nearly one week of the country recording no new cases. An Read more.
Top Cop Defends Road Blocks
Commissioner of Police Gary Griffith is defending his decision to institute roadblocks throughout the country which he described as a Read more.
PM: “We Will Try To Open At The Earliest Opportunity”
“We will try to open at the earliest opportunity,”¬† Prime Minister¬† Dr Keith Rowley said when he chaired the first Read more.
Massive Job Loses Ahead: Economic Fallout Will Be Worse Than COVID-19 Crisis.
“Massive job losses will occur in both the public and private sectors in the coming year if we do not Read more.
Marijuana Seedlings, Guns, Ammo Seized; Cops Trace And Find Six Men Who Were Posing With a Gun In
Investigating a video that appeared on social media showing six men with illegal firearms, police went to Four Roads in Read more.
Parliaments meets on Monday: PM Gets Advice on Reopening The Country on Friday
By the end of this week, Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley will meet with public health officials to get scientific Read more.
Trinis Delayed in Barbados For Testing Before Departure Today
The first batch of the T&T nationals who were quarantined in Barbados for just under a month did not leave Read more.
COVID-19 UPDATE: Four Discharged Overnight, CMO Searches for Local Spread
No new COVID-19 cases have been reported for a third consecutive day and four persons were discharged from the Sangre Read more.
NO new COVID-19 cases recorded today (April 20th)
There has been no change in the number of confirmed cases of the COVID-19 virus. According to the Ministry of Read more.
TTCG to investigate if officers were involved in altercation on the South Coast
The T&T Coast Guard (TTCG) has responded to allegations that some of their officers were responsible for beating three Icacos Read more.
PM On T&T’s Road Map To Recovery: “We Will Not Be A Permanent Welfare State”
Trinidad and Tobago will not settle into becoming a ‚Äúpermanent welfare state‚ÄĚ once the COVID-19 storm dissipates. This is according Read more.
Jamaica sees another spike in COVID-19 cases
There has been another spike in COVID-19 cases in Jamaica. The island’s authorities have confirmed that they now have 223 Read more.
Three Killed By SORT Officers In Santa Cruz
Three young men were shot and killed in Santa Cruz  on Monday afternoon, by officers of the Special Operations Response Read more.
Heritage Petroleum To Store Approximately Three Million Barrels Of Oil Amid Gloomy Price Outlook
Grappling with the economic fallout from COVID-19, coupled with the recent oil price war between Russia and Saudi Arabia, the Read more.
COVID-19: No New Cases, 14 New Samples Submitted To CARPHA
Fourteen new samples have been submitted to the Caribbean Public Health Agency (CARPHA) for testing, making a total of 1,370 Read more.
Pensioner Charged With Sexual Penetration Of A Minor
A pensioner, 75-year-old Mohammed Hosein, has been charged with sexual penetration of a female minor. And was due to appear Read more.
Logic And Innovation Is the Way Forward Because Poor Lives Matter Too
¬†‚ÄúThe only persons reasonably comfortable in the current situation are persons who can still collect their salaries”. While agreeing that Read more.
Self Quarantine Advised In The Face Of An Unconfirmed COVID-19 Case In Tobago
Even though it could not confirm that a security guard died as a result of COVID-19, in Tobago, staff who Read more.
Teenage Girls Missing
Two teenagers have been reported missing by their parents. Nineteen-year-old Britney Baptiste (in photo) of Beau Pres Road in Maraval Read more.
The True Picture of Contact Tracing in T&T… And Other Stats.
The photo above, provided by the Technical Director of  Epidemiology at the Ministry of Health, Dr Avery Hinds, shows the Read more.
“People Will Have Full Access To Food,” Groceries Will Not Be Restricted
Someone hijacked the letterhead of the Ministry of Health and created a fake news release that was being circulated on Read more.
Thousands of COVID-19 Test Kits Are Due In T&T
Just under half of the number of extraction kits needed to match the 4000 COVID-19 test kits donated by the Read more.
TT COVID-19 UPDATE: Contact Tracing Has Identified 715 Persons Who Are Being Monitored.
There are actually 114 persons who, according to the statistics from the Ministry of Health, have tested positive for COVID-19 Read more.
COVID-19: No New Cases, 17 More Tests Submitted To CARPHA
Seventeen new samples have been submitted to the Caribbean Public Health Agency for testing, according to the Ministry of Health’s Read more.
WASA Takes COVID-19 Precautions Following Security Officer’s Death In Tobago
The Water and Sewerage Authority (WASA) is giving the assurance that it is taking the necessary health precautions following the Read more.
10 Year Old Dies While Trying To Cross The PBR
A ten year old lost her life on Sunday morning, as she was struck by a vehicle while attempting to Read more.
Another Vessel Intercepted By Coast Guard Officers
Three men were detained and handed over to police on Sunday, after the vessel they were being transported in was Read more.
Commissioner Scolds Group of Minors For Breaching Public Health Order
A group of twenty-seven people, mostly minors, who were found breaching government’s public health order in the Sea Lots area Read more.
Government Imposes New Opening Hours For Hardware Stores
Effective tomorrow, April 20th, hardware stores will only be allowed to open on Mondays, Thursdays and Saturdays, between 8am and Read more.
Pensioners Get Deadline Extension From TTPS For Submission Of Life Certificates
In an effort to protect the health and safety of the elderly during this time, the Trinidad and Tobago Police Read more.
Barbados Crop Over 2020 Cancelled
The 2020 Crop Over Festival and National Independence Festival of Creative Arts (NIFCA) are the two latest event casualties in Read more.
Jamaica Reaches 173 Confirmed Cases of COVID-19
In just one week, Jamaica’s number of confirmed cases of COVID-19 has more than doubled, with the island recording 173 Read more.
COVID-19: No New Cases Reported, Five More Samples Sent To CARPHA
The number of confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Trinidad and Tobago remains at 114. The Ministry of Health’s initial 10pm Read more.
Augustus Long Hospital Outfitted To House COVID-19 Patients
The Augustus Long Hospital has been refurbished and handed over to the Ministry of Health to be used to house Read more.
WASA Advises Parts Of West Trinidad To Be Without Water On Monday
Customers served by the Tucker Valley Pumping Station via School Street Booster Station are advised that there will be an Read more.
COVID-19: Ten New Samples Submitted To CARPHA, Case Count Remains At 114
The number of confirmed cases of COVID-19 in the country remains at 114, according to the Ministry’s 4pm update on Read more.
Police Seize Two Firearms In Cocorite, One Man Arrested
An anti-crime exercise conducted at Dundonald Hill and Cocorite on Friday resulted in two illegal firearms being seized. Western Division Read more.
Health Minister Pleads With Citizens To Stay Home: “We’re Not In The clear Yet”
‚ÄúWe have won nothing.‚ÄĚ This was the sentiment shared by Health Minister Terrence Deyalsingh at Saturday morning‚Äôs press briefing, as Read more.
Coast Guard Officers Seize Large Quantity Of $USD On Board Pirogue, Occupants Handed Over To Police
Two Trinidadian nationals and two Venezuelan nationals were held by the Trinidad and Tobago Coast Guard after the officers intercepted Read more.
COVID-19: No New Cases, One More Person Discharged from Caura Hospital
One more person has been discharged from the Caura Hospital, brining the total number of patients discharged to 21. Meanwhile, Read more.
FIFA Sends Warning Letter To TTFA Body Over Illegitimate Representation
One month after FIFA announced its decision to dissolve the board of the Trinidad and Tobago Football Association (TTFA) over Read more.
Officer Killed In His Home, Suspect Detained
Special Reserve Police Officer Julien Emmanuel was shot dead at his Edinburgh 500 home in Chaguanas on Friday. According to Read more.
WASA Adjusts Supply As Water Production Reduced By 40 Million Gallons Per Day
With the records showing ‚Äúsignificantly below normal rainfall‚ÄĚ in March 2020 and the Trinidad and Tobago Meteorological Service forecasting similar Read more.
Bmobile And Digicel Offer Three Months Zero Rated Access to UWI Websites
Telecommunication providers Bmobile and Digicel have partnered with the University of the West Indies to provide students with free access Read more.
Quarantine lifted in Jamaica’s Corn Piece community
Jamaica’s Ministry of Health and Wellness has lifted the quarantine imposed on the Corn Piece Settlement in Clarendon. According to Read more.
Police Commissioner Gary Griffith calls on non-essentials to stay home
Police Comissioner Gary Griffith is calling on the motorists to stay at home if they don’t need to be out. Read more.
No new samples submitted for testing as of this afternoon (April 17th)
There has been no change in the amount of COVID-19 tests submitted to CARPHA as of this afternoon, according to Read more.
How Tobago Is Handling COVID-19
With the Tobago count remaining at five positive COVID-19 cases for the past week, the Division of Health is warning Read more.
Twenty-One Psychologists Offer Free Services, Via Phone, For COVID-19 Trauma.
At least 21 psychologists have agreed to provide free service to people affected in many different ways by the COVID-19 Read more.
957 Prisoners Will Be Set Free
Altogether 957 persons, including 49 children, will be released in a bid to minimize the risk of a COVID-19 outbreak Read more.
Legal Notice #75: Quarantine Defined Under TT Public Health Regulations
There have been further amendments to the Public Health Ordinance that were published in the Trinidad and Tobago Gazette, Legal Read more.
CoP Says Downtown Store Owner Breached Regulations: Police Presence was Not Explained.
One day after photos surfaced showing police officers leaving a fabric store, Jimmy Aboud, on Queen Street in Port of Read more.
COVID-19 UPDATE: No New Cases.
   No new cases have been reported overnight, as the number of positive COVID-19  cases in Trinidad and Tobago remains Read more.
COVID-19 Update: No New Cases, Eight Additional Samples Sent to CARPHA
The Ministry of Health has once more reported no new cases of COVID-19 in its latest update. Eight additional samples Read more.
FEEL Set To Begin Distribution Of 15,000 Cloth Masks This Weekend
(L to R) Honourable Terrence Deyalsingh, Minister of Health, Elena Villafana-Sylvester, CEO FEEL, Joanna Mouttet, Syrian-Lebanese Women’s Association and Sarah Read more.
Brazil’s Health Minister Axed For Disagreeing With President On Pandemic Response
Four days after Brazil’s Health Minister, Luiz Henrique Mandetta, appeared on a televised interview calling for government to have a Read more.
US Releases Hold On $12,000 Worth Of Medical Supplies Destined For BVI
The US $12,000 worth of personal protective equipment (PPE) which was seized by the US government last week, will now Read more.
US President Trump Says Some States Ready To Reopen “Literally Tomorrow”
On the heels of the World Health Organization’s warning for world leaders not to prematurely relax stay at home restrictions, Read more.
Jamaica records significant spike in COVID-19 cases
Jamaica’s Minister of Health and Wellness, Dr Christopher Tufton has confirmed an additional 18 cases of the COVID-19 virus in Read more.
Police need help to find missing Chaguanas man
The Chaguanas Police is asking for public’s urgent assistance in locating 59-year-old MICHAEL FRANCIS, of #59 John Peter Road East, Read more.
PM Dr. Keith Rowley to chair committee to decide a ‘Post COVID-19 Road Map To Recovery’
PM Dr. Keith Rowley has announced that he will chair a Committee which is tasked with developing a Post COVID-19 Read more.
No new cases of the COVID-19 virus as of this afternoon (April 16th)
There has been no change in the amount of confirmed cases of the COVID-19 virus. According to the Ministry of Read more.
Home of Football Approved As A Step-Down Facility For COVID-19
The recently constructed Home of Football located in Couva, a stone’s throw from the Couva Hospital, will be used as Read more.
Salary Relief Grants To Be Available in “Approximately Two weeks.”
As of Thursday morning,  there were 38,000 requests for salary grants, according to Finance Minister Colm Imbert who spoke at Read more.
Bush Fire Threatens PriceSmart, Mausica
What started as a bush fire outside the Mausica Branch of PriceSmart got closer to the building,forcing the evacuation on Read more.
