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UWI GOT TALENT
UWI GOT TALENT @ UWI
Oct 1 all-day
UWI GOT TALENT @ UWI
🎭 🎶 💃 🎤- performing artists, entertainers, Arts enthusiasts! We invite everyone to join us on our 2022 journey as we discover, celebrate and reward performing talent excellence within our campus’ student population. Stay tuned[…]
VIBES WITH VOICEY THE CONCERT NEW YORK: SOCA AND SHAYO 4:00 pm
VIBES WITH VOICEY THE CONCERT NEW YORK: SOCA AND SHAYO @ Brooklyn Museum
Sep 1 @ 4:00 pm – 11:00 pm
VIBES WITH VOICEY THE CONCERT NEW YORK: SOCA AND SHAYO @ Brooklyn Museum
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SUITS NYC 1:00 pm
SUITS NYC
Sep 2 @ 1:00 pm – 5:00 pm
SUITS NYC
SUITS!!!!! START YOUR LABOUR DAY WEEKEND THE RIGHT WAY SUITS Friday September 2nd 2022 Boarding 1:00 PM Hornblower Infinity Hudson River Park Pier #40 New York, NY 10014 All purchase are final No exchanges /[…]
SUITS NYC 1:00 pm
SUITS NYC @ NYC – Hornblower Infinity
Sep 2 @ 1:00 pm – 5:00 pm
SUITS NYC @ NYC - Hornblower Infinity
SUITS IS NOW _UCK WORK IN SUITS  _UCK WORK IN SUITS!!!!!! IT IS THE SAME BOAT AS SUITS!!  Friday September 2nd 2022 Boarding Starts @ 1:00 PM  Hornblower Infinity  Hudson River Park Pier #40  New York,[…]
PLAN B 4:00 pm
PLAN B @ TBA
Sep 2 @ 4:00 pm
PLAN B @ TBA
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REGGAE AND SOCA TIP 6:30 pm
REGGAE AND SOCA TIP @ Coney Island Amphitheater
Sep 2 @ 6:30 pm
REGGAE AND SOCA TIP @ Coney Island Amphitheater
New York get ready!!! Your summer is about to get even hotter We’re coming for HOT 97 on da Reggae and Soca Tip on September 2nd!Share
AFTER WORK 7:00 pm
AFTER WORK @ Brooklyn
Sep 2 @ 7:00 pm – Sep 3 @ 3:00 am
AFTER WORK @ Brooklyn
AFTER WORK After the cruise is the after party!! All _UCK WORK patrons free before 9pm. LABOR DAY FRIDAY 2ND SEPTEMBER 7pm to 3am Share
THE FIRE OF LOVE 9:00 pm
THE FIRE OF LOVE @ Sound Forge
Sep 2 @ 9:00 pm – Sep 3 @ 2:00 am
THE FIRE OF LOVE @ Sound Forge
One love is the anthem 🎶 The Fire Of Love ❤️‍🔥❤️‍🔥❤️‍🔥 3CANAL x FREETOWN COLLECTIVE ONE NIGHT ONLY This one is a coming together to blaze a musical fire in celebration of our Diamond Jubilee[…]
FETE N ZESS 10:00 pm
FETE N ZESS @ Zest Lounge, NYC
Sep 2 @ 10:00 pm – Sep 3 @ 4:00 am
FETE N ZESS @ Zest Lounge, NYC
Introducing Your DJ’s 🎧 For “Fete 💃🏽 N Zess 🕺🏻” @dj_lovaboi @starboy_snuff @dj.element.nyc @selectah_jojo 🗓 Labor Day Friday 📍 @zestloungeny FREE Admission All Night 10pm – 4am • Free Giveaways • For VIPs Contact 631-647-0221 Or[…]
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ITCHI BABA COOLER 2022 3:00 pm
ITCHI BABA COOLER 2022 @ Corner of Crescent and Cozine
Sep 3 @ 3:00 pm – 9:00 pm
ITCHI BABA COOLER 2022 @ Corner of Crescent and Cozine
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EXALT 7:00 pm
EXALT @ Centre of Excellence, Macoya
Sep 3 @ 7:00 pm
EXALT @ Centre of Excellence, Macoya
Trinidad and Tobago! Prepare for your Breakthrough!! Celian International presents.. EXALT!! The All White Worship Experience featuring the Powerful God-anointed JEKALYN CARR SATURDAY 3rd September, 2022 Time: 7pm Centre of Excellence, Macoya Dress Code: White[…]
HAPPY AUGUST COOLER CRUISE 7:00 pm
HAPPY AUGUST COOLER CRUISE @ Harbour Master
Sep 3 @ 7:00 pm – 11:00 pm
HAPPY AUGUST COOLER CRUISE @ Harbour Master
Happy August Cooler Cruise “The Reunion” Boarding 7PM Sailing 8PM SHARP For more Information Contact : Ashton Samuel: 748-2672Share
I AM SOCA – MIDNIGHT GLOW 8:00 pm
I AM SOCA – MIDNIGHT GLOW @ THE SOCADROME – Brooklyn NY
Sep 3 @ 8:00 pm – Sep 4 @ 3:00 am
I AM SOCA - MIDNIGHT GLOW @ THE SOCADROME - Brooklyn NY
NYC Labor Day Saturday Night Fete…. I AM SOCA “Midnight Glow” @ THE SOCADROME Single & Group Tickets Available Secure Your Tickets NOW! Music By: Back 2 Basics • Riggo • Elegance • Freeze Intl[…]
NIGHT CARNIVAL 9:00 pm
NIGHT CARNIVAL @ Kingston Waterfront
Sep 3 @ 9:00 pm – Sep 4 @ 2:00 pm
NIGHT CARNIVAL @ Kingston Waterfront
MEET US ON DI ROAD! Come take over the street with us at Ocean Boulevard on Sat September 3 at NIGHT CARNIVAL Jamaica! Dresscode: Monday Wear & Carnival Costumes Online and Physical Presolds now available![…]
MIDNIGHT SUMMER 11:00 pm
MIDNIGHT SUMMER @ Harbour Master
Sep 3 @ 11:00 pm – Sep 4 @ 3:00 am
MIDNIGHT SUMMER @ Harbour Master
MIDNIGHT SUMMER  “As of MIDNIGHT Tonight- The End of SUMMER” Saturday 3rd September 2022 Harbour Master- La Soufriere Marina Chaguaramas Boarding- 11PM Sailing- 12AM C O O L E R S  W E L C O M E D! NO Glass[…]
RELEASE ON D WATERS 11:00 pm
RELEASE ON D WATERS @ Island Royalty ( Alcan bay)
Sep 3 @ 11:00 pm – Sep 4 @ 4:00 am
RELEASE ON D WATERS @ Island Royalty ( Alcan bay)
Good Vibes Happen On The Tides🌊 Release On D Waters 🕺🕺💃💃 𝓥𝓲𝓻𝓰𝓸 𝓐𝓯𝓯𝓪𝓲𝓻 🍾🍾 Saturday 3rd September, 2022 🛥Island Royalty🛥 ⏰Boarding Time: 10PM Sailing Time: 11PM Sharp 📍Boarding at Alcan Bay Cooler Event – No[…]
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HAVOC NYC 10:00 am
HAVOC NYC @ Serafina 400 W 42nd St New York, NY 10036 United States
Sep 4 @ 10:00 am – 4:00 pm
HAVOC NYC @ Serafina 400 W 42nd St New York, NY 10036 United States
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RUM AND MUSIC- FOR THE LOVE OF MUSIC 1:00 pm
RUM AND MUSIC- FOR THE LOVE OF MUSIC @ Brooklyn Army Terminal Pier 4
Sep 4 @ 1:00 pm – 9:00 pm
RUM AND MUSIC- FOR THE LOVE OF MUSIC @ Brooklyn Army Terminal Pier 4
RUM AND MUSIC The Ultimate Fete Labor Day Weekend | “For the Love of Carnival” This year, we bringing back the Fete vibes!!! But this time we adding the Love of Carnival!!! When last you[…]
THE GOOD, THE BAD AND THE WOTLESS 2:00 pm
THE GOOD, THE BAD AND THE WOTLESS
Sep 4 @ 2:00 pm – 8:00 pm
THE GOOD, THE BAD AND THE WOTLESS
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AMNESIA 3:00 pm
AMNESIA @ Brooklyn Museum
Sep 4 @ 3:00 pm – 11:00 pm
AMNESIA @ Brooklyn Museum
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STRUT INTO SOL 2022 8:00 am
STRUT INTO SOL 2022 @ Harbor NYC
Sep 5 @ 8:00 am – 2:00 pm
STRUT INTO SOL 2022 @ Harbor NYC
Labor Day Monday morning get ready to STRUT into SOL, NYCs premiere experience alongside Live In Love Events, Shorblu and Sugarcane Restaurant⁣! ⁣Complimentary Buffet Breakfast By Sugarcane⁣ ⁣International & Local DJ’s Incl⁣⁣ LaborDay Monday | 5th[…]
SOCA KINGDOM – 40 YEARS OF MACHEL MONTANO 8:00 pm
SOCA KINGDOM – 40 YEARS OF MACHEL MONTANO @ Barclays Center
Sep 5 @ 8:00 pm
SOCA KINGDOM - 40 YEARS OF MACHEL MONTANO @ Barclays Center
THE KINGDOM GATES ARE OPEN 🗝️🏰 ALL TICKETS AVAILABLE NOW DON’T MISS OUT!!! Ticket Link in Bio ☝🏽 𝗦𝗢𝗖𝗔 𝗞𝗜𝗡𝗚𝗗𝗢𝗠 40 Years of Machel Montano with special guests @BarclaysCenter Labor Day Monday Sept. 5th #SocaKingdomNYC #MM40[…]
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ERROL AND GEORGE OFF THE HOOK BENEFIT CONCERT FOR TOMMY JOSEPH 5:43 pm
ERROL AND GEORGE OFF THE HOOK BENEFIT CONCERT FOR TOMMY JOSEPH @ National Academy Of The Performing Arts, Port Of Spain
Sep 6 @ 5:43 pm – 6:43 pm
ERROL AND GEORGE OFF THE HOOK BENEFIT CONCERT FOR TOMMY JOSEPH @ National Academy Of The Performing Arts, Port Of Spain
SAT 1st OCT Get Ready Trinidad and Tobago For A Most Hilarious Comedic Presentation Like Never Before Seen. Comedy Superstars ERROL FABIEN + GEORGE GONZALEZ Nonstop Laughter, OFF The HOOK CONCERT. It’s Also A Comedy[…]
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SOCA CODE- THE CRUISE 10:00 am
SOCA CODE- THE CRUISE @ Harbour Master
Sep 8 @ 10:00 am – 2:00 pm
SOCA CODE- THE CRUISE @ Harbour Master
SOCA CODE 2022 Calling all Soca Lovers! Join us October 16th, as we start the bachanaal with a Soca Cruise to remember It’s the after party for Miami Carnival, a warm up for the very[…]
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HEATWAVE 3:00 pm
HEATWAVE @ Harbour Master
Sep 10 @ 3:00 pm – 7:00 pm
HEATWAVE @ Harbour Master
Caution: A HEATWAVE is approaching MET Office has reported that September is going to be the hottest month yet, so get your sunscreen, grab your coolers, and brace for the HEATWAVE!⁣ ⁣ No. 1: Summer[…]
NAVIGATING LIFE : EP RECORDING 6:30 pm
NAVIGATING LIFE : EP RECORDING @ Kafe Blue, SWWTU Drive, Wrightson Road, Port of Spain
Sep 10 @ 6:30 pm – 10:00 pm
NAVIGATING LIFE : EP RECORDING @ Kafe Blue, SWWTU Drive, Wrightson Road, Port of Spain
Supported by some of T&T’s top musicians, Derron Ellies prepares for his first ever live recording! Join Derron as he gets ready to do justice to four songs (one with a reprise) which were written[…]
BAGO JAM 8:11 pm
BAGO JAM
Sep 10 @ 8:11 pm – 9:11 pm
BAGO JAM
The OFFICIAL public launch of Tobago Carnival is going down on September 10th, 2022. Some of the biggest acts in soca music will grace our shores, revelry and release will be the order of the[…]
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CROCS AND COOLERS 10:00 am
CROCS AND COOLERS @ Harbour Master
Sep 11 @ 10:00 am – 2:00 pm
CROCS AND COOLERS @ Harbour Master
*ALL ABOARD? SHIP AHOY!* Not Guilty Promotions in collaboration with The SRC HWLS presents: *CROCS & COOLERS* – The Boat Ride: _A Hawaiian Getaway_ 🌺 Come out and meet your fellow colleagues! A major contribution[…]
CARIBRUNCH SUMMER SOIRÉE 12:00 pm
CARIBRUNCH SUMMER SOIRÉE @ TBA
Sep 11 @ 12:00 pm – 6:00 pm
CARIBRUNCH SUMMER SOIRÉE @ TBA
𝐒𝐮𝐧𝐝𝐚𝐲𝐬 𝐚𝐫𝐞 𝐟𝐨𝐫… 𝐒𝐚𝐯𝐞 𝐭𝐡𝐞 𝐝𝐚𝐭𝐞 🗓 𝐂𝐥𝐨𝐬𝐢𝐧𝐠 𝐨𝐟𝐟 𝐭𝐡𝐞 𝐒𝐔𝐌𝐌𝐄𝐑 𝐰𝐢𝐭𝐡 𝐚 𝐁𝐀𝐍𝐆 💥 𝐒𝐮𝐧𝐝𝐚𝐲 𝟏𝟏𝐭𝐡 𝐒𝐞𝐩𝐭𝐞𝐦𝐛𝐞𝐫 𝐂𝐚𝐫𝐢𝐁𝐫𝐮𝐧𝐜𝐡 𝐒𝐮𝐦𝐦𝐞𝐫 𝐒𝐨𝐢𝐫𝐞𝐞 𝐑𝐞𝐭𝐮𝐫𝐧𝐬 𝐋𝐭𝐝. 𝐄𝐚𝐫𝐥𝐲 𝐁𝐢𝐫𝐝 𝐓𝐤𝐭𝐬 𝐚𝐫𝐞 𝐚𝐥𝐬𝐨 𝐧𝐨𝐰 𝐚𝐯𝐚𝐢𝐥𝐚𝐛𝐥𝐞: 𝐰𝐰𝐰.𝐜𝐚𝐫𝐢𝐛𝐫𝐮𝐧𝐜𝐡.𝐞𝐯𝐞𝐧𝐭𝐛𝐫𝐢𝐭𝐞.𝐜𝐨𝐦 𝐖𝐞𝐚𝐫 𝐁𝐫𝐢𝐠𝐡𝐭 𝐂𝐨𝐋𝐨𝐑𝐬 @𝐥𝐲𝐦𝐞𝐫𝐳_𝐢𝐧𝐭𝐥[…]
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ASTOR JOHNSON REPERTORY DANCE THEATRE
ASTOR JOHNSON REPERTORY DANCE THEATRE @ Queens Hall
Sep 17 all-day
ASTOR JOHNSON REPERTORY DANCE THEATRE @ Queens Hall
Celebrating 50 years of dance with the Astor Johnson Repertory Dance Theatre. Join us as we Awake His Legacy at Queen’s Hall from September 16-18, 2022. Astor Johnson’s timeless work will be the key feature,[…]
Dynasty Cooler Cruise 7:00 pm
Dynasty Cooler Cruise @ Harbor Master
Sep 17 @ 7:00 pm – 11:00 pm
Dynasty Cooler Cruise @ Harbor Master
Saturday 17th September 2022 7pm-11pm Harbor Master -Chagaramus Share
THE PARTY STAND 7:00 pm
THE PARTY STAND @ Brian Lara Cricket Academy
Sep 17 @ 7:00 pm
THE PARTY STAND @ Brian Lara Cricket Academy
🏏 𝐓𝐡𝐞 𝐁𝐢𝐠𝐠𝐞𝐬𝐭 𝐏𝐚𝐫𝐭𝐲 𝐢𝐧 𝐒𝐩𝐨𝐫𝐭 𝐈𝐒 𝐁𝐀𝐂𝐊 @cplt20 and so is 𝐓𝐡𝐞 𝐏𝐚𝐫𝐭𝐲 𝐒𝐭𝐚𝐧𝐝!🏏 🎟 𝐓𝐢𝐜𝐤𝐞𝐭𝐬 𝐍𝐎𝐖 𝐀𝐕𝐀𝐈𝐋𝐀𝐁𝐋𝐄 at: •Offside Restuarant & Bar, Southpark •TRIBE Mas Camp, Woodbrook •The Sugar Box Bakery, Grand Bazaar •𝐎𝐫 𝐎𝐍𝐋𝐈𝐍𝐄[…]
SEPTEMBER FEST: GENERATION LIT 9:00 pm
SEPTEMBER FEST: GENERATION LIT @ Kafe Blue
Sep 17 @ 9:00 pm
SEPTEMBER FEST: GENERATION LIT @ Kafe Blue
September Fest Who say the only music in Trinidad is Soca, Chutney and Trinibad? Featuring the Freetown Collective and Annalie Prime as headline acts. September 17th 2022 @ 9 PM @ Kafe Blue Come see[…]
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ASTOR JOHNSON REPERTORY DANCE THEATRE
ASTOR JOHNSON REPERTORY DANCE THEATRE @ Queens Hall
Sep 18 all-day
ASTOR JOHNSON REPERTORY DANCE THEATRE @ Queens Hall
Celebrating 50 years of dance with the Astor Johnson Repertory Dance Theatre. Join us as we Awake His Legacy at Queen’s Hall from September 16-18, 2022. Astor Johnson’s timeless work will be the key feature,[…]
𝐋 𝐈 𝐄 (𝙇𝙄𝙌𝙐𝙊𝙍 𝙄𝙉 𝙀𝙑𝙀𝙍𝙔𝙏𝙃𝙄𝙉𝙂) 9:00 am
𝐋 𝐈 𝐄 (𝙇𝙄𝙌𝙐𝙊𝙍 𝙄𝙉 𝙀𝙑𝙀𝙍𝙔𝙏𝙃𝙄𝙉𝙂)
Sep 18 @ 9:00 am – 2:00 pm
𝐋 𝐈 𝐄 (𝙇𝙄𝙌𝙐𝙊𝙍 𝙄𝙉 𝙀𝙑𝙀𝙍𝙔𝙏𝙃𝙄𝙉𝙂)
…𝐋 𝐈 𝐄 Can Be Defined As: To Make An Untrue Statement With Intent to Deceive. • 𝗕𝗨𝗧 On September 18th We Interpret                          𝐋 𝐈 𝐄      […]
CHEEKS 2:30 pm
CHEEKS @ Harbour Master
Sep 18 @ 2:30 pm – 8:00 pm
CHEEKS @ Harbour Master
Time is running out as Cheeks is getting nearer!⌛ Get your General Tickets quickly! Early Bird Tics are completely Sold Out 🔥🏃🏾‍♀️ *Cheeks*🍑🍑🍑🍑 Sunday 18th September ’22 🛥️Harbour Master 🪝2:30pm ⚓ 3:00pm Next Up….. General[…]
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ASTOR JOHNSON REPERTORY DANCE THEATRE
ASTOR JOHNSON REPERTORY DANCE THEATRE @ Queens Hall
Sep 19 all-day
ASTOR JOHNSON REPERTORY DANCE THEATRE @ Queens Hall
Celebrating 50 years of dance with the Astor Johnson Repertory Dance Theatre. Join us as we Awake His Legacy at Queen’s Hall from September 16-18, 2022. Astor Johnson’s timeless work will be the key feature,[…]
HEAT 3:00 pm
HEAT @ ELITE
Sep 19 @ 3:00 pm – 8:00 pm
HEAT @ ELITE
GuruGang x Tropix Swim HEATWAVE 🌊 The Boat Cruise 🛥: ELITE 📍: Hearts Cut ( next to anchorage) Hope you guys are ready to party with the GANG on a different level of energy!!!! LADIES[…]
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OUT IS OUT 8:00 pm
OUT IS OUT @ Harts Cut
Sep 23 @ 8:00 pm – Sep 24 @ 12:00 am
OUT IS OUT @ Harts Cut
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CONNECT THE EXPERIENCE 9:00 pm
CONNECT THE EXPERIENCE @ Jean Pierre Complex
Sep 23 @ 9:00 pm – Sep 24 @ 4:00 am
CONNECT THE EXPERIENCE @ Jean Pierre Complex
Ladies get ready to party with the new sensation Dexta Daps and the girls dem sugar Beenie Man. Its time to dress up and Connect with the music, Connect with friends, Connect with Dexta Daps[…]
LIFE 9:00 pm
LIFE @ Concert Capital: Queen's Park Savannah
Sep 23 @ 9:00 pm – Sep 24 @ 4:00 am
LIFE @ Concert Capital: Queen's Park Savannah
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STAGES BAR 10:00 pm
STAGES BAR @ Stages On The Avenue
Sep 23 @ 10:00 pm
STAGES BAR @ Stages On The Avenue
Here is an opportunity to build some vibes the day before the Holiday….you can ‘get listed’ for some Kairi People Vibes…. #kairipeoplevibes #getlistedwithkairipeopleShare
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JAZZ & BRUNCH
JAZZ & BRUNCH @ Toco Main Road, Rampanalgus
Sep 24 all-day
JAZZ & BRUNCH @ Toco Main Road, Rampanalgus
Come vibe with us on Republic Day for an amazing event, food and Jazz. Cost: $350 Brunch from 11am – 2pm Main event from 2pm – TIL With entertainment by: Kizzie K Nisa Sherwin Cooper[…]
RIZE REPUBLIC 3:00 am
RIZE REPUBLIC @ Cricket center
Sep 24 @ 3:00 am – 9:00 am
RIZE REPUBLIC @ Cricket center
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JOUDAY 3:00 pm
JOUDAY @ TBA
Sep 24 @ 3:00 pm – 10:00 pm
JOUDAY @ TBA
⚠️ 🚨 𝘛𝘐𝘊𝘒𝘌𝘛 𝘜𝘗𝘋𝘈𝘛𝘌 ⚠️🚨⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣ ⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣ 💥🎨 💦𝐉’𝐨𝐮𝐃𝐚𝐲 🎭💦 ⁣⁣💥⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣ 🇹🇹 𝘙𝘌𝘗𝘜𝘉𝘓𝘐𝘊 𝘋𝘈𝘠 𝘍𝘌𝘚𝘛𝘐𝘝𝘈𝘓 🇹🇹⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣ ⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣ 🎨Paint⁣ • 🪅 Powder⁣ ⁣⁣⁣⁣•💦Water ⁣• 🛁 Foam⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣ FREE FORRES PARK PUNCHEON🥃 ⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣ TIER 1 Physical Tickets Now Available[…]
SPRITZ 3:00 pm
SPRITZ @ Southside
Sep 24 @ 3:00 pm – 10:00 pm
SPRITZ @ Southside
This Republic day get ready to experience the cocktail event of a lifetime in an intimate and luxurious atmosphere. Ladies get those gowns, gloves and fascinators ready! Fellas get those suits ready! Food and Cocktails[…]
GATEWAY 4:00 pm
GATEWAY @ Jenny's Ranch
Sep 24 @ 4:00 pm – Sep 25 @ 12:00 am
GATEWAY @ Jenny's Ranch
Tickets now available at Trini shop at Trincity mall and The news stand at Piarco the Airport. Also check your favorite committee Memeber as well 😎… $350 tickets now available, get them before the price[…]
NAAK’D 4:00 pm
NAAK’D @ Z PATIO
Sep 24 @ 4:00 pm – Sep 25 @ 12:00 am
NAAK'D @ Z PATIO
Get ready for *Naak’D* the 🌴Garden Chic🌴 event this REPUBLIC DAY 💥Vibe – Sexy, Grown and Chic💥 Sat 24th Sept 2022 4PM to 12AM More details coming soon! #naakd #gardenchic #trinidadandtobago #republicday #grownandsexy #chic #isavibe #partyShare
THE SWEETEST TABOO 5:00 pm
THE SWEETEST TABOO @ Jamboree Park Courts, North Valsayn
Sep 24 @ 5:00 pm – 11:00 pm
THE SWEETEST TABOO @ Jamboree Park Courts, North Valsayn
FREE DRINKS & FULL VIBES Date: Saturday 24th September 2022 Time: 5pm to 11:00pm Location: Jamboree Park Courts, North Valsayn From the creators of Dream, LUXX, PRIME & Jamboree we bring to you a new adventure in[…]
SAINT TROPEZ 6:00 pm
SAINT TROPEZ @ Anchorage
Sep 24 @ 6:00 pm – Sep 25 @ 3:00 am
SAINT TROPEZ @ Anchorage
Welcome to Saint Tropez… THE Ultimate Experience! Scrumptious Food Bottles popping Sexy performances during dinner The best djs and after party Details: September 24th 2022 Anchorage by the water Dinner – 6-10pm Dance – 9pm-3am[…]
CHANTUELLE VIBZ- A MUSICAL TRIBUTE TO ANDRE TANKER 7:30 pm
CHANTUELLE VIBZ- A MUSICAL TRIBUTE TO ANDRE TANKER @ Central Bank Auditorium P.O.S Trinidad
Sep 24 @ 7:30 pm – 9:30 pm
CHANTUELLE VIBZ- A MUSICAL TRIBUTE TO ANDRE TANKER @ Central Bank Auditorium P.O.S Trinidad
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OVERFLOW 8:00 pm
