US Supreme Court Judge Ruth Bader Ginsburg Dies From Cancer At 87
Hailed by many as a star champion of women’s rights, the passing of US Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg Read more.
Bar Owners Make Plea For Government Loans To Withstand COVID-19 Fallout
The Bar Owners and Operators Association of Trinidad and Tobago (BOATT) is asking government to come to the table to Read more.
There Were 217 New COVID-19 Recorded Today
The Health Ministry is reporting 139 new COVID-19 cases this evening, taking the number of active cases to 2005. Overall Read more.
TTPS Investigates Reports Of Teachers Being Verbally Attacked During Online Classes
The Trinidad and Tobago Police Service (TTPS) has commenced investigations into several recent reports from the Ministry of Education, of Read more.
COVID-19 UPDATE: 78 More Confirmed Positive, Eight Discharged From Hospital
The Ministry of Health provides the following update:  -Seventy-eight (78) additional persons have tested positive for COVID -19. The seventy-eight Read more.
Melly Rose Celebrates Debut Of “Body Good” on BET Soul
Trinidadian-born singer Melly Rose is hoping to empower black women to love themselves and tear down the standard that defines Read more.
Health Minister Provides Exemption To Clubs Which Support Sporting Activites
Official Statement from the Ministry of Health: The Minister of Health has granted an exemption to clubs which operate to Read more.
COVID-19 Death Toll Reaches 60 As Two More Fatalities Recorded, 98 More Test Positive For Virus
The Ministry of Health provides the following update:  -Ninety-eight (98) additional persons have tested positive for COVID -19. The ninety-eight Read more.
Government Renews Lease On Cabo Star Vessel For Additional Two Years
Cabinet has, on the recommendation of NIDCO, renewed the contract for the Cabo Star vessel for an additional two years. Read more.
Man Charged With Arson Attack On Ministry of Health Head Office
Official TTPS Media Release: A 27-year-old man of Turquoise Drive, Diamond Vale, Diego Martin, has been charged with maliciously setting Read more.
COVID-19 UPDATE: 655 Patients In Home Quarantine Recover From Virus
The Ministry of Health provides the following update:  -Nine (9) additional persons have tested positive for COVID -19. The nine Read more.
Another COVID-19 Related Death Recorded, 34 New Cases Recorded
The Ministry of Health provides the following update:  -Thirty-four (34) additional persons have tested positive for COVID -19. The thirty-four Read more.
Three Charged Following Glencoe Home Invasion
Two men and a teenaged boy who were arrested following a home invasion in Glencoe last Wednesday have been formally Read more.
Woman, 19, Among Two In Custody For Baby’s Kidnapping
Two suspects, including a 19 year old woman, remain in police custody in connection with the kidnapping of an eight-month Read more.
ACP Irwin Hackshaw Suspended With Immediate Effect
Assistant Commissioner of Police, Irwin Hackshaw, has been suspended with immediate effect. A statement from the TTPS confirmed that the Read more.
“Ending The Colonial Past”- Barbados To Become A Republic In 2021
Barbados is on its way to becoming a Republic, after Prime Minister Mia Mottley announced that the time has come Read more.
Another COVID-19 Death Reported, Seventy New Cases Takes Active Count To 2,426
The Ministry of Health provides the following update:  -Seventy (70) additional persons have tested positive for COVID -19. The seventy Read more.
PCA To Send Hackshaw File To DPP’s Office
Having completed its preliminary investigation into Deputy Commissioner of Police, Irwin Hackshaw, the Police Complaints Authority will forward the matter Read more.
Forty More Test COVID-19 Positive
The Ministry of Health provides the following update:  -Forty (40) additional persons have tested positive for COVID -19. The forty Read more.
FAKE NEWS: No Truth To Claims That Gary Griffith Resigned As Top Cop
Rumors claiming that Gary Griffith resigned from his post as Police Commissioner have been dismantled by the Communications Department of Read more.
Police Have Located “Private” Beach-Goer, Seize Phone And Laptop At Her Home
The Trinidad and Tobago Police Service has located a beach-goer who caught the attention of law enforcement and the general Read more.
Las Lomas Police On Hunt For Suspects Following Home Invasion
A stolen vehicle which was found abandoned along Mt. Moriah Road in Cunupia is now the main piece of evidence Read more.
Cops Kill Robbery Suspect, Guns and Ammunition Seized At Scene
A suspect in an attempted robbery was fatally wounded after shooting at police officers in Princes Town on Monday. Around Read more.
Another COVID-19 Patient Dies, Health Ministry Records 42 New Cases
The Ministry of Health provides the following update:  -42 additional persons have tested positive for COVID -19. The 42 positive cases reported Read more.
Another COVID-19 Patient Dies, 50 More Test Positive
The Ministry of Health provides the following update: The Ministry of Health regrets to inform the public that there is Read more.
T&T Nationals In Bermuda Marked Safe After Passage Of Hurricane Paulette, Says Foreign Affairs Ministry
Foreign Affairs Minister, Dr. Amery Browne says he has been personally assured by Bermuda Police that the estimated over 100 Read more.
Five Venezuelan Nationals Rescued After Getting Into Difficulty At Sea
Five Venezuelan nationals were rescued at sea, after the boat in which they were fishing experienced difficulties yesterday in Buccoo, Read more.
Griffith: I Wasn’t “Summoned” By PM
After attending a meeting this morning, called by Prime Minister Dr. Keith Rowley, Police Commissioner Gary Griffith is taking issue Read more.
Erin Farmer In Court On Gun Gang And Ganja Charge
An Erin farmer is expected to appear before a Siparia Magistrate today, charged with possession of a gun, ammunition, and Read more.
Health Minister On “Private” Beach-Goer : “It Is This Kind Of Stupidity That Will Crash The System”
“Are you going yo build an ICU in your house? I’m talking directly to that young lady¬† and those who Read more.
Justice Ronnie Boodoosingh Elevated To Court Of Appeal
Official Statement from the Judiciary of Trinidad and Tobago The Honourable Mr Justice Ronnie Boodoosingh was presented with his instrument Read more.
One More COVID-19 Patient Dies, 49 More Confirmed Positive
The Ministry of Health provides the following update: -Forty‚Äďnine (49) additional persons have tested positive for COVID-19. The forty‚Äďnine (49) Read more.
Health Ministry Records 23 New COVID-19 Cases
The Ministry of Health provides the following update: Twenty-three (23) additional persons have tested positive for COVID -19. The twenty-three Read more.
Great Race 2020 Is On For September 26th
Albeit with unique COVID-19 guidelines, fans of the Great Race can be comforted by the fact that the 2020 event Read more.
CoP Responds To PM’s Mandate, Pledges To Uphold Law Regarding COVID-19 Regulations
On the heels of Prime Minister Dr. Keith Rowley’s public mandate to the Trinidad and Tobago Police Service to exercise Read more.
Two More COVID-19 Patients Die, 26 More Test Positive
The Ministry of Health provides the following update:    The Ministry of Health regrets to inform the public that there Read more.
Another COVID-19 Patient Dies, 101 New Cases Reported
The Ministry of Health provides the following update:  The Ministry of Health regrets to inform the public that there is Read more.
COVID-19 Restrictions Extended Until October 11th
Reflecting on the fact that the country’s COVID-19 situation, though not catapulting out of control, has not flattened in the Read more.
PM: “Partygoers Must Bear Full Brunt Of The Law‚ÄĚ
The Police Commissioner has been given a mandate by Prime Minister Dr. Keith Rowley, to exercise the “full brunt of Read more.
WATCH: Union Rep Speaks Of COVID-19 Concerns At St. Ann’s Hospital
The North-West Regional Health Authority is being accused of attempting to deceive staff at the St. Ann’s Hospital, as it Read more.
Police Destroy Marijuana Plantation In Matura
A marijuana plantation consisting of approximately 3,000 plants inclusive of full grown trees and seedlings was destroyed by police officers Read more.
Health Ministry Records 67 New COVID-19 Cases
The Ministry of Health provides the following update:  Sixty-seven (67) additional persons have tested positive for COVID -19. The sixty-seven Read more.
Five More COVID-19 Deaths Pushes Tally To 50
Five more COVID-19 deaths have pushed the overall death toll to 50, for a total of seven deaths recorded today Read more.
Education Ministry Receives First Set Of Laptop Donations Through “Adopt-A-School” Initiative
Official Statement from the Ministry of Education: Students of four educational institutions will benefit from the first donation of devices Read more.
Cedric ‘Burkie’ Burke Confirmed Dead
Renowned Sea Lots community leader, Cedric ‚ÄėBurkie‚Äô Burke has died. Confirmation of his death came this afternoon, sending a wave Read more.
Suspect Killed By Police In Tunapuna
Official TTPS Media Release: One man was fatally wounded after shooting at a party of police officers in the Tunapuna Read more.
Jack Warner Provides Health Update From Hospital, Says He “Doesn’t Wish COVID-19 On His Worst Enemy”
Retired politician, Jack Warner is still at the Couva Hospital being treated for COVID-19. In a personal statement issued today, Read more.
NATUC Calls On Health Minister, CMO, To Address Reports Of COVID-19 Spread At St. Ann’s Hospital
The National Trade Union Centre, NATUC, is calling on the Health Minister and Chief Medical Officer to address what it Read more.
Ninety Minute Power Outage At EWMSC Due To Electrical Fire
An electrical fire at the Eric Williams Medical Sciences Complex last night forced authorities to transfer vulnerable patients to other Read more.
Met Office Warns Of Possible Thunderstorms Today
Prepare for some bleak weather this afternoon, as the Met Office has issued a Yellow Level Adverse Weather Alert, expected Read more.
Several Staffers At President’s House Test COVID-19 Positive
The President’s House is currently functioning with a skeleton of its staff, after several employees tested positive for the COVID-19. Read more.
COVID-19 Death Toll Reaches 45 As Two More Patients Die, 79 New Cases Recorded
The Ministry of Health provides the following update:  The Ministry of Health regrets to inform the public that there are Read more.
Three More COVID-19 Deaths Takes Toll To 43
The Health Ministry is reporting three additional COVID-19 related deaths, bringing the death toll from the virus to 43. The Read more.
Tourism Minister Congratulates TKR On Stunning Victory
More congratulations are pouring in for the Trinbago Knight Riders after winning the Caribbean Premier League 2020. Tourism, Culture and Read more.
Hooray! Trinbago Knight Riders Are The CPL 2020 Champs!
The Trinbago Knight Riders are the winners of the Caribbean Premier League 2020, also making history as the first team Read more.
Commissioner: Private Events Only Deemed “Public Gathering” If The Event Is Ticketed
Police Commissioner Gary Griffith has described the recent outrage over the alleged bias by the TTPS regarding the handling of Read more.
Man In Court For Murder of Venezuelan Woman
A man is expected to appear virtually before a Couva Magistrate today, charged with the murder of Venezuelan national, Joanna Read more.
Bar Owners Want Clarification On “Private Properties” Following Bayside Towers Incident
As public dialogue continues over whether an arrest can or cannot be made on private property for breaching the number Read more.
Fourteen Arrested In Early Morning Exercise, Cops Seize Firearm And Ammunition
Fourteen persons were arrested and one pistol and a quantity of ammunition seized by officers of the Northern Division during Read more.
COVID-19 Death Toll Reaches 40 As Another Patient Dies, 75 More Test Positive
The Ministry of Health provides the following update:  The Ministry of Health regrets to inform the public that there is Read more.
Four Teens Arrested Following Break-In At ECCE Centre
Four teens have been arrested after a break-in at the Chinapoo Early Childhood Care and Education (ECCE) Centre. The School Read more.
A Total Of 197 New COVID-19 Cases Were Reported Today
A total of 197 new COVID-19 cases were recorded by the Health Ministry today, pushing the number of active cases Read more.
Different Strokes For Different Folks? The Police Commissioner Doesn’t Think So
Questioned about the Trinidad and Tobago Police Service’s inconsistent treatment of persons found breaching COVID-19 regulations, Police Commissioner Gary Griffith Read more.
Foiled Robbery Attempt In Glencoe As Residents Nab Suspects
Three young men who allegedly set out to rob a home at Strathmore Avenue in Glencoe on Wednesday  afternoon are Read more.
T&T Receives Another PPE Donation From Chinese Government
Official Government Release:  Senator the Honourable Dr. Amery Browne, Minister of Foreign and CARICOM Affairs, presented the Honourable Terrence Deyalsingh, Read more.
Health Ministry records 102 New COVID-19 Cases
The Ministry of Health provides the following update:  One hundred and two (102) additional persons have tested positive for COVID Read more.
COVID-19 Death Toll Reaches 39, 44 New Cases Recorded
  The forty-four (44) positive cases reported below show results from samples taken during the period August 28th¬†to September 8th, Read more.
CEPEP Chairman Says Published Financial Documents Were An “Accounting Error”
In response to an article published in  the Guardian Newspaper which revealed allegations of money mischief at CEPEP Limited, the Read more.
Teen In Court Charged With Murdering Elderly Woman
A 16-year-old boy of the Eastern Division is expected to appear before a Magistrate virtually today, charged with the August Read more.
Melé Cruise Postponed Until 2022, Machel Montano Announces
Machel Montano has announced that his Melé soca cruise will be postponed until 2022. Montano made the revelation via  a video Read more.
Bail Denied For Man, 28, Charged With Raping Woman, 74
A 28-year-old man was denied bail when he appeared before Magistrate Aden Stroude at the Siparaia First Magistrates’ Court yesterday, Read more.
Seventy More Test COVID-19 Positive, Health Ministry Records One More Death
Seventy new confirmed COVID-19 cases took Trinidad and Tobago’s tally to 2,347 on Tuesday morning, with 1,566 of those cases Read more.
Chatting With A 4-Year-Old Author On World Literacy Day!
It’s World Literacy Day 2020! I suppose now would be a good time to insert the infamous “If you can Read more.
Two More COVID-19 Deaths Takes Toll To 37, Health Ministry Records 23 New Cases
The Ministry of Health recorded three new COVID-19 related deaths today, with the last two patients reported in the evening Read more.
October 5th Is Budget Day!
Finance Minister Colm Imbert will present the 2020/2021 national budget on Monday, October 5th.  See the official statement: Read more.
Health Ministry Records Additional COVID-19 Death, Four More Test Positive For Virus
The Ministry of Health has confirmed that another COVID-19 has died, pushing the death toll to 35. The patient is Read more.
JLP Candidate To Approach Courts After Losing Seat In Election Recount
Jamaican Labour Party candidate, Daniel Lawrence, will approach the Magistrates Court requesting a second recount of last Thursday’s election¬† results, Read more.
Autopsy To Be Conducted After Missing Venezuelan Found In Cesspit
An autopsy is expected to be conducted on Monday to determine the exact cause of death of a Venezuelan woman Read more.
Ten More Test Positive For COVID-19, Seven Patients Discharged From Hospital
The Ministry of Health provides the following update:  -Four (4) additional persons have tested positive for COVID -19. All established Read more.
Thirty-Second COVID-19 Patient Dies, 88 More Test Positive For Virus
The Ministry of Health has reported hat a second COVID-19 patient died on Saturday, bringing the national death toll from Read more.
Thirty-Two Police Recruits Test Positive For COVID-19
Official TTPS Statement: Thirty-two police recruits attached to the Police Academy, St James, have been tested positive for the Covid-19 Read more.
Cops Arrest 12 Found Liming At Marabella Bars
Twelve persons were arrested and charged for the offence of the gathering of more than five persons in a public Read more.
WATCH: Here’s What You Need To Know About Government’s New Travel Exemption Policy
Government has introduced what it refers to as a new “liberal” exemption policy to allow easier access for Trinidad and Read more.
COVID-19 Death Toll Increases To 32, Health Ministry Records 102 New Cases
The Ministry of Health provides the following update:  One hundred and two (102) additional persons have tested positive for COVID-19. Read more.