“Media Practitioners Under Emotional and Mental Stress,” Says The Opposition Leader.
Accusing Cabinet Ministers of employing a strategy “to ensure that they avoid accounting to the public as to their overall Read more.
Jamaica Will Accept Its stranded Cruise Ship Workers, After All.
The Jamaican government is working ‚Äúvery quickly‚ÄĚ to allow 43 Jamaican ship workers to return to the island, according to Read more.
CARICOM’s COVID-19 Response : Lift Sanctions Against Cuba And Venzuela
Caricom leaders, who met in an emergency session via teleconferencing on Wednesday, have agreed to pool resources when seeking international Read more.
CAF Approves US$50 Million LoanFor T&T To Fight COVID-19
A US$50 million loan from CAF Development Bank of Latin America- to mitigate the COVID-19 health crisis- has been approved Read more.
COVID 19 UPDATE: No New Cases
The COVID-19 Positive count in Trinidad and Tobago remains at 114, the same as it was yesterday. The only difference in Read more.
COVID-19 Update: One Additional Sample Submitted to CARPHA, No New Cases
The Ministry of Health has reported no new cases of COVID-19 in its most recent update, with the total number Read more.
COVID-19 Partygoers Appear For Participating In Guest House Lime
Five Trinidadians and six Venezuelan nationals who were arrested for participating in a ‚ÄúCOVID-Party‚ÄĚ at a guest house, have appeared Read more.
Coast Guardsman Appears On Manslaughter Charge For Colleague’s Death
Killed: Ordinary Seaman Gyasi Richardson Ordinary Seaman Takeem Alexander appeared before a Port of Spain Virtual Court on Wednesday, one Read more.
Media Association of T&T Writes To Gov’t, Raises Concerns About Press Freedom
The Media Association of Trinidad and Tobago (MATT) has written a missive to Communications Minister, Donna Cox, raising concerns about Read more.
Vincent Moore, aka ‚ÄúChinee‚ÄĚ shot dead by police in early morning shootout
Vincent Moore was killed by police after he allegedly fired on them. Police Commissioner Gary Griffith has revealed that a Read more.
Opposition Leader Kamla Persad-Bissessar once again says the Health Ministry is not being truthful
The Opposition Leader Kamla Persad-Bissessar is once again accusing the Ministry of Health of not being up front with the Read more.
Eighteen more cases of COVID-19 confirmed in Jamaica bringing their total to 125
Jamaica’s Ministry of Health and Wellness has confirmed that 20 more persons have tested positive for the COVID-19 virus bringing Read more.
One more person has been discharged after recovering from COVID-19
Another person has been discharged after recovering from the COVID-19 virus bringing the total of persons who have recovered to Read more.
Two stolen vehicles recovered by the TTPS
On the left Eric Wilson and on the right is Sameer Ali both charged in relation to a stolen car. Read more.
Speeding @152km/h Now That The Roads Are Clear
In spite of the lockdown, the Trinidad and Tobago Police Service (TTPS) issued 117 fixed penalty notices for traffic violations, Read more.
New Zealand PM takes a salary cut
New Zealand Prime Minister  Jacinda Ardern will take a 20 percent pay cut, along with the rest of her cabinet, Read more.
Revised Inter-Island Ferry Schedule
The Galleon’s Passage will sail once per week, on¬† Wednesdays, as the Jean De La Vallette will sail on the Read more.
Stranded in Utah :”Taking It Day By Day” Until TT Reopens Borders
A Trinidadian family is stuck in Utah in the United States where they had gone to get access to physical Read more.
CMO Requests a Report On Ian Alleyne’s Mix Up, AG notes Alleyne Is An Active UNC Politician.
How could a patient awaiting a second negative test be given discharge papers? That was the question posed to the Read more.
T&T COVID-19 Cases Reach 114.
Until the government gets the extraction kits to complement the 4000 test kits that were donated by China, mobile testing, Read more.
Sexual Assault of a Minor During a COVID-19 Party in Tobago
A 12-year-old girl, who went to a  COVID-19 house party in Tobago on Sunday was subsequently assaulted after she was Read more.
COVID-19: How A T&T Doctor Contracted The Virus In The UK
Dr. Alyce Wolffe When medical doctor Alyce Wolffe chose a career in medicine, roughly a decade ago, her motivation was Read more.
Ian Alleyne Takes Legal Action To Get Out Of Quarantine
LEFT: Attorney-at-Law Gerald Ramdeen. RIGHT: Talk Show Host, Ian Alleyne. Attorney Gerald Ramdeen has sought an emergency court hearing after Read more.
COVID-19 Update: No New Cases Reported, Additional Samples Sent to CARPHA
The Ministry of Health has reported no new cases of COVID-19 in its most recent update, with the total number Read more.
COVID-19: Jamaica’s PM Imposes Lockdown After 32 New Cases Reported In One Parish
Prime Minister of Jamaica, Andrew Holness Jamaican Prime Minister Andrew Holness has imposed a lockdown in St. Catherine, after 32 Read more.
COVID-19: Arts Practitioners Call For Easier Access To Relief Grants
With the creative industry severely impacted by COVID-19, the Collective Arts Associations is calling on the State to modify the Read more.
PAHO Director urges caution when lifting measures implemented to tackle COVID-19
The Director of the Pan American Health Organization (PAHO), Carissa F. Etienne, has warned that any attempt to transition to Read more.
Trini Film Maker chosen for screening committee for the Diversity in Cannes Short Film Showcase Festival
Another Trini is flying the nation’s flag high. Taromi Lourdes, award winning actress and TTFF filmmaker, has been chosen to Read more.
No new cases of COVID-19 reported so far today (April 14th)
There have been no new confirmed cases of the COVID-19 virus. The total of persons infected remains at 113. As Read more.
Education Under Lockdown, Without Wifi or Devices
The new academic year will begin in January, according to Education Minister Anthony Garcia who told a news conference this Read more.
‘Risking Their Lives To Be First In The Line.”
Once again, top Cop Gary Griffith is threatening to close down businesses that do not adhere to “guidelines relating to Read more.
Jamaica Must Accept Deportees from the US Or Face Visa Restrictions.
The US Government will send dozens of deportees to Jamaica within the next two weeks.  And Jamaica has no choice Read more.
More Questions Than Answers on COVID-19 Testing In T&T.
What is the true state of the Ministry of Health’s testing capacity of Covid-19 cases? That’s the question  from Opposition Read more.
Trinidadian Elevated To The Washington State Supreme Court
Trinidadian born Judge  Helen Whitener has been appointed to the Washington State Supreme Court.  Supreme Court Justices are elected by Read more.
Carifta Games Cancelled
The 2020 Carifta Games have been cancelled. The North and Central American and Caribbean (NACAC)  Track and Field Association has Read more.
COVID-19 UPDATE
No new cases were reported again on Tuesday morning when the Ministry of Health provided the latest statistics for COVID Read more.
Four more recover from the COVID-19 virus
Four more persons have been discharged having recovered from the COVID-19 virus bringing the total of recovered to 16. The Read more.
Seven men and a woman held for cockfighting in Gasparillo
Seven men and one woman have been arrested for taking part in cock fighting in the Gasparillo area. The TTPS Read more.
Two held for AR 15 rifle and ammunition
Two men were arrested and one AR 15 assault rifle fitted with a magazine and five rounds of ammunition seized, Read more.
Three men and a woman arrested for larceny and receiving stolen items
Police have arrested three men and a woman for larceny and receiving stolen items. The TTPS received a report on Read more.
Opposition Leader extends Easter greetings to the nation
Opposition Leader Kamla Persad-Bissessar has extended greetings to the nation on the occasion of Easter. The following is her address Read more.
PM Dr. Keith Rowley’s address to the nation on Easter Sunday
Prime Minister Dr. Keith Rowley has extended his greetings to the nation on the occasion of Easter Sunday. The following Read more.
British PM discharged from hospital after spending three nights in ICU
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has been discharged from the London hospital where he was being treated in intensive care Read more.
Two murders in Marabella within the last 24 hours
Yet another murder has occurred in the Marabella area. A man was found shot to death in his car late Read more.
Police make gruesome discovery in Sangre Grande
Police yesterday made a gruesome discovery when they found the body of a male one-year-old child in the Sangre Grande Read more.
One more person tests positive for the COVID-19 virus bringing the total to 113
One more person has tested positive for the COVID-19 virus bringing the total of infected to 113. Twelve persons were Read more.
Three more test positive for COVID-19 and 12 persons have been discharged
Three more persons have tested positive for the COVID-19 virus bringing the total of infected to 112. Twelve persons were Read more.
Two bodies found in Trincity
Police are investigating the discovery of two bodies in the Trincity area. The bodies were found in a vehicle and Read more.
Ministry of Health explains the demographic affected by COVID-19
The Ministry of Health has provided a breakdown of the demographics of the population which has been affected by the Read more.
Three held for animal cruelty after social media video shows dog being hanged
Three persons aged 20, 24, and 32, have been detained by police for questioning, after a video went viral showing Read more.
Police Commissioner warns that police have the power to stop private events
Police Commissioner Gary Griffith has warned that the TTPS has the legal right to stop activities on private property that Read more.
PM Dr. Keith Rowley visits COVID-19 facilities
The Prime Minister Dr. Rowley and Health Minister Terrence Deyalsingh visited the soon to be opened Arima General Hospital to Read more.
Shooting in Marabella
There are reports of a shooting at Silk Cotton Road in Marabella. The victim has been identified as Desmond Edwards. Read more.
Police need help to find missing 12-year-old girl and 13-year-old boy
The TTPS is asking for the public’s urgent assistance to find two young missing children. In the first missing case, Read more.
The US records over 2000 deaths from the COVID-19 virus in the last 24 hours
The US continues to battle with the COVID-19 virus. The nation has become the first country in the world to Read more.
Three arrested for marijuana and gun possession in Sangre Grande
Police arrested three persons and seized a firearm and quantities of ammunition and marijuana during an anti-crime exercise conducted in Read more.
No new cases of the COVID-19 virus as of this morning (April 11), three discharged
There have been no new positive COVID-19 cases as of today, April 11th. In total 1090 samples have been submitted Read more.
Covid 19 update (April 9th): Forty one more samples tested, all negative
Forty one more samples were sent to the Caribbean Public Health Agency (CARPHA) for testing today and all were found Read more.
UK PM Boris Johnson moved out of ICU
UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson has been moved out of intensive care but is still warded at hospital. He has Read more.
Four shot in Laventille
There are reports that there was a shooting on Pashley Road in Laventille. Initial reports indicate that four persons were Read more.
Drivers Given Grace Period For Expired Permits
Drivers who need to renew their licenses can relax, as the Ministry of Works and Transport has announced a five-month Read more.
Tobago Records Fifth COVID-19 Case
Tobago has recorded its fifth case of COVID-19. This was confirmed via a release from the Division of Health, Wellness Read more.
COVID-19 Update: 1004 Samples Tested, Cases Remain At 109
To date, the Caribbean Public Health Agency has tested 1004 samples for COVID-19 in Trinidad and Tobago. The number of Read more.
Gov’t Needs Help, Bring A COVID-19 Task Force
“Each day a disjointed approach is being offered to the public which seems to be created on the hoof. Media Read more.
Calypso Monarch Terri Lyons Receives TT$800,000
Calypso Monarch Terri Lyons received her prize of TT$800,000 on Wednesday. Lyon Lyons won the title with her selections ¬†“Obeah” Read more.
Cops Recover Stolen Items And Seize A BulletProof Vest, As Well
  Cops recovered a flat screen television and a laptop that was stolen from a woman in Pinto, Arima two Read more.
Toronto’s Carnival Cancelled
Toronto‚Äôs annual carnival, usually held in July-August has been cancelled because of the COVID-19 Pandemic “The Board of Directors of Read more.
T&T UPDATE: 109 Tested Positive For COVID-19
The number of persons tested positive with COVID 19 in Trinidad has increased to 109 with one additional case reported Read more.