OVERFLOW
Sep 24 @ 8:00 pm – Sep 25 @ 2:00 am
OVERFLOW
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RED, WHITE & BLACK ….. ONE NIGHT ONLY 10:00 pm
RED, WHITE & BLACK ….. ONE NIGHT ONLY @ FUZION NIGHTCLUB, CASCADIA HOTEL
Sep 24 @ 10:00 pm – Sep 25 @ 4:00 am
RED, WHITE & BLACK ..... ONE NIGHT ONLY @ FUZION NIGHTCLUB, CASCADIA HOTEL
WHEN THE SUN SETS ON THE NIGHT OF THE REPUBLIC HOLIDAY SOMETHING THAT HAS BEEN MISSING FROM THE LANDSCAPE WILL RETURN RETURN TO CLUB LIFE RETURN TO THE HILLS RETURN OF RED, WHITE & BLACKShare
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TIPSEA: PREMIUM COCKTAIL INCLUSIVE 2:00 pm
TIPSEA: PREMIUM COCKTAIL INCLUSIVE @ Island Royalty
Sep 25 @ 2:00 pm – 7:00 pm
TIPSEA: PREMIUM COCKTAIL INCLUSIVE @ Island Royalty
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FOF ROYALE 3:00 pm
FOF ROYALE @ Harbour Master
Sep 25 @ 3:00 pm – 7:00 pm
FOF ROYALE @ Harbour Master
Friends of Friends presents . FOF Royale . Sunday 25th September 3pm . Harbour Master (2 levels) . ”Are you willing to risk it all” . Win premium bottles of alcohol and cash during boarding[…]
LOVE IN THE SPACE 4:00 pm
LOVE IN THE SPACE @ Luna Restaurant
Sep 25 @ 4:00 pm – 10:00 pm
LOVE IN THE SPACE @ Luna Restaurant
Dearly Devoted Love Birds:  Our renowned Twitter event is being brought to life as we take LOVE to another level. As we continue to journey through the abyss of never ending endearment, we apologize for[…]
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FLOATS AND BIKINIS 10:00 am
FLOATS AND BIKINIS @ Tobago (Harbour Master)
Sep 28 @ 10:00 am – 2:00 pm
FLOATS AND BIKINIS @ Tobago (Harbour Master)
Dynasty Events, Floats and Bikinis, is a premium boat ride experience carded for Carnival Friday in Tobago! Come with us as we welcome, tourists and Trinbagonians to the soca shores of Tobago. Sailing through the[…]
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NUTZ FOR A NIGHT 10:00 pm
NUTZ FOR A NIGHT @ Fuzion Nightclub
Sep 30 @ 10:00 pm – Oct 1 @ 4:00 am
NUTZ FOR A NIGHT @ Fuzion Nightclub
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Government Not Budging On 4% Wage Offer For Mainstream Public Servants
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The medical team that led this country’s response to the Covid-19 pandemic have been recognised for their invaluable contribution. Dr. Read more.
Teachers ordered to show up for work today
The TT Unified Teachers Association’s (TTUTA) plans to have teachers take a day of rest and reflection today, September 26 Read more.
Service disruption in Maraval
Customers in parts of Maraval who are served by the Maraval Water Treatment Plant are presently experiencing reduced pressures or Read more.
Police shoot man who aimed machine gun at officers
A 39-year-old man is in hospital after he was shot by police officers who were conducting an exercise in the Read more.
TUCO to present the Diamond Jubilee Independence Calypso Monarch Competition
The Trinbago Unified Calypsonians’ Organisation (TUCO) in collaboration with the Government of the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago will present Read more.
UNC Women’s Arm extends condolences to the family of Mrs. Hazel Brown
The UNC National Women’s Arm has offered condolences to the family of Mrs. Hazel Brown on her passing. They described Read more.
Murder in Tobago
Investigations are ongoing into a murder in Tobago. According to reports the victim has been identified as Emiro Baynes, who Read more.
Baby dies after ingesting insecticide
There are reports that a nine-month-old baby girl has died after being fed an insecticide by a female relative. According Read more.
T&T Met Service issues Yellow Level Riverine Flood Alert
The T&T Met Service has issued a Riverine Flood Alert #1 – Yellow Level. According to the TTMS, the South Read more.
Adverse Weather Triggers Several Power Outages, North Coast Most Impacted
T&TEC is working to restore electricity supply to several areas affected by adverse weather conditions. The largest affected area is Read more.
Pennywise Robbery: Attorneys Representing Soldier Write To Ag. Top Cop Over “Arbitrary” Detention
Attorney’s representing the soldier who was detained by police for questioning in connection with Monday’s fatal robbery at Pennywise Plaza Read more.
I Said What I Said: Jamaica’s National Security Minister Defends Comments On Police-Involved Shootings
In the face of criticism for comments he made telling police officers they “must not shoot to miss” when approached Read more.
Several Of WASA’s Water Treatment Plants Affected By Adverse Weather
Several of WASA’s Water Treatment Plants in North East and North West Trinidad as well as parts of Tobago have Read more.
WASA preparing for Adverse Weather
The Water and Sewerage Authority is advising customers and members of the public that it is taking all necessary steps Read more.
Former US President Donald Trump being sued by New York State Attorney General
The New York state attorney general has reportedly filed a sweeping lawsuit against former President Donald Trump, three of his Read more.
Hurricane Fiona strengthens into a Category 4 storm
Hurricane Fiona is now a Category 4 storm and is heading to Bermuda later this week. The storm wreaked havoc Read more.
Municipal Corporations Prepare For Adverse Weather Conditions
A Yellow Level Adverse Weather Alert which came into effect at 5 o clock this morning will remain in place Read more.
Soldier Detained As Cops Investigate Pennywise Robbery
A soldier is one of three people who have been detained in connection with Monday’s deadly daytime shooting at Pennywise Read more.
T&T Met Service issues Adverse Weather Alert #1 – Yellow Level
The T&T Met Service has issued Adverse Weather Alert #1 – Yellow Level. The Met Office stated that showers and Read more.
UTT and CARIRI to collaborate on recycling used tires
The University of Trinidad and Tobago (UTT) and the Caribbean Industrial Research Institute (CARIRI) have signed a Memorandum of Understanding Read more.
Mystikal pleads not guilty to rape charges
Well-known artist, Mystikal, has pleaded not guilty to charges which accuse him of raping and choking a woman at his Read more.
FDA issues warning over latest social media challenge of cooking chicken with NyQuil
The US Food and Drug Administration is warning against social media challenges that can harm or potentially kill young people. Read more.
Hurricane Fiona takes aim at Turks and Caicos
Hurricane Fiona continues to batter the Turks and Caicos Islands today, September 20. Fiona is now a Category 3 storm Read more.
Trade Unions Urged to Reconsider Tripartite Council
Trade union leaders have been encouraged to reconsider being a part of the National Tripartite Advisory Council, as Industrial Court Read more.
Increased rainfall expected as TTMS monitors Tropical Wave
The Trinidad and Tobago Meteorological Service (TTMS) has advised that they are continuing to monitor the progress of an active Read more.
Pennywise Closes La Romaine Branch Today Following Deadly Robbery Incident
Pennywise Cosmetics Limited says its La Romaine branch will remain closed on Tuesday, following Monday’s harrowing robbery attempt in which Read more.
Two Security Guards, Four Bandits Dead Following Brazen Pennywise Robbery
Four suspected bandits were shot dead by police in south Trinidad on Monday night. The incident happened after the suspects Read more.
Farley Prepares Defamation Suit Against Duke
The fallout between Farley Augustine and Watson Duke is reaching new heights, as attorneys representing the Chief Secretary are preparing Read more.
THA’s New Deputy Chief Secretary Sworn Into Office
Dr. Faith B Yisrael has been sworn in as the new Deputy Chief Secretary of the Tobago House of Assembly. Read more.
Sixty-five-year-old man missing
The TTPS is seeking the urgent assistance of the public in locating 65-year-old, IGNATIUS WILLIAMS of Madras Road, Chin Chin Read more.
Valencia man held with shotgun
The TTPS have recovered a firearm and a quantity of ammunition. One man was arrested by officers of the Eastern Read more.
Over 2000 pounds of trash removed from the Foreshore
At least 2720.9lbs of garbage was collected off of the Foreshore last Saturday 17th September 2022. The cleanup was made Read more.
28-year-old man granted $150, 000 bail on charges of two counts of Sexual Penetration of a Child
A 28-year-old man has been granted bail with a surety in the sum of $150,000, when he appeared before a Read more.
Southern Division police recover a firearm and narcotics in exercise
The TTPS arrested several people and a firearm and quantities of ammunition and narcotics were seized during anti-crime exercises conducted Read more.
Hurricane Fiona slams Puerto Rico
Some parts of Puerto Rico are without power today, September 19 after Hurricane Fiona took out the entire electricity supply. Read more.
PTSC Condemns Alleged Attack By Trade Union Representative
The Public Transportation Service Corporation has condemned an alleged attack by a representative of the Transport and Industrial Workers’ Union, against Read more.
Hunting Season Begins October 1st
Hunting season will begin next Saturday, October 1st, and end February 23rd, 2023. A notice from the Ministry of Agriculture, Read more.
TKR slips to fourth spot after one run defeat to St. Lucia Kings
The Trinbago Knight Riders (TKR) slipped to fourth place on the CPL table after losing by just one run to Read more.
Former SM Jaleel VP’s lawyer accuses local media of misrepresenting child pornography charges
Former SM Jaleel VP, Adil Aleem Mohammed’s lawyer has threatened to sue local media who he claimed misrepresented the facts Read more.
Man Gunned Down During Game Of Cards
A game of cards ended tragically in Longdenville on Sunday, with one man being fatally shot. Kenton Wilson, of Morvant, Read more.
THA To Elect New Deputy Chief Secretary Following Duke’s Resignation
The Tobago House of Assembly will hold a special sitting this morning to elect a new Deputy Chief Secretary. It Read more.
Lee On Fraud Charges: “I Am Confident Courts Will Vindicate Me”
Opposition MP David Lee has broken his silence after being charged with two fraud offences, dismissing the allegations as a Read more.
Two Arrested, Guns Seized along with a Quantity of Ammunition & Marijuana Trees
Exercises held in the Central, Northern and North Eastern Divisions yesterday resulted in the arrest of two persons, the seizure Read more.
Opposition Stands Behind Lee, Dismisses Charge As “PNM Mischief”
The Opposition United National Congress says it stands fully behind MP David Lee in wake of him being charged with Read more.
UNC MP David Lee Arrested, Charged with Misbehavior In Public Office
Confirmation this afternoon that Opposition Chief Whip Dr. David Lee has been arrested and charged with Misbehavior in Public Office. Read more.
Minors Among Eight Rescued In Human Trafficking Case
Eight Latin American females, including two minors, have been rescued from a house in Chaguanas, after police cracked what is Read more.
Griffith Alleges “Unnamed” Police Unit Tasked With Finding Dirt On Him
Without calling specific names, former Police Commissioner Gary Griffith has accused government of creating an unnamed unit within the TTPS, Read more.
Police to probe school fight that left girl unconscious
Minister of Education Dr Nyan Gadsby-Dolly has confirmed that police will investigate a school fight that occurred at the Chaguanas Read more.
Cardi B pleads guilty to assault charges
Cardi B has admitted two offences arising from a brawl in a strip club, as part of a deal that Read more.
TTPS advises that Certificate of Character service is down
The TTPS has advised that applications for the Certificate of Character (CoC) services cannotbe facilitated at this time due to Read more.
SM Jaleel VP Steps Down After Facing Charge In Miami For Possession Of Child Porn
Adil Mohammed has resigned as Vice President of SM Jaleel Limited. It comes in wake of Mohammed facing 10 felony Read more.
Watson Duke Resigns As THA’s Deputy Chief Secretary
The rift between Watson Duke and Farley Augustine took another sharp turn on Thursday, with Duke resigning from his post Read more.
Fatal Incident at Guanapo Landfill
A female salvager at the Guanapo Landfill has died after being struck by an excavator at the site. The incident Read more.
Children, Ages 3 & 6, Among Seven Shot During Wake In Sangre Grande
Seven people, including two children ages three and six, are in hospital after being shot while attending a wake in Read more.
Roger Federer announces his retirement from competitive tennis
Twenty-time Grand Slam winner Roger Federer has announced his retirement from top-level tennis after the Laver Cup in London later Read more.
Nick Cannon welcomes his ninth child to the world
Nick Cannon welcomed his ninth child and his first with photographer LaNisha Cole yesterday September 14. The actor and rapper Read more.
TKR return to their winning ways
The Trinbago Knight Riders found the winning formula last night at the Queens Park Oval as they beat the Guyana Read more.
SWMCOL: Tyres Still Being Collected For Recycling At Transfer Station
Full operations at the Solid Waste Management Company Limited’s Transfer Station in Port of Spain are still down after a Read more.
Antigua & Barbuda Is Latest Country To Declare Public Holiday In Honor Of Queen Elizabeth II
Antigua and Barbuda has announced a national holiday next Monday, in honor of Queen Elizabeth II, whose funeral will be Read more.
Bad Conditions At North Oropouche Road Due To WASA Leak, Ministry Says
The Ministry of Works says poor road conditions along the North Oropouche Road in Sangre Grande are due to a Read more.
One man arrested after police find Ar-15 rifle in Charlieville
One man was arrested and a high-powered rifle was seized by officers of the Port of Spain Division, during an Read more.
TKR lose third straight game
The Trinbago Knight Riders have lost their third straight match in this year’s edition of the CPL. The home team Read more.
“Focus On The Facts”: Faris Stands His Ground, Calls On Chaguanas Mayor To Pay Corporation Workers
Local government Minister Faris Al Rawi has responded to the latest missive by Chaguanas Mayor Faaiq Mohammed over claims of Read more.
Opposition Slams President For “Self-Righteous Hypocrisy”
Scathing words for President Paula-Mae Weekes have been made by Public Relations Officer of the Opposition UNC, Dr. Kirk Meighoo. Read more.
Chaguanas Mayor responds to claims that the CBC is sitting on funds
Mayor of Chaguanas Faaiq Mohammed has responded to claims from the Rural Development and Local Government minister Faris Al-Rawi that Read more.
PM Dr. Keith Rowley leaves for Washington DC today
Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley is expected to travel to Washington DC on behalf of the Caribbean Community (CARICOM) later Read more.
MoE says there should be no changes to the list of textbooks
The Ministry of Education has stated that there should be no changes to the list of textbooks as issued in Read more.
PDP Tension Continues: Duke Presses Farley On Chief Secretary Performance
The in-fighting in the Progressive Democratic Patriots continues, with party leader Watson Duke issuing a statement on Monday, criticizing Chief Read more.
Miss Universe: “T&T, My Confidence Is In You”
After being crowned this year’s Miss Universe Trinidad and Tobago last evening, Tya Jané Ramey says she is grateful to Read more.
October 24th Marked As Divali Holiday
Official Statement from the Ministry of Communications: Read more.
Desalcott goes on three day shut down
The Desalination Company of Trinidad and Tobago (Desalcott) has advised the Water andSewerage Authority of T&T of a three-day shutdown Read more.
Sixteen arrested in South dragnet
Sixteen people have been detained and are being interrogated by Southern Division detectives in connection with firearm and ammunition, drug Read more.
19-year-old among four arrested on firearm and narcotics charges
An exercise conducted by the TTPS yesterday September 10 resulted in the arrest of a 52-year-old woman from Carenage and Read more.
Police arrest six in the capital city for gambling and smoking marijuana
Special Operations officers attached to the Port-of-Spain City Police have arrested and charged six suspects for assembling for the purpose Read more.
Phillip Boodram shot and killed by police
Well-known drug lord Phillip “The Boss” Boodram has been shot and killed by police. He had been recently freed from Read more.