Imbert: Government Already Planned To Remove Taxes On Laptops
In keeping with a promise listed in the People’s National Movement’s 2020 General Election manifesto, taxes have been lifted from Read more.
5.5 Magnitude Earthquake Felt In Parts Of North West Trinidad
A 5.5 magnitude earthquake was recorded at 8:57pm on Friday off the North-West coast of Trinidad.  See the initial report from Read more.
Opposition Calls on Government To Remove Taxes On Laptops For School Children
Given the first term of the 2020/2021 academic year is being carried out online, the Opposition is calling on government Read more.
Venezuelan Woman Reported Missing
The Trinidad and Tobago Police Service are actively searching for 33-year-old Joann Diaz. Joann was last seen at her Buen Read more.
Second COVID-19 Patient Dies Today, 10 More Test Positive
A second COVID-19 patient has died today, bringing the overall death toll from the virus to 31. The person is Read more.
Inmate In Remand Since 2018 Found Hanging In Cell
An inmate who spent the last two years in Remand pending the end of a trial for a kidnapping charge, Read more.
Kamla Congratulates Jamaican PM On Landslide Election Victory
Opposition Leader Kamla Persad-Bissessar has extended congratulations to Jamaica’s Prime Minister on the Jamaica Labour Party’s resounding win in Thursday’s Read more.
Security Guard Arrested Following Shooting Incident; Victim Hospitalized
Official Statement from the TTPS: Ste Madeleine police arrested a 34-year-old security guard earlier today following a shooting incident at Read more.
Another Person Dies From COVID-19, Health Ministry Records 46 New Cases
The number of deaths related to COVID-19 now stands at 30, as the Ministry of Health reported in its morning Read more.
Andrew Holness Re-elected As Prime Minister of Jamaica
The Jamaican Labour Party will once more form the government in Jamaica- this time with significantly more footing, having declared Read more.
COVID-19 Death Toll At 29 As One More Patient Dies
The Ministry of Health has recorded an additional COVID-19 related death.  In its evening update, it said the patient is Read more.
Education Ministry Delivers Laptops To ECCE & Special Learning Centres
The Ministry of Education has provided 70 laptops for use by ECCE teachers, while 98 laptops were made available to Read more.
Prison Officer Caught Trying To Smuggle In Cigarettes For Inmates
A Prison Officer was arrested for possession of prohibited items by officers of the Arouca Criminal Investigations Department after they Read more.
Jack Warner Tests COVID-19 Positive
Jack Warner has tested COVID-19 positive and is currently receiving treatment for the virus. Reports that the 77 year old Read more.
Health Ministry Records 21 New COVID-19 Cases
Twenty-one new patients have tested positive for COVID-19, bringing the total number of active cases to 1,213.  Meanwhile, nine patients Read more.
Prisons Commissioner Dispels “Mischievous” Report About Escapees
The Trinidad and Tobago Prison Service has dismissed a claim circulating via social media and which was broadcasted by CCN Read more.
Top Cop: “We Will Be Flexible With Mask Law”
Police Commissioner, Gary Griffith, says while his officers will enforce the recently passed mandatory mask wearing law, they will do Read more.
81 More Test COVID-19 Positive
The Health Ministry records 81 new COVID-19 cases in its evening update, bringing the number of cases recorded for today, Read more.
KES Releases Live Album, ‚ÄúWe Home‚ÄĚ
For the first time in over five years, KES has delivered their first new full-length album with the live project “We Read more.
Chaguanas Welcomes New Mayor
Faaiq Mohammed is the new Mayor of Chaguanas.  Mr Mohammed, 32, served as deputy mayor under Vandana Mohit who contested and won the Chaguanas East seat in the general elections.  Read more.
AG Urges Population To Stop Using “Smartman-ism” To Get Out Of Wearing Masks
“It‚Äôs not a time to be as novel as you can be in every exception as to why the law Read more.
Another COVID-19 Death Recorded, 42 More Test Positive
Another COVID-19 death was reported this morning, pushing the death toll from the virus to 28. The patient is said Read more.
Will Your Health Insurance Provider Reimburse You For A COVID-19 Test?
Official Statement from ATTIC: ATTIC Health Insurance Providers Committee, which consists of Assuria Life T&T Limited, The Beacon Insurance Company Read more.
Five COVID-19 Patients Die In One Day, 24 More Test Positive For Virus
Two additional COVID-19 related deaths were recorded in the Ministry of Health’s update this for evening, bringing the total number Read more.
No National Awards Ceremony On Republic Day, OTP Announces
There will be no National Awards ceremony this Republic Day. The Office of the President announced its decision to postpone Read more.
Met Office Issues Yellow Level Adverse Weather Alert
The Trinidad and Tobago Meteorological Service (TTMS)  issued a Yellow Level Adverse Weather Alert on Tuesday afternoon, expected to last Read more.
Three Additional COVID-19 Related Deaths Recorded
Three additional COVID-19 related deaths were recorded by the Ministry of Health on Tuesday morning (September 1), bringing the total Read more.
Active COVID-19 Cases Near 1,000 As Eight More Test Positive
The Health Ministry has reported eight new COVID-19 cases in its evening update (August 30th), putting the total number of Read more.
Girl, 15, Reported Missing
The San Fernando Police are actively searching for 15-year-old Christina Sookdeo, of Mary Care Home. Christina was last seen at Read more.
Soldier Granted $40K Bail For Breaching Protection Order
Official Statement from the TTPS:  Lance Corporal Anson Allister Young appeared at the Sangre Grande Magistrates’ Court on Tuesday 25th Read more.
Two More COVID-19 Patients Die, Health Ministry Reports 38 New Cases
Two more COVID-19 related deaths have been reported by the Ministry of Health, bringing the overall number of virus-related deaths Read more.
Sixty-Eight More Test COVID-19 Positive
The sixty eight (68) positive cases reported below show results from samples taken during the period August 23rd to August 29th, Read more.
Senate Passes Bill To Mandate Mask-Wearing
After a debate that lasted just over seven hours, a bill to amend Public Health Ordinance was passed in the Read more.
PM: No New COVID-19 Lockdown Measures Coming, But Prepare For Mandatory Mask-Wearing
Prime Minister Dr. Keith Rowley is hopeful that those who have consistently disregarded the advice to wear a mask as Read more.
Health Minister: COVID-19 Patients Who Are Unable To Isolate At Home Can Still Access State Quarantine
COVID-19 positive patients who cannot reasonably isolate at home due to crowded living arrangements will be allowed to access the Read more.
Charged With Choking Woman
Two men have been charged for gender-based violence offences in separate incidents. Jameel Ishmael Allard, a 29-year-old carpenter, of Stella Read more.
Active COVID-19 Cases Stand At 894 As 23 More Test Positive, 36 Discharged
The Ministry of Health has recorded 23 new COVID-19 cases in its morning update (August 29), while 36 patients have Read more.
House of Representatives Passes Bill To Make Wearing Of Masks Mandatory
The Public Health Ordinance Bill was passed with amendments in the House of Representatives on Friday afternoon, effectively making the Read more.
Four COVID-19 Deaths Reported In One Day, 42 More Test Positive
The Health Ministry reported a total of four COVID-19 related deaths on Friday, bringing the total number of deaths related Read more.
WATCH: Imbert Disagrees With View That Parliamentarians Don’t Take Their Jobs Seriously
In what appears to be a reference to a statement made by President Paula-Mae Weekes during the opening ceremony for Read more.
Swimming DDI Is Prohibited, Say Police Commissioner
Commissioner of Police, Gary Griffith, says it is an offence under the Public Health Ordinance Regulations for persons to swim Read more.
NP Alerts Customers Of Persons Impersonating Installation Reps
See the official release from NP below: Read more.
Opposition Votes Against Motion To Reduce Speaking Times In Parliament As A COVID-19 Precaution
At Friday’s inaugural sitting of the House of Representatives in the Twelfth Session of Parliament, all 19 Members of the Read more.
Bridgid Annisette-George Re-elected As House Speaker
Bridgid Annisette-George has been re-elected as Speaker of the House of Representatives, as the Twelfth Session of Parliament began on Read more.
Here’s How The New School Term Will Be Managed When It Begins In September
With the new school term scheduled to begin on September 1st, the Education Ministry has outlined plans for the unprecedented Read more.
Two Additional COVID-19 Related Deaths Recorded, 36 More Test Positive
The Ministry of Health has revealed that two additional COVID-19 patients died overnight. The persons are both elderly males with Read more.
POS Family Court Remains Closed As Employees Monitored For COVID-19
See the official statement from the Judiciary of Trinidad and Tobago: Read more.
COVID-19 Update: 47 More Test Positive, All Quarantined At Defense Force Site
Forty-seven new COVID-19 cases were recorded by the Health Ministry in its evening update, taking the number of active cases Read more.
COP Calls On PM To Remove Minister Over “Uncaring” Post
The Congress of the People (COP) has called for newly appointed Minister of Youth and National Development, Fitzgerald Hinds, to Read more.
Opposition Seeks To Have Bridgid Annisette-George Withdrawn As Nominee For House Speaker, Claims She’s Biased
Opposition Leader, Kamla Persad-Bissessar has written to the Speaker of the House of Representatives, indicating that the Opposition Members of Read more.
No Independence Day Parade This Year
This year’s Independence Day celebrations will be significantly different, given the annual Independence Day parade has been cancelled due to Read more.
Anil Roberts Returns To Active Politics As Opposition Leader Unveils Her Picks For Senators
Former United National Congress Minister, Anil Roberts, has been hand picked by Opposition Leader, Kamla Persad-Bissessar, to serve as an Read more.
T&T Medical Association Condemns “Attacks” Against CMO, Pledges Full Support
The Trinidad and Tobago Medical Association is standing in solidarity with  Chief Medical Officer, Dr. Roshan Parasram, amid what it Read more.
$29K In Marijuana Seized At Sea, Cops Arrest Local, Venezuelan
Two persons, including a Venezuelan woman, are currently assisting the Carenage Police in their investigations into the seizure of 29.3 Read more.
Active COVID-19 Cases Down To 820 As 402 Patients Discharged From Hospital
There are now 802 active of COVID-19 cases in the country, as the Ministry of Health reported in its morning Read more.
Twenty-Seven More Test COVID-19 Positive, 159 Cases Reported Today
The Ministry of Health reported 27 new COVID-19 cases in its evening update (August 26), bringing the total number of Read more.
First Tranche Of Grant Payments Ready For Creative Sector
Official Government Press Release: The first tranche of three hundred and forty-eight (348) cheques for the Cultural Relief Grant is Read more.
Police Commissioner Begins Disciplinary Process For ACP Irwin Hackshaw
Official Statement from the TTPS: Commissioner of Police, Gary Griffith, has served a warning notice to ACP Irwin Hackshaw. This Read more.
COVID-19 Patients With Mild Symptoms Will Now Be Allowed To Quarantine At Home
In a significant change to the Ministry of Health’s protocols for management of the COVID-19 virus, positive patients with mild Read more.
Point Fortin Welcomes First Female Mayor
At 35 years old, Alderman Saleema Mc Cree Thomas has marked her spot in history, becoming the first female Mayor Read more.
Search Continues For Venezuelan Teens Who Escaped State Quarantine
The Trinidad and Tobago Police Service is searching for three Venezuelan teens who have been described as ‚ÄúPersons of Interest‚ÄĚ. Read more.
Health Ministry Records 132 New COVID-19 Cases
The Ministry of Health has recorded 132 new cases of COVID-19, bringing the total number of cases to 1,384.  In Read more.
Education Minister: School Term On Track To Begin In September
While students may not physically return to the classroom until next year, the Ministry of Education says term one of Read more.
COVID-19 Cases Continue To Climb As Health Ministry Reported A Total Of 153 New Cases Today
The Ministry of Health reported 68 new COVID-19 cases in its evening update for Tuesday (August 25), for a total Read more.
Local Companies Receive Grant Funding From Government
Official Government Press Release: Minister of Trade and Industry, Senator the Honourable Paula Gopee-Scoon is today underscoring the commitment of Read more.
Kamla Persad-Bissessar: Opposition Prepared To Support Mask Legislation
Opposition Leader, Kamla Persad-Bissessar, says her party is prepared to support upcoming legislation to mandate the wearing of masks. She Read more.
Operations Halted At Foreign Affairs Ministry As Employee Tests Positive For COVID-19
The Ministry of Foreign and CARICOM Affairs has been shut down for sanitization, after an employee tested positive for COVID-19. Read more.
$210K Bail For Man Charged With Robbery
A 23-year-old labourer of La Romain was granted $210,000 bail with a surety after pleading not guilty before a Siparia Read more.
No Special Treatment For Bolt, Says Jamaican PM
Jamaican Prime Minister Andrew Holness says a police investigation has been launched into a birthday bash held by star Olympian Read more.
Tobago Police Officer Charged With Breaching Quarantine Order
A Special Reserve Police Constable attached to the Guard Unit based at Scarborough Police Station, is due to appear before Read more.
COVID-19 UPDATE: 85 More Test Positive, 13 Discharged From Step-down Facilities
The Ministry of Health reported 85 new COVID-19 cases in its morning update (August 25) from samples taken over the Read more.
PM Dispels “Mischievous” Rumor That He Travelled To New York For COVID-19 Treatment
A post circulating on social media and WhatsApp which suggested that Prime Minister Dr. Keith Rowley contracted the COVID-19 virus Read more.
Sixty-Eight More Confirmed Positive For COVID-19
A total of 92 new COVID-19 cases were confirmed on Monday, as the Health Ministry recorded 68 new cases in Read more.
UDeCOTT Employee Tests COVID-19 Positive, Staffers At Head Office Sent Into Quarantine
An employee at the  Urban Development Corporation of Trinidad and Tobago (UDeCOTT) has tested positive for COVID-19. The company confirmed Read more.
WATCH: Usain Bolt Breaks Silence Amid Reports He Tested COVID-19 Positive
Legendary Olympian Usain Bolt has broken his silence amid reports that he tested positive for COVID-19, telling fans he is Read more.
COVID-19 Patient Dies, 24 More Test Positive
The Ministry of Health has confirmed that another COVID-19 patient has died, bringing the number of deaths related to the Read more.
Total Number Of COVID-19 Cases Crosses 1,000 Mark As 44 More Test Positive
The Ministry of Health provides the following update: Forty-four (44) additional persons have tested positive for COVID -19. -Thirty six (36) Read more.
Triple Murder In Reform Village
The bullet riddled bodies of three male relatives were discovered inside of a wooden shack along Connector Road, Reform Village Read more.
Chinese National Killed In Attempted Grocery Store Robbery, Cops Nab 8 Suspects
Six Trinidadians, including two women, and two Venezuelans were caught red-handed by police attempting to rob the owner and occupants Read more.
POS Family Court Closed Until Further Notice Over Suspected COVID-19 Case
Official Statement from the Judiciary of Trinidad and Tobago: The Judiciary wishes to inform that the operations of the Family Read more.
Another COVID-19 Patient Dies, 33 More Test Positive For Virus
The Ministry of Health has confirmed another COVID-19 patient has died, bringing the total number of deaths related to the Read more.
Thirty-One More Test COVID-19 Positve, Active Cases Rise To 752
Thirty-one (31) additional persons have tested positive for COVID -19. The MOH, in its evening update, said these 31 new Read more.
Carapichaima Man Charged with 2018 Murder
A 23 year old Carapichaima man has appeared in court charged with the 2018 murder of Anthony James. Preetham Ramsaran, Read more.
Investigation Ongoing Into Police-Involved Killing Of St. Joseph Man
Official Statement from the TTPS: One man was killed during a police-involved shooting incident and high-speed chase in the North Read more.