Covid-19 update: 35 more samples tested, no new confirmed cases
Thirty five more samples were sent to the Caribbean Public Health Agency (CARPHA) for testing today and all were found Read more.
Double murder reported in the Maraval area
There are unconfirmed reports that two people have been shot dead in the Maraval area. Shots were fired at a Read more.
Traffic changes on the Churchill Roosevelt Highway tomorrow (April 9th)
The Ministry of Works and Transport is advising Motorists, residents and pedestrians that effective tomorrow Thursday 9th April, 2020 at Read more.
Jamaica extends curfew hours for the Easter Weekend
Jamaica’s Prime Minister Prime Minister Andrew Holness has extended the curfew hours for the Easter holiday. He made the disclosure Read more.
WHO calls on world leaders not to politicize the COVID-19 virus
As the world continues to fight the COVID-19 virus, the head of the World Health Organization has defended the organization’s Read more.
US Senator Bernie Sanders bows out of the Presidential race
Popular US Democratic Senator Bernie Sanders has ended his presidential campaign, essentially clearing the way for former Vice-President Joe Biden Read more.
Kamla: Private Security “Flip Flop” Exposes Need For Greater Transparency
‚ÄúIssues of national security should never be so ad hoc that you could rescind a decision overnight.‚Ä̬†This is the view Read more.
Trio Arrested For Robbing 73 Year Old Doctor
Two men and a woman have been arrested for allegedly beating a 73 year old doctor and stealing his Mercedes Read more.
COVID-19 Update: 20 New Samples Tested, No Additional Cases
The number of COVID-19 cases in Trinidad and Tobago remains at 107. The Ministry of Health’s latest update shows that Read more.
What The TTDF Is Doing And Why Private Security Firms Were Needed
The residential patrol system, announced by the Ministry of National Security (MONS) has been cancelled, after public outrage that was Read more.
COVID-19 UPDATE : No New Cases.
Noting that the vast majority of people are anxious, worried and despondent, Director of Mental Health, Dr Hazel Othello( in Read more.
Two men escape police involved shooting in Princes Town
One man was arrested, but two others managed to escape following a police-involved shooting incident at Mandingo Road in Princes Read more.
The number of COVID-19 patients remains at 107, no new deaths reported
Thirty two more samples were sent to the Caribbean Public Health Agency (CARPHA) for testing today and all were found Read more.
Coastguard officer killed, circumstances unknown
Investigations have been launched into how a Coast Guard officer, identified as Ordinary Seaman (OS) Gyasi Richardson died earlier today. Read more.
PAHO warns the fight against COVID-19 is not over and there may be a long road ahead
The Pan American Health Organisation (PAHO) is warning governments in the Region of the Americas not to get complacent in Read more.
WASA Warns Of Supply Disruption From Curepe To Tunapuna
Customers from Curepe to Tunapuna who are serviced by the Valsayn High Lift Station are advised that Tuesday’s disruption in Read more.
Gary Griffith: There Was No ‘Doubles’ Standard
Police Commissioner Gary Griffith is denying allegations that the Trinidad and Tobago Police Service (TTPS) acted with discrimination when they Read more.
COVID-19 Community Patrols: Gov’t Partners With Private Security Firms
The Ministry of National Security has partnered with four private security terms, to support law enforcement by providing 24-hour mobile Read more.
BARBADOS: Supermarkets Get ‘Green Light’ To Begin Delivery Services
After consultation with the private sector and business chambers in the country, the Barbados government has agreed to allow supermarkets Read more.
COVID-19 Update- T&T Records 107th Case
The Ministry of Health has recorded another case of COVID-19, taking the country’s total number of confirmed cases to 107. Read more.
Trinidad Loses A Pioneering Medic, Dr Waveney Charles.
 Trinidad and Tobago has lost an icon in the medical field Dr. Waveney Patricia Charles, who passed quietly at the Read more.
Two Earthquakes In Twelve Hours.
A second earthquake, in the space of twelve hours was felt in Trinidad and Tobago at 10 54 Am on Read more.
NY Records 731 Deaths In One Day
New York recorded its highest single-day increase in virus deaths on Tuesday. The 731 deaths reported brought the total to Read more.
Quarantine Ends for 35 Trinis Stranded in Barbados. What’s Next?
Now that the mandatory quarantine period is over for the 35 Trinidad and Tobago Nationals stranded in Barbados, a diplomatic Read more.
COVID-19 UPDATE : Government Appeals To Private Labs
Left with incomplete testing kits the Ministry of Health is now appealing to private labs to get certified by the Read more.
COVID-19 UPATE: Many Waiting To Be Discharged
One of the four more persons tested for the COVID 19 turned out to be positive as the statistics presented Read more.
Twenty three more samples tested for COVID-19 all were negative
Twenty three more samples were sent to the Caribbean Public Health Agency (CARPHA) for samples today and all were found Read more.
Two men charged for having several illegal exotic animals
Two men were arrested and charged by police after they were held with 65 parrots, four otters and two monkeys. Read more.
Police ask for help to find missing Morvant man
The TTPS is asking for the public’s urgent assistance to locate 28-year-old STEPHON JOSEPH. Joseph, was last seen at his Read more.
WHO Chastizes French Doctors For Wanting To Use Africa As Testing Ground
The Director of the World Health Organization (WHO) has strongly condemned remarks made by two French doctors, who expressed a Read more.
COVID-19: Caribbean Countries To Benefit From ‚ā¨8 Million European Union Grant
The European Union has pledged¬† ‚ā¨8 million to help the Caribbean in its war against COVID-19. The funds will be Read more.
COVID-19: 10 New Samples Tested By CARPHA, All Negative
The number of COVID-19 cases in Trinidad and Tobago remains at 105. See the Ministry of Health’s latest update below: Read more.
British PM Boris Johnson In ICU with Coronavirus
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson, who tested positive for Coronavirus ten days ago, has been moved to intensive care  in Read more.
Salary Relief Grant Application Forms Will Be Available Online From Wednesday
The registration forms for persons to apply for the Salary  Relief  Grant will be available online from Wednesday and in Read more.
Police Called To Deal With a Crowd Seeking Food Cards in Tabaquite
Police were called in to calm the angry people who gathered outside the office of the MP for Tabaquite Suruj Read more.
Caught Stealing Liquor From a Bar
Two men  who used a hammer to break a glass window so they could steal a quantity of liquor from Read more.
Arrested For Stealing A Bag of Groceries, Among Other Things
After they stole a bag of groceries, a cell phone and  a wallet  from a man who thought he was Read more.
Restaurants Will Be Shut Down; New Operating Hours for All Essential Businesses
With effect from tomorrow, Tuesday, April 6th, all restaurants will be closed until April 30th, according to Prime Minister Dr. Read more.
TT COVID-19 Death Toll Rises to Eight
Another death , as a result of the Coronavirus, has been reported.  The Ministry of Health says it is an Read more.
COVID-19: One New Case Recorded, 105 In Total
One additional case of COVID-19 was recorded in the last six hours, bringing the country’s total number of confirmed cases Read more.
COVID-19 And The Impact On Food Security
Photo Credit: Green Market, Santa Cruz If the current pandemic has exposed nothing else, it has made more glaring, the Read more.
821 Samples Tested By CARPHA, Cases Stand at 104
As the Centres for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has recently recommended the wearing of “cloth face coverings in public Read more.
Third Bar Owner Held For Breaching Public Health Ordinance
  Bar owner Tamashraj Ramkissoon was arrested on Saturday, after police found him operating his bar along Arena Road in Read more.
Six Arrested In Two Separate Drugs And Firearm Finds
Three men, ages 18 to 25, were arrested in St. James on Saturday, in connection to a drugs and ammunition Read more.
Barbados Records First COVID-19 Death, Six Other Patients Released
An 81 year old man who recently travelled to the UK, is Barbados’ first COVID-19 death. His wife, age 83, Read more.
COVID-19 Patient Dies In Tobago
An elderly man in Tobago has lost his battle with COVID-19. His passing takes the country’s death toll to seven. Read more.
Opposition MP: Make Access To Grants Easier
Pointe a Pierre MP, David Lee Understanding the need for ‚Äúproper safeguards and transparency‚ÄĚ, Pointe-a-Pierre Member of Parliament, Dr. David Read more.
COVID-19: 43 New Samples Tested, All Negative
The number of cases of COVID-19 in T&T remains at 103, after 43 new samples tested by the Caribbean Public Read more.
CoP Investigates As Residents Protest COVID-19 Care Facility In Sangre Grande
Fifteen residents of Brooklyn Settlement, Sangre Grande, who participated in a protest on Friday night over the setting up of Read more.
COVID-19: Two New Cases Recorded, Total Stands At 103
Two close contacts of persons who already tested positve for COVID-19, have now been confirmed as having contracted the virus. Read more.
Four Suspects Arrested Following Gun Attack In Tobago
A joint police and army patrol in Mason Hall, Tobago last night, led to four men being arrested in connection Read more.
Cuban Nurses to Arrive In T&T Next Week
The Health Ministry is currently in talks with Caribbean Airlines, to have the group of Cuban nurses who are to Read more.
Health Minister: “No Drug Yet To Treat COVID-19”
Health Minister Terrence Deyalsingh is once more rejecting calls for hydroxychloroquine, or any other drug for that matter, to be Read more.
Geriatric Homes To Ban Visitors
Elderly homes are to suspend their visiting hours, as government tries to protect those most at risk for contracting COVID-19. Read more.
Opposition Leader Supports Extension Of ‘Stay At Home’ Order
Following National Security Minister Stuart Young‚Äôs announcement on Friday that the ‚Äėstay at home‚Äô order will be extended by two Read more.
T&T Reaches 100 Cases Of COVID-19
The country has recorded its 100th case of COVID-19. This was confirmed in the Ministry of Health’s release on Friday Read more.
Barbadians Panic Buy Ahead Of Lockdown, PM Mottley Urges Calm
There were frantic scenes outside supermarkets across Barbados on Friday morning, as citizens rushed to stock up on food supplies Read more.
13 People Complete Quarantine In Tobago, 49 Remain
The Division of Health, Wellness and Family Development in Tobago has confirmed that 13 people who were placed under a Read more.
Clock Ticks For Belizeans Abroad As PM Orders Border Closure
Effective 12:01a.m. on Sunday, April 5th, Belize will close its borders to nationals who are currently abroad. The announcement was Read more.
More than 100 persons have been charged for breaching curfew in Grenada
More than 100 persons have been charged for violating the mandatory 24-hour curfew in Grenada as the country tries to Read more.
Antigua has a spike in cases of Covid-19 as six more cases have been confirmed
Prime Minister Gaston Browne has confirmed that Antigua has six more positive Covid-19 cases. Their total now stands at 15. Browne said Read more.
The Bahamas announces a full shutdown of services
The Prime Minister of the Bahamas Dr. Hubert Minnis has announced that effective from 8pm tonight Friday April 3rd, there Read more.
Vybz Kartel will remain behind bars after his appeal was denied
Dancehall artiste Vybz Kartel will remain behind bars. He was made aware that his appeal was denied by the Jamaican Read more.
Missing teen found
DESTINI LEWIS, 17, of River Daly Gardens, Harmony Hall, Gasparillo, who was reported missing on Thursday 2nd April,2020, has been Read more.
One more confirmed case of Covid-19 takes the total to 98
The amount of confirmed Covid-19 virus patients has increased to 98, according to the Ministry of Health’s update as of Read more.
Magistrate Grants Bail Via Video Conference for Child Cruelty and Grievous Sexual Assault
Charged with two counts of cruelty of a child, a 42 year old man of San Francique , was granted Read more.
Crime Update : Nine Arrested For Arms and Ammunition
Five Venezuelan nationals and one Trinidad and Tobago national were arrested for possession of a firearm and ammunition in the Read more.
Kamla Calls For Medical Public/Private Partnership To Ensure Widespread COVID-19 Testing
Saying there is an “urgent need for the Ministry of Health to significantly increase its testing capacity of suspected Covid-19 Read more.