Tobago couple arrested after gun and ammunition discovered at home
Police have arrested a 29-year-old Venezuelan woman and her 54-year-old common lawhusband earlier this morning, September 10, following the seizure Read more.
Minister Faris Al-Rawi blasts the Chaguanas Borough Corporation for threatening to send home workers
Minister of Rural Development and Local Government, Faris Al-Rawi is rejecting the claim from the Chaguanas Borough Corporation that they Read more.
Thirteen arrested in the Southern Division
Southern Division officers have made 13 arrests, seized one firearm and 132 rounds of ammunition during exercises conducted across the Read more.
Nadia Batson will be live at Eden in Tobago
On the 29th October, 2022 Nadia Batson will be performing at Eden: The Sunset Garden Party, Tobago. Read more.
First Division Officers receive sensitization training through GRACE
Eighty First Division Officers of the TTPS have received training through the GangReduction and Community Empowerment (GRACE) Program. According to Read more.
Duke Says Farley Removed As PDP Deputy Leader As Party Rift Deepens
Farley Augustine has been removed as deputy political leader of the Progressive Democratic Patriots. According to a notice this morning Read more.
THA Tension: Augustine To Review Duke’s “Roles And Responsibilities”
There appears to be some internal conflict within the Tobago House of Assembly, with Chief Secretary Farley Augustine saying he Read more.
Government: Paria CoE To Be Provided With Supplies Today
The Commission of Enquiry set up to investigate the Paria diving incident will be provided with all administrative materials needed Read more.
Half-Mast For The Queen
Flags are being flown at half-mast on Friday, as Trinidad and Tobago pays respects to Queen Elizabeth II, who died Read more.
Burna Boy To Headline Tobago Music, Arts & Culture Festival
Burna Boy has been confirmed as the headlining act for the Tobago Music, Arts and Culture Festival, which is set Read more.
Police seize four guns and arrest 18 people
The TTPS arrested 18 people and seized four firearms in three Divisions yesterday. During one of the exercises, police officers Read more.
Queen Elizabeth II, the UK’s longest-serving monarch, has died
Queen Elizabeth II, the UK’s longest-serving monarch, has died at Balmoral aged 96, after reigning for 70 years. Her family Read more.
“Open Our School”: Parents Protest Extended Closure Of Claxton Bay Anglican Primary
Parents of students attending the Claxton Bay Junior Anglican School staged a protest outside the institution on Thursday morning, calling for Read more.
Queen Elizabeth’s health in question as relatives rush to her side
The Queen of England is under medical supervision at Balmoral Castle after doctors became concerned for her health, Buckingham Palace Read more.
Police need help to find 17-year-old girl
The TTPS is seeking the urgent assistance of the public in locating 17-year-old, NAIOMI MOONSAMMY of Old Providence Road, Scarborough, Read more.
Watson Duke calls on THA “hot shots” to act quickly to bring home cultural group
Deputy Chief Secretary of the THA had some harsh words for his own organisation after he claimed that they left Read more.
CoE Chairman: All Evidence In Paria Diving Incident Will Be Made Public
The Commission of Enquiry set up to investigate the Paria diving tragedy is hoping to submit its final report on Read more.
Ministry Denies Claim Of Insufficient Funding By Siparia Regional Corporation
The Ministry of Rural Development and Local Government is denying claims by the Siparia Regional Corporation that they have been Read more.
‘Hair’ We Go Again: Antigua & Barbuda Defends Rights Of Rastafarian Students After Girl,5, Banned From School
Antigua and Barbuda’s government has strongly condemned schools who discriminate against Rastafarian children or those who simply choose to wear Read more.
AG: Firearms Report Will Be Laid In Parliament
As a constitutional responsibility, the audit report on the Firearms Unit of the TTPS will eventually be laid in the Read more.
Woman granted $100,000 bail on Wounding with Intent to cause Grievous Bodily Harm charge
A 27-year-old woman from Carenage has been granted bail in the sum of $100,000 with a surety when she appeared Read more.
Google honors Jamaica’s Miss Lou with a Doodle
Well-known Jamaican poet and activist Louise Bennett-Coverley, popularly known as Miss Lou, is being honoured by Google with a Doodle. Read more.
British Pound falls to its lowest level since 1985
The British pound has hit its lowest level against the US dollar in almost four decades. The announcement was made Read more.
CoE Chairman Laments: “No Paper, Internet, Pens To Carry Out Our Work”
As the Commission of Enquiry set up to investigate the deaths of four LMCS divers in February began its work Read more.
Amalgamated Workers’ Union Stands Firm On Decision To Accept CPO’s 4% Offer
Despite receiving flak from their colleagues, the Amalgamated Workers Union is standing firm on its decision to sign an agreement Read more.
Trinidad White-Fronted Capuchin and Trinidad Howler Monkey Designated As Environmentally Sensitive Species.
The Trinidad White-Fronted Capuchin and the Trinidad Howler Monkey have been designated as Environmentally Sensitive Species. As such, anyone found Read more.
Commission Of Enquiry Into Paria Diving Tragedy Begins Today
The public will be able to tune in when the Commission of Enquiry set up to investigate the deaths of Read more.
Guyanese student tops CSEC results with 24 Grade ones
The top performer at this year’s CSEC examinations is a Guyanese student named Outam Heeralall who earned an astounding 24 Read more.
Water disruption in parts of Maraval
The Water and Sewerage Authority has advised that customers in parts of Maraval served by the Maraval Water Treatment Plant Read more.
Machel Celebrates 40 Years In Music With Sold Out Crowd At Barclays Centre In Brooklyn
Machel Montano performed to a sold-out crowd at the Barclays Centre in New York last night, hosting Soca Kingdom in Read more.
High Praise For TKR Women
Government has extended congratulations to the Trinbago Knight Riders Women’s Cricket Team for being crowned the first ever Champions of Read more.
Low Turnout Of Teachers, Students On Day of ‘Rest and Reflection”
Monday saw a low turnout of teachers and students at both the primary and secondary level, as the teaching union Read more.
Slight Improvement In Student Performance At CSEC, CAPE This Year
There has been a small improvement in the number of students passing subjects in this year’s CAPE and CSEC exams, Read more.
19-year-old charged with murder
A 19-year-old Felicity man is expected to appear before a Chaguanas Magistrate tomorrow, September 6, charged with the 2021 murder Read more.
Radio announcer placed on $500, 000 bail
A 34-year-old radio announcer has been placed on $500,000 bail by a Justice of the Peace, for the offences of Read more.
Work ongoing at Caroni Treatment Plant
Customers who are experiencing a disruption in their water supply in several areas in northern Trinidad are being advised by Read more.
Police need help to find 49-year-old man
The TTPS is asking the public for urgent assistance to locate 49-year-old, DARIUS JERRYBANDHAN of Stone Road, Piparo. He was Read more.
Teachers Engage In Day Of ‘Rest And Reflection’ As School Year Begins
As the new academic year officially begins today, teachers are engaging in a day of rest and reflection, in response Read more.
Faris Dismisses Claim Of $1B In Legal Fees At AG’s Office
Speaking in his capacity as former Attorney General, Minister Faris Al Rawi has responded to a weekend article which alleged Read more.
Cops Detain Suspect In Robbery Attempt
A 30-year-old Cocorite man was detained by officers in the South Western Division following an attempted robbery at a Grell Read more.
Cops Seize Illegal Guns In Early Morning Exercise
Two men were arrested and two firearms and quantities of ammunition found, by officers of the North Central Division, during Read more.
A New Beginning: Calypso King Sparrow Baptized In New York
The Mighty Sparrow is in a new phase in his life, making the decision to get baptized. Birth name Slinger Read more.
Firearm and Ammunition Seized, Vehicle Recovered and Seven Arrested During Weekend Exercises
Policing exercises in the North Eastern, Northern, North Central and Eastern Divisions saw a firearm with 29 rounds of ammunition Read more.
Trinibad Artiste Hospitalized, Girlfriend Dies Following Gun Attack At Brix Carpark
Police are working to determine the motive for a gun attack which ended with 25 year old Trinibad artiste Kalonji Read more.
Budget Day Is September 26th
Budget day is September 26th. The announcement came from Finance Minister Colm Imbert during today’s ‘Spotlight on the Economy’ event. Read more.
Roget’s Attorneys Pen Letter To PM Over “Libelous” Facebook Post
Ancel Roget has followed through on a threat to initiate legal action against the Prime Minister, with lawyers representing the Read more.
Three hundred and fifty-five T&T nationals have been awarded bursaries under the National Bursaries Programme
A total of three hundred and fifty-five (355) T&T nationals have been awarded bursaries under the National Bursaries Programme. The Read more.
Seven arrested during police exercises
The TTPS arrested seven people in different exercises with two people being arrested for possession of illegal firearms and ammunition. Read more.
Lord Nelson and band leader Rosalind Gabriel to receive honorary degrees from UWI
Renowned Calypsonian Lord Nelson and band leader Rosalind Gabriel are expected to be conferred with honorary doctorates from the University Read more.
Passenger arriving from Trinidad charged with drug trafficking in Hong Kong
A 33-year-old male passenger who arrived in ​Hong Kong from Trinidad and Tobago was detained by Customs authorities there on Read more.
Twitter Introduces Testing Phase For ‘Edit’ Feature
Users have been asking for years, and Twitter has heard- and finally responded. The company announced on Thursday that it Read more.
Homeless Shelter At Riverside Plaza Officially Closed
The Centre for Socially Displaced Persons, located at Riverside Carpark in Port of Spain, has officially been closed. Eight-six residents Read more.
In Honour Of James Lee Wah
Roughly two years after his passing, James Lee Wah, a pioneer of the arts and founder of the Drama Association, Read more.
NYC Mayor Eric Adams lauds the contribution of T&T nationals on Diamond Jubilee
New York City, Mayor Eric Adams has praised this country’s immigrant community in New York for their effort. The mayor Read more.
Water supply disruption in South West Trinidad
The Water and Sewerage Authority has advised that customers in parts of South West Trinidad, served by the Malgretoute Booster Read more.
Kanye West announces plan to open Yeezy stores around the world
Kanye West has announced a plan to open Yeezy stores all around the world following his very public spat with Read more.
China initiates lock down of 21 million people following Covid-19 spike
Photo:CNN Authorities in China have locked down Chengdu, a southwestern city of 21 million people, following a spike in COVID-19 Read more.
Two men expected in court today to face several firearm offences
The two men who were apprehended by the Highway Patrol Task Force following the search of one of the men’s Read more.
Water supply disruption today in parts of El Dorado and Tacarigua
There will be a water supply disruption today, Thursday, September 1st between 9:00 a.m. and 6:00 p.m. for customers in Read more.
Health Minister Terrence Deyalsingh discharged from Arima General Hospital
Health Minister Terrence Deyalsingh was reviewed by the medical team at the Arima General Hospital and discharged yesterday August 31. Read more.
TTPS need help to find 27-year-old man
The TTPS is seeking the public’s urgent assistance in finding 27-year-old, RENALDO QUAMINA of Indian Trail Village, Couva. He was Read more.
Sangre Grande man charged with Choking with Intent to Render Unconscious, Cruelty to a Child, and Assault by
A 39-year-old man from Sangre Grande has been granted bail in the sum of $350,000 with a surety after he Read more.
Tomato spill causes traffic pileup in California
Photo:npr.org An unlikely event has led to standstill traffic on a busy highway in the US state of California. According Read more.
Deodath Ramkissoon has been found
The Hunters Search and Rescue Team led by Captain Vallence Rambharat has confirmed that Deodath “Richard” Ramkissoon has been located. Read more.
HDC announces 800 new houses to be built
The Trinidad and Tobago Housing Development Corporation (HDC) has confirmed that over eight hundred (800) houses will be added to Read more.
Point-Fortin man to appear in court charged with murder
A Point Fortin man is expected to appear in court today, charged with the murder of Randy Amoroso. The murder Read more.
Roget Threatens Legal Action Against PM Over “Defamatory” Link To Scrap Iron Protest
“I want to categorically, unequivocally, emphatically deny any prior knowledge of or any knowledge of or involvement in this activity.” Read more.
Jamaica Records Fifth Monkeypox Case
A Kingston man is Jamaica’s fifth confirmed case of the monkeypox virus detected in Jamaica.  Three of the island’s cases Read more.
Former Businessman Charged With Contacting Ex-Girlfriend In Breach Of Protection Order
A 59-year-old former businessman has been arrested and charged  by the Northern Division Gender-Based Violence Unit of the TTPS, following Read more.
Police Patrol To Continue At “High Risk” Schools Once New Academic Year Begins
Police will maintain a presence at 17 schools identified as being most at risk for fighting, once the new academic Read more.
Nicki Minaj delivers emotional speech after accepting Video Vanguard Award
Nicki Minaj delivered a powerful performance and an emotional acceptance speech as she was presented with the Video Vanguard Award Read more.
Street and flash flooding reported in several areas
There are several reports of flooding in some areas in both the northern and southern parts of the country. Some Read more.
Police need help to find 13-year-old girl
The TTPS is asking for the public’s urgent help to find 13-year-old, DESTINY LEGARE of Deonarine Junction, Mc Bean, Couva. Read more.
Bazodee cops two awards at Nigeria’s Realtime Festival
Bazodee, which stars Machel Montano, copped two prizes at Nigeria’s Realtime Festival (RTF), which was held in Lagos from August Read more.
Police seize large cache of firearms, firearm components and ammunition
Two suspects held by the patrol Traffic and Highway Patrol Branch (THPB) has led to the discovery of a large Read more.
Thirty seven year old man granted bail following Indecent Assault charge of 17-year-old girl
A 37-year-old man who was charged with Indecent Assault from Rio Claro, was granted bail in the sum of $100,000 Read more.
TTFA begins National Under 17 screening
The Trinidad and Tobago Football Association (TTFA) has announced that screening for the Men’s U-17 National team selection will commence Read more.
Traffic backed up on the Solomon Hochoy highway
Motorists can expect delays as traffic is reportedly backed up from Claxton Bay to Corinth Flyover. According to reports police Read more.
Police need help to find 32-year-old man
The TTPS is asking for the public’s urgent help to find 32-year-old, DEODATH RAMKISSOON of Orange Grove Trace, Pasea, Tunapuna. Read more.
Twenty year old sentenced to four years hard labour for three counts of Robbery
A 20-year-old man has been sentenced to four years hard labour for three counts of Robbery and two years hard Read more.
Twenty five year old woman charged for daughter’s murder
A 25-year-old woman has been charged with the murder of her seven-year-old daughter. She is expected to appear before a Read more.
Jay-Z wins US $7 million in lawsuit
Jay-Z nearly has been awarded USD $7 million in unpaid royalties for his fragrance Gold Jay Z by Manhattan Supreme Read more.
Police need help to find missing 16-year-old girl
The TTPS is seeking the urgent assistance of the public in locating 16-year-old, ANGELINA FRANCOIS. Francois, of Third Street, Barataria, Read more.
Alleged sexual predator arrested at St. Ann’s Hospital
Police have detained a man who is accused of molesting more than 30 boys at the St Dominic’s Children’s Home. Read more.
Two men appear in court for multiple firearm related offences
Two men facing multiple shooting offences appeared before a Chaguanas Magistrate yesterday.One man was remanded into custody and another was Read more.
Moderna to sue Pfizer-BioNTech over mRNA tech
Moderna is getting ready to take fellow vaccine developers Pfizer and its German partner BioNTech to court after alleging that Read more.
Penal man dies in flood waters
Forty-year-old Annan Boysie of #11 Cedar Drive La Costena Development, Penal lost his life yesterday after he got trapped in Read more.
“She Died A Hero”: Family Mourns 11 Year Old Rachel Following Fatal Dog Attack
A family’s worst nightmare materialized yesterday when 11 year old Rachel Bhagwandeen was mauled to death by an American Bulldog Read more.
Cops Recover Vehicle Stolen At Gunpoint In C3
Two suspects are in police custody following a high speed chase on Thursday, in which cops were able to recover  Read more.
11-year-old girl mauled to death by dog
In some tragic news, an 11-year-old school girl has died after she was mauled by a dog. According to reports, Read more.
Police to stop use of balaclava masks
Officers of the TTPS will no longer be allowed to wear balaclava masks during roadblocks and searches. Balaclava masks were Read more.
Harvey Weinstein gets a chance to appeal his sentence
Disgraced Hollywood exec Harvey Weinstein will have another day in court after New York’s highest court agreed to hear an Read more.
Emergency repairs underway at Navet Water Treatment Plant
Several customers in south Trinidad are currently being affected by low water pressures or in some cases no water at Read more.
Vanessa Bryant wins lawsuit against L.A. County
Kobe Bryant’s widow Vanessa Bryant has won her lawsuit against Los Angeles County. The judgement was handed down by a Read more.
Former Commissioner Gary Griffith hits back at PM Keith Rowley
The tension between former Top CoP, Gary Griffith and Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley, continues to grow and Griffith has Read more.
PM: Approving Gary As Top Cop Was “A Terrible Mistake”
Prime Minister Dr. Keith Rowley has said his decision to support the appointment of Gary Griffith as Police Commissioner in Read more.
Abandoned Baby Girl Remains Under Hospital Care
The baby girl who was found abandoned at the San Fernando General Hospital on Monday remains in stable condition at Read more.
PM Announces Special Payment For Covid-19 Healthcare Workers
As a show of gratitude to healthcare workers who stood on the frontline during the Covid-19 pandemic, the government will Read more.
T&TEC: South, Central Customers To Experience Possible Cuts In Electricity Today
The Trinidad and Tobago Electricity Commission is advising its customers that construction of a critical bypass transmission line in Rousillac Read more.
PM Rowley, President Ali To Engage In Talks Today
Bilateral talks will be held this morning between Prime Minister Dr. Keith Rowley and Guyana’s President Dr. Irfaan Ali, who Read more.
Former Newsday Editor-In-Chief Found Dead At Home
Suzanne Mills, a former editor-in-chief at the Newsday newspaper, was found dead at her Diego Martin home late on Sunday Read more.
Six-Month Ban On Scrap Iron Export In Effect
A six-month ban on the exportation of scrap iron is officially in effect. The announcement came this afternoon, during a Read more.
Two In Court On Human Trafficking Charges
Two men are due to appear before a Port of Spain Magistrate today, charged with human trafficking and sexual offences. Read more.
Suspect Dies After Shooting Wife
Eighty year old Carltus Mudie has died at hospital where he was being treated for gunshot wounds after being shot Read more.
Imbert: THA Has No Authority To Instruct Commissioner Of State Lands
The Finance Minister has taken issue with Chief Secretary Farley Augustine’s claim that he instructed the Commissioner of State Lands Read more.
PM Ends Covid-19 Quarantine
Prime Minister Dr. Keith Rowley’s quarantine period has come to an end, after testing positive for Covid-19 last month. The Read more.
Police Probing Three Separate Murders
Another murder has been reported in the early hours of this morning. The victim has been identified as Ryan Garraway. Read more.
$897.6 Million In NIF Payouts
In the four years since it was launched in 2018, the National Investment Fund paid out $897.6 million in dividends Read more.
JAMAICA: Lisa Hanna To Retire From Active Politics
Opposition Member of Parliament Lisa Hanna is bowing out of frontline politics, announcing her decision not to contest a seat Read more.
PTSC: $2 Charge For Use Of POS Washroom Facility
Commuters wanting to use the washroom facility at the Public Transportation Service Corporation’s Port of Spain Depot will have pay Read more.
17 Gun Charges For Princes Town Man
Ted Tikah, of Manahambre Road, Princes Town, will appear virtually in court this morning to answer to 17 gun charges. Read more.
Minister: WASA’s Estimated 3,000 Leaks To Be Repaired By September
To say that there are more than 50,000 water leaks across the country “could not be further from the truth”. Read more.
Scarborough Market Reopens Today
After nearly two weeks, the Scarborough Market will reopen at 10 o clock this morning, having been closed for deep Read more.
Man, 19, To Appear In Court On Robbery Charge
Nineteen-year-old Azim Shah will appear before a San Fernando Magistrate today,  charged with the robbery of a Venezuelan salesman which Read more.
Why Must Peter Pay For Paul? Opposition Slams Proposed 6-Month Ban On Scrap Iron Exports
Last Friday, National Security Minister Fitzgerald Hinds announced that government has plans to impose a six-month ban on the export Read more.
Cops In Court Today Charged With PC Clarence Gilkes’ Fatal Shooting
Police officers Kristian Genty and Crystal Williams-Bowman will appear before a Port of Spain Magistrate this morning, charged with their Read more.