Health Minister Apologizes For Delay In COVID-19 Results
Health Minister Terrence Deyalsingh says his Ministry is working to resolve a backlog in COVID-19 test results, so patients who Read more.
Woman Charged With Presenting Fraudulent Cheque At Bank
A Port of Spain woman was granted bail in the sum of $30,000 when she appeared before a Justice of Read more.
Additional COVID-19 Related Death Recorded, 35 More Test Positive For Virus
The Ministry of Health has confirmed that an additional patient has died from COVID-19, bringing the total number of deaths Read more.
UNC Dispels Rumors That Kamla Persad-Bissessar Tested COVID-19 Positive
The United National Congress has shot down rumors that Political Leader of the United National Congress has tested COVID-19 positive, Read more.
The Health Ministry Reported 97 New COVID-19 Cases Today
There are now 690 active cases of COVID-19 in Trinidad and Tobago, as the Ministry of Health revealed in its Read more.
Employee At Immigration Head Office Tests COVID-19 Positive, Building Shut Down For Sanitization
Official Statement from the Ministry of National Security: The Ministry of National Security was officially informed this afternoon, Friday August Read more.
Prime Minister Dr. Rowley Tested For COVID-19 After Being Exposed To Positive Person
Prime Minister Dr. Keith Rowley has revealed he has been tested for COVID-19, after finding out he came into contact Read more.
COVID-19 Update: 39 More Test Positive For Virus, 22 Recovered
There are now 632 active cases of COVID-19 in Trinidad and Tobago, as the Ministry of Health revealed in its Read more.
Former UNC Minister Reveals He Tested COVID-19 Positive
Former United National Congress Minister and Member of Parliament for Caroni East, Dr Tim Gopeesingh, has tested positive for COVID-19. Read more.
Health Ministry Recorded 81 New COVID-19 Cases Today
A total of 81 new COVID-19 cases were recorded today, as the Health Ministry confirmed in its 6pm update that Read more.
UK Revokes T&T’s Safe Travel Status, Imposes Quarantine Requirement
Trinidad and Tobago has been removed from the UK’s safe travel list, with the recent spike in cases now requiring Read more.
Cop, Security Guard Charged With Brutal Rape Of Venezuelan Woman To Appear In Court Tomorrow
A Special Reserve Police officer and a security guard have been charged with attempted murder and rape arising out an Read more.
Man In Court Charged With Sexual Assaulting Teen Girl
A 21-year-old man of Dillon Street, Diego Martin, will appear before a Port-of-Spain Magistrate today charged with one count of Read more.
Venezuelan Man Held With $60,000 In Narcotics
A Venezuelan national is expected to appear before a Couva Magistrate today, charged with possession of narcotics. Elias Dellan, 28, Read more.
COVID-19 Cases Cross 700 As Health Ministry Records 44 New Cases
Forty-four more people have tested positive for COVID-19, pushing the number of cases over the 700 mark at 730, 578 Read more.
Sixty-Three Road Fatalities Recorded For 2020
Official Statement from the Trinidad and Tobago Police Service: The Trinidad and Tobago Police Service (TTPS) is urging all drivers Read more.
Penny To Look At Making State Housing More Accessible For Low Income Families
As she takes up her new post as Minister of Housing and Urban Development, Peneleope Beckles is hoping to strike Read more.
The New Leading Women In Education- Tasked With Reforming The School Curriculum
LEFT: Minister of Education, Dr. Nyan Gadsby Dolly. RIGHT: Minister in the Ministry of Education: Lisa Morris-Julian Newly appointed Minister Read more.
COVID-19 Update: 57 New Cases Reported In Today
A total of 57 new COVID-19 cases were confirmed on Wednesday (August 19), as the Health Ministry revealed in its Read more.
Prime Minister Rowley And New Cabinet Sworn In- Here Are The New Government Ministers
Prime Minister Dr. Keith Rowley has officially taken his oath of office, to lead Trinidad and Tobago for the next Read more.
Health Ministry Records 21 New COVID-19 Cases
Twenty-one more people have tested COVID-19 positive, bringing the number of active cases just two shy of 500, at 498.  Read more.
Twenty-Nine More Test COVID-19 Positive
Twenty-nine new COVID-19 cases were recorded in the Health Ministry’s update for this evening, putting the total number of cases Read more.
Moonilal Backs Kamla’s Leadership: “This Is Not The Time For Us To Be Divided”
Member of Parliament Elect for Oropouche East, Dr. Roodal Moonilal, has thrown his support behind Kamla Persad-Bissessar as leader of Read more.
PNM Government To Be Sworn In Tomorrow
Prime Minister Dr. Keith Rowley and his newly formed Cabinet will officially be sworn into office at 4pm on Wednesday.  Read more.
Kamla Concedes Defeat In General Election, Addresses Speculation Surrounding About Stepping Down As UNC Leader
Just over one week after last Monday’s general election, Political Leader of the United National Congress, Kamla Persad-Bissessar has conceded Read more.
Man In Court For Fatally Burning Tobago Woman
A 20 year old Tobago man is expected to appear before a Scarborough Magistrate today, charged with the murder of Read more.
Vendor Arrested, Charged With Murder In Market
A Maraval man is expected to appear before a Port of Spain Magistrate on Tuesday, charged with the August 6th Read more.
Twelve More Test Positive For COVID-19
The Ministry of Health has confirmed that 12 more people have tested positive for COVID-19, bringing the number of active Read more.
Election Receipts: OPM Releases Letters Sent To Regional Bodies Requesting Observers
In what can be interpreted as an attempt to dismantle allegations that the government blocked international observers from participating in Read more.
Recounts Of Elections Results Complete, PNM Retains 22-19 Victory
The country is one step closer to seeing the swearing in of the Prime Minister and his Cabinet, as recounts Read more.
Twenty-Three More Test COVID-19 Positive
The Ministry of Health provides the following update: Twenty-three (23) additional persons have tested positive for COVID -19. -Twenty-two (22) positive Read more.
Cops Arrest Chaguanas Man From Viral Video For Attacking Woman
A man allegedly seen physically assaulting a young woman in a video which was live streamed online, has been arrested Read more.
Twenty-Two Venezuelans Detained For Illegal Entry To Trinidad
Twenty-two Venezuelans were detained by officers of the South Western Division Task Force (SWDTF) for illegal entry into Trinidad on Read more.
Another COVID-19 Patient Dies, Health Ministry Records 13 New Cases
Official update from the Ministry of Health: The Ministry of Health regrets to inform the public that there is an Read more.
Active COVID-19 Cases Crosses 400 As 33 More Confirmed Positive For Virus
Trinidad and Tobago now has 401 active cases of COVID-19, as the Ministry of Health recorded 33 new cases of Read more.
TATT Head Office Closed For Sanitization After Employee Tests COVID-19 Positive
The Telecommunications Authority of Trinidad and Tobago (TATT) has temporarily transferred the services offered at its Head office in Barataria Read more.
Two Arrested As Cops Seize Firearm, Ammunition & Marijuana
A firearm, ammunition, and marijuana were found by officers of the of the North Eastern Divisional Task Force during an Read more.
Additional COVID-19 Death Recorded, 22 More Test Positive For Virus
The Ministry of Health provides the following update: The Ministry of Health regrets to inform the public that there is Read more.
Twenty-Three More Test Positive For COVID-19
The Ministry of Health provides the following update: -Twenty-three (23) additional persons have tested positive for COVID-19. -Thirteen (13) are Read more.
T&T Officially Has Community Spread Of COVID-19, Lockdown Measures Reintroduced
Prime Minister Dr. Keith Rowley has announced that effective Monday, August 17th, lockdown measures will be reintroduced as an effort Read more.
WATCH: UNC Calls EBC’s Independence Into Question, EBC Responds
“I am not afraid to say it and question the motives of the EBC.” The words of United National Congress Read more.
Kamla Calls On Citizens To Denounce Racism, Says “Nothing Good Can Ever Come From Malice”
Political Leader of the United National Congress, Kamla Persad Bissessar, is calling on citizens to unite for the betterment of Read more.
Cops Arrest Three In Connection With Arima Robbery
Three men from East Dry River, Port of Spain, were arrested on Friday after a robbery in the Arima area. Read more.
Health Ministry Confirms 48 More Test COVID-19 Positive
Forty-eight additional people have tested positive  for COVID-19, bringing the number of active cases to 325. The Health Ministry, in Read more.
Second COVID-19 Death Recorded In One Day, 14 More Test Positive For Virus
The Ministry of Health has confirmed that a second COVID-19 patient died on Friday, bringing the overall number of deaths Read more.
Supermarket Association Has Change Of Heart, Lifts Ban On Ramsaran Products
Days after it announced a boycott Ramsaran Dairy  Products because of outrage over racially charged statements made by a family Read more.
Two More Test COVID-19 Positive In Tobago, Island Now Has 8 Active Cases
Tobago recorded two additional COVID-19 cases on Friday, bringing the number of active cases on the island to eight. See Read more.
Top Cop Reaffirms TTPS Commitment To Ensuring Migrant Safety
Commissioner of Police, Gary Griffith today met with representatives of the TTVSOLNET to discuss matters surrounding the safety and security Read more.
Health Ministry Records Additional COVID-19 Death
The Ministry of Health has confirmed that a ninth COVID-19 related death was recorded on Friday. The patient was an Read more.
Man In Court On Allegations Of Helping Venezuelans Illegally Enter T&T
A Las Cuevas man is expected to appear before a Port of Spain Magistrate today, charged with 32 counts of Read more.
Eight New COVID-19 Cases Recorded
Eight additional COVID-19 cases have been recorded, six of which are contacts of recently positive patients. The remaining two are Read more.
Tobago Records Two More COVID-19 Cases
Two more people have tested positive for COVID-19 in Tobago, putting the island’s total number of cases to ten- four Read more.
Imbert Predicts Election Process Could Take Another Two Months, Urges EBC To Uphold Rules
Party Chairman of the People’s National Movement, Colm Imbert, has lamented that the present actions by the United National Congress Read more.
T&T Records Highest Number Of COVID-19 Cases In One Day As Health Ministry Confirms 78 Cases
The Health Ministry confirmed a total of 78 new COVID-19 cases today alone- making it the highest number of cases Read more.
TTPS Investigates Reports Of Polling Cards Found In Arima
Commissioner of Police, Gary Griffith says an investigation is underway into a report that electoral polling cards were found at Read more.
Cops Seize $94 Million In Drugs In Central, Eight Arrested
Eight persons were arrested yesterday after more than $94 million in marijuana were seized in Central Trinidad. Extensive intelligence and Read more.
Health Ministry Records 43 New COVID-19 Cases, 23 Pending Epidemiological Investigation
Forty-three more people have tested positive for COVID-19, bringing the number of active cases to 222. According to the Ministry Read more.
X-Tra Foods Joins Boycott Of Ramsaran Dairy Products
Xtra Foods is the latest supermarket establishment to pull Ramsaran Dairy Products from its shelves, as the family owned business Read more.
Eighteen New COVID-19 Cases Recorded, Sources For Ten Unknown
Eighteen more people have tested positive for COVID-19, according to the Wednesday evening update from the Ministry of Health. (August12) Read more.
Fired From Family Business: Ramsaran Dairy Products Fires Relative For Racist Posts
Ramsaran Dairy Products has taken a decision to fire a relative hired at the family owned and operated company, after Read more.
Ramsaran Dairy Products Pulled From Massy Shelves Following Racist Posts By Affiliate
Less than 48 hours after outrage sparked online over racist comments made by a family member associated with Ramsaran Dairy Read more.
Former UNC Minister Calls For Kamla To Resign, Party Members Back Existing Leadership
On the heels of Carolyn Seepersad-Bachan’s announcement on Wednesday that she would step down as political leader of the Congress Read more.
School Launches Investigation After Teacher Comes Under Fire For Racist Posts Online
A teacher at the Bishop Anstey High School and Trinity College East (BATCE) is now under investigation by the institution, Read more.
Nineteen COVID-19 Cases Recorded For Today
Nineteen new COVID-19 cases were recorded on Tuesday, as the Ministry of Health confirmed five more cases in its evening Read more.
Biden Picks Kamala Harris As Running Mate In Presidential Elections
In a history making move, Democratic Presidential Nominee Joe Biden has named an African-American woman as his running mate ahead Read more.
UNC Requests Recount In Five Constituencies, Pledges Support To Kamla Despite Loss At Polls
In addition to the United National Congress requesting a recount of five seats, the party is in the process of Read more.
Fourteen More Test Positive For COVID-19
There are now 148 active cases of COVID-19 in the country, as the Ministry of Health recorded 14 new cases Read more.
Here Are The 41 Newly Elected Members of Parliament
The new government will be lead by the People’s National Movement once more, as the party won 22 of the Read more.
Rowley To Lead For Another Five Years As PNM Declares 22-19 Victory In General Election
The People’s National Movement has been elected to serve another five years in office, winning a total of 22 out Read more.
One Additional COVID-19 Case Recorded
The Ministry of Health has reported one additional COVID-19 case in its evening update, for a total of two cases Read more.
“Bring It On, We Have Court Clothes” Kamla Says Over PNM Threat To Challenge Princes Town Seat
Political Leader of the United National Congress (UNC), Kamla Persad Bissessar, appeared to be unfazed by the People’s National Movement’s Read more.
Phillip Alexander Writes To EBC, Claims “Interference”
Phillip Edward Alexander, the Progressive Empowerment Party’s (PEP) candidate for the electoral district of Diego Martin North/East has reported to Read more.
Prisoner Tests COVID-19 Positive, Fellow Inmates Placed In Quarantine
A convicted prisoner at the State Prison on Frederick Street has tested positive for COVID-19. The T&T Prison Service said the Read more.
One Additional COVID-19 Cases Recorded, Three Patients Discharged From Hospital
The Ministry of Health recorded one additional case of COVID-19 in its morning update for Monday (August 10).  Meanwhile, three Read more.
Active COVID-19 Cases Remain At 136 For Sunday
The Ministry of Health has recorded no new cases in its Sunday evening  update (August 9), leaving the number of Read more.
Maloney Man Arrested As Officers Seize Firearm And Ammunition
One man was arrested and a firearm and ammunition seized by officers of the Maloney Police Station on Saturday. The Read more.
WATCH: EBC Outlines Voting Guidelines For August 10th
Ahead of Monday’s general election, the Elections and Boundaries Commission (EBC) has issued a video detailing how the voting process Read more.
Four More Test COVID-19 Positive, 132 Active Cases
Four new cases of COVID-19 were recorded on Sunday morning (August 9), bringing the number of active cases to 136.  Read more.
Health Ministry Confirms 32 New COVID-19 Cases
There are now 132 active cases of COVID-19 in the country, as the Health Ministry recorded 32 new cases of Read more.
Judiciary Speaks Out Over “Character Assassination” Of Judge
A social media post which was recently featured on the Facebook Page “Expose TT”,¬† of an image purporting to be Read more.
Two Venezuelans Held For Marijuana Possession
Two Venezuelan nationals were arrested and charged for marijuana possession related offences during an anti-crime exercise conducted on Friday, between Read more.
River Levels Nearing Threshold, Warns Met Office
A Yellow Level Riverine Flood alert has been issued on Saturday afternoon, as the Trinidad and Tobago Meteorological Service (TTMS) Read more.
Authorities Tend To Damages After Overnight Thunderstorm
The Diego Martin Regional Corporation’s Disaster Management Unit, together with the Trinidad and Tobago Fire Service, is presently treating with Read more.
Eighteen More Test Positive For COVID-19, 11 Cases Pending Epidemiological Investigation.
There are now 100 active cases of COVID-19 in the country.  The Ministry of Health recorded 18 new cases of Read more.
US Lists Trinidad and Tobago As “High Risk” For COVID-19
The United States, the country with the highest number of COVID-19 cases in the world with nearly five million cases, Read more.