NCRHA Is Not Yet Ready to Ramp Up Testing
Amidst calls to speed up testing for Coronavirus in Trinidad and Tobago, Heath Minister Terrence Deyalsingh said government is awaiting Read more.
Testing Kits Will Be Sent to Barbados For the 35 Stranded T&T Nationals
COVID-19 testing kits have been sent to Barbados for the 35 Trinidad and Tobago nationals who have been quarantined there Read more.
Regulations Amended: Bars Will Be Closed Until April 30
The Public Health Regulations  have been amended to extend the closure of bars and dine-in restaurants until April 30th. Drivers Read more.
Carnival Is Ruled Out As A Source Of COVID-19 Spread, Patients to be moved from Couva
Chief Medical Officer, Dr. Roshan Parasram has all but ruled out transmission of COVID-19 during Carnival 2020, saying that if Read more.
Sixth death and three new confirmed cases of Covid-19 bring the total to 97 infected
Another death has been recorded due to the Covid-19 virus. There have also been three more confirmed cases bringing the Read more.
Barbados will become the latest Caribbean country to implement a 24-hour curfew
Barbados’ government will institute a 24-hour curfew from tomorrow they continue to fight against the spread of the COVID-19 virus. Read more.
Police need help to find missing Gasparillo teen
The Gasparillo Police is asking for the public’s help to find 17-year-old, DESTINI LEWIS of River Daly Gardens, Harmony Hall, Read more.
Vybz Kartel to know his fate tomorrow morning
  Dancehall artiste, Vybz Kartel, whose real name is Adidja Palmer is expected to know if he will continue to Read more.
Covid-19 infections cross one million globally
  There have now been more than a million cases of coronavirus registered globally, according to the latest figures from Read more.
Government denies Watson Duke’s claim that workers have been sent home
No government worker has been sent home despite what PSA President Watson Duke has claimed. The denial was made by Read more.
Police need help to find missing farmer
The Couva Police is asking the public’s assistance to find BRUCE TASPER of No. 90 Balmain Road, Couva. He is Read more.
Four more cases of Covid-19 confirmed, bringing the total to 94
Ninety four people have been confirmed as having the Covid-19 virus, according to the Ministry of Health’s update as this Read more.
Two shot and firearm recovered by police in Petit Valley
Two men were arrested by police a firearm along with ammunition seized after they were fired upon during an anti- Read more.
Republic Bank Contributes US$2 Million to Fight COVID-19 In The Caribbean
Republic Financial Holdings Limited will contribute  US$2 million, for the fight against COVID-19 throughout the Caribbean. Of this total, an Read more.
Jamaican Student’s Invention Helps Fight COVID-19 .
A  final year student of the  Jamaica’s University of Technology  (UTECH) has created a tool which can be used as Read more.
Police Kill One and Capture Two In A Drug and Gun Raid in Arima
One man was killed and nine others- including four illegal Venezuelan immigrants- arrested as police seized two assault rifles, 166 Read more.
Bounty Hunt for Maduro, US$15 Milion Reward
This is the official poster published by the US Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA) which has placed a US$15million bounty for Read more.
The First Real Look At COVID-19 Spread Across T&T
“The Geographic Information System (GIS) is being used to provide an evidence based platform for decision making.  We are looking Read more.
The number of confirmed Covid-19 patients remains at 90 as of tonight (April 1st)
The number of confirmed Covid-19 virus patients remains at 90, according to the Ministry of Health’s update as of tonight, Read more.
Government issues warning about trying to defraud Covid-19 Social support measures
The Government has issued a warning to persons who try to defraud the measures being implemented by the Ministry of Read more.
FDA pulls Zantac products from the market with immediate effect
The US Food and Drug Administration have requested that manufacturers pull all prescription and over-the-counter ranitidine drugs, known by the Read more.
Angostura donates 42 cases of hand sanitizers to the TTPS
The TTPS has received 42 cases of hand sanitizers from Angostura Holdings Limited to protect police officers while on duty Read more.
One more person diagnosed with Covid-19 bringing the total to 90
Another case of the Covid-19 virus has been confirmed bringing the total to 90. According to the Ministry of Health’s Read more.
Commissioner Griffith Explains Why He Would Shut Down a Bank
“It is within the authority of the Commissioner of Police to shut down a bank or a supermarket. It will Read more.
TTPS: How To Prevent Home Invasions
Just one week after noting a shift in crime to home invasions, the Trinidad and Tobago Police Service is warning Read more.
Some Remand Yard Prisoners Will Be Sent Home
Efforts are underway to determine which prisoners will be sent home from Remand Yard, to ease the overcrowding in the Read more.
PM Admits, Top Cop and National Security Minister “Are Not Synchronised”.
Banks are not to be closed by the Commissioner of Police, Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley warned on Wednesday morning Read more.
COVID-19 Death Count Climbs to Five
Another death, simply identified as an ‚Äúelderly male‚ÄĚ, brought the Trinidad and Tobago COVID-19 death count to five on Wednesday Read more.
Top Cop Threatens Banks and Supermarkets
Another warning from top cop Gary Griffith as people who gather outside of banks, especially, and supermarkets in some cases, Read more.
Another death has been recorded due to the Covid-19 virus, 89 persons now infected
Another person has died due to the Covid-19 virus and two new cases have been confirmed bringing the total to Read more.
St. Lucia records their first local case of the Covid-19 virus
Reports coming out of St. Lucia indicate that the country has recorded their first local case of the Covid-19 virus. Read more.
US Covid-19 cases pass 160 000 with over 3700 deaths
The COVID-19 virus continues to wreak havoc in the United States as the number of deaths has passed 3,700 as Read more.
Antigua’s Prime Minister to implement 24 hour curfew
Antigua & Barbuda will soon be on a 24 hour curfew. Prime Minister Gaston Browne said the measure had become Read more.
Two more Covid-19 cases have been confirmed bringing the total to 87
Two more cases of the Covid-19 virus have been confirmed bringing the total to 87. According to the Ministry of Read more.
CNN’s anchor Chris Cuomo diagnosed with the Covid-19 virus
CNN’s anchor Chris Cuomo has been diagnosed with Covid-19. He made the announcement earlier today via Twitter. He is the Read more.
Prison Visits Suspended , Skype Is An Alternative
Visits to the prisons have been suspended with immediate effect, until further notice. But prisoners will have the options of Read more.
Venezuela’s VP Left Immediately after Her Meeting Last Friday
When Venezuelan Vice President Mrs. Delcy Rodrigez came to Trinidad and Tobago on March 27th it was for a very Read more.
Demerits Points System Delayed Again.
The introduction of the Demerits Points system, the new Traffic Ticketing System and Red Light Camera Enforcement System has been Read more.
In T&T: Only Persons With a Travel History And Their Primary Contacts Are Being Tested.
Persons with a travel history and their primary contacts will be given priority for getting tested for COVID-19. Indeed the Read more.
Central Bar Owner Arrested And Charged For Breaching Regulations
A bar owner, who was warned by the police on Sunday that he was in breach of the Public Health Read more.
Public Gatherings Now Limited To Five
With 85 cases of Coronavirus and three deaths, the government has decided to amend the Public Health Ordinance to make Read more.
Some port charges to be waived
The Ministry of Works and Transport along Port Authority of Trinidad and Tobago (PATT) and Point Lisas Port Development Corporation Read more.
The Indian Premiere League may be cancelled this year
  The 13th edition of the Indian Premier League looks set to be cancelled due to the outbreak of coronavirus Read more.
A 102-year-old Italian woman has recovered from the Covid-19 virus
A 102-year-old woman in Italy has recovered from COVID-19 after spending 20 days in the hospital. Italica Grondona’s doctors have Read more.
One more person has tested positive for the Covid-19 virus
Three more persona have tested positive for the COVID-19 virus. According to the Ministry of Health, as of the night Read more.
Arouca Police Station reopened after Covid-19 scare
The Arouca Police Station, has been reopened following its closure last Thursday after one of its officers suffered from flu-like Read more.
Ministry of National Security and the PCA condemn video footage of cops
An investigation has been launched into video footage that has been circulating on social media, which show the police allegedly Read more.
Four more cases of the Covid-19 virus confirmed in T&T
Four more cases of the Covid-19 virus have been confirmed in Trinidad and Tobago. The Ministry of Health in their Read more.
Tokyo Olympics will begin on July 23rd, 2021
The dates for the Tokyo Olympics have been confirmed. The Tokyo Olympic Games will start on July 23, 2021 and Read more.
Social distancing measures extended until the end of April in the US
The deadline for social distancing in the United States has been extended to April 30th by US President Donald Trump. Read more.
Double murder in Cunupia
A Double murder has been reported in Cunupia. According to reports the victims have been identified as Stanton Gialdo and Read more.
Two more cases of the Covid-19 virus have been confirmed (March 29th)
As of this afternoon Sunday, 29th March, 2020 the Ministry of Health has reported that there are two more confirmed Read more.
Arima market closed for sanitisation
The Arima market has been closed for sanitisation after a vendor displayed flu like symptoms. Arima mayor Lisa Morris-Julian issued Read more.
Barbados Covid-19 cases increase to 33
Dr Anton Best, the Acting Chief Medical officer of Barbados, has announced that there are 33 cases of the COVID-19 Read more.
TTPS need help finding 59-year-old man
The Chaguanas Police is asking for the public’s help to find 59-year-old MICHAEL FRANCIS, of John Peter Road, East Charlieville. Read more.
Covid-19 positive cases remain at 76 after 513 samples tested
Of the 513 samples tested for Covid-19 at the Caribbean Public Health Agency (CARPHA) for testing 76 were found to Read more.
Barbados will be under curfew from today (March 28th)
Prime Minister Mia Mottley has announced that from today March 28 to Tuesday, April 14, 2020 a curfew will be Read more.
Covid-19 global deaths pass 30 000 and over 600 000 people infected
As the world continues to fight the Covid-19 virus, global deaths have surpassed 30,000, with more than 10,000 of those Read more.
Stay at Home measures means no exercising in public spaces
Stay at Home measures also means not exercising in public spaces according to the Minister of National Security, Stuart Young. Read more.
MOH warns that criminals are trying to profit from the Covid-19 virus
The Ministry of Health has revealed that there reports that criminals are trying to profit from the Covid-19 pandemic. They’ve Read more.
US Embassy preparing a chartered flight for Americans wishing to leave Trinidad
The US Embassy will be organising a special flight out of Trinidad for Americans who live in this country and Read more.
Two more cases of Covid-19 recorded bringing the total to 76
According to the Ministry of Health 76 persons have now been infected with the Covid-19 virus. In a statement they Read more.
Opposition Leader extends condolences to the Prime Minister on the loss of his brother
Opposition Leader Kamla Persad-Bissessar has extended her condolonces Prime Minister Dr. Keith Rowley and Public Utilities Ministern Robert Le Hunte Read more.
The Health Ordinance has been updated
The Public Health Regulations has been updated . The Public Health Regulations No. 5 dated 28 March 2020 will repeal and Read more.
Bar owner arrested and charged for breaching health ordinance
A 29-year-old Bar Owner has been arrested and charged after he was caught operating his business at Southern Main Road, Read more.
Grenade found in Sangre Grande
A hand-held Grenade was found by officers of the Eastern Division Special Operations Unit today, Saturday 28th March 2020. During Read more.
Three held for larceny in Sangre Grande and gun found in Carli Bay
Three men from Sangre Grande have been arrested for shop-breaking and larceny. The incident happened yesterday Friday 27th March, 2020. Read more.
The United Kingdom records 260 deaths in 24 hours from Covid-19
The UK has recorded 1,019 deaths since the coronavirus outbreak began. At least 260 of the deaths from coronavirus in Read more.
Seventy four cases of Covid-19 confirmed
As of the morning of Saturday, 28th March, 2020 the Ministry of Health has reported the following: Number of samples Read more.
UNC asks National Security Minister for clarification on joint police/army patrols
The United National Congress has said that they have taken note of the Government’s approach for getting the public to Read more.