She Was Released From Jail For Killing Her Husband Last Year. Her Body Was Found On Sunday.
Forty-three year old Kareen Ramlal, who went missing a week ago, was found dead on Sunday afternoon in the Penal Read more.
A Beautiful Weekend For Team TTO
It was a beautiful weekend for team TTO in Birmingham, England, with the Men’s 4×400 Relay team securing a gold Read more.
Inter-Island Drug Bust: $72Million In Ganja Seized in Barbados
One Colombian was arrested and marijuana with a street value of $72,063,420 was seized in Barbados following months of surveillance, Read more.
Copper Thieves Caught By Villagers
Four men are now in police custody after villagesrs in Mamoral allegedly caught them stealing copper wires early Saturday morning.  Read more.
New Leadership For Saint Kitts And Nevis
A snap election called in St. Kitts and Nevis ended with the main Opposition Party, the St Kitts and Nevis Read more.
Energy Minister Meets With Maduro In Venezuela
Energy Minister Stuart R Young visited Caracas, Venezuela on Friday, where he conducted a number of high level meetings with Read more.
TTPS Offers $100K Reward For Info On Scrap Iron Theft
In an effort to tackle the issue of rampant scrap iron theft across the country, Acting Commissioner of Police has Read more.
#Together60: These Are The List Of Events For Month-Long Independence Day Celebrations
A detailed calendar of events for this year’s 60th Independence celebrations has been published, with government green-lighting a $7.5million budget Read more.
Scrap Iron Theft: Chaguanas Businessman To Appear In Court
Chaguanas businessman Sumit Chadha will appear in court today, charged with receiving scrap iron material which was recently stolen from Read more.
Election Day In Saint Kitts & Nevis
It’s Election Day in Saint Kitts and Nevis, with voters to decide whether Prime Minister Dr. Timothy Harris will return Read more.
International: US Urges Moscow To Accept Deal In Brittney Griner Case
The United States remains hopeful that Moscow will accept a deal to free basketball player Brittney Griner, who has been Read more.
Extended Closure of Scarborough Market
The Scarborough Market remains closed for sanitization. The THA Division of Food Production, Forestry and Fisheries had promised the facility Read more.
TTPS: 154 Minors Ran Away From Home For The Year So Far
Since the start of the year, police have received 154 reports of minors running away from home, with statistics revealing Read more.
Heavy Rains: Met Service Issues Yellow Level Localized Flood Alert
The Met Office on Thursday evening issued a Yellow Level localized flooding alert, set in place until 8pm on Friday. Read more.
Covid-19 Hospitalizations On The Rise
Health officials have taken note of an increase in Covid-19 hospitalizations since mid-July, and Dr Maryan Richards reported that there Read more.
$3.6M Bail For Cops On Corruption Charges
Police officers Ronald Ransome and Rishi Mohan have each been granted $1.8 million bail after facing seven corruption charges including Read more.
TSTT: Most Services Restored Following Vandalism Of Cable Wires
The Telecommunications Services of Trinidad and Tobago, TSTT, says most of its services have been restored following acts of vandalism Read more.
Girl, 11, Among Seven Injured In Malick Shooting
An 11 year old girl is one of seven people shot in Malick last night. At around 10:15pm, a group Read more.
Fixed: Ras Shorty I Street Name Amended After Spelling Error
More than two decades after his passing, Short Street in San Fernando has been renamed in honor of Ras Shorty Read more.
SVG: Covid-19 Vaccine Mandate Lifted For Public Sector Employees
Public sector employees in St. Vincent and the Grenadines are no longer subjected to mandatory Covid-19 vaccination, with the exception Read more.
Morvant Drive-by Shooting: One Dead, Two Hospitalized
One man is dead while two others are listed in critical condition at the Port of Spain General Hospital following Read more.
Managers First To Be Axed In WASA Restructuring
A top to bottom firing approach will go ahead at the Water and Sewerage Authority, with more than 200 managers Read more.
T&T Makes Order For Monkeypox Vaccines
Trinidad and Tobago has placed an indicative order with the Pan American Health Organization, PAHO, to secure 2,000 monkeypox vaccines. Read more.
Raising The Age Of Retirement
Consultations on the proposed increase in the compulsory age of retirement from 60 to 65 years continued on Wednesday, with Read more.
Trinidad & Tobago’s First Ever Carnival Museum
Photo Courtesy State Media TTT Limited Calls for there to be a Trinidad and Tobago Carnival Museum have finally materialized, Read more.
Minister: Health Officials Ready To Fight Monkeypox
Trinidad and Tobago ’s health care system is is ready to tackle the monkey pox virus. The assurance comes from Read more.
Love Is Lovely: Patrice Roberts & Ricardo Drue Are Engaged
Congratulations are in order for Patrice Roberts and Ricardo Drue, as the couple are now engaged! Drue popped the question Read more.
Bail For Woman Charged With Murdering Ex-Boyfriend
Malika St. Louis, a 31 year old woman awaiting trial for allegedly murdering her boyfriend, Robert Bobb, back in 2013, Read more.
Trinidad & Tobago To Host Commonwealth Youth Games In 2023
It’s official: Trinidad and Tobago will host next year’s Commonwealth Youth Games. The deal was sealed in a signing between Read more.
Google Doodle: In Honor Of The Steelpan
If you log on to Google today, you’ll be greeted by a familiar image, as today’s Google Doodle pays homage Read more.
Husband And Wife Shot In Enterprise
Husband and wife Dwayne Robinson ,29, and Allison Vialva-Robinson, 41, were shot in Enterprise last night, with the man succumbing Read more.
WASA: Repairs In Santa Cruz, San Juan & Malick To Be Completed On Monday
Residents in parts of Santa Cruz, San Juan and Malick, who are currently experiencing a disruption in their pipe borne Read more.
Off-Duty Soldiers Commended For Apprehending Robbery Suspects
Lance Corporal Garfield Mitchell and Lance Corporal Keron King- the two off-duty members of the Trinidad and Tobago Defense Force Read more.
Keys For The King: Machel Montano Receives Keys To The Capital City
Machel Montano has another accolade to add to his long ist of achievements- receiving the keys to the city of Read more.
A TRIBUTE TO GREATNESS
On Friday 22nd July,2022 there will be a renaming of the Pro Queen Street to Lord Kitchener Avenue at 03:00PM. Read more.
Boy, 16, Murdered In San Juan
Sixteen year old Robinho Ramsaroop was murdered in San Juan on Wednesday night. The teenaged boy was in front of Read more.
BA.5 Omicron Variant On the Increase
There is an increasing presence of the BA.5 Omicron sub variant in recent samples, according to Chief Medical Officer Dr. Read more.
Two Rescued As Distressed Vessel Docks At Chaguaramas
Two people who were trapped at sea last evening, were able to safely return to land early this morning, thanks Read more.
$300K Worth Of Ganja Seized By Police
Police have seized $300,000 worth of marijuana at an apartment building in Feabeau Village, Laventille Road, San Juan. CID officers Read more.
Conviction Overturned: Court of Appeal Orders Retrial In Sean Luke Case
Akeel Mitchell  and Richard Chatoo, the two men convicted of murder in the Sean Luke case, will now have to Read more.
Brother Of Dwight Yorke Found Dead At Home
Tragedy hit the Yorke family in Tobago this morning when Garth Yorke, was found dead at his home in Canaan Read more.
Jail For Eight Cops Charged In June 2020 Morvant Triple-Murder Case
Eight police officers, including a Sergeant and Corporal, have been remanded into custody after appearing before the Port of Spain Read more.
FAILED ROBBERY ATTEMPT: Barataria Businessman Shoots Two Assailants
An early morning robbery attempt at the home of a Barataria businessman ended with the victim withdrawing his licensed firearm, Read more.
Mask Wearing Still Mandatory For Prison Visits
Visitors to any prison institution must continue to wear a mask, even as the national mask mandate has been lifted. Read more.
MOWT: North Coast Road 11km Mark Reopened To Single Lane Traffic
The Ministry of Works and Transport wishes to advise the general public that the North Coast Road, 11km mark (between Read more.
Removal Of Mask Mandate Not A Sign Of Pandemic’s End, PM Warns
As government’s mask mandate was officially lifted on Sunday, Prime Minister Dr. Keith Rowley cautions the public to remain on Read more.
WASA Amnesty
The Water and Sewerage Authority announced on Monday that it will grant a three-month amnesty starting tomorrow, July 19th until Read more.
PM Tells Citizens: “Anticipate Early Budget Day”
The public can expect an early budget presentation this year. This was revealed by Prime Minister Dr. Keith Rowley during Read more.
Tobago’s Weekly Covid-19 Update: 74 New Cases
The Health and Wellness Division in Tobago, which is now reporting Covid-19 cases on the island on a weekly basis Read more.
More Than 9,000 SEA Students Scored Below 50%. Roughly 2,700 Registered For Ministry’s Remedial Classes
The Ministry of Education is making an appeal for parents and guardians of children who scored below 50% in this Read more.
Barbados Records First Case Of Monkeypox Virus
Barbados is now the third CARICOM nation to record a confirmed case of the monkeypox virus, after the island’s Ministry Read more.
WASA: 77% Of Water Treatment Plants Back In Operation After Heavy Rainfall
The Water and Sewerage Authority says following the passage of a tropical wave on Friday which  affected operations at several Read more.
Law Association Fails In No Confidence Motion Against AG Armour5
The Law Association of Trinidad and Tobago’s membership voted against a motion of No-Confidence in Attorney General Armour, following a Read more.
WASA: Several Water Treatment Plants Impacted By Adverse Weather
Several of the Water and Sewerage Authority’s Surface Water Treatment facilities have been impacted by heavy rainfall this morning, with Read more.
SATT: Mask Wearing Optional At Supermarkets Once Government Mandate Lifted
The Supermarket Association says its members have agreed that mask wearing will be optional at their establishments once government’s mask Read more.
Independence Parade To Return As Part Of 60th Anniversary Celebrations
As Trinidad and Tobago celebrates its 60th anniversary of Independence this year, known as the Diamond Jubilee, government has announced Read more.
Suspect Detained In Fatal Hit-and-Run Incident
The man believed to be behind the wheel in Saturday’s hit and run accident which claimed the life of sport Read more.
General Mills Conducts Voluntary Recall of Häagen-Dazs Plain Vanilla Ice-Cream Products Over Chemical Contamination Issue
General Mills, the manufacturer of Häagen-DazsTM, has taken the proactive decision to proceed with a voluntary recall of its Plain Read more.
Application For Pepper Spray Import Permits Begins Today
The TTPS begins processing applications for Import Permits for pepper spray from today, Wednesday. Meanwhile, retailers can begin submitting applications Read more.
Double Murder In Gasparillo
Homicide investigators are still working to identify two men who were shot and killed at Harmony Hall, Gasparillo on Monday Read more.
PCA: Cops Possibly Breached Law In Rich Plain Mosque Raid
The Police Complaints Authority says its investigation has revealed that the TTPS breached laws when it raided the Masjid al Read more.
Monkeypox In Jamaica
Jamaica records its first case of the monkeypox virus, the island’s Health Minister confirmed on Wednesday evening. “We have our Read more.
Mask Mandate To Be Relaxed On July 17
Government’s mask mandate will officially be lifted on Sunday, July, 17th, though mask wearing will still be required at all Read more.
Officers Involved In Killing Of Three Youths Placed On Desk Duty
Pending the outcome of an investigation into the shooting deaths of two young men and a teenager by police over Read more.
“Stop Killing Our Youth”: Beetham Residents Burn Debris In Protest Of Police Shootings
Beetham residents burn tyres and other debris on Monday, in protest of the killing of three young men by police Read more.
Prison Service Distances Itself From Union’s Criticism Of Hinds
The Trinidad and Tobago Prison Service is making a line of demarcation to distinguish it from the Prison Officers Association, Read more.
Mandatory Mask Mandate To Be Removed in Mid-July
All things remaining equal, Trinidad and Tobago could see its mandatory mask mandate removed in the next two weeks, marking Read more.
Education Ministry Moves Away From Public SEA Ranking
The Ministry of Education will no longer publish the names of the top performers of the Secondary Entrance Assessment examination, Read more.
Cummings Leads T&T Delegation For Meeting With President Irfaan Ali
Government is continuing work to strengthen its diplomatic relations with Guyana, now moved further ahead by a meeting between a Read more.
PM Returns From Trip Abroad, Travels Again On Saturday
Prime Minister Dr. Keith Rowley returned home on Thursday night, after spending just over three weeks in Los Angeles, California. Read more.
“I Don’t Know Nothing About That”: Minister Mum On Rumoured Retrenchment At WASA
With allegations that a retrenchment exercise at the Water and Sewerage Authority is brewing with 600 employees rumors to be Read more.
SEA Results To Be Published On Online Platform Tomorrow
Standard five students will be able to access their SEA results just after midnight at 12:01am, when the Ministry of Read more.
PCA Investigation Finds Officers Abused Power, Misled Jacob In Shooting Death of PC Gilkes
“One of the clearest examples of abuse of police power…” That is how the Police Complaints Authority described its recently Read more.
Ball In DPP’s Court To Decide How Piarco Corruption Matter Will Go Ahead
It’s not the end of the Piarco Airport Corruption matter, as the DPP is to decide whether the two potential Read more.
Caura Hospital Designated As Monkeypox Facility
As the country prepares for any cases of Monkeypox, the Caura Hospital has been designated as an isolation and treatment Read more.
Clean-Up Efforts Underway After Parts of Toco and Paria Main Road Left Impassable
Clean-up efforts began on Thursday  morning, after parts of the Toco and Paria Main Road were left impassable on Wednesday, Read more.
WASA’s Post Analysis: 200,000 Residents Were Without Water As A Result Of Heavy Rains
As many of 200,000 people across 26 communities were left without a pipe-borne water supply, as several of WASA’s Water Read more.
R.Kelly Sentenced To 30 Years In Prison for Sex Trafficking
Disgraced R&B singer R.kelly has been sentenced to 30 years in prison for sexually abusing women, boys and girls for Read more.
WASA: Plants Impacted by Heavy Rainfall
Several Water Treatment Plants across both islands were stopped on Tuesday due to flooded river conditions resulting in clogged intake Read more.
Minister: Travellers No Longer Required To Present Negative PCR, Antigen Tests From July 1st
From Friday, July 1st, those travelling to Trinidad and Tobago will no longer be required to present Covid-19 tests to Read more.
T&TEC: More Areas Without Power
Several more areas are without electricity on Wednesday morning, T&TEC confirmed in a statement issued a short while ago. Crews Read more.
Trinidad Students Return To Classes On Wednesday
School is on for students in Trinidad on Wednesday, after being closed yesterday in anticipation of inclement weather. Only students Read more.
PM Rowley To Return Home On Thursday
Prime Minister Keith Rowley will return to Trinidad on Thursday, after spending the last three weeks abroad.  Dr. Rowley left Read more.
T&TEC: Majority Restoration Works Completed, Crews Still On Site In Biche, Plymouth
Majority restoration works have been completed according to the latest update from the Trinidad and Tobago Electricity Commission, issued at Read more.
Met Service: Tropical Storm Warning Discontinued For Trinidad and Tobago
Official Statement from the Trinidad and Tobago Met Service: This the last update as it pertains to Potential Tropical Cyclone Read more.
Tobago Schools To Remain Closed On Wednesday
Tobago schools will remain closed tomorrow in light of the current Orange Level Tropical Storm Warning.  See the statement from Read more.
Tropical Storm Watch: Government Offices To Be Closed At Noon Today
All government offices will be closed at noon today, save and except for essential services, according to an announcement made Read more.
“Disingenuous”: Communications Minister Rejects Claim That Regional Corporation Not Equipped For Disaster Response
The Chairman of the Penal/Debe Regional Corporation says their emergency response vehicles may be grounded today, even with inclement weather Read more.
Weather System Moves Closer To T&T
In its latest update issued at 8:00 am on Tuesday, the Met Service said the centre of Potential Tropical Cyclone Read more.
TROPICAL STORM WATCH: Caribbean Airlines Cancels/Reschedules Tuesday Flights
Caribbean Airlines advises that there will be disruptions to its domestic and international flights due to the Tropical Storm Warning Read more.
Tropical Storm Warning #5
Trinidad and Tobago remains under an Orange Level Tropical Storm Warning until 5pm on Wednesday, with significant rainfall expected to Read more.
Orange Level Tropical Storm Warning In Effect
  The Met Office has issued an Orange Level Tropical Storm Warning  for Trinidad and Tobago, in effect from 8pm on Tuesday Read more.
Piarco Airport Corruption Case Falls Flat As Privy Council Dismisses Charged Over “Political Bias”
After nearly two decades, fraud charges linked to the controversial Piarco International Airport construction project have been dropped. This as Read more.
ACTIVE TROPICAL WAVE: Monday’s Weather Update
The Trinidad and Tobago Meteorological Service (TTMS) has been monitoring the progress of a strong Tropical Wave in the Atlantic, Read more.
Kamla Shifts Focus To Local Gov’t Preparations After Winning UNC Internal Election
Having declared a victory in her party’s internal elections on Sunday, UNC leader Kamla Persad-Bissessar says focus will now shift Read more.
Tropical Wave Forecast To Develop Into Cyclone This Week
The Trinidad and Tobago Meteorological Service continues to monitor the progress of a strong Tropical Wave in the Atlantic, which Read more.
UNC Internal Elections Today
Members of the United National Congress will vote in a new Executive in the party’s internal elections on Sunday, including Read more.
WASA: Cocorite Repairs Completed Ahead Of Time
Residents of St.James/Cocorite and environs are advised that repairs to a leaking pipeline along the Western Main Road, Cocorite, in Read more.
Task Force Hands Over Work Plan on Fighting Child Abuse at Community Residences
The Cabinet appointed Inter-Agency Task Force has completed and submitted the Work Plan for the implementation of recommendations contained in Read more.
Inflation Climbs To 4.3% In First Four Months Of 2022
Inflation rose to 4.3% by April 2022 in Trinidad and Tobago,, according to new findings released by the Central Statistical Read more.
Former TTFA President David John-Williams Has Died
Former President of the Trinidad and Tobago Football Association, David John-Williams, died early this morning. John Williams, who served as Read more.
Landmark Roe vs Wade Abortion Ruling Overturned In The US
The United States Supreme Court has overturned Roe vs Wade- the  landmark  abortion rights case heard 50 years ago which Read more.
Trade Minister Appeals To Supermarkets: Don’t Overburden Consumers
Trade Minister Paula Gopee-Scoon is appealing to retailers to do their part and “be reasonable” with their pricing for consumers Read more.
KISS: No Choice But To Implement 11% Increase In Bread Prices
The Kiss Baking Company will implement an 11% increase in its bread prices, with effect from July 1st. The company Read more.
Justice Dennis Morrison Resigns From Commission Of enquiry Into Divers’ Deaths
Justice Dennis Morrison has resigned as head of the Commission of Enquiry which was set up to investigate the February Read more.
SABOTAGE: Fyzabad Residents Relocated As Vandals Cut Oil Pipeline
Touchstone Exploration is treating yesterday’s  oil spill in Fyzabad as an act of sabotage, as the company says preliminary investigations Read more.
Minister: Flour Price Increase Is Temporary, Depends On Shift In Global Trends
“It’s a temporary situation.” That’s how Trade Minister Paula Gopee-Scoon described the 33% rise in the price of flour, which Read more.
FLOUR HIKE: Kiss Baking Company Reviewing Prices
The price of Kiss products remains the same for now, however an increase is likely in the near future, as Read more.
Consumption Switch: NAMDEVCO Invites Consumers To Explore Alternatives To Wheat Flour
On the heels of a 28 to 33 percent hike in the price flour coming into effect today, NAMDEVCO is Read more.
KFC Implements Price Increase
Attributing its decision to significant rises in the price of raw materials including flour, KFC has trickled some of those Read more.
Flour Price Increase: Here’s What You Can Expect To Pay
A more than 25% increase in flour rolls into effect today, with retail consumers paying 28% more for their baked Read more.
Flour Prices To See 33% Hike From Tomorrow
From tomorrow, Wednesday, the retail price of flour will increase by 28%. The National Flour Mills announced today that there Read more.
La Brea Residents Without Water Due To Leak On 16” Pipeline
Emergency works are currently underway to repair a leak along a 16 inch diameter transmission pipeline along the Southern Main Read more.
AG Armour Breaks Silence Over “Junior Counsel” Claim
Attorney General Reginald Armour has broken his silence to explain that while he swore in an initial affidavit that he Read more.