T&T Records 15 COVID-19 Cases In One Day As Health Ministry Reveals Eight More Test Positive
There are now 82 active COVID-19 cases in the country, as eight more patients have tested positive for the virus, Read more.
Bankers Association On High Alert Following Reports Of Massive Card Skimming
The Bankers Association of Trinidad & Tobago (BATT) says its member banks are aware of the recent Point of Sale Read more.
Moonilal Exploring Legal Action Following Judge’s Ruling In EMBD Corruption Matter
“I have received preliminary advice and intend to forward same to my lawyers in London to determine whether I will Read more.
Health Ministry Records Seven New COVID-19 Cases, Four Pending Epidemiological Investigation
There are now 74 active COVID-19 cases in the country, as seven more patients tested positive for the virus on Read more.
Three More Test Positive For COVID-19, All Pending Epidemiological Investigation
T&T now has 67 active cases of COVID-19, as the Health Ministry confirms in its evening update, that three more Read more.
Two More Police Officers Test COVID-19 Positive
Two more police officers are now confirmed to have tested positive for the Coronavirus, bringing to eight, the total number Read more.
Venezuelan Arrested, Officers Seize Firearm and Ammunition
Cedros Police have arrested a Venezuelan migrant for possession of a firearm and ammunition in the district. On Wednesday 5th Read more.
Over 60 Reports Of Card Skimming Were Made This Week, TTPS Warns
Official Media Release From The Trinidad and Tobago Police Service: The Trinidad and Tobago Police ServiceTTPS) is urging members of Read more.
Eight More Test Positive For COVID-19
Trinidad and Tobago crossed the 200 mark of confirmed cases of COVID-19 on Thursday morning, as the Ministry of Health Read more.
TTPOST To Close Head Office Tomorrow As Employee Tests Positive For COVID-19
The Trinidad and Tobago Postal Corporation (TTPOST) has confirmed that one of its employees has tested positive for COVID-19. As Read more.
There Are Now 56 Active COVID-19 Cases As Two More Test Positive
Trinidad and Tobago has recorded 199 cases of COVID-19 to date, with 56 of those cases currently active.  The Ministry Read more.
$100,000 Bail For Man Accused Of Arson Attack On Former Partner’s Home
A 45-year-old man of Vistabella was granted $100,000 bail when he appeared before the Siparia Magistrates’ Court yesterday charged with Read more.
BREAKING: SEA Preparation Classes Discontinued
Beginning tomorrow, August 6th, the Secondary Entrance Assessment (SEA) preparation classes will be discontinued and students will instead have to Read more.
COVID-19 UPDATE: 54 Active Cases As Three More Test Positive For Virus
There are now 54 active cases of COVID-19 in the country, as the Health Ministry recorded three additional cases in Read more.
WATCH: Deadly Explosion In Lebanon’s Capital As Tensions Rise Over Trial For Ex-PM’s Killing
A large blast in the Lebanese capital, Beirut, has killed at least 50 people and injured more than 2,700 others. Read more.
Twelve New COVID-19 Cases Recorded On Tuesday
The Ministry of Health recorded two additional cases of COVID-19 in its evening update (August 4), bringing the total number Read more.
Outrage As Trade Unionist Refers To Media Practitioners As House Slaves To The “One Percent”
Ancel Roget, President of Joint Trade Union Movement (JTUM) president¬† and the man who made popular the term “one percenters” Read more.
Six Charged Over Tobago Double Murder
Five men and one woman have been charged with the July 21st murders of Kenny Wolfe and James Fergusson. A Read more.
T&T Records Ten New COVID-19 Cases
The number of COVID-19 cases recorded in Trinidad and Tobago jumped to 192 on Tuesday morning, as the Ministry of Read more.
Gary Tested For COVID-19
Commissioner of Police, Gary Griffith, has tested negative for the COVID-19 virus. The test was conducted over the weekend days Read more.
Three COVID-19 Patients Recover From Virus, Discharged From Hospital
There are now 39 active cases of COVID-19 in the country, as three patients have been discharged from hospital, having Read more.
Tobago Man, 34, Charged With Sexual Assault Of A Child
A 34-year-old labourer will appear before Scarborough Magistrate today to answer to four counts of sexual penetration of a child. Read more.
Nine New COVID-19 Cases Recorded On Sunday
There are now 39 active COVID-19 cases confirmed in the country, as the Ministry of Health revealed that two more Read more.
The Election Challenge Is Over: Guyana Elects A President
Five months after Guyanese voters went to the polls to elect its new government, a President has finally been elected. Read more.
Man, 32, Arrested For Possession Of Assortment Of Guns, Ammunition
One man was arrested and six illegal weapons and quantities of assorted ammunition seized by officers of the Central Division Read more.
Young “Shocked” And “Flabbergasted” Over Claims His Family Benefitted From State Contracts
National Security Minister Stuart young has accused the Trinidad Express Newspaper of a gross attempt to mislead the public, in Read more.
Five Held In Cunupia Guesthouse, Firearms Seized
An AR-15 rifle and a pistol were among several items seized by officers of the Central Division Task Force, during Read more.
Seven More Test Positive For COVID-19, Four Pending Epidemiological Investigation
Seven additional persons have tested positive for COVID-19, bringing the overall number of cases to 180.  According to the Ministry Read more.
Non-Mask Wearing Voters Can’t Be Turned Away From Polling Office, Says PM
While an eligible voter cannot legally be denied their right to cast their ballot on election day, Prime Minister Dr. Read more.
Public Gatherings Reduced To Ten As Health Ministry Tackles Rise In Local Cases
The Public Health Regulations will be amended to reduce, once more, the number of people allowed to gather in public Read more.
Five New COVID-19 Cases Recorded, Two Pending Epidemiological Investigation
Five additional persons have tested positive for COVID-19, bringing the overall number of confirmed cases to 169. Three are primary Read more.
No Support For Donald Trump’s Call To Postpone Presidential Election Amid Rising COVID-19 Cases In The US
USPresident Donald Trump’s suggestion that November’s presidential election should be delayed over alleged fraud concerns has received strong opposition from Read more.
Health Ministry Records Seven New COVID-19 Cases
The Ministry of Health has reported seven new cases of COVID-19, bringing Trinidad and Tobago’s number of cases to date Read more.
Trinidad Killa Pursues Legal Action, Accusing PNM Candidate Of Using His Song Without Approval
Entertainer Kern George, known as Trinidad Killa, has issued a pre-action protocol letter to PNM’s Point Fortin Candidate, Kennedy Richards Read more.
New COVID-19 Case Recorded, Primary Contact Of Existing Patient
The number of COVID-19 cases has risen to 157, with one new case reported by the Ministry of Health in Read more.
Two Trees Fall Along Brian Lara Promenade Following Heavy Winds
Port of Spain City Corporation workers, Fire officials and T&TEC workmen quickly responded to reports of two fallen trees on Read more.
Twelve Illegal Immigrants Detained, Taken To 14-Day Quarantine
Twelve Venezuelan migrants who entered the country illegally  were detained by South Western Division officers on Tuesday and were handed Read more.
Ministry of Education Insists: “Strict Adherence To Health Care Protocols For SEA Classes”
In what appears to be an indirect response to concerns raised by the Trinidad and Tobago Unified Teachers Association (TTUTA), Read more.
Three Alleged Gang Members Placed On Remand Over 2019 Killing
Three of the five men charged for the 2019 murder of Garvey Campo, have been remanded into custody pending the Read more.
TTUTA Pleads With Education Ministry: “Suspend SEA Classes”
The Trinidad and Tobago Unified Teachers Association (TTUTA) says it is ‚Äúuneasy‚ÄĚ regarding the rise in local COVID-19 cases, and Read more.
Two More COVID-19 Cases, Contacts Of Existing Patients
The number of COVID-19 cases has risen to 156, with two new cases reported by the Ministry of Health in Read more.
One Additional COVID-19 Case Recorded, Brings New Total To 154
One additional person has tested positive for COVID-19, bringing the overalll number of confirmed cases to 154. The Ministry of Read more.
T&TEC Says Marabella Service Centre To Reopen Tomorrow After Being Closed Over Suspected COVID-19 Case
Official Statement from T&TEC: The Trinidad and Tobago Electricity Commission (T&TEC) has been advised by the medical authorities that a Read more.
Two Months Hard Labor For Man Charged With Possession Of 49 Ganja Plants
Kelly Junior Lall was sentenced to two months hard labor, when he appeared before a Siparia Magistrate on Monday, charged Read more.
Firearm Section Of TTPS Closed Due To COVID-19 Concerns
Official release from the Trinidad and Tobago Police Service: The Commissioner of Police wishes to advise the members of the Read more.
FAKE NEWS: TTPS Debunks Claim That Salaries Will Be Paid Late Due To Closure Of Police Admin Building
The Trinidad and Tobago Police Service says the closure of the Police Administration Building in Port of Spain on Tuesday Read more.
Education Ministry Meets With Stakeholders, Agrees To Keep SEA Date Amid New COVID-19 Cases
The Ministry of Education will move ahead with its administering of the 2020 Secondary Entrance Assessment (SEA) examination on August Read more.
Riverside Plaza, Police Administration Building Closed As TTPS Employee Displays Flu-Like Symptoms
Commissioner of Police Gary Griffith has ordered the immediate closure of Riverside Plaza and Police Administration Building, Port of Spain. Read more.
COVID-19 Cases Climb To 153, One Pending Epidemiological Investigation
Five additional people have tested positive for COVID-19, bringing Trinidad and Tobago’s number of confirmed cases to date, to 153. Read more.
PM Announces Four New COVID-19 Cases
There appears to be four new cases of COVID-19 in the country. This was revealed by Prime Minister and political Read more.
PEP Leader: “Postpone The General Election”
Leader of the Progressive Empowerment Party, Phillip Alexander is calling on Prime Minister, Dr. Keith Rowley, to postpone the election Read more.
PM Rowley Mourns Loss Of “Caribbean Giant”, Former Barbados Leader Owen Arthur
Prime Minister Dr. Keith Rowley has added his voice to regional leaders who have paid tribute to former Barbados Prime Read more.
COVID-19 Case Count At 148 For Monday
Trinidad and Tobago’s number of recorded COVID-19 cases remains at 148,  12 of which are currently active. The newest case, Read more.
Met Office Monitoring Potential Tropical Depression, T&T Not Likely To Be Affected
The Trinidad and Tobago Meteorological Service (TTMS) has been closely monitoring a low-pressure system in the Atlantic which has an Read more.
32 Venezuelans Detained In Carenage Over The Weekend
A joint exercise between the Police and the Trinidad and Tobago Coast Guard (TTCG) resulted in the capture of 32 Read more.
Former Barbados PM, Owen Arthur, Dies At Age 70
Former Prime Minister of Barbados Owen Arthur has died at age 70. Arthur, who is Barbados’ longest serving Prime Minister Read more.
Ministry of Health Records Another COVID-19 Case, Pending Epidemiological Investigation
One additional case of COVID-19 was recorded on Monday, bringing Trinidad and Tobago’s number of recorded cases to 148. The Read more.
COVID-19 Cases Remain At 147 For Second Day
See the Ministry of Health’s statistical update for Sunday (July 26) Members of the public are reminded that they must Read more.
Government Says It Is Still Working To Secure Election Observers
Official Media Release from Office of the Prime Minister Trinidad and Tobago Election Observation Missions Requested by the Government of Trinidad Read more.
Opposition Leader Accuses PM Of “Misleading” Public On Election Observers
Just over two weeks after a request was made for election observers from CARICOM and the Commonwealth to arrive in Read more.
COVID-19 UPDATE: Cases Remain At 147 On Saturday
The number of COVID-19 cases remained at 147 on Saturday (July 25), according to the Ministry of Health’s evening update.¬† Read more.
Five Venezuelans, One Trinidadian Detained In Palo Seco
Five Venezuelans and one Trinidadian were arrested during an anti-crime exercise conducted in the Santa Flora and Erin Districts on Read more.
Met Office Monitoring Two Tropical Waves
The Trinidad and Tobago Meteorological Service is monitoring two tropical waves traversing the Atlantic currently. In an update on Saturday afternoon, Read more.
SEA Student Tests Positive For COVID-19, Attended Classes Despite Displaying Symptoms
A Standard Five student of the Maraval Roman Catholic School is among five family members who tested positive for COVID-19 Read more.
Man Charged With Choking Woman Granted $100K Bail, Ordered To Stay Away From Victim
A 41-year-old Medical Engineering Consultant was granted $100,000 bail and ordered to stay 500 metres away from a woman after Read more.
T&T Records Five New Cases Of COVID-19, Total Cases Rises To 147
Five primary contacts of a recent COVID-19 case have all tested positive for the virus.  This was revealed in the Read more.
ADVERSE WEATHER ALERT- Orange Level
Heavy showers are expected across Trinidad and Tobago on Saturday, as a result of Tropical Storm Gonazalo. See the Trinidad Read more.
Intense Weather Conditions Predicted For Tobago As Met Office Issues Orange Level Tropical Storm Alert
The Tropical Storm Watch for Tobago has been upgraded to a Tropical Storm Warning. As at 2:00 pm today, Friday Read more.
Eleven Venezuelans Detained In Santa Flora
Eleven Venezuelans were detained by officers of the South Western Division Task Force, during an anti-crime exercise conducted in the Read more.
NP Advises Dealers To Stock Up On Fuel In Preparation For Tropical Storm
NP is advising its dealers- especially in Tobago- to stock up on fuel to prevent any shortages in the event Read more.
Saturday Sailings Cancelled Between Trinidad & Tobago Due To Tropical Storm Watch
All sailings between Trinidad and Tobago scheduled for Saturday, July 25th, have been cancelled as a precautionary measure given the Read more.
$2M In Ganja Trees Destroyed In Las Cuevas
Marijuana trees valued at $2 million were seized and destroyed by officers of the Northern Division Task Force, Special Branch, Read more.
Tobago Receives “Safe Travels” Stamp By World Tourism Body Amid COVID-19
Official Media Release from the Tobago Tourism Agency Limited: Tobago has been awarded the World Travel and Tourism Council (WTTC) Read more.
TS Gonzalo: Yellow Level Storm Watch Issued For Tobago
A yellow level Tropical Storm Watch is currently in place for Tobago, and is expected to last until tomorrow, at Read more.
Chaguanas Man In Court For 2017 Murder Of Guyanese National
A 26-year-old man is expected to appear before a Chaguanas Magistrate today, charged with the 2017 murder of Guyanese national, Read more.
Opposition Calls For Update On Election Observers
With just over two weeks to go before polling day, the United National Congress is calling for an update from Read more.
T&T Records Another COVID-19 Case, Pending Epidemiological Investigation
Trinidad and Tobago now has a total of 142 recorded cases of COVID-19, six of which are currently active.  In Read more.
Kamla: Government Not Repatriating Citizens During COVID-19 Is “Worse Than Slavery Or Indentureship”
In another public condemnation of what she sees as government’s failure to speedily repatriate Trinidad and Tobago nationals from across Read more.
UWI 2020/2021 Acadamic Year Set To Begin On August 30
Classes for the 2020/2021 first semester will resume across all five of the University West Indies Campuses on August 30th.  Read more.
Three Primary Contacts Of Trinidad COVID-19 Case Placed Under Home Quarantine In Tobago
Confirmation that the three people under home-quarantine in Tobago are relatives of the recent COVID-19 case here in Trinidad. They Read more.
Thirty-Three Venezuelans Detained In Erin, Tobago
Thirty-three Venezuelan were detained by officers of the South Western and Tobago Divisions, during anti-crime exercises conducted on Wednesday. In Read more.
Bar Owners Association Pleads With Police Commissioner To Crack Down On Illegitimate Alcohol Vendors
The Bar Owners and Operators Association of Trinidad and Tobago (BOATT) has made a case to Top Cop, Gary Griffith, Read more.