The new stay at home measures have been made law through Public Health Ordinance Ch. 12 No. 4
The measures which were announced by the Ministry of Health earlier today (March 27th) have been made law through the Read more.
Changes to ferry sailings
There have been some changes to sailing of the inter island ferries. The changes have been listed above. Read more.
Positive cases of Covid-19 remain at 66 as of this afternoon (March 27th)
There has been no increase in the number of positive Covid-19 cases in the country, at this time. The number Read more.
Caught Tampering With ATM At First Citizen Bank Branches
Five men who were seen tampering with an Automated Teller Machine (ATM) at First Citizen Bank (FCB) on Independence Square, Read more.
Police Crackdown on Sharing Unauthorised Information
A list of persons who returned to Trinidad and Tobago in the midst of the COVID-19 Pandemic and which is Read more.
Essential and Non Essential Services Explained Ahead of Sunday’s Enforcement
A comprehensive list of what defines ‚Äúessential and non- essential workers‚ÄĚ was revealed by Minister of National Security, Stuart Young Read more.
Healthcare Worker is Tobago’s Second COVID-19 Case
A healthcare worker at the Scarborough General Hospital, is the second case of coroniavirus on the sister isle, Tobago.  The Read more.
National Security Moves up to Orange Alert, One Notch Away From The Highest.
  T&T‚Äôs National Security has lifted the Alert State from Yellow ¬†to Orange, with immediate effect, to deal with the Read more.
T&T Records Second Coronavirus Death
A second national of Trinidad and Tobago who tested positive for COVID-19 has died. This was an elderly gentleman with Read more.
US surpasses China with over 82 000 cases of the Covid-19 virus
The US now has more confirmed cases of coronavirus than any other country with at least 82,404 positive tests. The Read more.
CXC makes changes to the exam format
The Caribbean Examinations Coumcil has made some changes in light of the ongoing Covid-19 crisis. The Council has proposed a Read more.
Opposition Leader Kamla Persad-Bissessar issues a statement on the Prime Minister’s decision
Opposition Leader Kamla Persad-Bissessar has issued a statement on the PM Dr. Keith Rowley’s decision to enforce stricter measures to Read more.
TTPS upgrades T&T’s Alert Status from yellow to orange
The TTPS has moved the country’s Alert State from Yellow to Orange with immediate effect In response to the directives Read more.
Ministry of Health update: Four more test positive for Covid-19 virus
As of today Thursday March 26th, the Ministry of Health has confirmed 65 cases of the Covid-19 virus. Four hundred Read more.
T&T Pumps $157 Million More into Health Care
An additional TT$157 million will be allocated to the Ministry of Health to build further capacity. The money will be Read more.
Lock Down Will Take Effect from Midnight on Sunday.
With effect from midnight on Sunday all non-essential activities will be forbidden as Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley announced that Read more.
Vending banned at Cross Crossing, San Fernando
Vendors  will be banned from at Cross Crossing , San Fernando, with effect from  midnight on Thursday, until further notice.  Read more.
Vending on Charlotte Street Will Be Suspended From Saturday
The Port of Spain City Corporation, which met on Wednesday, has taken a decision to suspend all vending on Charlotte Read more.
Jamaicans Stranded And Homeless In Barbados
Two Jamaican men are sleeping on the floor at the Grantley Adams International Airport in Barbados since Monday night. And Read more.
Maduro Indicted For Narco Terrorism: US Offers $15M Reward
The US Department of Justice (DOJ) has indicted Venezuela’s President Nicholas Maduro and four of his key aides on charges Read more.
Arouca Police Station Shutdown In COVID-19 Scare
Commissioner of Police, Gary Griffith, has ordered the closure of the Arouca Police Station after a police officer, with a Read more.
T&T’s First COVID- 19 Death: Meet Hansel Leon
Hansel “Hanny” Leon, the first casualty of the COVID-19 in Trinidad, was well known in the steelband fraternity as an Read more.
T&T COVID-19 Count Climbs To 61 Positive
As of¬†the morning of¬†Thursday, 26th¬†March, 2020¬†the Ministry reports the following:   Number of samples submitted to the¬†Caribbean Public Health Agency Read more.
The Ministry of Health confirms the first Covid-19 death in Trinidad
The Ministry of Health has confirmed the first death from the COvid-19 virus. The following is the statement which was Read more.
Opposition Leader Kamla Persad-Bissessar calls for a nationwide shutdown to combat coronavirus spread
Opposition Leader Kamla Persad-Bissessar, has called on the Government to implement measures for a nationwide shutdown of all non-essential services Read more.
Ian Alleyne has confirmed that he has contracted the Covid-19 virus
Ian Alleyne has confirmed that he has tested positive for the Covid-19 virus. He posted the following message on Facebook: Read more.
Grenada announces Limited State of Emergency
Grenada has declared a Limited State of Emergency (SOE) as they try to stop any spread of the Covid-19 virus. Read more.
St. Kitts and Nevis have confirmed their first two cases of Covid-19
St Kitts-Nevis announced their first two cases of the Covid-19 virus, earlier today. The two patients recently travelled to the Read more.
Thirty-eight-year-old man appears in court on 32 charges, including shooting with intent
A 38-year-old Glencoe man, ANTHONY RYAN, also known as ¬†‚ÄėFrame‚Äô who was charged with 32 offences appeared in the Port Read more.
Ministry update: Covid-19 confirmed cases remain at 60
The amount of confirmed cases of Covid-19 virus cases remains at 60 in Trinidad and Tobago. The Ministry of Health Read more.
TT Police Officer Tests Positive While On Vacation
  A police officer, with a travel history, has tested positive for the COVID-19 virus and is now being treated Read more.
What About Food Security In Pandemic Economic Package?
How much money is in the Heritage and Stabilization Fund (HSF)? “We need to know, if we are to be Read more.
Pandemic Leave Is Still An Idea
  Pandemic leave, as suggested by the Minister of Labour, Jennifer Baptiste- Primus- at a news conference last week, is Read more.
Trinidadians Stranded in Barbados Could Infect The Rest of T&T
Government will not take lightly any court action from, or on behalf of,  the 35 elderly Trinidad and Tobago nationals Read more.
New York City Records 3,000 Coronavirus Cases in 24 Hours
The number of people hospitalized with COVID-19 in New York has climbed to 3,800, with close to 900 in intensive Read more.
COVID-19 Cases Climb to 60
As of the morning of Wednesday, 25th March, 2020 the Ministry reports the following: ‚ÄĘ Number of samples submitted to Read more.
New Social Assistance Is Only For Those Made Jobless By COVID-19
It will take at least seven days for the guidelines to be published for the government’s pandemic economic package to Read more.
How Ian Alleyne Woke Up the Quarantine Act
The Quarantine Act came into focus at Wednesday’s news briefing when National Security Minister Stuart Young noted that “we have Read more.
Barbados Pride have been declared the winners of the Regional Four Day Championship
Cricket West Indies (CWI) has confirmed that the Barbados Pride have been declared winners of the 2020 West Indies Championship Read more.
Coronavirus has infected over 400 000 people worldwide and killed about 17 000 so far
Nearly 400,000 people have tested positive for the novel coronavirus worldwide, and around 17,000 have died. In India their Prime Read more.
Police Involved Killing In Arouca
Pychius Regis had a bulletproof vest when the police entered his home at Windy Hill Arouca, but it served no Read more.
Four more test positive for the Covid-19 virus in T&T bringing the total to 57
As of this afternoon, 353 samples have been submitted to the Caribbean Public Health Agency (CARPHA) for testing for the Read more.
Soul Makossa Gone To Rest : Manu Dibango dies of COVID-19
Manu Dibango, the African saxophone legend who is  best known for his 1972 song Soul Makossa, has died in Paris Read more.
TT$15,000 Fine for 17 Marijuana Seedlings
A man who was found with seventeen marijuana seedlings in his possession was slapped with a fine of TT$15,000 with Read more.
Executed In Bed
Kevon Bernard (in photo) was executed  by a single gunshot in the head while in bed  at his home in Read more.
UPDATE : Majority of TT COVID-19 Patients Doing Well
The Trinidad and Tobago national who was quarantined in Tobago upon arrival on a British Airways Flight and who was Read more.
All Police Recruits Remain At The Academy
All of the 199 police recruits remained at the Police Academy in St James and none have expressed a desire Read more.
Top CoP Expects a Shift In Crime Towards Home Invasions
A special Operations Command Centre (OCC) to deal specifically with the Covid-19 crisis has been established by the Trinidad and Read more.
COVID-19 Backlash : Local Businesses Seek Tax Deferrals
Additional measures are needed to keep small and medium businesses afloat and the T&T Chamber of Commerce is seeking, on Read more.
T&T COVID-19 Update: 51 Tested Positive
As of¬†the morning of¬†Tuesday, 24th¬†March, 2020the Ministry reports the following:   ¬∑¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†Number of samples submitted to the¬†Caribbean Public Health Agency Read more.
Tobago records their first case of the Covid-19 virus
Tobago has confirmed their first case of the Covi-19 virus. The following is a statement from Councillor, Tracy Davidson-Celestine, Secretary of Read more.
None of the police recruits have left training
Commissioner of Police, Gary Griffith, has disclosed that all 199 police recruits were present at assembly today at the Police Read more.
Elephant man to face court in Jamaica after alleged false declaration to Immigration authorities
There are reports out of Jamaica that Dancehall artiste Elephant Man, whose real name is Oneil Bryan, has been charged Read more.
St. Lucia declares a State-of-Emergency and closes borders after three Covid-19 cases confirmed
St. Lucia has declared a State-of-Emergency as they record three cases of the coronavirus. According to reports the declaration was Read more.
Republic bank announces several changes to their banking operations
Republic Bank Trinidad and Tobago has announced several changes to their banking opertions. The following is a statement from the Read more.
Several north coast beaches to be officially closed
The Ministry of Tourism has announced the immediate temporary closure to the public of the following Beach Facilities under its Read more.
Olympics 2020 looks set to be postponed because of coronavirus outbreak
The Olympic Games carded for June 24th in Tokyo, Japan this year will most likely be postponed. According to the Read more.
Three hundred and seventeen tested for Covid-19, positive samples remain at 51
To date, according to the Ministry of Health, as of the afternoon of Monday 23rd March 2020, the number of Read more.
Food cards to be distributed to parents of children currently in the school feeding programme
Minister of Social Development and Family services Camille Robinson-Regis has announced that all MP’s have been notified that they are Read more.
Food Cards And Rental Assistance
More social assistance will be given in the form of :  Members of Parliament will receive the 50 Temporary food Read more.
COVID-19 :T&T’s Amended Immigration Rules
With the borders closed, until further notice, the Ministry of National Security has taken measures to  assure foreign nationals, students Read more.
T&T Government’s Pandemic Relief Package
Unemployed persons will get relief in the sum of TT$1,500 monthly for the next three months, according to Finance Minister Read more.
Army Called To Discipline Quarantined 40; Testing Capacity Will Be Expanded
The Trinidad and Tobago Regiment was called in to bring order among the 40 cruise ship passengers who were at Read more.
Two Of The 62 Arrivals Quarantined in Tobago Have Been Tested
Two of the 62 persons quarantined in Tobago, after arrival on international flights, were treated at the Scarborough General Hospital Read more.
Preparing For The Worst, Food Security First.
Warning of illegal food shortages, created by international providers,David Abdullah  is suggesting a buy local campaign to save foreign exchange Read more.
“New York Will Get Worse”
The coronavirus outbreak in New York- which is now the epicenter of the US- will get worse with shortages of Read more.
T&T Update : 51 Tested Positive
The number of COVID-19 cases in Trinidad has climbed to 51, according to the latest update from the Ministry of  Read more.
Local Banks Will Enforce Social Distancing
The Bankers Association of Trinidad & Tobago (BATT) gave the heads up in a news release on Monday morning saying Read more.
Dominica Records its First Covid-19 Case
A 54-year-old citizen who recently returned to the island from the United Kingdom is the first Covid-19 case reported in Read more.
Police Recruits Are Free to Leave, But Not Return.