Covid-19 Patient Dies In Tobago
An unvaccinated patient has succumbed to COVID-19 in Tobago. This is in addition to two new cases reported by the Read more.
PM “Puzzled” That Labour Movement Feels Disrespected Over Wage Negotiations
Prime Minister Dr. Keith Rowley cannot grasp the labour movement’s attitude towards the initial 2% offer in wage negotiations for Read more.
Ruptured Pipeline At Phoenix Park Leaves Central Residents Without Water
Emergency repairs are currently ongoing on a ruptured 600mm diameter transmission pipeline, at the Phoenix Park Industrial Estate, Point Lisas. Read more.
Housing Minister: Investigation Ongoing To Determine Cause of Fatal Charford Court Fire
Damage assessments are still being conducted following a fatal fire which broke out at HDC’s Charford Court complex along Charlotte Read more.
Charges Laid Against Mr Smooth In Domestic Abuse Case
Popular Boom Champions radio DJ Randy Anim Mansoor, best known by hIs on-air personality Mr Smooth, has been formally charged Read more.
Saddam: “What Is The Nature Of AG’s Trip Abroad?”
Opposition MP Saddam Hosein says the Attorney General’s office ought to disclose the nature of the trip taken by AG Read more.
Unilever Retrenches Employees As Third Party Contract Ends
Some 108 employees from Unilever’s manufacturing division are set to be retrenched at the end of July. The exercise is Read more.
TSTT Moves Ahead With Retrenchment
TSTT will go ahead with its restructuring exercise and will re-issue retrenchment letters to 376 employees, after striking an agreement Read more.
Moh Records Two Covid-19 Deaths, 121 New Cases
Trinidad and Tobago now has a record of 3,967 deaths, after two patients succumbed to the virus according to Tuesday’s Read more.
WASA: Mechanical Repairs Ongoing At El Socorro Booster Station
Water woes will continue for residents in parts of North West Trinidad at least until Wednesday evening, when the Water Read more.
Police Couple in Court Charged with Gambling, Money Laundering
Two police officers are expected to appear before the Chaguanas Magistrates’ Court on Wednesday 13th July, 2022, to answer to Read more.
Attorney General Armour Departs For Overseas Trip, Stuart To Act As AG
Attorney General Reginald Armour will travel abroad for official business today until Thursday, June 14th, according to a statement from Read more.
Imbert: Turnout For Royal Caribbean Recruitment Drive Wasn’t Abnormal
An estimated 4,000 people turned up seeking the 2,000 job positions offered by Royal Caribbean last week, according to figures Read more.
Opposition Files No Confidence Motion Against AG Armour
The Opposition, through its MP Saddam Hosein, will file a Parliamentary Motion of No Confidence against Attorney General Reginald Armour; Read more.
MP for Naparima says the government has to compensate residents in Williamsville affected by flooding
MP for Naparima, Rodney Charles is calling on the Government to provide compensation packages for residents of Williamsville who he Read more.
One man dead after shootout with police
One man is dead following a shootout with police which occurred earlier today along Wrightson Road. The incident is said Read more.
PM Dr Keith Rowley Keith Rowley delivered a national statement at the IX Summit of the Americas
Prime Minister Dr the Hon. Keith Rowley delivered a national statement at the second plenary session of the IX Summit Read more.
Sylphill Home in Love in Tobago shut down by Children’s Authority
The Children’s Authority of Trinidad and Tobago has refused the application for the licence of the Sylphill Home in Love Read more.
Three arrested for drug trafficking
Three men who reside in Trinidad are expected to appear at the Tobago Magistrates’ Court today, after they were charged Read more.
Police arrest five men for ammunition and marijuana
Five men have been arrested and a firearm, as well as quantities of ammunition and marijuana, were seized by officers Read more.
Fifteen year old charged with Wounding with Intent to Cause Grievous Bodily Harm and Possession of a Weapon
A 15-year-old female student is due to appear at the Fyzabad Juvenile Court today after she was charged with Wounding Read more.
Creamery Novelties becomes an official sponsor of the Hero Caribbean Premier League (CPL) T20 Cricket Tournament
Diego Martin, Trinidad. June 09 2022. Creamery Novelties announced their sponsorship of the Caribbean Premier League (CPL) for three consecutive Read more.
Seventeen-year-old detained for fire at Child Support Centre
Eighteen children have been relocated by the Children’s Authority of T&T, following an early morning fire at one of its Read more.
MoE expels student involved in stabbing earlier this week
The Ministry of Education has taken the decision to expel the female student of Williamsville Secondary School who stabbed her Read more.
The TTPS need help to find two teen girls
Have you seen 14-year-old, RIHANNA MUNROE or 15-year-old, PRINCESS CASTELLANO? The TTPS is asking for your help to find them. Read more.
Sixty five year old man charged with murder
Sixty-five-year old WALLEY SINASWEEA is expected to appear before a San Fernando Magistrate today, charged with the murder of Dillon Read more.
Fourteen-year-old student expected to be charged with possession of marijuana for the purpose of trafficking
A 14-year-old third form student is expected to be charged with possession of marijuana for the purpose of trafficking after Read more.
Education Ministry warns students can be expelled for violent behaviour
Following the violent incident involving students from a secondary school in Williamsville, the Chief Education Officer has re-issued guidelines as Read more.
Another teen is missing
Another teen has gone missing. According to the TTPS, 16-year-old student, AARON FRANCIS of Church Street, Mathura was last seen Read more.
TTMS issues Adverse Weather Alert #2 – YELLOW LEVEL
A second Yellow Level Adverse Weather alert has been issued. It extends the period of increased rainfall activity until 8:00 Read more.
Two men charged for attempted robbery ending in death
Two men were arrested and charged by officers of the Homicide Bureau of Investigations (HBI) Region II following the shooting Read more.
TTPS need help to find sixteen-year-old girl
Yet another teenage girl has gone missing. According to the TTPS, 16-year-old student SHAMAYA ROODAL of Southern Main Road, St. Read more.
Police need help to find missing 12-year-old
The TTPS needs your urgent assistance to find YAZMINE THOMAS, of L’Anse Mitan Road, Carenage. Twelve-year-old Thomas was last seen Read more.
Police ask for help to find missing man
The TTPS is asking for the public’s help to find ANAND GAYADEEN. Gayadeen of Carapichaima was last seen around 10 Read more.
Yellow Level Adverse Weather Warning issued
The T&T Met Service has issued a Yellow Level Adverse Weather warning. The warning is expected to take effect from Read more.
Police seeking help to find 46-year-old Kumarie Ramlogan
The Trinidad and Tobago Police Service is seeking the urgent assistance of the public in locating 46-year-old, KUMARIE RAMLOGAN. According Read more.
The King of Soca book cover has been revealed
The King of Soca biography of Machel Montano by first-time author Elizabeth Montano is one step closer to publication. The Read more.
UNC Women’s Arm says there is no need for the Opposition Leader to apologize
The United National Congress National Women’s Arm has said that there is no need for Opposition Leader Kamla Persad-Bissessar to Read more.
Instagram to launch new Amber Alert system for missing persons
Instagram has announced that they intend to launch an Amber Alert system which will be used to share notices of Read more.
Police asking for the public’s help to find missing 13-year-old
Yet another teenage girl has gone missing. The TTPS is now asking the public for urgent assistance to find 13-year-old, Read more.
TTPS need help to find Kylise Romain
The TTPS is seeking the urgent assistance of the public in locating 22-year-old, KYLISE ROMAIN of Pinder Road, Tacarigua. She Read more.
TTMS issues Adverse Weather Alert, Yellow level
The T&T Met Service has issued an Adverse Weather Alert, Yellow Level, from 8 am on Thursday to 2 pm Read more.
Johnny Depp awarded $15 million in defamation lawsuit against Amber Heard
The bitter defamation case between Amber Heard and Johnny Depp has come to an official close after the seven-member jury Read more.
Kerron ‘Preeze’ Clarke granted $80, 000 bail on money laundering charges
The TTPS has confirmed that KERRON CLARKE, the founder of the Drugs Sou Sou (DSS), was granted bail in the Read more.
TSTT expected to retrench at least 468 workers
At least 498 workers have been served retrenchment letters from the Telecommunications Services of Trinidad and Tobago Limited (TSTT), today, Read more.
Water disruption in the Diego Martin area
The Water and Sewerage Authority has advised that there is an interruption in the pipe-borne water supply from 12:00 noon Read more.
Republic Bank confirms break-in at Couva branch
Republic Bank has confirmed that a break-in occurred over the weekend at its Couva branch. According to a statement from Read more.
Arima police investigating the kidnapping of a Venezuelan woman
An investigation has been launched by Arima police into the kidnapping of a 22-year-old Venezuelan woman at her Wallerfield home Read more.
Opposition Files Parliamentary Motion Against Hinds For “Degrading” Comments In House
The Opposition United National Congress has filed a motion of Privileges against National Security Minister Fitzgerald Hinds, for what the party Read more.
35 Covid-19 Cases In Tobago
Tobago reported 35 new positive Covid-19 cases in the last 24 hours.  Read more.
Suspect, 19, In Court On Murder Charge
Nineteen year old Ronaldo Assing will appear before an Arima Magistrate today, charged with murdering Josiah Maloney, of the same Read more.
TT Travel Pass To Be Discontinued From June 1st
The TT Travel Pass will be discontinued from June 1st, at which point travelers will be required to produce only Read more.
Mass Shooting In The US: Two Teachers, 19 Students Killed
Nineteen  students and two teachers were killed in a school shooting in Texas on Tuesday. The shooting happened at the Read more.
WASA: Point Lisas Desalination Plant Restarted
Residents in parts of Central and South Trinidad who have been affected by the planned shutdown at the Point Lisas Read more.
No Bail For ‘Bomber’
Kent Thomas was denied bail and remanded into custody when he appeared before the Princes Town Magistrates’ Court this week, Read more.
676 COVID-19 Infections, Single Death Reported Today
The Ministry of Health is reporting 676 new COVID-19 infections and a single death in its update this afternoon. Active Read more.
NP Warns Against Smoking At Service Stations
The National Petroleum Company, NP, is reminding members of the public of the dangers of smoking at it Service Stations, Read more.
Murder Accused In Court For Common-Law Wife’s Death
Jerry Horne, the common-law husband of Marva Sutherland, is due to appear at the Port of Spain Magistrates’ Court today, Read more.
Calypso Rose Announces New Album ‘Forever’
2022 will mark the return of the Queen of Calypso. Today, the 82- year old Trinidad and Tobago- raised musician Read more.
Mia Mottley Appears On Time Magazine’s 100 Most Influential List
Barbados Prime Minister Mia Mottley has been named as one of Time’s 100 most influential people for 2022, with the Read more.
Opposition To File Motion of Privileges Against PM in Parliament
The Opposition, through its MP Rudranath Indarsingh, will file a motion of Privileges against Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley in Read more.
345 Covid-19 Cases, Three Deaths
Trinidad and Tobago now has a record of 3,893 deaths, after another three patients succumbed to the virus according to Read more.
UNC’s Internal Election To Be Held June 26
Members of the United National Congress will vote for a new National Executive in the party’s internal elections on 26th Read more.
Zero Covid-19 Deaths Today, MoH Records 517 New Cases
Trinidad and Tobago’s record of Covid-19 deaths remains at 3,890 as the Ministry of Health reported zero new fatalities in Read more.
Senator Nakhid Pen Fifth Letter To DPP, Alleging PM’s Interference In Top Cop Process
Opposition Senator David Nakhid has now penned a fifth letter to Director of Public Prosecutions Roger Gaspard, calling on him Read more.
Tobago Records Single Covid-19 Death, 62 New Cases
An unvaccinated Covid-19 patient has succumbed to the virus in Tobago, taking the island’s death toll to 268. Meanwhile, with Read more.
Boy, 16 Pleads Guilty To Drug Trafficking In School
A 16-year-old student was granted $7,500 bail with a surety by the Port-of-Spain Children’s Court yesterday after being charged with Read more.
423 Covid-19 Cases, Four Deaths Today
Trinidad and Tobago now has a record of 3,890 deaths, after another four patients succumbed to the virus according to Read more.
Imbert Declines To Speak About Proposed 2% Wage Increase For Public Servants
Asked in the Senate on Friday morning to provide a rationale for the Chief Personal Officer’s offer of a two Read more.
Fourth Covid-19 Booster Doses Available From Today
The Ministry of Health begins administration of fourth Covid-19 Pfizer booster shots today. The program is available for the over Read more.
61 New Covid-19 Cases In Tobago
Tobago’s active Covid-19 case load is now at 518, as the island records 61 new infections in its update this Read more.
Kymani To Be Laid To Rest Today
Two year old Kymani Francis will be laid to rest this morning. The toddler’s body was found in the Guapo Read more.
RIHANNA AND A$AP ROCKY WELCOME BABY BOY
Rihanna has given birth to a baby boy, First child with A$ap Rocky. Sources with direct knowledge have said that Read more.
Tipsy 2022: Burna Boy To Headline Tipsy All White Party in Barbados for Crop Over
The Grammy-winning Nigerian artist, who is on the cover of the latest issue of Billboard magazine, will be the first Read more.
33 New Covid-19 Cases In Tobago
Tobago records 33 new Covid-19 infections in its update this morning and thankfully no new deaths. Active cases on the Read more.
Catholic Church To Investigate Abuse In Children’s Homes
The Roman Catholic Church in Trinidad and Tobago says it will move to investigate allegations of abuse at children’s homes Read more.
Covid Matters: In-Person Activities At Sangre Grande District Court Suspended
In-person activities at the Sangre Grande District Court have been suspended temporarily, in order to investigate the COVID-19 status of Read more.
509 Covid-19 Cases, Three Additional Deaths
Trinidad and Tobago now has a record of 3,881 deaths, after another three patients succumbed to the virus according to Read more.
PM Heads To Guyana For Regional Forum On Agriculture
Official Government Statement: Prime Minister Dr the Hon. Keith Rowley will depart for Guyana today (Tuesday 17th May, 2022) where Read more.
Four Covid-19 Deaths, 344 New Cases
Trinidad and Tobago now has a record of 3,878 deaths, after another four patients succumbed to the virus according to Read more.
Emergency Shutdown At Navet Water Treatment Plant
Residents in parts of South-East Trinidad served by the Navet Water Treatment Plant, who may be experiencing low water pressures Read more.
Grenadians Head To The Polls Next Month, PM Keith Mitchell To Contest Election For Final Time
Grenada’s Parliament will be dissolved on Monday, paving the way for the island to hold elections on June 23rd, as Read more.
Government Secures Preferred Bidder For Sale of Petrotrin Refinery
After returning to the open market to find a suitable entity to purchase the Petrotrin Refinery, government is now in Read more.
Rainy Season Begins Today
The Trinidad and Tobago Meteorological Service has officially declared the start of the 2022 Wet Season for Trinidad and Tobago. Read more.
Murder In Tobago
The country’s latest murder was reported in Tobago overnight. Nkosi Bovell, also known as Fari Dan, was liming at Dutch Read more.
PM: “No Position For Me To Take On Special Branch Report”
Prime Minister Dr. Keith Rowley has said a Special Branch police report is no form of evidence before a court Read more.
T&T Featured In Documentary, “Bigger Than Africa” Set To Debut On Netflix, May 13th
Motherland Productions’ “Bigger Than Africa” premieres on Netflix, May 13th 2022. “Bigger Than Africa” is the first feature documentary film Read more.
Diego Martin Tragedy: Another Woman Is Killed
Homicide investigators were called to  Blue Basin, Diego Martin this morning where a woman was killed during what is believed Read more.
Man, 19, In Court On Murder Charge
A 19-year-old man is expected to appear before the Arima Magistrates’ Court today  charged with the death of 45-year-old Junior Read more.
584 Covid-19 Cases, Two Deaths Recorded Today
There have been 584 new Covid-19 infections reported by the Ministry of Health this afternoon, in addition to two deaths. Read more.
55 New Covid-19 Cases In Tobago
Tobago records 55 new Covid-19 cases in its update today, putting active cases on the island at 574. Read more.
Kymani’s Body Is Found
A tragic end as the body of two year old Kymani Francis was found in the Guapo River this morning, Read more.
Active Covid-19 Cases Surpass 9,000 As 754 More Test Positive
Trinidad and Tobago now has a record of 3,847 deaths, after another two patients succumbed to the virus according to Read more.
Food Support Program Still Under Review
Official Government Statement The Ministry of Social Development and Family Services reminds the public that the review of its Food Read more.
Chamber Condemns Murder Of Chaguanas Businessman
The Trinidad and Tobago Chamber of Industry and Commerce has condemned the murder of Chaguanas businessman Darryl Dindial, expressing concern Read more.
Two Senior Cops Charged In TTPS Firearms Probe
In the latest development in a months long probe into corruption within the Firearms Unit of the Trinidad and Tobago Read more.
Zero Covid-19 Deaths Today, MoH Records 531 New Infections
Trinidad and Tobago’s death toll remains at3,845 as no new fatalities were reported by the Ministry of Health on Friday. Read more.
Montrose Residents Stage Fiery Protest Over Killing Of Chaguanas Businessman
A Chaguanas businessman is this country’s latest murder victim. Darryl Dindial, owner of Dindial Auto located in Montrose, Chaguanas, was Read more.
418 Covid-19 Cases, Two Deaths
Trinidad and Tobago now has a record of 3,8677 deaths, after another twp patients succumbed to the virus according to Read more.
$350K Bail For SRP Charged With Misbehavior in Public Office
Special Reserve Police Officer John Blackman was granted $350,000 bail when he appeared before a Port of Spain Magistrate charged Read more.
52 More Test Covid-19 Positive In Tobago
Fifty-two new Covid-19 cases have been detected in Tobago, with the island’s Health Division reporting 523 active cases this morning, Read more.
DOUBLE MURDER: Mother, Son Killed In Curepe Shooting
A double murder was recorded overnight, in which a mother and son were the victims. Thirty-six year old Kwesi Parris Read more.
Advertisements for Police Commissioner, Deputy CoP To Be Issued Next Month
Advertisements for the post of  Police Commissioner and Deputy CoP could be issued as early as next month, restarting the Read more.
Slow Increase In Covid-19 Hospitalizations As MoH Records 555 New Cases Today
The Ministry of Health reported on Wednesday afternoon that there are now 194 Covid-19 patients receiving hospital care- an increase Read more.
Five New Covid-19 Cases In Tobago
In its Covid-19 update on Wednesday, Tobago recorded five new cases of the virus, taking the island’s active case load Read more.
Minister Cox Meets With Acting Top Cop To Devise Plan For Families Affected By Crime
Minister of Social Development and Family Services Donna Cox met on Tuesday with Acting Commissioner of Police, Mr Mc Donald Read more.
347 New Covid-19 Cases, Five More Patients Die
Trinidad and Tobago now has a record of 3,838 deaths, after another five patients succumbed to the virus according to Read more.
Boy, 15, Detained In Connection With Gun Find
A 15-year-old boy is one of seven people arrested over the holiday, weekend as cops seized seven illegal guns along Read more.
A Fallen Tree Started It All: Report On Feb. Islandwide Blackout Laid In Parliament
The islandwide power outage which affected Trinidad on February 16th was triggered by a fallen tree, according to a report Read more.
Tobago Records 95 Covid Cases, Single Death
Tobago’s Covid-19 cases sees a spike as the Health the Division reports 95 new cases in its update today. Meanwhile Read more.
BVI Premier, Senior Port Official Nabbed In US Drug Trafficking Case
Andrew Fahie is expected to appear before a Miami Federal Court this afternoon after being arrested for alleged drug smuggling Read more.
802 More Covid-19 Cases Pushes Active Cases Over 8,000
The Ministry of Health continued recording an increased number of Covid-19 cases on Thursday, with 802 more people testing positive Read more.
Emergency Repairs At Maraval Water Treatment Plant
A defective pump at the Maraval Water Treatment Plant is the cause for some residents currently experiencing a disruption in Read more.
Three Covid-19 Cases In Tobago
After recording 63 Covid-19 cases on Wednesday, Tobago is reporting just three new positive cases in its update this morning. Read more.
Daughter In Court Charged With Mom’s Murder
The daughter of 62 year old Sita Jagessar will virtually appear in court this morning, charged with her mother’s murder. Read more.
CXC Postpones This Year’s Exams By Three Weeks
CSEC and CAPE examinations will now begin on May 23rd, as the Caribbean Examinations Council (CXC) announces a three week Read more.
543 New Cases, Two Covid-19 Deaths Today
The Ministry of Health reports an additional 543 new cases on Wednesday afternoon, with active cases now at 7,637. This Read more.