Tropical Storm Gonzalo Weakens Due To Sahara Dust Concentration In The Atmosphere
Tropical Storm Gonzalo is said to have weakened slightly, as the Met Office explains that the high presence of Sahara Read more.
MOH: COVID-19 Case Is A Minor Who Is The Daughter Of A Republic Bank Employee.
The latest COVID-19 case is a minor who is the daughter of a Republic Bank employee. This was revealed by Read more.
T&T Records Additional COVID-19 Case, Source Pending Epidemiological Investigation
Trinidad and Tobago has recorded one additional case of COVID-19, bringing the total number of cases to 141, six of Read more.
TTPS Seeks Help As 50 Year Old Michael Taitt Is Reported Missing
Morvant police are seeking the urgent assistance of the public in locating missing 50-year-old Michael Taitt. Michael, of Petunia Avenue, Read more.
Met Office Warning: Tropical Storm Gonzalo Has Formed
Tropical Depression Seven (TD #7), which the Trinidad and Tobago Meteorological Service (TTMS) has been closely monitoring, has developed into Read more.
Pennywise Limited Says Health Authorities Advised Of “Relatively Low Risk” Of COVID-19 Spread At Their Stores
Pennywise Limited says it was informed by Ministry of Health Authorities that there’s a relatively low risk of employees at Read more.
COVID-19 UPDATE: Two Pennywise Branches Closed As Health Authorities Fear Possible Community Spread
The Long Circular and Charlotte Street branches of Pennywise were closed on Wednesday morning, after it was found that a Read more.
Amid Outrage Over Laptops On School’s Booklist, Kamla Promises: “I Will Bring Back Laptop Program”
“A new UNC Government will bring back this crucial free laptop programme for Form One students within 90 days of Read more.
Man, 33, In Court On Allegations Of Sexually Assaulting And Drugging Teen Girl
A 33-year-old man is expected to appear before a Port-of-Spain Magistrate on Wednesday to answer to sexual and drug charges Read more.
T&T Records 140th COVID-19 Case
Trinidad and Tobago recorded one additional case of COVID-19 on Wednesday morning, bringing the overall number of confirmed cases to Read more.
WASA Struggles To Meet Water Demand In Princes Town With 24% Capacity At Navet Reservoir
Official Statement from the Water and Sewerage Authority: In response to recent issues raised in the media regarding the water Read more.
COVID-19 UPDATE: Confirmed Cases Reaches 139 As Two New Cases Recorded
Two additional persons have tested positive for COVID-19, according to the Ministry of Health’s update on Tuesday.¬† One of the Read more.
Government Prepares For Return Of 30-35 Nationals From Suriname
Official Statement from the Ministry of National Security:  The Ministry of National Security continues to diligently treat with exemption requests Read more.
Is Guyana’s Election Conflict Coming To An End? CJ Validates Voting Recount
It may be some time again before a winner is officially declared in Guyana’s March 2nd election- however a ruling Read more.
EMA Corrects Top Cop’s “Discrepancy”, Says Noise Variation Not A Requirement For Motorcades
The Environmental Management Authority (EMA) is advising organisers of political campaigns that a Noise Variation is not required from the Read more.
Twenty-Three Officers Rewarded By Top Cop For Role In Solving Homicides
Commissioner of Police, Gary Griffith, today rewarded 23 police officers attached to several units for their outstanding performances in solving Read more.
COVID-19 UPDATE: 6,133 Samples Submitted For Testing- Cases Remain At 137
The number of COVID-19 cases remains at 137 for another day, according to the Ministry of Health’s update. There remain Read more.
Top Cop Warns Political Parties: I Will Not Hesitate To Shut Down Non-Complying Motorcades
Police Commissioner Gary Griffith vows that he will not hesitate to shut down motorcades by any political party who continues Read more.
SEA PREP: Education Ministry Reports Full Staff Turnout As Classes Resume For Students
Classes for Secondary Entrance Assessment (SEA) students resumed on Monday- giving them exactly one month of preparation ahead of the Read more.
As Bars Revert To 10PM Closing Time, The Minister Of Health Urges Compliance
Health Minister Terrence Deyalsingh is urging bar owners and operators to “act responsibly” as they have been allowed to operate Read more.
T&T Students In India Get Exemption To Return Home
Five Trinidad and Tobago nationals who were studying in India have been granted final letters of exemption to return home Read more.
With Three Weeks To Go Until Election Day, EBC Says 18 Parties Set To Contest Polls
Official statement from the Elections and Boundaries Commission: A total of one hundred and fifty (150) candidates will contest the Read more.
Murder In Tunapuna
A shooting incident in Tunapuna on Saturday night claimed the life of one man.    The victim has been identified Read more.
French Authorities Suspect Fire At Saint-Pierre-et-Saint-Paul Cathedral Was Arson Attack
A fire at the cathedral in the French city of Nantes is believed to have been started deliberately, prosecutors say. Read more.
Boy, 17, Among Two Gunned Down In St. James
An early morning lime in the St. James area turned fatal on Saturday morning, when gunmen opened fire on two Read more.
“Jack Is Lying”- PM Admits To Meeting Warner, But Denies Any Political Collaboration
Prime Minister Dr. Keith Rowley has condemned claims made by Independent Labour Party candidate for Lopinot/Bon Air West, Jack Warner, Read more.
T&T Records 137th COVID-19 Case
Trinidad and Tobago recorded one additional case of COVID-19 on Saturday morning, bringing the overall number of confirmed cases to Read more.
Bars To Revert To 10PM Closing Time, Says Deyalsingh
Effective Monday, July 20th, bars will be permitted to operate between the hours of 8am to 10pm, allowing them two Read more.
WASA Denies Favoring Certain Areas For Water Supply Over Others
Official Statement from the Water and Sewerage Authority (WASA): Contrary to newspaper reports, the Water and Sewerage Authority (the Authority) Read more.
COVID-19 UPDATE: Three New Cases Recorded On Friday Brings T&T’s Number Of Confirmed Cases To 136
Trinidad and Tobago has recorded three additional cases of COVID-19, pushing the overall total to 136. This is according to Read more.
Jack Warner: PNM’s Pick For Lopinot/Bon Air West Was “Final Straw” That Inspired His Return To Politics
Jack is Back. After announcing his decision to contest the Lopinot/Bon Air West seat under the Independent Labour Party, Jack Read more.
Ministry Advises Of Temporary Traffic Disruption Along Solomon Hochoy Highway
Official Statement from the Ministry of Works and Transport: Read more.
Kamla Insists, “I Said ‘Blank’ Man, Not ‘Black’ Man”
Political Leader of the United National Congress, Kamla Persad Bissessar, is today accusing her main political opponent, Dr. Keith Rowley, Read more.
Jack Warner Has Entered The 2020 Election Race
In what is perhaps a move expected by very few, Jack Warner has announced that he will contest a seat Read more.
Kamla Accuses Rowley Of “Stirring Up Hate” For T&T Citizens Abroad
Hours before Nomination Day on July 17th, political leader of the United National Congress (UNC) Kamla Persad-Bissessar, says she is Read more.
WATCH: A Prime Ministerial ‘Happy Birthday’ Tribute: Jamaican PM Surprises His Wife, “Even In Corona”
In the midst of the heavy news dominating the global space in recent weeks, Jamaican Prime Minister, Andrew Holness, attempted Read more.
COVID-19 UPDATE: Samples Tested Now At 5,926- No New Cases
The number of confirmed cases of COVID-19 remains at 133 and there is only one active patient who remains warded Read more.
#GE2020: Progressive Party To Contest Lone Seat In August 10th General Election
Political Leader of the Progressives Party, Nikoli Edwards, will be the sole candidate vying for a seat in the August Read more.
COVID-19 Regulations Still Apply To Election Campaigning, National Security Ministry Warns
With Trinidad and Tobago in the middle of an election season, the Ministry of National Security is reminding all political Read more.
With An Increase In Complaints About Courier Charges, The Customs And Excise Division Is Setting The Record Straight
In an attempt to address concerns by customers who have been reporting an increase in their courier service prices, the Read more.
COVID-19 UPDATE: 5,883 Samples Submitted For Testing, No New Cases
There remains 133 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Trinidad and Tobago, with only one of those cases currently active.  This Read more.
US Embassy Donates Face Masks And Thermal Scanners To T&T
From left to right: Chief, Military Liaison Office, U.S. Embassy to Trinidad and Tobago Colonel Claudia Carrizales; Chief Executive Officer Read more.
Tik-Tok Users In America Brace As The Trump Administration Reveals Plan To Ban The Chinese App
With the Chinese based Tik-Tok video sharing app soaring in popularity in recent months, the US government is considering banning Read more.
Government Will Not Be “Pressured” Into Fast-tracking Exemptions, Says Minister Young
“How do you balance the list? How do you balance the person who went out for two weeks, ended up Read more.
Top Cop Challenges CMO’s Advice About Sporting Activities: “You’re Confusing The Life Out Of My Officers”
Police Commissioner Gary Griffith, in expressing his disagreement with Chief Medical Officer, Dr. Roshan Parasram’s warning against the resumption of Read more.
BAIL DENIED: Ghislaine Maxwell Remanded Into Custody Until Start Of Trial In Epstein Sex Trafficking Matter
The victims of disgraced US financier Jeffrey Epstein now have another chance at getting some kind of justice, with a Read more.
COVID-19 UPDATE: Lone Patient Remains Warded At Caura Hospital
There remains one active case of COVID-19 in the country.¬† The Ministry of Health’s 6PM update for Tuesday July 14 Read more.
#GE2020: PEP Unveils List Of 31 Election Candidates
With nomination day now three days away, the Progressive Empowerment Party (PEP) has announced its candidates for 31 of the Read more.
Voluntary Product Recall: Minirin Nasal Spray 5ml Vials
The Ministry of Health advises that Ferring Pharmaceuticals, Germany has instituted a voluntary recall of its Minirin RTS Nasal Spray Read more.
Are You Having Trouble Sending Messages On WhatsApp? You’re Not The Only One – It’s A Global Problem
Tens of thousands of WhatsApp users around the world reported difficulty in sending and receiving messages on Tuesday, prompting the  Read more.
WATCH: Patriotic Front Bows Out Of Election Race, Cites PM’s “Sudden” Election Date Announcement As Reason
Two weeks after revealing plans to contest all 41 constituencies in the general election, Political Leader of the Patriotic Front, Read more.
Here’s A Look At What School Will Be Like With COVID-19 Guidelines In Place
With the date now officially set for classes to resume on September 1st, the Ministry of Education has created a Read more.
UPDATE: No Indication Of Foul Play Or Suicide In ‘Glee’ Star Naya Rivera’s Death , Says US Authorities
The body of ‘Glee’ star, Naya Rivera, will be taken to the Ventura County Medical Examiner’s Office for an autopsy Read more.
Who Contacted CPL Officials Pretending To Be The CMO And Why?
In what appears to be an attempt to have Caribbean Premier League (CPL) officials withdraw from having the T-20 tournament Read more.
PM on COVID-19 Border Closure: Exemptions Cannot Be Guided By Emotion
In response to calls for government to fast-track its exemption process for Trinidad and Tobago nationals to be allowed home, Read more.
Schools Will Reopen On September 1st, Education Ministry Officially Announces
Students, parents and teachers can now begin to prepare for the upcoming academic year, as the Ministry of Education has Read more.
80 Year Old Found Hog-Tied Outside Wallerfield Home
Police have launched an investigation after the body of an 80 year old man, identified as Winston Kallian, was found Read more.
COVID-19 UPDATE: Four More Patients Discharged From Caura Hospital
There is now only one active case of COVID-19, as the Ministry of Health on Monday revealed that four patients Read more.
#GE2020: Progressive Party Calls For Public Debates Ahead Of Polling Day
“An election where candidates cannot face-off in a controlled environment with a moderator to answer pressing questions will never be Read more.
COVID-19 UPDATE: 4336 People Tested, No New Cases
Trinidad and Tobago’s number of confirmed COVID-19 cases remains at 133, according to the Ministry of Health’s latest update.¬† 4336 Read more.
Nour Wazzi Releases Sci-Fi Short Film ‘Lab Rat’
In short science fiction film, Lab Rat, by Nour Wazzi, it’s the near future, and a group of scientists are Read more.
When Powerful Organizations Become The Centre Of Sexual Abuse Allegations: One Survivor’s Fight For Accountability
The rumbling which began on social media in recent weeks detailing allegations of sexual abuse within the 2 Cents Movement Read more.
As CPL Is Set To Take Place In Trinidad Next Month, Kamla Asks “But What About Our Citizens
It’s official- the 2020 Caribbean Premier League will take place in Trinidad next month, as Cabinet approved the event on Read more.
Bar Owners Protest COVID-19 Opening Hours
Members of the Bar Owners and Operators Association protested outside of the Prime Minister’s Office this morning, calling for some Read more.
$75K Bail For Man Charged With Sexual Abusing 7 Year Old
A 43-year-old Princes Town man who was charged with one count of sexual touching on Wednesday, was granted bail in Read more.
Government Has Spent $65M On Salary Relief Grants To Date
Government has paid a total of 45,694 Salary Relief Grants to date, at a value of $65 million. Providing he Read more.
#GE2020: PM Makes Request To CARICOM & Commonwealth For Election Observers
Prime Minister Dr. Keith Rowley on Thursday wrote to CARICOM Secretary-General, Irwin La Rocque, and the  Commonwealth Secretary-General,  Patricia Scotland Read more.
Grenada Postpones Border Reopening Amid COVID-19 Concerns
Grenada has postponed plans to reopen its borders to international travel until July 15th, as COVID-19 cases around the world Read more.
This New Canadian Airline Will Fly To The Caribbean
The Quebec-based Airline ‘Off We Go’ (OWG) is set to be launched later this year- with plans set to target Read more.
Teachers Can Now Apply For Transfers Online, MOE Announces
Teachers can now apply for transfers online instead of having to commute to the Ministry of Education’s Head Office, as Read more.
Elections In A Time Of COVID-19: Here’s What The EBC Is Doing
The Elections and Boundaries Commission (EBC) has staged a ‚Äúmock polling station‚ÄĚ simulation exercise, to assess its level of preparedness Read more.
#GE2020: Kamla Writes To PM, Calls For International Observers For Election
Political Leader of the United National Congress, Kamla Persad-Bissessar has written to Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley, urging him to Read more.
Arima Mayor Selected As PNM’s New Candidate For D’abadie/O’Meara
Arima Mayor Lisa Morris-Julian has been selected as the People’s National Movement’s candidate for D’abadie/O’Meara, completing the party’s slate of Read more.
Five Shot In Arouca
Police are currently on the scene of a shooting at Waterloo Road in Arouca. The incident took place shortly after Read more.
US Threatens To Deport Foreign Students
In what has been called a “vile” move by some critics, the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement announced Monday new Read more.
Cops Involved In Morvant Killing Get Taken Off “Active Duty”, TTPS Questions PCA’s Recommendation For Suspension
Even as he announced that the officers involved in the June 27th killing of three men in Morvant would be Read more.
COVID-19 UPDATE: 290 Nationals Discharged From Cruise Ship Quarantine
All remaining 290 nationals from the Enchantment of the Seas vessel, who received negative COVID-19 test results, have been discharged.  Read more.
PM Meets With Community Recovery Team
Three more people have been added to the Community Recovery Team which was appointed by Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley Read more.
Say Hello To Baby Bolt!
How adorable! Usain Bolt fans were blessed on Tuesday as the star Olympian and his partner, Kasi Bennett, released the Read more.
Boy, 14, In Court For Murder
A 14-year-old boy is expected to appear virtually before the Children’s Court on Tuesday, charged with the murder of 44 Read more.