  Recruits at the Police Academy in St James have been told they are ‚Äúfree to leave whenever they like‚ÄĚ. Read more.
Three hundred and six tested, positive Covid-19 cases remain at 50
According to the Ministry of Health, as of the afternoon of Sunday, 22nd March 2020 the number of samples submitted Read more.
The Health Ordinance has been revised
The Health Ordinance to deal with Covid-19 has revised. Any person who breaches the law can now face a $50 Read more.
German Chancellor, Angela Merkel has been placed in quarantine
German Chancellor Angela Merkel has gone into quarantine after being informed that a doctor who administered a vaccine to her Read more.
Grenada confirms its first case of Covid-19
Grenada has confirmed its first case of the novel coronavirus disease (COVID-19). The island was among a few Caribbean countries that Read more.
WASA to implement schedules and other measures to ensure citizens have access to water
The Water and Sewerage Authority (WASA) has acknowledged the need for water for personal hygienic purposes. WASA has decided to Read more.
Man held for DUI found hanging
Deron Augustine, a 24-year-old Palo Seco man was found hanging in a holding cell at the San Juan Police Station Read more.
There are now over 300, 000 cases of the Covid-19 virus around the world
The amount of novel corona virus cases has passed 300,000 with more than 13,000 deaths around the world and 93,000 Read more.
Ministry of Health update on Covid-19 virus in T&T: 298 tested, 50 positive, all cases still imported
The Ministry of Health has announced that as of the morning of Sunday, 22nd March 2020, 298 samples have been Read more.
Barbados records eight new cases of Covid-19 on the island
Barbados has entered Stage 2 of the National COVID-19 Preparedness Plan of their fight against the Covid-19 virus after the Read more.
Positive tests for Covid-19 remain at 49 in T&T
The Ministry of Health has advised that as of this afternoon278 samples have been tested by the Caribbean Public Health Read more.
Forty of the quarantined 68 who returned from cruise ship have tested positive for the Covid-19 virus
The Ministry of Health has confirmed that 40 of the 68 T&T nationals, who returned from a cruise ship, where Read more.
Tobago restricts access to a number of beaches
Tobago’s Division of Tourism, Culture and transportation has announced the closure of several beaches on the island. The move has Read more.
Angostura to distribute 250 000 bottles of sanitizer to Health care workers
Angostura will produce 25,000, 250ml bottles, of sanitizer that can be used for cleaning counter tops, hard surfaces and hands. Read more.
Ministry of Health to hold a press conference at 11am to update COVID-19 status in T&T
No new update has been given on the amount of positive cases of the Covid-19 virus in T&T. The Ministry Read more.
Barbados records two more cases of the Covid-19 virus
Barbados has recorded two more cases of the Covid-19 virus. The island now has six confirmed cases. The two confirmed Read more.
Spain and Italy face record spikes of the coronavirus as infections cross quarter of a million worldwide
Italy and Spain have recorded their biggest single-day death tolls from the coronavirus. This as the pandemic has infected more Read more.
New changes to ferry sailings between Trinidad and Tobago
There will be some changes to the Inter-Island Ferry Service. The amended business hours are: POS 5.00 am – 11.00 Read more.
Jamaica confirms three more Covid-19 virus cases
Three more cases of the Covid-19 virus have been confirmed in Jamaica. The announcement was made by Prime Minister Andrew Read more.
Opposition Leader Kamla Persad-Bissessar proposes several recommendations to Government to help fight Covid-19
Opposition Leader Kamla Persad-Bissessar has called on the Prime Minister, Dr. Keith Rowley to drop the price on certain grocery Read more.
Government implements more measures to combat Covid-19 fallout
There is nothing more that the government can do for T&T nationals who are stranded abroad in countries that have Read more.
Governor Andrew Cuomo orders full lock down of New York city as virus cases rise
  Gov. Andrew Cuomo has ordered a state-wide lockdown amid the worsening coronavirus pandemic. He will shut down most of Read more.
The Ministry of Works and Transport is working on extending the validity of some licenses
The Ministry of Works and Transport has announced that due to the COVID-19 global pandemic, it is currently collaborating with Read more.
Bars, pubs and restaurants will be closed in the UK from this evening (Friday March 20th)
The United Kingdom’s Prime Minister Boris Johnson has announced that all bars, pubs, restaurants will close from this evening (Friday Read more.
Two hundred and fifty eight tested for Covid-19, positive results remain at nine in T&T
As today, Friday, 20th March, 2020 the Ministry of Health reports that 258 people have been tested for the Covid-19 Read more.
Trini Woman Escapes Cocaine Setup in St Maarten
A Trinidadian woman, 38 year old Tanisha Sonelle Chan, and a St Lucian were both sentenced to  short prison terms Read more.
A child Shoots Himself
  A child was shot and wounded at Building Five Maloney on Friday morning while he was playing with a Read more.
250 Samples Submitted to Carpha for Testing
As of the morning of Friday, 20th March, 2020 the Ministry of Health reports the following:   *Number of samples Read more.
Cop Who Killed Himself Was a Model Officer
Police Constable Ryan Ameer Ramsaran, who shot himself in the head while on duty at Laventille yesterday was described as Read more.
Four men in India have been hanged for gang rape and murder in 2012
Four Indian men who were convicted of the gang rape and murder of a student in Delhi in 2012 have Read more.
Tru Valu to introduce What’s App shopping to help customers
Tru Valu has introduced a WhatsApp service in the hope that it will limit the time customers spend in stores. Read more.
Both the House of Representatives and the Senate will have sittings tomorrow
The House of Representatives and the Senate will meet for Extraordinary Sittings on Friday 20th March, 2020 to debate the Read more.
Change in sailing times tomorrow (Friday March 20th, 2020)
The 6.30am sailing from POS on Friday 20th March will depart at 12.00noon. The return sailing from Scarborough will depart Read more.
T&TEC will defer disconnections for some customers
T&TEC will defer payments for some customers who are due for disconnection as they try to help alleviate the social Read more.
Eight-month-old baby tests positive for COVID-19 virus in the US
An infant has tested positive for COVID-19, in Kentucky according to Gov. Andy Beshear. He said the 8-month-old baby is Read more.
Post prison riot clean up yields weapons and prohibited items
Following a prison riot earlier this week, the Trinidad and Tobago Prison Service conducted a clean-up/search exercise at the Remand Read more.
Health Ordinance banning bars from operating and dining in at restaurants passed (updated)
The restrictions on bars and dining in at restaurants have become law. The following is the declaration which was signed Read more.
Barbados PM Mia Mottley announces measures to contain Covid-19 virus
Barbados’ Prime Minister Mia Mottley has announced a number of new measures to help the island combat the COVID-19 virus. Read more.
The Cabo Star will resume duty from 5pm
The Management of the Trinidad and Tobago Inter-island Transportation Company Limited has provided an update about an incident which occurred Read more.
One hundred and fifty people have been tested, Covid-19 positive remain at nine
According to the Ministry of Health as of the this afternoon Thursday, 19th March, 2020 the Ministry reports the following: Read more.
The US now has over 10 000 cases of Covid-19 while Italy records more deaths than China
Italy has just surpassed China for the most number of deaths related to coronavirus, making it the world’s deadliest center Read more.
Police Seize Guns, Cocaine and Marijuana
Two high powered rifles along with ammunition, cocaine and marijuana were seized during a police raid in Maraval on Wednesday. Read more.
COVID-19 Backlash: Beaches Closed
The Chaguaramas Development Authority (CDA) has closed off public access to beaches and will collaborate with the Carenage Police and Read more.
Republic Bank’s Relief Measures
A six-month moratorium on loans including mortgages and a waiver on late fees for credit card customers are among the Read more.
Cabo Star Quarantined, For a Few Hours
The Cabo Star, the lone cargo boat which services the inter-island Seabridge was temporarily quarantined on Thursday morning at the Read more.
Laws Coming To Enforce COVID-19 Bans
The government will take ‚Äúvery limited‚ÄĚ legislation to the Parliament tomorrow, to enforce the various bans announced in response to Read more.
Mental Health Tips for Self Isolation
We are being exposed to information that we have never had to receive and we have to ensure that we Read more.
Caura River is now a No-Go Zone
Barriers have been placed at the entrance of Caura Recreation Park to prevent citizens from gathering at the popular site. Read more.
PM Rowley Agrees to Meet Opposition Leader.
Three days after she made a request for a meeting with  Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley the Opposition Leader is Read more.
TT Bankers’ Response to Covid-19
“As we support our business clients they can, in turn, provide the support to their employees and together we will Read more.
Two more test positive for Covid-19 in T&T
Two more cases of the Covid-19 virus have been confirmed by the Ministry of Health. One patient is a male Read more.
Murder reported at Cunupia grocery
There are reports of a murder at a grocery on Cunupia following a robbery. The victim has been is said Read more.
RBC announces a financial relief plan for Caribbean clients
RBC Royal Bank has announced a plan to help their Caribbean clients during the anticipated slowdown of the economy because Read more.
Athletes around the world question the IOC’s decision to continue with July 24 Olympic Games
As athletes continue to question the International Olympic Committee decision to continue with the Olympics as planned, the IOC says Read more.
Italy records 475 deaths from Covid-19 in one day
Italy has reported an additional 475 deaths from the Covid-19 virus today (Wednesday 18th March). France which is also battling Read more.
Jamaica records first Covid-19 death
The first death from the Covid-19 has been recorded in Jamaica. The island’s Ministry of Health made the announcement this Read more.
Commissioner Griffith warns loitering laws will be enforced to discourage gatherings
Commissioner of Police, Gary Griffith has warned that the law of loitering will be ramped up by the TTPS over Read more.
SEA and CAPE may be delayed
Both the Secondary Entrance Assessment and the Caribbean Advanced Proficiency Exams (CAPE) may be delayed until May. Prime Minister Dr. Read more.
Lights at Recreation Grounds across the country will not be switched on after dusk
From tomorrow, March 19, the lights installed on recreation grounds across Trinidad will not come on at dusk as normal. Read more.
China Will Provide Test Kits and Medical Experts
China, which has brought the Coronavirus under control after the outbreak in Wuhan, has agreed to help Trinidad and Tobago Read more.
Judiciary Shuts Down Courts
The Judiciary has advised persons not to attend court unless they have been contacted.  There are a few exceptions, as Read more.
TT’s Economic Plan for COVID-19
The government has outlined an economic plan to help us through the economic ravages of the coronavirus. It was revealed Read more.
PM Threatens Bar Owners: Close Up, or Else
Bars that have not complied with a government request to close will risk having their licenses revoked. ‚ÄėWe have heavy Read more.
UPDATE: Video Footage of TT Quarantine Convoy
A convoy carrying the 68  nationals who returned to Trinidad on Wednesday morning was seen heading to the East Coast. Read more.
How Jamaica will handle COVID-19
In the largest fiscal stimulus package in Jamaica’s history‚ÄĚ the government has outlined a J$25-billion fiscal stimulus package to cushion Read more.
Sixty-eight T&T Nationals Quarantined at a Remote Location
Sixty-eight nationals who were stranded a duties ship have returned to Trinidad and were immediately quarantined. The Ministry of Health Read more.
TT Link In Bahamas COVID-19 Cases
Two of the three COVID-19 cases reported in the Bahamas have been linked to Trinidad. Prime Minister Dr Hubert Minnis Read more.
Two more confirmed cases of Covid-19 in T&T
Two more Covid-19 cases have been confirmed in T&T.  The Ministry of Health has released the following statement: The Ministry Read more.
NCRHA releases photos of Covid-19 facility at Caura Hospital
The North Central Regional Health Authority (NCRHA) has released photos of the Covid-19 facility at Caura Hospital. The NCRHA relased Read more.
NBA star Kevin Durant and four other players from the Brooklyn Nets test positive for Covid-19
Kevin Durant is among the four members of the Brooklyn Nets who have been confirmed positive with the coronavirus. Only Read more.