US Embassy To Be Relocated
The United States Embassy has issued a statement following reports which suggested that is purchasing Country Club in Maraval, saying Read more.
Double Murder In Couva
A double murder recorded in Couva on Tuesday night has pushed the country’s homicide toll to 171. Twenty-five year old Read more.
576 More Test Covid Positive
Another 576 cases have been reported by the Health Ministry this afternoon, with hospitalizations moving from 153 to 165 over Read more.
Cops Investigate As Third Body Found Down Precipice Along North Coast Road
In under 24 hours, a third body has been discovered down a precipice along the North Coast Road. The Hunters Read more.
Yellow Level Adverse Weather Alert In Effect
A Yellow Level Adverse Weather alert is in effect until 6 o’clock tomorrow evening. During this period, the Met Office Read more.
ODPM Urges Caution Amid Thunderstorm Activity Across T&T
The Office of Disaster Preparedness and Management is urging motorists to practice extreme caution when navigating on wet roads, in Read more.
“FAKE NEWS”: MoE Rubbishes Rumor About Rotation For Classes
The Ministry of Education has dismissed as ‘fake news’, a social media post which claimed that a meeting has been Read more.
Covid-19 Cases Cross 7,000 As 458 More Test Positive
Another 458 Covid-19 cases have been reported by the Ministry of Health this afternoon. Active cases have once more crossed Read more.
J’ouvert, Parades Cancelled As Point Fortin Mayor Scales Back On Borough Day Celebrations
Days after unveiling a calendar of events for Borough Day celebrations in Point Fortin, Mayor Saleema Thomas has announced that Read more.
204 Covid-19 Cases, Single Death
Trinidad and Tobago now has a record of 3,813 deaths, after one patient succumbed to the virus according to Sunday’s Read more.
Former PNM Assemblyman Involved In Accident
Shomari Hector, the former PNM Tobago Assemblyman was hospitalized on Sunday morning after being involved in a car crash in Read more.
Nine Covid-19 Cases In Tobago
In its Covid-19 update on Sunday, Tobago reported nine new cases of the virus and thankfully, no additional deaths. There Read more.
Three Covid-19 Deaths, 419 New Cases
Trinidad and Tobago now has a record of 3,811deaths, after another three patients succumbed to the virus according to Friday’s Read more.
PM: Government Has No Pegasus Software To Spy On Citizens
Prime Minister Dr. Keith Rowley went on record in the House of Representatives on Friday afternoon, denouncing Opposition allegations that Read more.
Additional Sailings of the T&T Spirit Next Wednesday
Official Press Release:  The Trinidad and Tobago Inter-island Transportation Company Limited (TTIT) wishes to advise the travelling public that there Read more.
Nineteen New Covid Cases In Tobago
In its Covid-19 update this morning, Tobago reports 19 new cases of the virus and thankfully, no additional deaths. There Read more.
PM Laments Rising Murder Rate
Prime Minister Dr. Keith Rowley has commented on the increase in murders over the past week, noting that “in recent Read more.
Police Officers To Be Posted At 15 Schools Across Country To Help Curb Violence
The Ministry of Education has announced that police officers are to be temporarily posted at 15 schools across the country, Read more.
546 New Covid-19 Cases Recorded Today
The Ministry of Health reported 546 new  Covid-19 cases on Wednesday afternoon, a further increase from Wednesday’s 405 positive cases. Read more.
Members of Commission of Enquiry Into Paria Diving Tragedy To Be Sworn Friday
Nearly two months to the day that five divers were sucked into an underground pipeline owned by Paria Fuel Trading Read more.
21 Murders In One Week As Two More Killed Overnight
T&T’s homicide toll has now climbed to 162, as another two people were killed in separate incidents overnight. In the Read more.
Significant Decline In Drug Related Court Cases Since Marijuana Decriminalization
  Since the decriminalization of marijuana in late 2019, there has been a 78 percent drop in the average number Read more.
Kieron Pollard Retires From Cricket
After a career that lasted more than 15 years, West Indies limited-overs captain Kieron Pollard has retired from international cricket. Read more.
A$AP Rocky Detained By US Police After Barbados Trip
Rihanna’s boyfriend, A$AP Rocky, soon to be the father of her child, was arrested  and handcuffed as he landed in Read more.
CAL To Begin Non-Stop Service Between Tobago and Barbados
Caribbean Airlines will introduce non-stop flights between Barbados and Tobago effective May 8th. “The addition of this new service is Read more.
MoH Records 405 New Covid-19 Cases, Single Death
Trinidad and Tobago now has a record of 3,807 deaths, after one patient succumbed to the virus according to Wednesday’s Read more.
Two Chinese Nationals Murdered In Petit Bourg
Cops were called to a home in Petit Bourg on Tuesday morning where the bodies of two elderly men were Read more.
WASA: Service Interruption In Parts Of St. James and Environs
People in St. James and environs who are currently without water will have to wait at least until 6 o Read more.
Six New Covid-19 Cases In Tobago
Tobago reported six new Covid-19 cases on Tuesday morning, with active cases on the island at 308. Of that number, Read more.
Cops To Patrol Protests Against Fuel Price Increases
Police will be on patrol today as several groups have announced plans to stage protests across the country over an Read more.
Three More Bodies Recovered From MV Fair Chance
Three more bodies have been found on board the Vincentian MV Fair Chance vessel, which overturned on the North Coast Read more.
Murder Suspect Detained Following Easter Monday Shootings
Police have apprehended a suspect believed to have been involved in the shooting deaths of two men and the wounding Read more.
All Students Return To The Physical Classroom Today
The new school term begins today and sees thousands of students returning to the physical classroom, many of them for Read more.
An Increase In Prices At The Pump
A further reduction of government’s fuel subsidy rolled into effect at midnight, resulting in higher prices at the pump. Motorists Read more.
T&T Records 400+ Covid-19 Cases Today
The Ministry of Health reports 449 new Covid-19 cases in its update this afternoon, however hospitalizations have dropped from 155 Read more.
Traffic Build Up In West Trinidad Due To Ruptured Pipeline
The Ministry of Works and Transport advises there’s a temporary traffic disruption along the Western Main Road, Cocorite, in the Read more.
Covid-19 Mass Vaccination Sites Closed For Easter Weekend
All Covid-19 mass vaccination sites will be closed over the entire Easter long weekend, reopening next Tuesday. The Health Ministry Read more.
COVID-19 UPDATE: 374 New Cases, Five Deaths
The Ministry of Health reports five deaths and 374 new cases in its Covid-19 update this afternoon. In the parallel Read more.
Post Mortem Ordered As Six Year Old Dies In POS
A police investigation has been launched into the death of six year old Zakariah Charles, who was found unresponsive in Read more.
Four Covid Deaths, 324 New Cases
Four patient deaths have taken the overall death toll from the virus to 3,787. Meanwhile, another 324 people have tested Read more.
Coconut Vendor’s Body Found On Manzanilla Beach
The body of 23 year old coconut vendor Amar Mohammed was found along the Manzanilla coastline on Tuesday morning. Mohammed’s Read more.
Tobago Records Single Covid-19 Death
The death of an unvaccinated patient in Tobago has taken the island’s Covid-19 death toll to 262. The Health Division Read more.
St. James Licensing Office Closed Today
Official Media Release The Ministry of Works and Transport wishes to advise the general public that the St. James Licensing Read more.
Dad Faces Manslaughter Charge In Teen Daughter’s Death
The father of 15 year old Alliyah Alexander is due to appear before a Couva Magistrate today,  charged with manslaughter Read more.
Three New Covid-19 Deaths, 125 New Cases
Trinidad and Tobago now has a record of 3,783 deaths, after another three patients succumbed to the virus according to Read more.
Cops Seize 22 Guns In 10 Days
Cops seized a record 22 guns in the first 10 days of the month, as a result of intelligence-led exercises Read more.
Ninety New Covid-19 Cases Today
Ninety new Covid-19 cases have been reported in Trinidad and Tobago on Sunday, while the Ministry of Health reported a Read more.
Paria Diving Tragedy: OSHA Denounces Claim That Chief Inspector Was Forced To Resign
The Occupational Health and Safety  Agency, OSHA, is denouncing a claim that its  former Chief Inspector  Shervon Ali was forced Read more.
MoE Makes An About Turn: Aaron and Ameerah To Receive President’s Gold Medal
Both Ameerah Beekoo and Aaron Subero will be awarded with the President’s Gold Medal for their performance in the 2020 Read more.
Five Deaths, 269 New Covid-19 Cases
Trinidad and Tobago now has a record of 3,779 deaths, after another five patients succumbed to the virus according to Read more.
Work Permits Extended For Re-Registered Venezuelan Nationals In T&T
OFFICIAL GOVERNMENT STATEMENT: The Ministry of National Security wishes to advise that the duration of the Work Permit Exemption granted Read more.
EMA Records Improved Air Quality Around Beetham Landfill
Official EMA Media Release: The Environmental Management Authority (EMA) continues to observe an improvement in the Air Quality Levels around Read more.
Finance Minister Announce Increase In Fuel Prices
Effective Tuesday April 19th, fuel prices will be adjusted. The announcement was made by Finance Minister Colm Imbert during Friday’s Read more.
Air Quality Improves From Hazardous Levels Following Beetham Landfill Fire
Official EMA Media Release: The Environmental Management Authority (EMA) has noted an improvement in the Air Quality Levels around the Read more.
Unvaccinated Patient Dies In Tobago
An unvaccinated patient has succumbed to the Covid-19 virus in Tobago, taking the island’s death toll to 261. The Health Read more.
Education Ministry: Senior Official To Blame For SEA Fiasco
The Ministry of Education is to review its practice of naming and awarding top performers of the Secondary Entrance Assessment. Read more.
North Coast Jazz Set For May
Good news for jazz lovers- North Coast Jazz & Heritage Festival comes alive next month. The event, now in its Read more.
Coast Guard Recovers Body On Board MV Fair Chance Vessel
Nearly five full days after the Vincentian MV Fair Chance vessel overturned on the North Coast of Trinidad, the Trinidad Read more.
MoH Records Three Covid-19 Deaths, 198 New Cases Today
Trinidad and Tobago now has a record of 3,773 deaths, after another three patients succumbed to the virus according to Read more.
Prison Officer Detained With Contraband At POS Prison
A prison officer with 29 years of service has been arrested at the Port of Spain Prison, after allegedly being Read more.
Beetham Landfill Fire
Commuters entering the capital city and those who work and reside in the vicinity of the Beetham landfill are advised Read more.
A Touching Farewell For Blaxx
It was a farewell service fitting for cultural royalty. The Grand Stand of the Queen’s Park Savannah was filled with Read more.
No Tobago Jazz Festival Until 2023
The Tobago Jazz Festival will not take place this year, but preparations are already being made for a return of Read more.
COVID-19 UPDATE: Four Deaths 283 New Cases Today
Four Covid-19 deaths reported in the Ministry of Health’s update on Wednesday have pushed Trinidad and Tobago’s overall death toll Read more.
26 New Covid-19 Cases In Tobago
Tobago is reporting 26 new Covid-19 cases in its update this morning. There are 16 patients in hospital, with active Read more.
Dad In Police Custody As Schoolgirl Dies After Beating
A police investigation has been launched after a 15 year old girl died at the Couva District Health Facility after Read more.
$100K Bail For Tobago Man Held On Child Pornography Charges
A 26-year-old Tobago man was granted $100,000 bail with a surety after appearing virtually before a Scarborough Magistrate yesterday, charged Read more.
Three Deaths, 321 New Covid-19 Cases Today
Trinidad and Tobago now has a record of 3,766 deaths, after another three patients succumbed to the virus according to Read more.
MP Padarath Asks For Update On Report Into T&TEC Power Outage
Opposition MP Barry Padarath is calling on government to reveal the status of an investigation into the 12 hour power Read more.
Fourteen New Covid-19 Cases In Tobago
Fourteen new Covid-19 cases have been detected in Tobago, with active cases on this sister-isle now at 359.There are 16 Read more.
Woodford Cafe’s Director Dies In Highway Crash
The lone fatality in a vehicular accident which occurred along the Uriah Butler Highway on Monday afternoon has been identified Read more.
Two Covid-19 Deaths, 138 New Infections
Trinidad and Tobago now has a record of 3,763 deaths, after another two patients succumbed to the virus according to Read more.
Virginia-Based Band SOJA Takes Home Grammy For Best Reggae Album
Sunday’s Grammy’s event saw the Virginia-based group SOJA walking home with the award for Best Reggae Album for their offering, Read more.
Covid-19 Death In Tobago
A single Covid-19 death has taken Tobago’s death toll from the virus to 260. The person was an unvaccinated patient. Read more.
Free Of Charge: KFC Reverses Condiment Policy
KFC is reversing a policy which introduced a $2 charge for condiments, announcing via a press release today that condiments Read more.
Covid-19 Safe Zones Lifted From Today
Effective today, April 4th, Covid-19 Safe Zones are officially no more, as the Public Health Ordinance has been amended to Read more.
Two Police Officers In Court On Bribe Charges
Two police officers have been granted bail amounting to $650,000 after appearing in court on six joint charges of misbehavior Read more.
Four Covid-19 Deaths, 299 New Cases
Four more people have succumbed to the Covid-19 virus according to the Ministry of Health’s Covid-19 update on Friday afternoon. Read more.
Seven Hospitalized Following Point Fortin Shooting
Seven men are all hospitalized after gunmen opened fire on the group as they were reportedly gambling in the early Read more.
27 Test Covid-19 Positive In Tobago
Tobago reports another 27 new Covid-19 cases in its update for today, however active cases on the island have dipped Read more.
Political? Chief Secretary Denies Allegation That Wife Of PNM Official Was Maliciously Booted Out of Post
Chief Secretary of the Tobago House of Assembly, Farley Augustine, is distancing himself and his party from allegations of political Read more.
Ministry: Smooth Sailing For 2022 SEA Exams
Thousands of Standard Five students across the country can now breathe a collective sigh of relief after sitting their Secondary Read more.
19 Year Old Among Two Men In Court For Gun & Ammunition Charges
Nineteen year old Nikolai Mc Intosh and 27 year old Solomon Harrigin will appear before a Port of Spain Magistrate Read more.
Fifteen New Covid-19 Cases In Tobago
With 15 new Covid-19 cases reported in its update today, Tobago now has 415 active cases of the virus, with Read more.
Three Covid-19 Deaths, 248 New Cases Today
There have been three additional Covid-19 deaths and 248 new cases recorded over the past 24 hours, according to the Read more.
Jada Breaks Her Silence
Jada Pinkett-Smith has communicated publicly for the first time since Sunday’s Oscars event, where her husband slapped Chris Rock in Read more.
Covid-19 Patient Dies In Tobago
Tobago reports a single Covid-19 death in its update for today, an unvaccinated patient. This island also sees 28 new Read more.
Beloved Blaxx: Condolences Pour In For The Late Entertainer
Condolences have continued pouring in for beloved entertainer Blaxx, who died on Monday after a battle with Covid-19. Crediting the Read more.
PM Rowley’s Call For Reparations
Prime Minister Dr. Keith Rowley has made a call for Britain to offer reparations to the descendants of enslaved Africans Read more.
Four More Covid-19 Deaths Today
The Ministry of Health has reported four additional Covid-19 deaths and 130 new cases in its update on Monday afternoon. Read more.
A Cultural Icon Is Gone: Blaxx Dies After Covid-19 Battle
Veteran soca artiste Dexter ‘Blaxx’ Stewart has died after a short but serious battle with Covid-19. The cultural icon had Read more.
All Students To Return To Pre-Covid Classroom Schedule From April 19th
All schools will be fully reopened on April 19th, including ECCE, primary, secondary and tertiary levels. Education Minister Dr. Nyan Read more.
Two Covid-19 Deaths, 290 New Cases
Trinidad and Tobago now has a record of 3,731 deaths, after another two patients succumbed to the virus according to Read more.
Government To Scrap Covid-19 ‘Safe Zone’ Vaccination Policy
From April 4th, Covid-19 Safe Zones will cease to exist in Trinidad and Tobago – marking a significant step as Read more.
35 Cases, Single Covid-19 Death Recorded In Tobago
One additional Covid-19 death has been recorded in Tobago, taking the island’s overall death toll from the virus to 255. Read more.
Two Men Charged With Murder
Two men are due to appear at the San Fernando Magistrates’ Court on Monday charged with murder. Hillister Byer, 25, Read more.
Two Deaths, 341 New Covid-19 Cases Today
Trinidad and Tobago now has a record of 3,729 deaths, after another two patients succumbed to the virus according to Read more.
Gary’s Political Ambition: “I’m Focused On The Office Keith Rowley Now Holds”
Former Police Commissioner Gary Griffith is no longer interested in holding office as head of the Trinidad and Tobago Police Read more.
Two Men Hospitalized Following Tunapuna Shooting
Two men are warded at the Eric Williams Medical Sciences Complex after being attacked by gunmen in Tunapuna last night. Read more.
Temporary Closure Of Golden Grove Road In Piarco
There will be a temporary road closure at the B1/2 Golden Grove Bridge, along Golden Grove Road, Piarco, from this Read more.
Prison Service Denies Video Of Inmate Recapture Was Staged
  Official Media Release: The Trinidad and Tobago Prison Service refers to claims circulating on the various social media platforms Read more.
Doubles Vendor Killed
  Doubles vendor Yansil Seeram was shot and killed in the Piarco area in the early hours of this morning. Read more.
Two Unvaccinated Patients Succumb To Covid-19 In Tobago
Two additional Covid-19 deaths have been recorded in Tobago, taking the island’s overall death toll from the virus to 253. Read more.
Young: Bidders For Purchase Of Petrotrin Refinery To Submit Revised Proposals Next Month
The four bidders for purchase of the Petrotrin refinery have been given until the first week in April to submit Read more.
Commission of Enquiry For Divers’ Deaths Down To Two Members, PM Reveals
The Commission of Enquiry set up to look into the deaths of four divers which occurred last month will only Read more.
PM: Cabinet To Receive OSHA Report Into Diving Tragedy
The Cabinet has no oversight into the investigation being conducted by the Occupational Safety and Health Agency, OSHA, into the Read more.
Three More Covid Deaths, 275 New Cases
Trinidad and Tobago’s active case load for Covid-19 infections drops again to 9,238, even as the Ministry of Health reported Read more.
Inmate Anthony Seepersad Is Recaptured
Official Statement from The T&T Prison Service: The Trinidad and Tobago Prison Service advises that the fifth escapee has been Read more.
WASA’s Transformation
A transformation of the Water and Sewerage Authority will go ahead after the Industrial Court dismissed the Public Services Association’s Read more.
Tobago Records 65 New Covid-19 Cases, Single Death
Tobago reports 65 new Covid-19 cases in its update this morning, however hospitalizations remain relatively the same with 18 patients Read more.
A Turning Of The Tide: PM To Review Complete Scrapping Of Covid-19 Restrictions
The country could soon see a scrapping of all Covid-19 restrictions, as government prepares to meet with health officials in Read more.
Two Covid-19 Patients Die In Tobago
Tobago records two new Covid-19 deaths in its update this morning- a vaccinated and unvaccinated individual. The island’s death toll Read more.
Tucker Energy “Shocked, Saddened” Over Zephaniah’s Death
The family of Zephaniah Harripaul has confirmed that the decomposing body found down a precipice in Maracas last week was, Read more.
Senator Nakhid Pens Second Letter To DDP Over PM’s Alleged Tampering With Top Cop Selection
Opposition Senator David Nakhid has penned a second letter to the Director of Public Prosecutions, calling on him to investigate Read more.
PRISON BREAK: Manhunt On For One Prisoner As Four Others Recaptured
Joint police and prison forces are still searching for prisoner Anthony Seepersad, who remains at large after breaking out of Read more.
Second Inmate Recaptured After Escape From Golden Grove
The Trinidad and Tobago Prison Service has confirmed that a second of the five escapees from the Golden Grove Prison Read more.
Four Covid-19 Deaths, 231 New Cases
Trinidad and Tobago now has a record of 3,716 deaths, after another eight patients succumbed to the virus according to Read more.
PRISON BREAK: Five Men Escape From Golden Grove, One Recaptured
The search is on for four inmates who escaped from the Golden Grove Prison in Arouca last night. A fifth Read more.
Off duty police officer foils robbery in Trincity
Quick work by an off duty police officer resulted in a 31-year-old man from Carenage being arrested following an attempted Read more.
“I Hold No Dominican Passport”: Attorney General Armour Addresses Concerns Over Appointment
Reginald Armour, SC, seeks to clear the air on his appointment as Attorney General of Trinidad and Tobago, given he Read more.