Wasa Advises Of Supply Disruption In Parts Of South West Trinidad Tomorrow
The Water and Sewerage Authority (the Authority) advises customers in parts of South West Trinidad served by the Point Fortin Read more.
#GE2020: PNM Executive Approves 40 Candidates, Party To Screen For D’abadie/Omeara Tomorrow
The Central Executive of the People’s National Movement has unanimously approved  all 40 candidates picked to contest seats in the Read more.
Griffith Promises To “Act Accordingly” After Receiving PCA Report On Police Shooting
Police Commissioner Gary Griffith has responded to the Police Complaints Authority’s recommendation that the officers involved in the fatal shooting Read more.
COVID-19 UPDATE: Confirmed Cases Remain At 133
Of the 5,558 samples tested for COVID-19 to date, the number of confirmed cases remains at 133. See the Ministry Read more.
PCA Advises Commissioner Griffith On Morvant Police Killing : “Suspend Your Officers”
Hours after the officers involved in the killing of three men in Morvant on June 27th were placed on desk Read more.
Cop Killers Placed On Administrative Duty
The police officers who were involved in the fatal shooting of three men in Morvant on June 27th, have been Read more.
#GE2020: Eight Incumbents Selected To Contest Seats For UNC
Eight incumbents have been retained to contest their seats for the United National Congress in the August 10th general election, Read more.
Local Dancehall Artiste Rebel Sixx Gunned Down At His Home
Dancehall artiste Kyle ‘Rebel Sixx’ George was gunned down at his Bon Air Gardens home in Arouca during the early Read more.
COVID-19 UPDATE: Confirmed Cases Reach 133
Two more additional nationals from the Enchantment of the Seas has tested positive for COVID-19, bringing the overall number of Read more.
#GE2020: Ancil Antoine Stripped From Election Candidacy After “Insensitive” Comment About The US
The People’s National Movement (PNM) is now forced to find a new candidate¬† to contest the D’Abadie/Omeara seat, after withdrawing Read more.
Teens Arrested For Gun, Ammunition Possession
Two teenaged boys, 17 and 18,  have been arrested for possession of a firearm and a quantity of ammunition during Read more.
WEATHER WATCH: Tropical Wave Activity Expected To Intensify This Afternoon
Heavy showers are expected to begin late on Sunday, as three back-to-back Tropical Waves are forecast to keep the ITCZ Read more.
Bar Owners Explore Legal Options To Extend Opening Hours
The Bar Owners and Operators Association of Trinidad and Tobago is considering sending a pre-action protocol letter to the Attorney Read more.
PM Warns Point Fortin Residents- “Don’t Be Fooled By Their Election Promises”
As government delivered the long awaited Point Fortin Hospital on Saturday, Prime Minister Dr. Keith Rowley cautioned residents not to Read more.
Top Cop: “I am the last person to retreat or surrender”
Following a week of intense protest action, prompted by the police killing of three men in Morvant last week, Police Read more.
Tobago Records Fifth Murder
A 27 year old man is dead following a shooting in Les Coteaux, Tobago on Saturday morning.   The victim Read more.
WATCH: Canada PM Endorses Virtual Toronto Carnival
Toronto Caribbean 2020 is on with some key changes, most notable of which is that the summer festival will take Read more.
$650K In Ganja Destroyed By Police
Marijuana trees valued at $650,000 were seized and destroyed by officers of the Roxborough Police Station Special Investigations Unit on Read more.
Man Charged With Sexual Assault Of Girls 12, 13, 17
A 30-year-old fisherman was arrested and charged by Child Protection Unit (CPU) officers-on allegations he sexually assaulted three young girls Read more.
IT’S OFFICIAL: General Election Date Set To August 10th
In just under six weeks, on August 10th, Trinidad and Tobago voters  will head to the polls to cast their Read more.
Police Complaints Authority: “We Need Legislative Reform To Improve Investigation Process”
Hours after Prime Minister Dr. Keith Rowley expressed his own lack of confidence in the Police Complaints Authority (PCA) as Read more.
COVID-19 UPDATE: No New Cases Reported Today, Record Remains At 130
See the evening update from the Ministry of Health below: Read more.
NJAC On Protests: “Fire The Officers Under Investigation”
The National Joint Action Committee (NJAC) has added its voice to the chorus of people calling for the immediate suspension Read more.
$750 Fuel Grant For Taxi Drivers
Taxi drivers with registered vehicles will qualify for a one-off fuel relief grant from the State, meant to ease the Read more.
Apple Closes More Stores In The US As COVID-19 Cases Continue To Climb
Thirty more Apple stores across the US closed on Thursday, amid mounting COVID-19 cases being reported across the country. This Read more.
Man Detained For Failed DUI Test, Resisting Arrest And Assaulting Officers
A Point Fortin man was granted bail in the sum of $50,000 after being arrested on a DUI charge.  43 Read more.
PM: “Police Must Be Held Accountable, But Citizens Have No Right To Seek Revenge”
Even as he admitted that there is a loss in public confidence regarding the efficiency of the Police Complaints Authority Read more.
Police Complaints Authority Calls For Witnesses In Ornella Greaves Shooting
The Police Complaints Authority (PCA) is calling for witnesses to come forward as investigations continue into the killing of Beetham Read more.
T&T Maintains Tier 2 Ranking In Tackling Human Trafficking
Official Statement from the Ministry of National Security:  The Government of Trinidad and Tobago, largely through the Counter Trafficking Unit Read more.
UK Follows US In Issuing Security Alert To Its Nationals In T&T
British nationals who are currently in Trinidad are being advised by their home country to practice extreme caution, amid a Read more.
BREAKING: Charges Officially Laid Against Fuad Abu Bakr
Breaching the COVID-19 Act, use of violent language to provoke violence, obstruction of duty of a police officer  and three Read more.
Did The Officers Who Shot And Killed Three Men In Morvant Have Body Cameras?
The Trinidad and Tobago Police Service- which has approximately 7000 officers- has 180 functioning body cameras.  This was revealed by Read more.
Government Expands COVID-19 Community Testing
Community testing for COVID-19 will be extended to eight health centres throughout Trinidad.  Testing will take place at the following centres, Read more.
Fuad Abu Bakr Detained For Over 24 Hours
Political leader of the New National Vision (NNV) Fuad Abu Bakr remained in police custody for a second day on Read more.
Police Fire Tear Gas At Protesters As Demonstrations Continue For A Third Day
As Parliamentarians sat in the House of Representatives on Wednesday afternoon, there was a heavy line of police officers outside Read more.
“Good Job, TTPS”: Business Chamber Backs Police Response To Protest Action
The Trinidad and Tobago Chamber of Industry and Commerce is praising what it calls the “excellent” work done by the Read more.
US Embassy Advises Americans In T&T To “Shelter In Place” Following Protests
The United States Embassy in Port of Spain has issued a security alert for American citizens, following a day of Read more.
After Caledonia Residents Apologized For Robbing Chee Mooke Bakery, The Owners Have A Change Of Heart
A community coming together to right the wrongs committed by some, saw a change of heart from the Chee Mooke Read more.
PROTEST UPDATE: 72 Arrested, Top Cop Dismisses Outrage As “Orchestrated Plot By Criminal Elements”
“Intelligence has revealed that this was an orchestrated plan that was led by several gang members, whereby the intention was Read more.
Beetham Resident Killed By Officer Amid Protest Against Police Killings
A 30 year old Beetham resident who was shot by a police officer during Tuesday’s massive protest action in the Read more.
WATCH: Another Heated Day In The Capital City As Citizens Protest Police Killings
At least two or three men are reported to have been wounded by police bullets today, as an army of Read more.
COVID-19 UPDATE: Four New Returning Nationals Test Positive, Four Other Patients Discharged
Four more returning nationals have tested positive for COVID-19, taking T&T’s number of confirmed cases to 130. Three of the Read more.
COVID-19 UPDATE: 5,057 Samples Tested, Cases Remain At 126
The number of active COVID-19 cases in the country remains at nine, according to the Ministry of Health’s evening update Read more.
Morvant Residents Protest After Three Killed By Police Over The Weekend
Enraged over the killing of three men by police in Morvant over the weekend, residents took to the streets on Read more.
Europe Reopens Border To International Travellers- US, China Among Countries Without Access
The European Union has officially named 14 countries which it will allow to travel to the bloc, another step in Read more.
Bar Owners Hit With Earlier Closing Times After Errant Operators Fail To Obey Social Distancing Guidelines
Just one week after getting the green light from government to resume operations after being shut down for three months, Read more.
Jamaican Dancehall Artiste Rygin King Critical After Shooting Incident
Well known Jamaican dancehall artiste and DJ, Rygin King was rushed for emergency surgery on Sunday, after he was shot Read more.
Were These Police Killings Justified? Police Complaints Authority Launches Investigation
Hours after Police Constable Allen Mosely’s bullet riddled body was found at Old Road in Morvant, three men were shot Read more.
T&T Nationals On Board Cruise Ship To Be Transferred To On Land State Quarantine
Official Statement from the Ministry of Health: The Ministry of Health (MoH), the Ministry of National Security (MNS) and the Read more.
Birthday Celebrations Gone Sour- Man Fatally Shot On Eve Of His 23rd Birthday
Jessie Mascall would have turned 23rd birthday on Monday, June 28th. Gunmen robbed him of the opportunity early on Sunday Read more.
Another Grim Milestone- COVID-19 Cases Crosses 10 Million Worldwide
The Johns Hopkins University- which tracks the daily increase on COVID-19 cases around the world,   confirmed on Sunday that the Read more.
Twelve Venezuelan Nationals Detained After Illegally Entering T&T, Sent For COVID-19 Quarantine
Twelve Venezuelans were arrested as they came ashore at Palo Seco Beach, Palo Seco on Saturday. Officers of the Santa Read more.
Bar Owners Association Condemns “Errant” Bar Owners, Pleads With Government Not To Punish All
On the heels of Prime Minister Dr. Keith Rowley’s stern warning to bar owners on Saturday, that he would revoke Read more.
Coast Guard Officers Seize “Plant Like Substance” On Board Vessel With Foreign Nationals
Trinidad and Tobago Coast Guard (TTCG) officers intercepted a vessel in Gulf of Paria during the wee hours of Sunday, Read more.
T&TEC Crews Work To Restore Power Outages In North & East Trinidad After Destructive Showers
Twenty-five T&TEC crews are still working in North and East Trinidad to restore supply to customers, after severe weather on Read more.
Facebook Takes Another Big Hit As Coca Cola Pulls Out Ads For 30 Days
It’s safe to say this hasn’t been a good week for Facebook boss Mark Zuckerberg. Coca Cola announced on Saturday Read more.
Top Cop Offers Condolences After Officer Slain In Morvant
Commissioner of Police, Gary Griffith has extended condolences to the family, friends, and colleagues of PC Allen Moseley who he Read more.
Microsoft Suffers $450M Hit, All Stores To Be Closed Permanently
The concept of designing a “new normal” as a result of COVID-19 is one Microsoft knows well- the company announced Read more.
Barbados To Reopen Borders July 12
Barbados is moving ahead to its ‘new normal’ from July 1st, with Prime Minister Mia Mottley announcing that the island Read more.
COVID-19 UPDATE: Two More Test Positive For Virus, 126 Cases In Total
Trinidad and Tobago now has 126 confirmed cases of COVID-19, nine of which are active.  This was confirmed by the Read more.
Met Office Issues Adverse Weather Alert, Destructive Showers Recorded Across T&T
Heavy showers and gusty winds recorded across Trinidad and Tobago on Saturday morning have resulted in several reports of fallen Read more.
The Fight Against COVID-19 In The US Is Far From Over, Health Experts Warn
The number of new Coronavirus infections in the US has reached levels not seen since April. As a result, Texas, Read more.
Drink Lounge & Bistro Forced To Close Doors Due To COVID-19
As many businesses struggle to regain footing as they emerge from COVID-19 lockdown restrictions, the sad reality is that for Read more.
Health Ministry Warns Against Using Hand Sanitizers Containing Methanol
Official Statement from the Ministry of Health: It has come to the attention of the Ministry of Health (MOH), that Read more.
COVID-19 UPDATE: Trinidad & Tobago Records Additional Case Of Virus
Trinidad and Tobago recorded one additional case of COVID-19 on Friday evening, bringing the total number of cases to 124, Read more.
Suspect Held In Connection With Toddler’s Murder
The Trinidad and Tobago Police Service has confirmed that one suspect is in custody in connection with the double murder Read more.
Charged With Sexually Assaulting 15 Year Old Girl, Police Officer Granted $175K Bail
A Tobago police officer charged with four counts of sexually penetrating a 15 year old girl, has been granted $175,000 Read more.
Charged With Her Sister’s Murder
Just over one week after the body of 53 year old Geeta Newman was found at her home in Plaisance Read more.
Beware Of Social Media ‘Government Grant’ Scam, Warns TTPS
Official statement from the TTPS: The Trinidad and Tobago Police Service is warning the public to be extremely wary of Read more.
ELECTION WATCH: Mickela Panday’s Patriotic Front Party To Contest All 41 Seats
The election race just got stiffer. Political Leader of the Patriotic Front, Mickela Panday, announced on Thursday that the party Read more.
Temporary Partial Closure Of Wrightson Road To Begin On Friday
Official Statement from the Ministry of Works and Transport:  The Ministry of Works and Transport wishes to advise the public Read more.
COVID-19 UPDATE: 4,543 Samples Tested, No New Cases
The number of confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Trinidad and Tobago remains at 123, according to the Ministry of Health’s Read more.
$80K Bail For Man Charged With Beating Female Police Officer
A man was was granted bail in the sum of $80,000 when he appeared before a Chaguanas Magistrate charged with Read more.
Loophole Closed- Bars, Casino Owners To Open No Earlier Than 8am Daily
Bars and casinos will only be allowed to open their establishments from 8am. The new stipulation in the Public Health Read more.
Australia and New Zealand Win Bid To Co-Host 2023 Women’s World Cup
It’s official- Australia and New Zealand will co-host the 2023 Women‚Äôs World Cup. They won a 22-13 vote against Columbia Read more.
$25,000 Reward For Help In Finding Toddler’s Killer
The Trinidad and Tobago Police Service (TTPS) is offering a $25,000 reward for anyone with information which can lead to Read more.
Two Men Killed In Confrontation With Police
Two men  are dead after they were shot by police officers in the Enterprise area. The incident took place on Read more.
Route 2 Maxis Get Two Week Extension Of PBR Passes
Official Statement From The Ministry of Works & Transport: The Ministry of Works and Transport wishes to advise that authorization Read more.
COVID-19 UPDATE: 4,396 Samples Sumbitted For Testing, No New Cases
The number of confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Trinidad and Tobago remains at 123 for another day, according to the Read more.
Heritage Petroleum Exports 550K Barrels Of Crude Oil
Heritage Petroleum announces that it has resumed oil exports, with the sale and export of 550,000 barrels of crude oil Read more.
Carnival 2021 Remains Up In The Air As Pandemic Pans Out
The future of Carnival 2021 remains undecided, as government says it is unable to make a firm decision at this Read more.
COVID-19 Backlash: Americans Face Possible Ban From Travelling To Europe
The European Union is expected to make a decision by Wednesday evening, to determine whether Americans will be banned entry Read more.
Antigua & Barbuda Records 39 New Cases Of COVID-19
Antigua and Barbuda has recorded 39 new cases of COVID-19. Among the new cases are returning nationals who were recently Read more.
CAL Recorded $21.8M Increase In Revenue At Start Of 2020… And Then COVID-19 Hit
Caribbean Airlines is reporting an increase of $21.8million in revenue for the first two months of 2020 when compared to Read more.
Prison Visits To Resume Next Monday
The Trinidad and Tobago Prison Service has announced that visits to the nation’s prisons will be allowed from next Monday, Read more.