Jamaica confirms another case of Covid-19
The Minister of Health and Wellness in Jamaica, Dr. Christopher Tufton has confirmed one more case of the novel coronaviruson Read more.
Police help to quell riot at Golden Grove Prison
The TTPS helped to quell a riot at Golden Grove Prison earlier today. The following is a statement from the Read more.
Covid-19 Backlash: Prisoner unrest at Golden Grove update
Two senior prison officers have been injured during a prison riot at the Golden Grove Prison in Arouca that happened Read more.
Catholic Church announces shortened weddings and funerals
The Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Port of Spain has announced that effective immediately, all weddings, funerals and wakes should be Read more.
Ministry of National Security preparing for the return of seventy nationals aboard a cruise ship in Guadeloupe
The Ministry of National Security is preparing for the return of 70 nationals who have been trapped aboard the cruise Read more.
Bankers Association issues new guidelines for the public to follow while conducting transactions
The Bankers Association of Trinidad & Tobago (BATT) has issued some guidelines for the public to follow when conducting transactions Read more.
Breaking News: FIFA Takes Control of TTFA
FIFA announced on Tuesday that it will appoint ‚Äúa normalization Committee‚ÄĚ to run the affairs of the Trinidad and Tobago Read more.
How Technology Can Be Used To Detect Covid-19
The technology is already implemented in 20 hospitals in China. A full statement from the Chinese  technology giant explains the Read more.
COVID-19 Backlash: Less Passengers Allowed on Inter-Island Ferry
The number of passengers allowed on the inter-island ferry for sailing has-been reduced by 50% in keeping with the need Read more.
COVID-19 Backlash: Prisoner Unrest At Golden Grove
Unrest was reported at the Remand Section of the Golden Grove Prison on Tuesday morning as prisoners even streamed some Read more.
T&T COVID-19 Update : 96 Tested, Five Positive
Trinidad and Tobago COVID-19 (Novel Coronavirus) Update # 29 As of the morning of Tuesday, 17th March, 2020 the Ministry reports the following:   Read more.
President Weekes: “It Will Get Worse Before It Gets Better.”
‚ÄúIt is likely to get worse before it gets better,‚ÄĚ President Paula-Mae Weekes said on Tuesday morning statement issued by Read more.
Barbados Confirms Two COVID-19 Cases Imported From The US.
Barbados has confirmed two cases of Covid-19, with of which are imported from the United States. A 39-year-old Barbadian woman Read more.
T&T records another case of the Covid-19 virus bringing the total to five
The Ministry of Health, Trinidad and Tobago, has confirmed another imported case of the Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19). The patient is a Read more.
T&T Business Chamber supports Dr. Rowley’s decisions to protect against Covid-19
The T&T Chamber of Industry and Commerce has given their support to PM Dr. Keith Rowley’s decision to shut down Read more.
San Francisco will soon enter three week lock down to fight Covid-19
San Francisco has announced that they will implement strict new measures to curtail the spread of the novel coronavirus. The Read more.
Idris Elba tests positive for Covid-19
Actor Idris Elba has sent a positive message since testing positive for COVID-19. Following the confirmation that he had the Read more.
Eighty four tested for Covid 19, positive number remains at four
As of the today, 16th March, 2020 the Ministry of Health has reported that 84 samples have been sent to Read more.
Police shoot and kill YTC Escapee
Police have shot and killed an escaped prisoner, who has been identified as BRIAN SEEPERSAD. The shooting occurred during an Read more.
Jamaica Confirms TT link in new Corona case
Jamaica has confirmed two new cases of coronavirus one of who had a travel history to Trinidad and Tobago. This Read more.
First Test for Experimental Corona Vaccine
US researchers gave the first shot to the first person in a test of an experimental coronavirus vaccine on Monday, Read more.
Canada Closes Borders
Canada’s Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has closed Canada’s borders to international travellers and will be limiting incoming flights. But flights Read more.
Online Help for Stranded SEA Students
The Ministry of Education has created platforms for the SEA, CSEC and CAPE content in light of the announcement that Read more.
T&T Schools Closed Until April 20, Banks will be asked to adjust to the changing economy.
All schools and learning institutions will remain closed until April 20th.  An Education Committee will meet and give a decision Read more.
Covid-19 Backlash: No Foreigners allowed in TT for 14 days
Only nationals of Trinidad and Tobago will be allowed into the country for the next 14 days. All Bars will Read more.
Kamla Calls for Bi Partisan Talks on Covid-19
An urgent meeting between Government and Opposition members to discuss “the ongoing severe negative and destabilizing economic, social and medical Read more.
COVID-19 Backlash: Small Businesses Need Help.
The Joint Chambers- which represents the Chambers of Commerce throughout the country –¬†is calling on the government to¬† put ‚Äúurgent Read more.
A “Police Involved” Shooting in Morvant.
One man was killed following a police-involved shooting incident in the Morvant district this morning. Officers of the Special Operations Read more.
How POS General Hospital Will Adjust to Covid-19
In light of the current COVID-19 pandemic, there will be temporary changes in the services offered at the Port of Read more.
Two more cases of Covid-19 confirmed in T&T
The Ministry of Health has confirmed that there are two more cases of the Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19 in Trinidad Read more.
Jamaica confirms two new cases of Covid-19, including a patient who travelled to T&T
Jamaica’s Ministry of Health and Wellness has confirmed that there are two more cases of COVID-19 on the island. In Read more.
US Embassy cancels all routine in person immigrant and non-immigrant visas
The US Embassy has cancelled all routine in person immigrant and nonimmigrant visa appointments. The Embassy issued the following statement: Read more.
Seventy seven people tested for Covid-19, two positive
The Ministry of health has tested 77 people so far for the Covi-19 virus and the positive results remain at Read more.
16-year-old teen goes missing
Sixteen-year-old NAARAYAH WEITHERS has gone missing and the TTPS is asking for the public’s help to find her. Weithers, of Read more.
Ministry of Labour advises parents to stay home with their children if they can’t find alternative arrangements
The minister of Labour Jennifer Baptiste-Primus has advised that parents who are unable to make arrangements for someone to look Read more.
St. Lucia reports its second Covid-19 case
The second case of the Covid-19 virus has been reported in St. Lucia. According to reports the case was discovered Read more.
19-year-old arrested with Beretta pistol
A 19-year-old man has been arrested after he fired at police. After a search of the suspect police discovered one Read more.
Over $500 000 worth of marijuana seized in Couva
Two men have been arrested and 50 packages containing 53.40 kilogrammes of marijuana seized by officers of the Northern Division Read more.
Zoo closed from today for a week
The Zoological Society of Trinidad and Tobago (ZSTT) has announced the closure of the Emperor Valley Zoo for one week Read more.
Government gives an update on Coronavirus approach
National Security Minister Stuart Young has asked all returning nationals to self-quarantine when they arrive. Young was speaking at a Read more.
Caricom head, Mia Mottley announces a deal has been reached between Granger and Jagdeo
Chairman of the Caricom, Mia Mottley has announced that President David Granger and Opposition Leader Bharrat Jagdeo have agreed to Read more.
Catholic Masses have been suspended from today
All Catholic Masses have been suspended in light of the Covid-19 virus. In a statement the Archbishop, CHARLES JASON GORDON, Read more.
Sixty three tested for Covid-19 so far, two positive
Sixty three people have been tested for Covid-19 in T&T and two samples were found positive. The Ministry of Health Read more.
LIAT sends crew into self quarantine after passenger tests positive for Covid-19
LIAT has revealed that a passenger who travelled on one of its services has later tested positive for COVID-19. The Read more.
Ministry of Health once again warns about spreading fake updates
The Ministry of Health (MOH) is once again warning the public to be wary of fake information that ha been Read more.
Jamaica declared a disaster area as they try to contain the Covid-19 virus
Jamaican Prime Minister Andrew Holness has declared the island a disaster area. A move which he said: “means we can Read more.
APNU+ANC coalition declared winners of Region Four in Guyana
Region Four has been declared to the incumbent APNU+AFC coalition by the Returning Officer (RO) for Region Four Clairmont Mingo. Read more.
Second coronavirus case in T&T confirmed
The Ministry of Healthhas advised that the country has a second confirmed case of Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19). According to Read more.
The Ministry of Health warns about fake news
The Ministry of Health is warning the public about spreading and believing fake reports. This picture which has been circulated Read more.
St. Lucia confirms first case of Covid-19 virus
St. Lucia has announced its first case of the Covid-19 virus. According to the country’s Ministry of Health and Wellness Read more.
Guyana has been warned that they could face isolation if Region Four isn’t declared the right way
The Organisation of American States (OAS) election observer mission in Guyana has announced that it will be withdrawing from the Read more.
US President has declared a National Emergency
US President Donald Trump has declared a national emergency in response to the novel coronavirus pandemic. The move is expected Read more.
PTSC Introduces COVID-19 Measures
Members of the travelling public who display flu-like symptoms will be discouraged from using public transportation, according to Minister of Read more.
All Schools in Trinidad and Tobago Closed for One Week.
All schools and universities in Trinidad and Tobago will be closed for one week, according to Prime Minister Dr Keith Read more.
Point Fortin Borough Day Officially Postponed.
Point Fortin Borough celebrations have been postponed just like the annual East Goat and Crab Race Festival in Tobago. This Read more.
COVID 19 Backlash: Judiciary Responds
The Judiciary has extended all existing licenses for 66 days this after it took the decision to adjourn all regular Read more.
Primary School Games’ Organisers defy COVID-19 Scare
Training for all  Trinidad and Tobago national football teams have been suspended with immediate effect, for a minimum of 14 Read more.
Jamaica Carnival Postponed
Carnival in Jamaica has been postponed to October. The decision revealed on Friday morning follows news that the island has Read more.
Unicomer Shutdown Because Employee was on Flight BW 521
Unicomer (Trinidad) Ltd shut down its  Head  Office and  Distribution Centre on Friday because one of it’s staff members was Read more.
Cops Accused of Robbing Venezuelan Nationals
Two police officers, who are alleged to have robbed three Venezuelan nationals, have been charged with misbehaviour in public office Read more.
Wife of Canadian PM Justin Trudeau, Sophie Grégoire Trudeau, tests positive for coronavirus
Sophie Grégoire Trudeau, wife of Canadian PM Justin Trudeau, has tested positive for coronavirus. There are now 103 confirmed cases Read more.
Jamaica confirms six more people have contracted Covid 19
Jamaica has confirmed six new cases of the Covid-19 virus. Two of the patients are said to have travelled through Read more.
Cayman Islands records their first coronavirus case
The first case of the coronavirus has been confirmed in the Cayman Islands. Their Premier Alden McLaughlin said the patient Read more.
No closure of schools or Government Offices
Both the Ministry of Education and the Ministry of Communication are denying that there will be closures tomorrow due to Read more.
Arsenal’s Head Coach Mikel Arteta tests positive for Covid-19
Premier League team Arsenal‚Äôs head coach Mikel Arteta has tested positive for coronavirus. According to a statement from Arsenal: “Our Read more.
Tobago Jazz 2020 cancelled
The Tobago Jazz festival for 2020 has been cancelled. The cancellation was confirmed by Tobago Chief Secretary Kelvin Charles, earlier Read more.
Disney temporarily closes its doors in California
Disney will close its California theme park temporarily from March 14 through the end of the month due to the Read more.
New York declares another State of Emergency
Another State of Emergency has been declared in New York. Mayor Bill de Blasio made the declaration in New York Read more.
All major sport stopped in the US due to Covid-19 virus
All major sport in the United States has been suspended amid the coronavirus outbreak. Following the NBA’s announcement that all Read more.
First T&T case of Covid-19 virus confirmed
T&T has its first confirmed case of the Covid-19 virus. The patient is a 52-year-old male who flew in to Read more.
Caribbean Airlines Quarantines 13 Crew Members
Thirteen crew members of Caribbean Airlines have been placed in quarantine after a¬† passenger who travelled from New York’s JFK Read more.
TT COVID-19 Update : 50 Tested
  As of the afternoon of Thursday, 12th March, 2020 the Ministry reports the following:   ·         Number of samples submitted to the Caribbean Public Health Read more.