Five Deaths, 484 New Covid-19 Cases
Another five people have succumbed to Covid-19 over the past 24 hours, according to the Ministry of Health’s update this Read more.
Seventeen New Covid-19 Cases In Tobago
Another 17 people have contracted Covid-19 in Tobago, with the same number of people now hospitalized. Overall there are 444 Read more.
Boy, 15, Among Two Held With Ammunition
A 15 year old boy and a 20 year old young man have been arrested and a quantity of ammunition Read more.
Police need help finding 13-year-old girl
Have you seen 13-year-old, NEILAH KING? The TTPS is asking for your urgent help to find King who lives at Read more.
Sangre Grande Enhanced Health Centre to temporarily close on March 18
The Sangre Grande Enhanced Health Centre will be closed from 12:00 noon on Friday 18th March 2022 to 8:00 a.m. Read more.
Rambharat Resigns From Cabinet, Thanks PM For “Courageous” Appointment
Clarence Rambharat has resigned as Senator and Minister of Agriculture, as part of a major Cabinet shake up announced today. Read more.
CABINET SHAKE-UP: Faris Replaced As AG, PM Appoints Reginald Armour
A major shake up to the Cabinet as Prime Minister Dr. Keith Rowley confirms he has advised the President to Read more.
Health Officials See Small Rise In Covid-19 Cases Possibly Linked To Carnival
Health officials noted only a slight uptick in Covid-19 infections possibly related to recent Carnival celebrations, but epidemiologist Dr. Avery Read more.
Four Covid-19 Deaths, 242 New Cases
There have been 242 new Covid-19 infections confirmed over the last 24 hours, according to the Health Ministry’s update this Read more.
No Dollar Devaluation, Says Imbert
There’s no plan to devalue the T&T dollar. This is because, according to Finance Minister Colm Imbert, “There is absolutely Read more.
56 New Covid-19 Cases In Tobago
Another 56 Covid-19 cases have been recorded in Tobago in its update for today, taking the island’s active case load Read more.
Senate To Debate Proposed Changes To Immigration Act, Kamla Asks “Why Now?”
Senators will meet on Tuesday to debate a bill to amend the Immigration Act, as government seeks to expand from Read more.
FATAL SHOOTING: Two Schools In Central Closed Today
Students of the Jerningham Government Primary School and Cunupia Secondary School were sent home to do online classes on Tuesday, Read more.
Traffic Disruption between Maloney and Piarco Intersection
The Ministry of Works and Transport has advised that there will be a temporary traffic disruption along the Churchill Roosevelt Read more.
Foreign Affairs Minister Dismisses Opposition’s Criticism Of Immigration Act
Foreign and CARICOM Affairs Minister Dr. Amery Browne has rejected the Opposition’s claim that the proposed amendments to the Immigration  Read more.
UNC Senator Writes To DPP: Investigate PM
Opposition Senator David Nakhid has written to Director of Public Prosecutions Roger Gaspard, asking him to investigate alleged misbehavior in Read more.
Seven New Covid-19 Cases In Tobago
Tobago records seven new Covid-19 cases in its update for today and thankfully, no additional deaths. The island’s active case Read more.
Government Employee In Court on Misbehavior Charges
Jimboy Bruno, an employee of the Ministry of Agriculture, Land and Fisheries, is expected to appear virtually before a Port-of-Spain Read more.
Unvaccinated Covid-19 Patient Dies In Tobago
Tobago now has a record of 247 Covid-19 deaths after reporting a single death in Sunday’s update. Read more.
Professor Selwyn Ryan Dies At 86
Renowned author and social scientist Professor Selwyn Ryan has died at 86 years old, after being ill for some time. Read more.
Five Covid-19 Deaths, 325 New Cases
Trinidad and Tobago now has a record of 3,681 deaths, after another five patients succumbed to the virus according to Read more.
ERHA Addresses Nurse’s Sexual Harassment Allegations
Responding to videos circulating online in which a nurse makes a series of sexual assault allegations against senior officials at Read more.
47 New Covid-19 Cases In Tobago
Tobago now has 370 active Covid-19 cases after reporting 47 new cases in its update on Saturday.  See the full Read more.
Paria, LMCS Ordered To Halt Maintenance & Diving Operations
The Occupational Safety and Health Agency, OSHA, has issued Prohibition notices against Paria Fuel Trading Company and LMCS Limited in Read more.
TTPS need help to find 59-year-old man
Have you seen 59-year-old, KENNY MITCHELL? The TTPS needs your help to find him. Mitchell of Baptise Street, Gasparillo, was Read more.
PM Takes Private Barbados Trip
Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley travels to Barbados for a private trip today, where he will spend the weekend.  Minister Read more.
$50K Bail for Man Charged with Cruelty to a Child
A 51-year-old man was granted bail in the sum of $50,000 with a surety, when he appeared before Magistrate Aden Read more.
Minister Young Establishes Commission Of Inquiry To Investigate Divers’ Deaths
Justice C. Dennis Morrison, OJ CD QC will head the Commission of Enquiry to examine the circumstances which led to Read more.
Charge Laid Against Country’s First Omicron Case
A charge has been laid against Jonelle John, this country’s first confirmed case of the Covid-19 Omicron variant. The 33 Read more.
Police need help to find 14-year-old girl
The TTPS needs the public’s the urgent assistance as they try to find 14-year-old, LEAH OROSCO of Belmont Valley Road, Read more.
San Juan Man In Court For Murder
Thirty-nine year old Idris Mohammed, of Jo Jo Lane, San Juan,  is expected to appear virtually before a Port of Read more.
Eleven New Covid-19 Cases In Tobago
Tobago now has 306 active Covid-19 cases, after reporting 11 new infections in its update this morning.   Read more.
Commission Of Inquiry Set Up To Investigate Divers’ Deaths, PM Scraps Five Man Committee
A Commission of Inquiry is now to be set up to investigate the incident in which four divers lost their Read more.
LMCS Limited calls for full accountability for those that caused the death of four divers
The company which the five divers who were involved in the tragic accident at a Paria Fuel Trading offshore platform Read more.
Investigation launched into stabbing incident at Signal Hill Secondary
An investigation has been launched into a stabbing incident at the Signal Hill Secondary School. The investigation will be conducted Read more.
Kamla: Relaxed Covid Rules Are Attempt To Distract From Paria Tragedy
Meanwhile, the Opposition UNC is accusing government of attempting to distract the public from last Friday’s tragedy in which four Read more.
345 New Covid-19 Cases, Seven Deaths
Seven more Covid-19 deaths have taken Trinidad and Tobago’s death toll to 3,649, according to Friday’s update from the Ministry Read more.
PM Announces Relaxed Covid Protocols, Families Permitted To Travel Without Mask In Car
From next Monday, March 7th, families will be able to travel in their private vehicle without wearing a face mask, Read more.
Young: Resignation Of Paria’s Management “Premature” At This Stage, Investigation Will Guide Outcome
Saying he believes it would be premature, at this time, for him to call for the resignation of any member Read more.
Deon’s Final Farewell Today
Three time Olympian Deon Lendore will finally be laid to rest in his hometown of Arima this afternoon, after he Read more.
Five More Covid-19 Deaths, 546 New Cases
The Ministry of Health reports 546 new Covid-19 cases and five deaths in its update this afternoon. The active case Read more.
PARIA: Recovery Efforts Ongoing As Remote Cameras Fail To Locate Rishi’s Body
Efforts are ongoing for the retrieval of the body of Rishi Nagassar, the fourth diver who was sucked into a Read more.
T&T To Receive 75,000 Pfizer Doses On Thursday
A shipment of 75,000 Pfizer Covid-19 vaccines will arrive in the country tomorrow, courtesy the United States government. Just Monday, Read more.
Jacob Condemns Video Of Divers’ Bodies
Acting Top Cop Mc Donald Jacob has strongly condemned the taping and distribution of video showing the bodies of the Read more.
BET Jams to feature Soca Cypher tomorrow March 2
Soca is set to get yet another piece of the international spotlight as songbird Melly Rose, producer Stadic, and Producer Read more.
Police asking for the public’s help to find 12-year-old girl
Have you seen 12-year-old Aleah Ali? The TTPS needs your help in locating the child who was last seen at Read more.
OSHA Begins Investigation Into Death Of Divers
The Occupational Safety and Health Agency, OSHA, says in a statement today that it has begun its own investigation into Read more.
US Embassy Resumes In-Person Visa Interviews From March 2nd
The US Embassy will resume in-person interviews for visitor visas at the Consular Section of the U.S. Embassy Port of Read more.
Investigative Committee Set Up To Look Into Tragedy Involving Divers
An investigative committee will be set up to look into last Friday’s tragic incident which saw four underwater welders being Read more.
Paria In “Final Stages” Of Joint Recovery Plan With LMCS
It’s now been about 48 hours since four underwater welders have gone missing on Friday- and the Paria Fuel Trading Read more.
Body Of Missing Port Officer Found, Vehicle Recovered
Port Authority police officer Devon Lewis, who went missing two days ago, has been found. His body was found inside Read more.
Search Continues For Missing Divers, Energy Minister To Visit Families
With more than 24 hours having passed, the Paria Fuel Trading Company says it is continuing its operation with respect Read more.
MoH: Temporary Suspension In Administration Of Pfizer Doses As Current Stock Expires Monday
Government’s current storage of Pfizer Covid-19 vaccines will expire on Monday, meaning there will be no doses available for administration Read more.
41 New Covid-19 Cases In Tobago
Tobago currently has 310 active Covid-19 cases after the island’s Health Division reported 41 new infections on Saturday. Read more.
Greater Tunapuna Chamber of Industry and Commerce and Sure Foundation to distribute 12,500 free seedlings
The Greater Tunapuna Chamber of Industry and Commerce (GTCIC) in collaboration with SureFoundation has announced that they will be distributing Read more.
Five More Covid-19 Deaths, 638 New Cases
Trinidad and Tobago now has a record of 3,608 deaths, after another five patients succumbed to the virus according to Read more.
Business Chamber Condemns ‘Barbaric’ Murder Of Westmoorings Businesswoman
The Trinidad and Tobago Chamber of Industry and Commerce calls on Prime Minister Dr. Keith Rowley, as head of the Read more.
CARICOM Condemns Russia’s Attack On Ukraine
CARICOM has strongly condemned the military attacks and invasion of Ukraine by the Russian Federation, calling for the immediate and Read more.
Bandits In Westmoorings Home Invasion Had 21 Criminal Charges Before The Court, Ag. Top Cop Reveals
The two bandits killed in Thursday’s home invasion at Cherry Crescent, Westmoorings, had a total of 21 criminal charges between Read more.
Bandits Killed In Westmoorings, Woman Also Fatally Shot
Two suspected bandits were killed in the Westmoorings area on Thursday morning, while a woman was also fatally shot during Read more.
Russia Unleashes Forces On Ukraine
Tensions between Russia and Ukraine escalated overnight, as Russian forces launched a major military assault on Ukraine, with reports of Read more.
Fourteen More Covid Deaths, 722 New Cases
Trinidad and Tobago now has a record of 3,596 deaths, after another 14 patients succumbed to the virus according to Read more.
Not So Fast: Prison Service Retracts Statement Naming Deopersad Ramoutar As Acting Commissioner
Hours after the Trinidad and Tobago Prison Service named Deopersad Ramoutar the new Acting Commissioner of Prisons, it retracted the Read more.
Deopersad Ramoutar Is New Acting Prisons Commissioner
NOTICE: The statement below has since been retracted as the T&T Prison Service issued a follow-up release hours later, clarifying Read more.
Calypso Rose Cancels Tour Dates For France Over Health Concerns
Calypso Rose has announced the cancellation of her tour dates for this summer, telling fans that the virus and her Read more.
40 New Covid-19 Cases In Tobago
Forty new Covid-19 cases have been reported in Tobago over the past 24 hours. According to the Health Division’s update Read more.
Repairs To Collapsed Roadway At HDC’s Oasis Greens Site To Be Completed By End of March
Repairs on the collapsed roadway at the HDC Oasis Greens Housing Development in Chaguanas will take until the end of Read more.
Hasley Crawford Vaccination Drive-Through Closes This Friday
The drive-through Covid-19 vaccination site at the Hasley Crawford Stadium will end this Friday, February 25th, at 4pm. The North Read more.
Wife Survives Murder-Suicide Attempt As Husband Takes His Life
Thirty-one year old Vashti Seuraj-Sookram remains warded at the San Fernando General Hospital, after being chopped by her husband, David Read more.
Normal banking hours carnival Monday and Tuesday
Banking hours will remain the same on carnival Monday and Tuesday according to the Bankers Association of Trinidad & Tobago Read more.
Eight More Covid-19 Patients Die, MoH Detects 412 New Cases
Trinidad and Tobago now has a record of 3,582 deaths, after another eight patients succumbed to the virus according to Read more.
Fifteen-year-old girl missing
The TTPS is asking for the public’s help to find 15-year-old DESTINY GORDON of Bholai Trace East, Chase Village, Chaguanas. Read more.
Police need help to find 14-year-old girl
Have you seen 14-year-old NAOMI CAMPBELL? The Tunapuna Police is seeking the urgent assistance of the public to find the Read more.
PM Tells GECF Leaders: “Let’s Further Collaborative Efforts”
Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley joined other leaders at the Sixth Summit of Heads of State and Government of the Read more.
35 More Test Covid Positive In Tobago
Tobago reports 35 new Covid-19 cases today with active infections now at 279. There have been no new deaths on Read more.
Seven Deaths, 355 New Covid-19 Cases
Another seven people has succumbed to Covid-19 in T&T, in addition to 355 cases recorded over the past 24 hours. Read more.
Attorney General Tests Positive For Covid-19
Attorney General Faris Al Rawi has tested positive for Covid-19, according to a statement from his office.  Read more.
Voluntary recall of specified batches of baby formula issued by MoH
The Ministry of Health (MoH), via the Chemistry Food and Drugs Division (CFDD), has advised that there is a voluntary Read more.
No more time limits on beaches and rivers
The Ministry of Health has announced that from Monday, February 21 there will be no more time limits on visits Read more.
COVID-19 Vaccination Drive in Secondary Schools set to begin February 21
The Ministry of Health (MoH), in collaboration with the Ministry of Education (MoE), is expected to launch a COVID-19 Vaccination Read more.
MoH Clears The Air: No Deaths At Hospitals As A Result Of Wednesday’s Power Outage
The Ministry of Health is seeking to clear the air on reports that there were deaths in the public health Read more.
MoH Records 624 New Covid-19 Cases, Four Deaths
Another four people has succumbed to Covid-19 in T&T, in addition to 624 cases recorded over the past 24 hours. Read more.
Three Member Team Appointed To Investigate Power Outage, No Compensation Says Public Utilities Minister
A three member team has been appointed to investigate Wednesday’s islandwide power outage. Acting Prime Minister Colm Imbert says the Read more.
Vaccine Mandate Still Pending For Public Service, Says AG
After giving public servants a one month extension before introducing a vaccine mandate for the workplace, government is once more Read more.
Migrant Baby Yaelvis Laid To Rest
Yaelvis Jose Santollo Sarabia, the Venezuelan baby boy who was fatally shot in the head by T&T Coast Guard officers Read more.
PM Dr. Keith Rowley to attend the Sixth Summit of Heads of State and Government of the Gas
Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley is expected to leave the country tomorrow February 18 2022 as he heads to Doha, Read more.
Police searching for 17-year-old girl
The TTPS is asking the public for urgent assistance to find 17-year-old, SEEMA MAHARAJ. Maharaj is from Bath Street, Port Read more.
No five hour power outage expected tonight according to T&TEC
Another power outage is not expected tonight, February 17, as is being widely reported on social media. That’s according to Read more.
Five More Covid-19 Patients Die
Five more lives have been lost to Covid-19, according to the Health Ministry’s update this afternoon. This is in addition Read more.
Minister: “No Proof Of Sabotage In Islandwide Power Outage”
While an investigation into what exactly was the cause of Wednesday’s islandwide  shortage is yet to be completed, Public Utilities Read more.
Cabinet Appoints Independent Committee To Investigate Power Outage
Cabinet has agreed to appoint an independent committee to conduct an in-depth  investigation into Wednesday’s island wide power shortage. This Read more.
Kamla Condemns PM’s Silence During Power Outage
Opposition Leader Kamla Persad-Bissessar has slammed the government for its silence throughout Wednesday’s power outage, particularly Prime Minister Dr. Keith Read more.
WASA: Water Supply May Take 24-72 Hours To Normalize
Folks whose water supply was affected by yesterday’s power outage will, in some cases, have to wait 24-72  hours for Read more.
Power Outage Across Trinidad
The Trinidad and Tobago Electricity Commission is working to restore power to a number of affected areas across Trinidad, following Read more.
Deyalsingh Receives Final Report On Covid-19 Facilities
A final investigative report into the management of this country’s Covid-19 healthcare system has been handed over to the Health Read more.
National Calypso Monarch and National Extempo Monarch competitions officially cancelled
The 2022 National Calypso Monarch and National Extempo Monarch competitions have been cancelled. The decision came earlier today February 15 Read more.
Hinds: SORT Replacement Team To Have ‘Greater Accountability’
The National Operational Task Force which replaces the Special Operations Response Team of the TTPS will comprise specialized trained officers Read more.
Jowelle de Souza Sworn In As Senator
Jowelle de Souza has made history, being sworn in today as this country’s first transgender Senator. The businesswoman, social and Read more.
Tobago Records 11 New Covid-19 Cases
Tobago now has 340 active Covid-19 cases after reporting 11 new infections in its update today. Deaths remain at 238 Read more.
One dead and two others injured in daylight shooting in Port-of-Spain
A shooting in the capital city, Port-of-Spain has left one man dead and two others injured. Of the two injured Read more.
Water supply disruption scheduled for several areas in Diego Martin and Petit Valley
There will be a disruption to the water supply of customers in the Diego Martin area. According to the Water Read more.
Five More Covid-19 Deaths, 510 New Cases
Another five people have died from Covid-19 here in T&T, according to Monday’s update from the Ministry of Health.  With Read more.
Extempo Prelims Postponed
The National Extempo Preliminaries, which was scheduled to take place at Queen’s Hall, St. Ann’s this evening has been postponed Read more.
Six New Covid-19 Cases In Tobago
Tobago now has 387 active Covid-19 cases after the Health Division reported six new cases in its update on Sunday.  Read more.
Traffic disruption on the Uriah Butler Highway this weekend
There will be a temporary traffic disruption along the Uriah Butler Highway, Southbound, in the vicinity of the B 1/7 Read more.
Three granted $100,000 bail in connection with false Covid 19 immunization cards
The three people who were caught during a sting operation who are believed to be a part of a group Read more.
Buccoo Reef to be taken out of service Saturday, March 12 for dry-docking works
The Buccoo Reef will be taken out of service on Saturday, March 12 to undergo its scheduled dry-docking works in Read more.
SRP charged with and choking with intent to commit an indictable offence namely rape
A Special Reserve Police Officer was granted bail in the sum of $200,000 with a surety when he appeared virtually Read more.
In Tobago: Another Unvaccinated Covid-19 Patient Dies
Yet another unvaccinated patient has succumbed to the Covid-19 virus in Tobago, taking the island’s death toll to 238. The Read more.
Cops Detain Six With Fake Vaccination Cards
Official TTPS Statement: The Trinidad and Tobago Police Service (TTPS) continues to crack down on the conspiracy to illegally issue Read more.
WASA: Beetham Repair Works Deferred Again To February 18
Despite an earlier promise to have repairs to a sewer issue in Beetham Gardens completed by February 7th, the Water Read more.
“It Was An Accident”: PM Defends TT Coast Guard’s Shooting Death Of Migrant Baby
“It was an accident!” That’s how Prime Minister Dr. Keith Rowley responded to allegations made by the Opposition Leader, that Read more.
Three held for brazen daylight jewellery store robbery in San-Fernando last Saturday
Police have held three men following a manhunt for the four suspects believed to be behind the fatal shooting incident Read more.
Unvaccinated Covid-19 Patient Dies In Tobago
An unvaccinated person is Tobago’s latest Covid-19 fatality, bringing the total number of virus related deaths on the island to Read more.
Opposition Leader Calls For More Answers In Killing Of Venezuelan Infant
Opposition Leader Kamla Persad-Bissessar is demanding more answers from the Trinidad and Tobago Coast Guard, as it relates to the Read more.
Hinds: Police Investigating Shooting Death Of Venezuelan Baby
National Security Minister Fitzgerald Hinds confirms that a police investigation has been launched into the Coast Guard’s killing of a Read more.