Fireman Sentenced To Two Months For Threats
A fireman was sentenced to two months’ hard labour after pleading guilty to the charges of threats to kill and Read more.
COVID-19 UPDATE: Cases Remain At 123
The number of confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Trinidad and Tobago remains at 123, according to the Ministry of Health’s Read more.
Fatalities Reported As 7.4 Magnitude Earthquake Rocks Southern Mexico
At least four people died on Tuesday after an earthquake hit the southern coastline of Mexico, in the state of Read more.
50% Of US$500M Bond Will Be Used To Refinance Government Loan, Says Colm
Finance Minister Colm Imbert. (Photo Courtesy the Parliament of Trinidad and Tobago) Half of the recent US$500million bond which was Read more.
Tennis Star Novak Djokovic And Wife Test Positive For COVID-19
Tennis superstar Novak Djokovic and his wife  Jelena have tested positive for COVID-19. Their positive diagnosis comes after Djokovic took Read more.
Coast Guard Officers Seize “Plant Like Substance” On Board Vessel
The Trinidad and Tobago Coast Guard (TTCG) found and seized 14 packages which contained a green plant like substance believed Read more.
TT To Benefit From US$5.3M COVID-19 Relief Fund From Canada
Fifteen Caribbean countries, including Trinidad and Tobago, will benefit from a US$5.3 million dollar contribution from the Canadian government, to Read more.
Teen Dies Following St James Shooting Incident
The victim in Monday’s shooting incident which took place at Long circular Road St. James has been identified as 16 Read more.
Missing Teen Found At Home Of 32 Year Old Tobago Man, Sexual Assault Charges Laid
A 32 year old man was denied bail when he appeared before a Scarborough Magistrate in Tobago on Monday, charged Read more.
COVID-19 UPDATE: No New Cases, Cruise Ship Occupants To End Quarantine On Wednesday
The number of confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Trinidad and Tobago remains at 123, according to the Ministry of Health’s Read more.
Teenager Drowns During Trip To Waterfall
There are reports of a drowning incident which took place at the Blue Basin waterfall on Monday morning. The victim Read more.
Photojournalist Killed At Murder Scene In Barbados
A photojournalist with Nation News in Barbados was killed on Monday afternoon when he responded to a report of a Read more.
CAL Recorded Over $96M In Losses In First Month Of Border Closure
Minister of Public Administration and Minister in the Ministry of Finance, Allyson West. (Photo Courtesy the Parliament of Trinidad & Read more.
Man Granted $47K Bail For Choking Woman
A 59-year-old man was granted bail on Monday when he appeared before the Arima Magistrate‚Äôs on two charges ‚Äď Choking Read more.
Faria To Remain As Chamber CEO, Board Excuses Him For “Attack” On Government
The board of the T&T Chamber of Industry and Commerce has taken a decision to keep Gabriel Faria as its Read more.
High Powered Rifle Seized In Cocorite, Five Men Arrested
Five men, aged 19 to 22, were arrested on Sunday following the seizure of two firearms and a quantity of Read more.
COVID-19 UPDATE: Six Patients Remain At Hospital; 23 More Samples Submitted For Testing
A total of 4,313 samples have been submitted for COVID-19¬† testing according to the Ministry of Health’s evening update on Read more.
Six Teens Arrested Following Point Fortin Robbery
Six teenagers, aged 14 to 18, have been arrested by Point Fortin Officers in connection with a break-in in the Read more.
“Slow Down Coronavirus Testing, Too Many Cases Being Detected,” Trump Jokes
US President Donald Trump held his first campaign rally in Tulsa’s Bank of Oklahoma Centre on Saturday night, making an Read more.
14 Year Old Fyzabad Teen Reported Missing
The Fyzabad Police is actively searching for 14-year-old Kendra Cuffie, of Southern Main Road, Fyzabad. Kendra was last seen at Read more.
OSHA, UDeCOTT Launch Investigation After Contractor Suffers 10FT Fall In Tobago
A full investigation has been launched to determine whether there was any breach in health and safety precautions which could Read more.
NIBTT Offices To Return To Regular Hours From Monday
The National Insurance Board of Trinidad and Tobago (NIBTT) wishes to advise the public that, in keeping with the Government’s Read more.
Heritage Petroleum Alerted To Cut Gas Lines In Barrackpore
Officials at the Heritage Petroleum Company Limited have launched an investigation after discovering that someone cut a gas line at Read more.
COVID-19 UPDATE: 4,290 Samples Sumbitted For Testing, No New Cases
A total of 4,290 samples have been submitted for COVID-19¬† testing according to the Ministry of Health’s morning update on Read more.
CoP Calls “Selected Outcry” Following 2 Year Old’s Murder
One day A father and his two-year-old daughter were shot and killed in Tunapuna, Police Commissioner Gary Griffith said he Read more.
Bars, Beaches, Cinemas Etc To Reopen From Monday- Here’s What You Need To Know
Government will move ahead with its plans for reopening on Monday June 22nd, with majority places being given the green Read more.
Body Found In Arima
The body of a man was discovered in Arima on Saturday morning.  The deceased has been identified as 34 year Read more.
Mom and 4 Year Old Daughter Reported Missing
Chaguanas Police have mounted a search for 24-year-old Collen Singh and her 4-year-old daughter, Elena Boyce, both of Endeavour Road, Read more.
Two Young Men Drown Over Labour Day Holiday
Rio Seco Waterfall Two young men are suspected to have drowned during two separate incidents which took place on Friday. Read more.
Caribbean Airlines Completes 2nd Phase Of Repatriation Services
Caribbean Airlines successfully completed its second phase of repatriation flights during the period June 18-19 2020, allowing a total 276 Read more.
COVID-19 UPDATE: 4,286 Samples Submitted For Testing, Cases Remain At 123
A total of 4,286 samples have been submitted for COVID-19 testing, according to the Ministry of Health’s evening update on Read more.
Shooting At Temple Street, La Romaine- One Man Killed
One man is dead and two other people injured following a shooting at Temple Street, La Romaine on Thursday night. Read more.
Charges Laid Against Three Police Constables In Connection With Home Invasion
Three police officers have been arrested and charged for their alleged role in a burglary while on duty. Constables Keron Read more.
COVID-19 UPDATE: Cases Remain At 123 For Another Day
A total of 4,229 samples have been submitted for COVID-19 testing, according to the Ministry of Health’s evening update on Read more.
TT Chamber Head Speaks Out After Scathing Attack From PM, Says “I’m Sorry”
Photo Courtesy: Trinidad & Tobago Newsday Head of the Trinidad and Tobago Chamber of Industry Commerce, Gabriel Faria, is now Read more.
Big Win For Dreamers As US Supreme Court Blocks President Trump’s Ban On DACA
The US Supreme Court has rejected Donald Trump’s bid to end the program which made it possible for undocumented immigrants Read more.
ELECTION WATCH: Who Will Replace Fuad Khan In Race For Barataria/San Juan Seat?
While the United National Congress (UNC) is yet to confirm a candidate to contest the Barataria/San Juan seat in the Read more.
Man Granted $75,000 Bail For Alleged Involvement In Kidnapping
A Guapo man appeared before a Point Fortin Magistrate via video conferencing on Thursday, for his alleged role in the Read more.
Muslim Reps Offer Help, Top Cops Gets A Copy of the Quran
The representatives of two Islamic Organisations paid a courtesy call on top cop Gary Griffith at his office at the Read more.
PM Accuses TT Chamber Head Of Using Platform To Express Personal Political Views
Prime Minister Dr. Keith Rowley did not mince words when he took to social media on Wednesday, to hit back Read more.
WATCH: Superblue Gets Street Named After Him In Hometown Of Point Fortin
Local Government Minister Kazim Hosein (LEFT) and Veteran soca star Austin “Superblue” Lyons (RIGHT) point to the newly erected street Read more.
More Protests: St. Ann’s Hospital Staff Demand Outstanding Wages
Wednesday’s bleak weather was not enough to deter staff of the St. Ann’s Psychiatric Hospital from¬† marching to the Prime Read more.
COVID-19 UPDATE: No New Cases Recorded Today
Sixty more samples were submitted for testing in the last 24 hours, according to the Ministry of Health’s evening update Read more.
Murder Accused Appears Before Virtual Court, Granted $200K Bail
Jesse Daniel, of Crown Trace Enterprise, was granted bail of $200,000 or cash alternative of $17,000 when he appeared  before Read more.
No Rule Bending For Quarantine Patients, Says Deyalsingh
Patients in State quarantine will not be allowed, under any conditions, to leave the facilities before their 14 day window Read more.
Adverse Weather Alert, Yellow Level
Start date (local time) Wed, Jun 17, 2020 5:00 AM End date (local time)   Thu, Jun 18, 2020 6:00 Read more.
Step Father Charged with Child Cruelty
A 37-year-old man was charged with child cruelty when his step son was injured after he was beaten with a Read more.
After protests, Workers Get 100% Payment
Staff at the North Central Regional Health Authority (NCRHA) who engaged in protest action at Arima on Monday and Mt Read more.
MP: “So Called Criminal Activity In Maloney Gardens Is Not The Norm”
Member of Parliament for the Arouca/Maloney constituency, Camille Robinson-Regis, is rejecting the narrative that Maloney is a¬† ‘crime hotspot’, calling Read more.
Heavy Showers Predicted For Wednesday- Met Office Issues Yellow Level Adverse Weather Alert
The Met Office has predicted a 70%  chance of heavy showers and thunderstorm activity across Trinidad and Tobago beginning on Read more.
COVID-19 Update: 4,111 Samples Tested, Cases Remain At 123
Trinidad and Tobago’s number of confirmed COVID-19 cases remains at 123, six of which are active.  A total of 4,111 Read more.
Third Suspect Charged With Killing Enterprise Man
Jesse Daniel, a 27-year-old man, of Crown Trace Enterprise, will appear before the Chaguanas Magistrates’ Court tomorrow, Wednesday 17th June,to Read more.
TTPS Denies Involvement In Carapo Shooting
The Trinidad and Tobago Police Service (TTPS) is denying media reports which  attributed the killing of Roger Cabie in Carapo Read more.
Barry Gets Green Light To Return To TT For Political Screening
Princes Town MP Barry Padarath has been granted an exemption to return home for political screening with the United National Read more.
Soldiers, Police Granted $400K Bail For Forcing Man To Consume Alcohol
Police officers Anthony Alert and Kadeem Cadiz, along with soldiers Kevin Rawlins and Dane Williams have each been granted bail Read more.
Man Killed Following Police Involved Incident In Carapo
Deceased: Roger Cabie One man was killed following a shooting incident at Simon Road, Carapo on Monday night.  The victim Read more.
COVID-19 Update: 4,020 Samples Tested, Cases Remain At 123
Trinidad and Tobago’s number of confirmed COVID-19 cases remains at 123, six of which are active.¬† A total of 4,020 Read more.
Government Receives US$50Million Loan To Improve Living Conditions Of Low-Income Households
The Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) has approved a US$50 million (TT$338 million) loan to improve the living conditions of low-income Read more.
Donald Trump To Sign Executive Order On Police Reform
US President Donald Trump will sign an executive order on police reform tomorrow, he said this morning, as activists ramp Read more.
Oscars Delayed Until April 2021
Film’s biggest night is being rescheduled for the first time in 40 years due to the coronavirus pandemic.¬† The Academy Read more.
$40,000 Worth Of Marijuana Trees Destroyed in Carapo
An air-rifle was discovered and marijuana trees worth an estimated $40,000 were destroyed by officers of the Northern Division, during Read more.
Arima Teen Shot Dead
A teenage boy was murdered on Sunday night after two masked gunmen chased and shot him. Police said that around Read more.
Central Market Vendors Protest
During a protest this morning, Central Market vendors said the Port of Spain City Corporation has stopped garbage trucks from Read more.
Fears Of Second COVID-19 Wave As China Battles Fresh Outbreak
China reported its highest daily number of new coronavirus cases in months on Sunday, triggering fears of a second wave Read more.
Three Arrested Following Police Involved Shooting, Assault Rifle Seized
Three men have been arrested and a high-powered rifle and quantity of ammunition seized by officers of the Central Division, Read more.
US Supreme Court Rules In Favor Of LGBT Employees
A major win for the LGBT community came on Monday as the US Supreme Court has ruled that employers who Read more.
Grandfathers Among Five Charged With Sexual Assault Of Minors
Five men, including two grandfathers, are expected to appear before Sangre Grande, Port-of-Spain and Scarborough Magistrates today to answer to Read more.
COVID-19 UPDATE: Cases Remain At 123, Test Results Pending For 103 Returning Nationals
T&T‚Äôs number of confirmed COVID-19 cases remains at 123, according to the Health Ministry‚Äôs morning update. At Monday’s virtual press Read more.
COVID-19 UPDATE: Cases Jump To 123 As Five More Returning Cruise Ship Passengers Test Positive
Trinidad and Tobago now has 123 confirmed COVID-19 cases, six of which are active.  On its Sunday evening update, the Read more.
Police Nab Three In Connection With Longdenville Shooting
Three men were arrested and an AR-15 rifle seized following a shooting in Longdenville on Sunday.  According to reports, Central Read more.
ELECTION WATCH: UNC Picks Sportsman David Nakhid To Contest Tunapuna Seat
Former footballer David Nakhid will seek to claim a victory for the United National Congress in the upcoming general election, Read more.
COVID-19 UPDATE: T&T Records 118th Case; Patient Came From Cruise Ship
One of the nationals who returned from a cruise ship on Friday has tested positive for COVID-19, bringing the total Read more.
CAL On Standby With Repatriation Flights For Guyanese Nationals
Guyana’s government is currently tying up loose ends to facilitate the return home of its nationals who are stranded across Read more.
Gary: Don’t Blame Police For Every Domestic Violence Death
“Don’t blame police, the victim made no report” This is Police Commissioner Gary Griffith’s response to those pointing fingers at Read more.
22 Year Old Killed In Domestic Dispute
Investigations are continuing into a stabbing incident on Saturday which claimed the life of one man.  The body of 22 Read more.
COVID-19 UPDATE: 3,876 Samples Tested, No New Cases
A total of 3,876 samples have been submitted for COVID-19 testing in Trinidad and Tobago. The number of COVID-19 confirmed Read more.
T&T Student In Cuba Pleads: “I Just Want To Come Home”
‚ÄúWe can’t point to any specific entity and it seems like our ability to return home is shrouded in mystery.‚ÄĚ Read more.
19,344 Students To Sit Sea Examination
Nine thousand seven hundred and seventy-one (9,771)   boys and nine thousand five hundred and seventy-three (9,573) girls across Trinidad and Read more.
Princes Town Man Fined $20,000 On Gun Charge
A 41 year old man was fined $20,000 after pleading guilty to charges of firearm and ammunition possession when he Read more.
US$39K Found In Washing Machine In Penal, Police Arrest Three
Three men are expected to be charged under the Proceeds of Crime Act, after officers found and  seized a quantity Read more.
High Powered Rifles And Ammunition Seized In Morvant
Two AR-15 rifles, a MAC-10 sub-machine gun, a homemade pistol, a crossbow, two bullet-proof vests and quantities of ammunition and Read more.
Will The New Arima Hospital Be Used As A COVID-19 Facility?
Over the course of the next two weeks, the Ministry of Health will make a final decision as to whether Read more.
Murder In Carapo
A shooting incident at Pinewood Drive, Carapo on Friday night has claimed the life of one man.  44 year old Read more.
Bar Owners, Patrons Arrested During Police Exercises In Penal, Siparia
Twenty-four people, including three bar-owners and a bartender, were arrested by officers of the South Western Division during COVID-19 bar Read more.
MID-YEAR BUDGET REVIEW: Government Revenue Cut By $9.2 Billion
Trinidad and Tobago is now operating on a $14.533 billion budget deficit, as was revealed by Finance Minister Colm Imbert Read more.