TT COVID 19 UPDATE : Passengers from USA, Canada and UK to be monitored
Cabinet has agreed to suspend cruise ship visits to Trinidad and Tobago for the rest of the season which ends Read more.
Police Raid on Express Newspaper “an act of intimidation”
Commissioner of Police, Mr Gary Griffith,  who is currently on vacation leave and is out of Trinidad and Tobago is Read more.
Vote Counting Resumes in Guyana…with hiccups
Counting of votes in Region Four resumed this morning on orders of the Chief Justice of Guyana  Roxane George- Wiltshire Read more.
Panic Buying at PriceSmart
Amidst a wave of what is clearly panic buying in Trinidad, as there have been reports of the novel coronavirus Read more.
Shut Down Looming For Schools In Jamaica
Schools in Jamaica have been placed on notice that they could be closed, following the news of a second imported Read more.
Tobago Sailing Regatta Cancelled
 The 2020 edition of the ANR Tobago Sailing Regatta has been cancelled as a result of the Coronavirus pandemic as Read more.
TT COVID-19 UPDATE: 49 Tested
Trinidad and Tobago COVID-19 (Novel Coronavirus) Update # 16   As of the Morning of Thursday, 12th March, 2020 the Ministry reports the following: Read more.
NBA suspends season until further notice
The NBA has decided to suspend its season after a player tested positive for coronavirus. The news came after the NBA Read more.
Tom Hanks and his wife Rita have contracted the coronavirus in Australia
Actor Tom Hanks and his wife Rita Wilson have tested positive for the new coronavirus in Australia. In a statement Read more.
US President Donald Trump announces travel restrictions on Europe
US President Donald Trump has announced that all travel from Europe would be suspended for the next 30 days. The Read more.
St. Vincent and the Grenadines has their first case of the Covid-19 virus
St. Vincent and the Grenadines has recorded its first case of the Covid-19 virus. The country’s Minister of Health, Wellness Read more.
National Security Minister says he is not aware of any media house being searched today
National Security Minister Stuart Young says he is not aware of any search at a popular media house which reportedly Read more.
Jamaica implements social distancing as they try to stay ahead of the Coronavirus
Jamaican Prime Minister Andrew Holness has announced that no event permits will be issued in the next 14 days. He Read more.
Guyana records its first case of coronavirus
President David Granger and Public Health Minister Volda Lawrence are expected to make an address to Guyana following confirmation of Read more.
Second coronavirus case confirmed in Jamaica
Jamaica has confirmed its second case of the Covid-19 virus. There are limited details at this time. The infected person Read more.
Police need help to find missing 16-year-old
The TTPS is asking for the public’s help to find 16-year-old SHIVANIE BISSOON. She is a Form 4 pupil of Read more.
Guyana’s court rules that Region Four cannot be declared until the proper procedure is followed
The declaration of Region Four by the Guyana Elections Commission in the recently contested General and Regional Election has been Read more.
Jamaica Carnival in Jeopardy
  Jamaica, which confirmed its first COVID-19 case yesterday, has earmarked J$7 billion in contingency funding to tackle the Corona Read more.
Nine Missing, 37 Found.
Off all the persons reported missing for the year  37 have been found. But nine persons are still missing, according Read more.
Corona Virus Pandemic Declared by WHO
  The Corona Virus, COVID 19, is officially a  Pandemic.    The World Health Organization (WHO) made the declaration on Read more.
Zero Tolerance for Road Offenders
 In the past 78 days, 440 traffic tickets have been issued by the Road Policing and Traffic Unit which became Read more.
Minister’s Fall Will Be Investigated By OSH Authority
The circumstances which led to National Security Minister Stuart Young falling and injuring himself on Tuesday ( see video below) Read more.
TT COVID 19 UPDATE: 40 Tested, All Negative
  There are no COVID 19 cases in Trinidad and  Tobago, according to the latest statistics provided by the Ministry Read more.
PM Rowley joins Caricom Mission to Guyana
 Less than 24 hours after Dr Keith Rowley returned to Trinidad from an official visit to Ghana, he will travel Read more.
Illegal Venezuelans busted in Cedros
 Fourteen children were among 37 Venezuelans who were held in Cedros last night. Officers of the South West Division Task Read more.
Person who returned to Canada from T&T is among 14 confirmed with Covid-19 in Alberta
Alberta Health authorities have confirmed that there are now 14 cases of COVID-19 in the province. According to Dr. Deena Read more.
More countries added to 14 day ban because of Corona virus
More countries have been added to the list of nations on the 14 day travel restriction list because of the Read more.
British Health Minister tests positive for Covid-19
One of Britain’s Health ministers, MP Nadine Dorries has been diagnosed with the coronavirus. She is the first MP to Read more.
Shiva Boys are the new Secondary Schools Cricket Champions
Shiva Boys have claimed this year’s PowerGen Secondary Schools Cricket League (SSCL) premiership division trophy. They beat Hillview College in Read more.
Water service interruption in parts of Central on Thursday
There will be an interruption in the pipe borne water supply in parts of Central tomorrow, Thursday 12th March 2020, Read more.
Forty tested for Covid-19, all samples negative
The Ministry of Health has tested 40 people for the Covid-19 virus and all samples have returned negative results. The Read more.
Murder in Morvant
A man identified as 27-year-old man N‚ÄôYika Keyata, also known as ‚ÄėBlood‚Äô, was reportedly shot and killed at his home Read more.
Harvard University Asks Students to Move out
Harvard University is shutting down for the rest of the Spring Semester and is moving to virtual classes because of Read more.
Stuart Young Injured
National Security Minister Stuart Young is receiving treatment at a hospital after he fell and injured himself this morning. This Read more.
Cops and Soldiers CrackDown at Oropune Gardens
Cops arrested eight persons after an early morning raid in Opopune Gardens uncovered a pistol and a quantity of camouflage Read more.
Government’s Borrowing Pattern Questioned
Even as she expressed grave concern for the increase in government borrowing, Opposition Leader Kamla Persad Bissessar is openly questioning Read more.
Damaged Cables Kayo TSTT Roaming
The international roaming service for TSTT customers has been interrupted  as  “a direct result of damage sustained to cables belonging Read more.
Gun and Ammunition Haul in Woodbrook
Two rifles and just over three thousand rounds of ammunition were found inside a washing machine and dryer which was Read more.
Sad news as 7-year-old boy dies at school
In an extremely unfortunate incident a 7-year-old boy has died after he reportedly choked while eating pholourie. The incident happened Read more.
Sports and Games becomes TTFA’s Exclusive Retail Partner
The Trinidad & Tobago Football Association (TTFA) has announced that Sports & Games will become its Exclusive Retail Partner. The Read more.
Hazardous Seas Alert issued by the TT Met Office
The Trinidad and Tobago Meteorological Service has issued a Hazardous Seas Alert (Yellow Level) for coastal waters. The warning will Read more.
Children’s Authority condemns lawless driver that put child’s life in danger
The Children’s Authority of Trinidad and Tobago has condemned a video circulating on social media in which the action of Read more.
Venezuela’s Voting Machines Destroyed in a Fire
A fire has destroyed a large part of Venezuela’s voting machinery, in an election year.  Nearly 50,000 voting machines and Read more.
Supermarket Bandits Caught Hiding From the Police
Two men who tried to rob a supermarket were caught by cops hiding inside the building. The men from San Read more.
DCP Hackshaw Will Be Investigated
Acting Deputy Commissioner of Police, Mr Irwin Hackshaw, is under investigation by the Police Complaint’s Authority (PCA) for reports of Read more.
SDA Church and Maha Sabha Adjust to COVID 19
The number of persons tested  for the COVID 19 in Trinidad and Tobago has risen by one. The Ministry of Read more.
19 year old killed and policeman beaten in Guyana elections’ protest
A Youth was fatally shot and five police officers were injured during protests. Guyanese newspapers are reporting that 19-year-old Devon Read more.
Oil Prices and Global Stocks Plunge
Oil prices plunged by as much as 30% on  Monday amidst fears of an all-out price war after Saudi Arabia Read more.
Guyana will have no President until their High Court rules on Region Four results
There will be no swearing in of a new President in Guyana until the case presented by the PPP has Read more.
Morvant teen missing
The Morvant Police is asking for the public’s help to find 16-year-old JASON ROOPCHAN, of 6th Avenue, Barataria. He was Read more.
Curepe teen goes missing
The St Joseph Police is seeking the public’s help to find 15-year-old ROMELLA BARTHOL, of Bushe Street, Curepe. Barthol was Read more.
New York declares State of Emergency to deal with Covid-19 Virus
New York has declared a State of Emergency because of the coronavirus. Governor Andrew Cuomo said during a press conference Read more.
Brace for more Saharan Dust
The T&T Met Service has advised that there will be an increase in Saharan dust over the next four days. Read more.
Murder reported in Valencia
A man, who has been identified as Brian Bradley, was shot and killed in the Valencia area last night. Police Read more.
Opposition Leader Kamla Persad-Bissessar extends greetings on International Women’s Day
Opposition Leader, Kamla Persad-Bissessar has expressed her greetings on International Women’s Day. She lamented the fact that so many women Read more.
Water Service Disruption in North East Trinidad
There will be a service disruption in water delivery, according to the Water and Sewerage Authority (WASA). Customers in parts Read more.
Ministry of Health tests 34 for Covid-19, no samples tests positive
The Ministry of Health continues to monitor both islands for the presence of the Covid-19 virus. According to the ministry, Read more.
More unrest in Guyana as 19-year-old is shot dead by police during protests
A 19-year-old man has been shot and killed during protests at Cotton Tree Village in the West Coast of Berbice Read more.
Activist sentenced to seven days jail for cursing MP Fitzgerald Hinds in 2018
The Beetham Gardens community activist, Anderson Wilson, who was accused of cursing Laventille West MP Fitzgerald Hinds in 2018 was Read more.
Five men arrested after high speed chase in the Trincity area
Five men were arrested by police with a firearm and a quantity of ammunition following a high speed pursuit in Read more.
Police need help finding missing Arima woman
Arima Police are asking for the public’s help to find 21-year-old KIANA WILLIAMS, of Thomaline St, Demerara Heights, Arima. She Read more.
Protests in Guyana over general elections results
Photo: Starbroek News Bath Settlement Public Road, West Berbice and Lusignan on the East Coast Demerara have launched protests in Read more.
Missing Tobago Teen found
Missing teen PETAL SHENIA AGARD, 14, of Majuba Trace, Goodwood, Tobago, who was reported missing on Thursday 5th March, 2020, Read more.
WINDIES win T20 series in Sri Lanka with brutal batting display
The WINDIES have won the two match T-20 series in Sri Lanka after beating the hosts 2-0. The West Indies Read more.
Tobago teen missing
The Roxborough Police is actively searching for14-year-old PETAL SHENIA AGARD, of Majuba Trace, Goodwood, Tobago. She was last seen at Read more.
51 Charged for Crimes Against Children in 2020
   A 22-year-old was granted bail when he appeared before a Port of Spain Magistrate charged with sexual penetration of an Read more.
When There is a Rumbling Sound Before an Earthquake..
The 5.1 quake which was felt in most parts of  Trinidad on Thursday night was reported at 10 44 PM Read more.
Trouble in Guyana
A high Court Order for Results to be Verified: The High Court in Guyana has granted an injunction to restrain Read more.
TT COVID-19 UPDATE: 30 Tested, All Negative
As of the morning of Friday, 6th March 2020 the Ministry of Health  reported the following:   ·         Number of samples submitted to Read more.
Dr Rowley Honoured in Ghana
Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley,in the photo above, is a special guest at Ghana’s Independence Celebrations on Friday at the Read more.
Murder in Oropune
 Gunshots shattered the silence at Oropune Gardens on  Friday morning.  In the end, a man identified  Ronald Moses was found Read more.
TSTT advises ongoing issue affecting network
TSTT wishes to advise customers of a network related issue that is currently affecting the following services: – Contact Centre Read more.