UNC Retains Seat In Debe South
The United National Congress managed to retain its seat in the Debe South electoral district, with Khemraj Seecheran amassing 1,625 Read more.
Seven More Deaths, 573 Covid-19 Cases
Seven more people have succumbed to Covid-19 according to the  Health Ministry’s update today. And, 573 new cases have been recorded, Read more.
Fourteen-year-old boy missing
The TTPS is asking for the public’s urgent assistance to find 14-year-old, JEAL HYLES of Upper Bushe Street, Maitagual Road, Read more.
Successful return to physical classes according to the Ministry of Education
The Ministry of Education has noted that the return to the physical classroom for students, earlier today, February 7 was Read more.
MoH: “T&T’s Infant Mortality Rate Well Within International Standards”
Official Statement from the Ministry of Health: Trinidad and Tobago continues to record neonatal mortality rates (newborn death rates) well Read more.
PM, Chief Secretary Meet Again For Talks Today
Prime Minister Dr. Keith Rowley will meet with Chief Secretary of the Tobago House of Assembly Farley Augustine, at the Read more.
Students Return To Physical Classes Today
Thousands of students return to the physical classroom today, after nearly two years of only virtual learning. Students in forms Read more.
“Please, Don’t Risk Your Lives”: PM Appeals To Venezuelan Migrants After Baby Killed In Coast Guard Operation
Prime Minister Dr. Keith Rowley has offered his sympathies to the Venezuelan government and people, over the killing of an Read more.
Infant dies following TTCG pursuit of illegal vessel
The Trinidad and Tobago Coast Guard has revealed that an infant was killed during their pursuit of a vessel that Read more.
Water disruption in Central Trinidad
The Water and Sewerage Authority has advised that customers in parts of Central Trinidad, who get water from the Freeport Read more.
Investigations launched into Incidents Involving Local Government Representatives.
Police are investigating two separate incidents involving two local government representatives in the Cocorite community. They are also asking the Read more.
Man killed in brazen daylight robbery in San-Fernando
A brazen daylight robbery by four men in San Fernando resulted in the death of a jewellery store employee. According Read more.
Fifteen Covid Deaths, 581 New Infections
Fifteen more people have succumbed to Covid-19 according to the  Health Ministry’s update today. And, 581 new cases have been Read more.
PCR Machine At Sando Hospital Back In Service
The PCR machine at the San Fernando General Hospital is back up and running, after being down for more than Read more.
Twenty million approved for a “Taste of Carnival”
A 20 million dollar budget has been approved for a “Taste of Carnival” by the Ministry of Tourism, Culture and Read more.
CXC releases exam dates for 2022
The Caribbean Examinations Council (CXC®) has advised that the Caribbean Advanced Proficiency Examination® (CAPE®), Caribbean Secondary Education Certificate® (CSEC®) and Read more.
Bail Denied For Suspect On Human Trafficking, Gang Charges
Samuel Weekes, of Duke street, Port of Spain, was remanded into custody after appearing before the Chaguanas Magistrate Court, facing Read more.
Ten Covid Deaths, 638 New Cases
Ten more Covid-19 deaths have been recorded over the last 24 hours, in addition to 638 new infections. According to Read more.
Covid-19 Review Committee Inviting Feedback From Patients
The Committee appointed to investigate the factors contributing to the clinical outcomes of Covid-19 patients in T&T, is inviting patients Read more.
Two Covid-19 Patients Die In Tobago
Tobago has reported two Covid-19 deaths in its update today- one fully vaccinated person and one unvaccinated person. This takes Read more.
Mom of Two Gunned Down In Palmiste
The woman shot dead in her car at Coconut Drive, Palmiste, San Fernando on Tuesday morning has been identified as Read more.
11 More Covid-19 Deaths, 660 New Cases
The Health Ministry reports another 660 Covid-19 vases and 11 deaths in this afternoon’s update. Hospitalizations have slightly dropped to Read more.
Accident claims the life of a young mother
According to reports, a 31-year-old mother of one, Crystal George has died following an accident that occurred earlier today, February Read more.
La Brea woman missing since December
The TTPS needs your help to find 36-year-old, LEAH CORNWALL of Industry Lane, La Brea. She was last seen at Read more.
Kamla: How Will NCC Spend Budget For ‘A Taste of Carnival’?
Opposition Leader Kamla Persad Bissessar is calling on the National Carnival Commission to explain, clearly, how it plans to spend Read more.
Eight Covid-19 Patients Die, MoH Records 470 New Cases
Eight additional patients deaths have been reported n the Ministry of Health’s Covid-19 update on Tuesday afternoon, putting the overall Read more.
Double Murder In Fyzabad
A double murder was reported at Avocat Village, Fyzabad in the early hours of Tuesday morning. The deceased have been Read more.
Nine More Patient Deaths, MoH Records 359 New Covid-19 Cases
Another nine patients have succumbed to Covid-19 here in T&T, taking the overall death toll to 3,404. A young adult Read more.
PM Rowley: Digital Public Sector Could Aid In Stamping Out White Collar Crime
One of the long-term benefits of a fully digitalized public sector is the withering out of white collar crimes. So Read more.
Rihanna Unveils Baby Bump, Confirming Pregnancy With A$AP Rocky
Barbados born star Robyn Rihanna Fenty has a long list of titles to her name- she’s the 11th National hero Read more.
Man Detained In Connection With Christian’s Shooting
One man is in police custody in connection with last Thursday’s fatal shooting of 10 year old Christian Liverpool. The Read more.
WASA: Beetham Sewer Repairs On Track For Completion On February 7
The Water and Sewerage Authority advises that work on the final phase of the Beetham Sewer Pipeline Project is on Read more.
NCC To Unveil Official Events For 2022 “Taste of Carnival”
Chairman of the National Carnival Commission Winston Gypsy Peters will tomorrow unveil the complete list of events slated for “A Read more.
14 More Covid-19 Deaths, MoH Records 449 New Cases
A young woman is among 14 more people who have succumbed to Covid-19 in Trinidad and Tobago, according to the Read more.
Twelve New Covid-19 Cases In Tobago
Tobago now has 454 active Covid-19 cases after reporting 12 new infections on Sunday.  Of the 30 people in the Read more.
Cops Detain Two Of Four Suspects For Larceny Of TSTT Cables
Two men were held by officers of the Central Division after being found in possession of a quantity of cables Read more.
1,081 New Covid-19 Infections, Nine Deaths
Nine more people have succumbed to Covid-19 according to the  Health Ministry’s today. And, 1,081 new cases have been recorded, Read more.
Decomposing Body Found In Heights Of Aripo
Police are continuing investigations to determine the identity of a decomposing body which was found in the Heights of Aripo Read more.
Unvaccinated Covid-19 Patient Dies In Tobago
An unvaccinated person is Tobago’s latest Covid-19 fatality, bringing the total number of virus related deaths on the island to Read more.
Four Chinese Immigrants Detained In $8M Drug Bust
Official TTPS Statement: Four Chinese nationals were arrested and over $8 million worth of illegal drugs and a quantity of Read more.
Piparo couple granted bail after being charged with fraudulent use of an ABM card
The TTPS has disclosed that a Piparo couple was granted bail with a surety when they appeared before Justice of Read more.
Three men arrested trying to steal TSTT cables
Three men were arrested and charged by officers after they were caught red-handed, stealing a quantity of cable, which is Read more.
Gopeesingh Calls For Covid-19 Investigation Committee To Make Report Public
Former UNC Minister Dr. Tim Gopeesingh is calling for the report compiled by the Covid-19 review committee to be made Read more.
11 More Covid Deaths, 804 Cases
Eleven more people have succumbed to Covid-19 according to the  Health Ministry’s today, putting overall deaths at 3,358. And, 804 Read more.
COVID-19 UPDATE: 12 More Deaths, 680 New Cases
Twelve more people have succumbed to Covid-19 according to the  Health Ministry’s today. And, 680 new cases have been recorded, Read more.
Woman’s Body Found At Tobago Beach One Day After Being Reported Missing
The search for Vanna Girod came to sad end on Wednesday afternoon, as cops confirmed the woman’s body was found Read more.
Another Unvaccinated Covid-19 Patient Dies In Tobago
Tobago’s Covid-19 death toll is now at 226, after the island’s Health Division reported an additional fatality on Wednesday.  The Read more.
Beaches To Open Until 6PM From January 31st
Health Minister Terrence Deyalsingh has announced that Prime Minister Dr. Keith Rowley has given the okay for beaches to be Read more.
WASA: Beetham Repairs To Be Completed In One Week
The Water and sewerage Authority says work to repair a sewage problem in the Beetham community is expected to be Read more.
Trinidadian Actress Vanna Girod Is Missing
Local actress Vanna Girod, known for her appearances in local films including ‘Moko Jumbie’ and ‘Between Friends’, is missing.  Girod, Read more.
Opposition Fails In Bid To Quash Selection Process For CoP, Deputy CoP
Opposition Senator Wade Mark’s Motion which sought to scrap the current selection process for the appointment of a Commissioner of Read more.
Two Tobago men charged with sexual penetration of a 13-year-old girl
Two Tobago men have been ordered to have no contact with a 13-year-old girl after they are believed to have Read more.
Tobago gets a boost in Covid-19 testing capability
Tobago will soon be given a boost to its COVID-19 testing capacity following a donation of 15,000 antigen test kits Read more.
COVID-19 UPDATE: 602 New Cases, 15 Deaths
Fifteen more people have succumbed to Covid-19 according to the  Health Ministry’s today. And, 602 new cases have been recorded, Read more.
Minister: 60 CEPEP Workers “Temporarily Displaced”
Local Government Minister Kazim Hosein has refuted a newspaper report, published earlier this week, which claimed that two thirds of Read more.
Unvaccinated Covid-19 Patient Dies In Tobago
An unvaccinated patient is the Tobago’s latest Covid-19 death, taking the island’s overall death toll from the virus to 225. Read more.
Roadway failure at the Construction Zone on the Mosquito Creek
The National Infrastructure Development Company Limited (NIDCO) has confirmed that a slope of instability has occurred on a section of Read more.
Suspended police officer detained after high speed chase
Police have detained a 28-year-old police officer who was recently suspended from duty. He was taken into custody as they Read more.
High altitude and fitness challenges lead to Bolivia thrashing T&T 5-0
Photo courtesy TTFA Fitness challenges and a lack of playing time led to Bolivia thrashing the T&T Senior Men’s team Read more.
Police need help to find 11-year-old boy
The TTPS is asking for the public’s urgent help to find 11-year-old JOSIAH LYNCH, of Kingdom Avenue, Maturita, Arima. He Read more.
Permission granted for The Worldwide Rally to Freedom march at the Queens Park Savannah
Mr. Umar Abdullah has been granted permission by the TTPS to host and observe “The Worldwide Rally to Freedom”. The Read more.
T&T Hits New Daily Record With 1,259 Covid-19 Cases
One day after hitting a new record for the highest number of Covid-19 infections reported over a 24 hour span, Read more.
28 New Omicron Cases Detected
Official MoH Statement: The Ministry of Health advises the population that between the 18th and 20th January, 2022, twenty-eight (28) additional cases Read more.
Jeanine Brandt Set To Compete In Miss World Finals In Puerto Rico
Trinidad and Tobago representative Jeanine Brandt is among a total of 40 women who are now semifinalists for this year’s Read more.
Psychiatric Ward At Scarborough Hospital Temporarily Closed As Staffer, Patients Test Covid-19 Positive
The Psychiatric Ward at the Scarborough General Hospital has been temporarily shut down for sanitization, after a staffer and five Read more.
Judge Orders Four Men To Stand Trial In 6 Year Old’s Murder
Roughly five and a half years after six year old Paris Griffith was burnt alive at her Laventille home, four Read more.
West Indies congratulates Anisa Mohammed and Hayley Matthews
Anisa Mohammed and Hayley Matthews have been congratulated by the Cricket West Indies (CWI) on their impressive achievement of being Read more.
T&T Records Highest Daily Covid-19 Infections Since Start Of Pandemic
Two young adults- one male and one female- are among 18 Covid-19 fatalities reported by the Health Ministry this afternoon. Read more.
SAFE ZONE: Government Rolls Out Plans For Carnival 2022
Carnival 2022 is on, albeit in a different fashion, in keeping with the Public Health Regulations. The final decision to Read more.
Two Charged With Couple’s Kidnapping
Two men will appear in court today, charged with the kidnapping of husband and wife Narine and Mattie Maraj, which Read more.
Mia Mottley Wins Second Term As Barbados PM In Landslide Victory
For a second consecutive time in the country’s history, Mia Mottley has been elected as Prime Minister of Barbados. Her Read more.
Government In Negotiations For Supply Of Paxlovid, Anti-viral Covid-19 Drug
The government is still locked in talks with Pfizer BioNTech about the possibility of procuring its antiviral drug to treat Read more.
CDC Adds 22 Countries To Highest Risk Travel Category
Twenty-two countries have been elevated to the highest risk travel category by the US Centres for Disease Control and Prevention- Read more.
Traffic disruption between the Priority Bus Route and Maritime Roundabout
There will be a temporary traffic disruption between the Priority Bus Route and Maritime Roundabout including 5th Street, 6th Street, Read more.
MP Khadijah Ameen calls for consultations on Macoya Interchange
Opposition MP Khadijah Ameen is calling on the Ministry of Works and Transport to conduct the necessary consultations with the Read more.
918 New Covid-19 Infections, 14 Deaths
Another 918 Covid-19 cases are being reported by the Health Ministry in its update this afternoon.  This is in addition Read more.
Women’s Health Director Reverses Previous Position On Covid-19 & Menstruation, Admits There Are “Short-term” Effects
Women who experience changes to their menstrual cycle after taking a Covid-19 vaccine are being told that their symptoms will Read more.
WASA Notes Progress On Beetham Repair Works
The Water and Sewerage Authority, WASA, says in a statement today that the first of three manholes have been completed Read more.
Two More Omicron Cases Detected In Tobago
Tobago records two additional cases of the Omicron variant, bringing the total detected on the island to three. One of Read more.
Miss World T&T Clears The Air: Faris Is Not My Father
Miss World T&T, Jeanine Brandt, is putting to rest rumors circulating online which claim she is the daughter of Attorney Read more.
Barbadians Vote In General Elections Today After Injunction Thrown Out At High Court
Barbadians are out at the polls today to elect a new government. The High Court yesterday dismissed an application to Read more.
This year could mark the end of the worst of the coronavirus pandemic
If the world can come together to end vaccine inequality the worst of the coronavirus pandemic including deaths, hospitalizations, and Read more.
16 More Die From Covid-19, MoH Records 648 New Infections
Another 16 people have died from Covid-19 according to the Health Ministry’s update this afternoon, pushing the overall death toll Read more.
Miss World T&T Jeanine Brandt Breaks Silence Following ‘Beauty With A Purpose’ Controversy
After facing heavy criticism for her portrayal of this country on the international stage, Miss World T&T, Jeanine Brandt, has Read more.
Barbados Opposition Files Injunction To Stop Elections
The Opposition in Barbados, the Democratic Labour Party has filed an injunction seeking to stop the general election scheduled for Read more.
Man charged with larceny by trick granted $150, 000 bail
Forty-nine-year-old ANTONIO WHITTIER, of Market Street Extension, St. Joseph, was granted bail with a surety in the sum of $150,000 Read more.
Three candidates confirmed for Debe South Local Government Bye-Election
Nomination Day for the upcoming Debe South Local Government Bye-Election has ended. The Elections and Boundaries confirmed that three candidates Read more.
11 More Die From Covid-19, MoH Record 382 New Cases
Eleven more people have succumbed to Covid-19 according to the  Health Ministry’s today. And, 382 new cases have been recorded, Read more.
No Shortage Of Medical Drugs, Says Health Ministry
The Ministry of Health is dismissing as false, a newspaper report which claimed there is a shortage of drugs in Read more.
Suspects Killed By Police Following High-Speed Chase
Two suspected car thieves were shot and killed by police following a high speed chase on Sunday. Officers of the Read more.
Seventeen More Covid-19 Patients Die
Seventeen additional Covid-19 deaths have been reported by the Health Ministry on Sunday. And, 404 new cases have been recorded, Read more.
Have You Seen 14 Year Old Jenessa Prince?
The Trinidad and Tobago Police Service is seeking the urgent assistance of the public in locating 14-year-old Jenessa Prince. Jenessa Read more.
T&T Records 24 Covid-19 Deaths, 810 Additional Cases
Twenty-four additional Covid-19 deaths have been reported by the Health Ministry today. And, 810 new cases have been recorded, putting Read more.
Government Delays Vaccine Mandate For Public Sector
Government workers will now have until February 17th to ensure they are vaccinated in order to continue working, as Prime Read more.
Rivers Reopened, PM Extends Opening Hours For Beaches
From Monday, the public will be permitted to visit rivers once more, as Prime Minister Dr. Keith Rowley announced a Read more.
Tobago Record First Omicron Case
Tobago has now recorded its first case of the Omicron variant, a patient who has no travel history nor was Read more.
Tobago Records 33 New Covid-19 Infections
Thirty-three more people have tested positive for Covid-19 in Tobago, taking the island’s active case load to 1,258.  No new Read more.
MP Khadijah Ameen issues pre-action protocol letter to social media blogger
MP Khadijah Ameen’s legal team has issued a Pre-Action Protocol Letter to social media blogger Rhoda Bharath demanding that she Read more.
Temporary traffic disruption in Diego Martin
There will be a temporary temporary traffic disruption along St Lucien Road, in the vicinity of KFC, off the Diego Read more.
ID Card offices to open on Saturdays
Registration Area Offices and Sub-offices will now be opened on Saturdays, from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. by appointment only Read more.
T&T Records 22 More Covid Deaths, 800+ Cases
Twenty-two additional Covid-19 deaths have been reported by the Health Ministry on Friday. And, 853 new cases have been recorded, Read more.
First Triple Murder Recorded For The Year
Investigations are continuing into a triple murder which took place in Sangre Grande overnight. Gunmen opened fire on the three Read more.
Open air cremations allowed once again
Permission has once again been granted for open pyre/air cremations for Covid-19 victims. The Attorney General and Minister of Legal Read more.
Four more case of the Omicron variant confirmed
Four additional cases of the COVID-19 Omicron Variant of Concern have been confirmed by the Ministry of Health. That brings Read more.
PNM chooses representative for upcoming Bye-election for Debe South
Following a virtual screening, which was held earlier today, January 13, the People’s National Movement (PNM) have selected Ms. Judy Read more.
Young Woman Among 17 Covid-19 Deaths Reported Today
Seventeen additional Covid-19 deaths have been reported by the Health Ministry on Wednesday. The fatalities include one young woman, whose Read more.
ICU At 83% Capacity As More Covid-19 Patients Critically Ill
The parallel healthcare system continues to battle with large numbers of severely and critically ill patients, a trend which Principal Read more.
Fully Vaccinated Person Is Tobago’s Latest Covid-19 Death
A fully vaccinated individual isTobago’s latest Covid-19 death, according to the Health Division’s update this morning. In the hospital system Read more.
Boy, 16, Among Nine Suspects Held In Connection With Kidnapping Of Husband And Wife
A 16 year old is among nine suspects held in connection with the kidnapping of husband and wife Narine and Read more.
Ministry of Health confirms 18th Omicron case
The 18th case of the COVID-19 Omicron Variant of Concern has been confirmed by the Ministry of Health, today January Read more.
Police need help to find missing 41-year-old man
The TTPS is asking for the public’s urgent help to find 41-year-old CLIFFORD JOEL WILSON of St. Julien Village, Princes Read more.
Opposition MP Seeks To Clear Name: “I Played No Part In Selling Fake Vaccination Cards”
Opposition MP Khadijah Ameen has publicly addressed accusations she is involved in the distribution of fake Covid-19 vaccination cards to Read more.
Twenty More Die From Covid-19
Twenty additional Covid-19 deaths have been reported by the Health Ministry today. And, 543 new cases have been recorded, putting Read more.
No ‘Firm’ Decision Yet On Carnival 2022, Says Culture Minister
There’s not yet any firm decision regarding the hosting of Carnival type celebrations this year, according to Tourism and Culture Read more.
Police Sergeant Charged In Connection With Missing TTPS Galil Rifle
A Police Sergeant has been charged with two counts of Misbehavior in public office, in connection with a missing Galil Read more.
Floyd Is Back: Jamaican PM Reinstates Minister Who Resigned After Flouting Covid-19 Regulations
Floyd Green is back in the Cabinet led by Prime Minister Andrew Holness, just over four months after he was Read more.