COVID-19 UPDATE: 3,538 Samples Tested, No New Cases
A total of 3,538 samples have been submitted for COVID-19 testing in Trinidad and Tobago. The number of COVID-19 confirmed Read more.
Officers Continue Probe Into Mon Repos Kidnapping
The Trinidad and Tobago Police Service (TTPS) is continuing investigations following  a kidnapping  in which one of its officers has Read more.
CAL Arranges Two Flights To Repatriate Barbados Nationals
Barbadians who have been stuck in Trinidad and Tobago as a result of this country’s borders closing in March, will Read more.
UNC Granted Request For Meeting With EBC To Discuss Upcoming General Election
A six member delegation from the United National Congress (UNC) met with officials of the Elections and Boundaries Commission (EBC) Read more.
TTUTA Urged To Cooperate In SEA Matter, Government Not Budging On Date, Says PM
The date for the Secondary Entrance Assessment (SEA) examinations will remain at August 20th, despite contention from the Trinidad and Read more.
Government Is Prepared To Extend Venezuelans Stay Up To December
As the expiration date approaches for the roughly 16,000 Venezuelan who were granted a one year permit to live and Read more.
Local Dancehall Star K-Lion Has Died
The Trinidad and Tobago dancehall community has lost one of its most promising stars, with the sudden passing of K-Lion Read more.
Ex-Officer In George Floyd Case Released After Making $1M Bail
Online records posted by the Hennepin County Jail on Wednesday evening have revealed that former Minneapolis police officer Thomas Lane, Read more.
Fuad Abu Bakr Removed As Jamaat PRO
Fuad Abu Bakr has been removed as the Public Relations Officer (PRO) at the Jamaat Al Muslimeen, the organization led Read more.
COVID-19 UPDATE: Cases Remain At 117
A total of 3,481 samples have been submitted for COVID-19 testing in Trinidad and Tobago. The number of COVID-19 confirmed Read more.
Heavy Showers Expected On Corpus Christi Holiday
The Met Office is monitoring a tropical wave with convective activity currently to the east of Trinidad and Tobago. In Read more.
IT’S OFFICIAL: SEA Exams To Be Held In August
Students due to sit the Secondary Entrance Assessment (SEA) exam this year can now breathe a collective sigh of relief, Read more.
Cap-Snatcher To Be Investigated By TTPS
An investigation has been launched into an incident at the Queen’s Park Savannah on Monday in which the cap of Read more.
Cops Charged With Conspiracy To Pervert The Course Of Justice
Two Professional Standards Bureau police officers have appeared before a virtual court, to answer to the charge of conspiracy to Read more.
Zara To Close Up To 1200 Stores Worldwide
The owner of Zara plans to close as many as 1200 stores worldwide as the clothing retailer tries to boost Read more.
Officers To Be Charged Following Viral Video
Two Members of the Regiment and two police officers have been charged for their actions in connection with a viral Read more.
Tobago Man Granted $5,000 Bail For Assaulting Ex-Girlfriend
A 32-year-old Tobago man has been granted $5000 bail by a Scarborough Magistrate after being charged for assaulting his ex-girlfriend.  Read more.
Stolen Vehicle Found With False Plates
Three weeks after being reported stolen from Hololo Road, Cascade, a Nissan Tiida has been recovered.  Officers of the Western Read more.
Barrackpore Woman Killed At Home, Suspect Turns Himself In To Police
A Barrackpore woman was murdered at her home on Tuesday evening, following an argument with a male relative. The victim, Read more.
Cops Release Eight People After Failing To Secure Evidence For Charges
Eight people who were arrested during an anti crime exercise in Cocorite last Friday have been released after officers could Read more.
COVID-19 UPDATE: 3,462 Samples Tested, No New Cases
As it stands, a total of 3,462 samples have been submitted for COVID-19 testing in Trinidad and Tobago. According to Read more.
SWRHA Rubbishes Claim Of Two New COVID-19 Cases At San F’do Hospital
Social media reports which indicated two new COVID-19 cases were recorded at the San Fernando Teaching Hospital are completely false, Read more.
Arima Hospital Completed At Estimated $1.6B
From left, His Excellency Song Yumin, Ambassador of the People’s Republic of China to Trinidad and Tobago, Health Minister Terrence Read more.
Opposition Chief Whip: Return Regular Speaking Times For Parliament
The Opposition is calling for the Parliament to revert to its regular speaking times, essentially doing away with the COVID-19 Read more.
Protesters In Virginia Run Over By Ku Klux Klan “Leader”
A self-described Ku Klux Klan leader who drove a vehicle into a crowd of peaceful protesters demonstrating against the killing Read more.
Arima Shopkeeper Arrested For Selling Alcohol Without Permit
A 36-year-old Arima woman has been reprimanded and discharged after she was found selling alcohol without a license after regulated Read more.
Two Men Shot In Maloney Gardens
A 24-year-old man is now warded in serious condition at the Eric Williams Medical Sciences Complex after being shot in Read more.
68 Held In Illegal Gambling Den In San Juan
68 people were held in an illegal gambling den San Juan at around 11pm on Monday night for breaching regulations Read more.
Charges Being Prepped For Police And Soldiers In Viral Video Forcing Homeless Man To Drink Alcohol
DCP (Ag.) McDonald Jacob, The two police officers and two soldiers who were involved in a disturbing video posted on Read more.
COVID-19 UPDATE: Seven More Samples Submitted For Testing Today
To date, a total of 3,439 samples have been submitted for COVID-19 testing in Trinidad and Tobago. According to the Read more.
Heritage Petroleum Continues Clean Up Following Barrackpore Oil Spill
Clean up efforts following an oil spill in the vicinity of Wilson Road, Barrackpore over the weekend, are expected to Read more.
Tobago Man Granted $5000 Bail For Assaulting His Former Partner
A 32-year-old man has been granted $5,000 own bail after appearing before a Scarborough Magistrate on Tuesday, to answer to Read more.
Griffith On Black Lives Matter Demonstration: Police Not Trying To Be “High Handed”
Police Commissioner Gary Griffith has spoken out against what he describes as a group of people using the front of Read more.
Suspect Held Following Fire At Savannah Vending Booths
A Belmont man has been arrested in connection with a mid-day fire which officers believe was intentionally set on the Read more.
Mom To Appear In Court For Abusing And Neglecting Autistic Son
Stock Image A 37-year-old mother will appear before a Sangre Grande Magistrate on Tuesday, to answer to charges of wilfully Read more.
COVID-19 UPDATE: 3,432 Samples Submitted For Testing
To date, a total of 3,432 samples have been submitted for COVID-19 testing in Trinidad and Tobago. According to the Read more.
Yellow Level Adverse Weather Alert Discontinued
The Yellow Level Adverse Weather Alert has been discontinued, and is now reduced to green level, according to the latest Read more.
Police Receive Anonymous Call, Led To Body In Maloney Gardens
Police are continuing investigations after the body of an unidentified man was discovered in Maloney Gardens on Tuesday morning. Officers Read more.
BP Prepares To Cut Global Workforce By 10,000
BP has announced that it will reduce its global workforce by 10,000 jobs before the end of 2020. The announcement Read more.
Man Killed In Piarco
A shooting incident in Piarco on Monday night ended with one man being killed and another injured. The deceased has Read more.
TTFA Mourns Passing Of Ex-National Team Captain Sedley Joseph
Former ex-National Football Captain Sedley Joesph Former ex-National Football Captain Sedley Joesph has died at age 80. Mr. Joseph, who Read more.
Approved Tobago Landlords To Receive COVID-19 Rental Assistance Grant From Tomorrow
The Division of Health, Wellness and Family Development of the Tobago House of Assembly (THA) says it will begin payments of Read more.
Met Office Issues Adverse Weather Alert- Yellow Level
Heavy showers are expected on Tuesday, as the Met Office has issued a Yellow Level Adverse Weather Alert, set to Read more.
COVID-19 UPDATE: 3,421 Samples Submitted For Testing, No New Cases
Trinidad and Tobago’s number of COVID-19 confirmed cases remains at 117, with zero of those cases being active.¬† The lone Read more.
WASA UPDATE: Point Fortin Desalination Plant Issue Fixed
The Water and Sewerage Authority (WASA) wishes to update customers in parts of Point Fortin and La Brea, served by Read more.
Mom Charged For Failing To Report Daughter’s Sexual Assault
A  52 year old woman appeared before a Sangre Grande Magistrates’ court on Monday, charged with one count of failing Read more.
Couple Held On ATM Card Fraud
A Canadian man and a Guyanese woman have been charged with the trafficking of bogus ATM cards and possession of Read more.
WATCH: Police Officers Intervene In #BlackLivesMatter Protest In Front Of US Embassy
Protesters at the Black Lives Matter protest on Monday Police officers responded to a protest opposite the US Embassy at Read more.
Sun Eaters Maker Pulls Product From Shelves of Starlite Pharmacies
Gillian Goddard, owner of the local chocolate company, Suneaters Chocolate, announced via Instagram on Sunday that she has removed her Read more.
Ex-Officer Makes First Appearance In George Floyd Case, Granted US $1M Bail
Derek Chauvin, the ex-police officer  charged with manslaughter, second and third degree murder in the George Floyd case, was granted Read more.
New Zealand Lifts Lockdown Restrictions, Declares Nation COVID Free
With no active COVID-19 cases, New Zealand is set to lift almost all of its Coronavirus restrictions, declaring the nation Read more.
Returning UWI Students To Be Quarantined At St Augustine Campus
The UWI St Augustine campus is currently being prepared to quarantine approximately 200 students who are returning from the UWI Read more.
Heritage Tank Ruptures During Hydro Test, Causes Flooding
A tank at the Heritage Petroleum Company Limited in Point Fortin ruptured yesterday.  The company was in the process of Read more.
South Florida Carnival Band Leaders Association Pulls Out Of Miami Carnival 2020
The South Florida Carnival Band Leaders Association Mas, Junior Mas, and J’ouvert band members have pulled out of the Miami Read more.
Point Fortin Desalination Plant Down, Damage Caused To Underground Electrical Cable System
Customers in Point Fortin and La Brea, who are currently experiencing an interruption in their water supply are advised that Read more.
TTUTA Strongly Opposes August Exam Date For SEA
While a date for the Secondary Entrance Assessment examinations has not yet been announced, the Trinidad and Tobago Unified Teachers Read more.
COVID-19 UPDATE: T&T Back To Zero Active Cases
The country is now back to having zero active cases of COVID-19, as the lone patient was discharged from the Read more.
COVID-19 UPDATE: 3,409 Samples Submitted For Testing No New Cases
Trinidad and Tobago’s number of COVID-19 cases remains at 117, with the Ministry of Health’s evening update on Sunday (June Read more.
Heritage Petroleum Issues Statement On Barrackpore Oil Spill
See the statement below from the Heritage Petroleum Company Limited, in response to an oil spill in Barrackpore on Saturday: Read more.
Couple Arrested In Connection With Double Murder Of Brothers In Tobago
Less than 48 hours after the murders of brothers Kelton and Kelwin James in Tobago, a man and woman  have Read more.
Man Fatally Shot By Police In Morvant
An early morning encounter with police officers ended with one man being shot and killed, after he allegedly pointed a Read more.
Canadian and Guyanese Arrested For Trafficking Counterfeit Bank Cards
A Canadian man and a Guyanese woman are expected to appear before a Port of Spain Magistrate on Monday, charged Read more.
Education Ministry Defends Its COVID-19 Response
Minister of Education, Anthony Garcia. Photo Courtesy: T&T Guardian Newspaper The Ministry Education is calling on the public to offer Read more.
Places Of Worship To Open On Thursday To Facilitate Corpus Christi Celebrations
The recent announcement by Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley which stated that places of worship will be reopened from Friday Read more.
UK Protesters Destroy Slave Trader Statue Amidst Anti-Racism Protests
Photo Courtesy the BBC UK  protesters in Bristol used ropes to pull down the bronze statue of Edward, Colston, a Read more.
COVID-19 Update: 3,387 Samples Submitted For Testing, Cases Remain At 117
Trinidad and Tobago’s number of COVID-19 cases remains at 117, with the Ministry of Health’s evening update on Saturday (June Read more.
National Security Minister: “As Many As 1,000 Nationals To Return Home Within The Coming Week”
The State has given the green light for between 600 to 1,000 Trinidad and Tobago nationals to return home in Read more.
SEA Date To Be Announced This Coming Week
Standard five pupils and their parents should know before the end of next week, the date for the Secondary Entrance Read more.
All Operations To Be 80% Reopened Before Month End, Says PM
Given the country’s low number of positive cases of COVID-19 cases over the past month and a half, the government Read more.
Places Of Worship Allowed To Congregate From June 12
All places of worship will be allowed to hold in-person services from June 12th- ten days earlier than the original Read more.
ST. KITTS AND NEVIS: PM Harris Gets Second Term In Office
St. Kitts & Nevis Prime Minister, Dr. Timothy Harris The Team Unity coalition, lead by Prime Minister Timothy Harris, has Read more.
DOUBLE MURDER: Brothers Killed In Tobago
Two siblings were shot and killed in Les Coteaux, Tobago, on Friday night. Kelton James, 39, of Spring Trace, Darryl Read more.
Police Destroy 3,000 Marijuana Trees
A drug suppression exercise ended with the destruction of 3000 fully grown marijuana trees and a quantity of dried trees Read more.
Passport Services Resume At Immigration Division
Official Statement From The Ministry Of National Security:  The Ministry Of National Security wishes to advise that passport services have resumed Read more.
COVID-19 UPDATE: 3,325 Samples Submitted, No New Cases
Trinidad and Tobago’s number of COVID-19 cases remains at 117, with the Ministry of Health’s evening update on Friday (June Read more.
WATCH: National Security Minister Reiterates Government’s Stance On Quarantine “Fee” Claim
National Security Minister Stuart Young has once more affirmed the government’s policy that all returning nationals will receive free quarantine Read more.
Two Men Charged For Sexual Asault Of Minors
Officers of the Child Protection Unit have brought two men to court for sexual offences against two 16-year-old girls. In Read more.
Adverse Weather Alert Discontinued
The TT MET Service has downgraded its Adverse Weather Alert to the Green Level. As a result, the Adverse Weather Read more.
Apple Offers COVID Tests To Returning Employees
Apple employees returning to its Silicon Valley headquarters will reportedly have the option of getting tested for the coronavirus.  The Read more.
Four Arrested In Rio Claro For Marijuana
An anti-crime exercise conducted in Rio Claro on Thursday afternoon resulted in the arrest of three men and one woman Read more.
WHO Advises Public To Wear Cloth Masks
The World Health Organization is now calling for nations to encourage the general public to wear fabric masks in areas Read more.
Non-Nationals Applied For Salary Relief Grant, Says Finance Minister
Close to 10,000 of the applications received by the State for the payment of Salary Relief Grants have been rejected, Read more.
Help Us Find Two Missing Teens
The Trinidad and Tobago Police Service is seeking public assistance in locating two teenage girls. 14-year-old Aliyah Bissoon, of Delhi Read more.
Police Probe Shooting Of 23 Year Old Arima Woman
Victim: Reanna Gordon Police are continuing investigations after a 23 year old woman was gunned down in Diego Martin on Read more.
8 Held In Cocorite Search
Police received intelligence of illegal activities in the Cocorite area, and detained eight people during an early morning police operation Read more.
Police Find Marijuana Field In St.Ann’s
During a police operation on Thursday afternoon by officers of the Port of Spain Division, led by Snr Sup Moore Read more.
Dominican Republic To Resume Tourism July 1st
The Dominican Republic has confirmed that its tourism industry will resume on July 1st.  This means the return of international Read more.
Opposition Leader Proposes Splitting National Security Ministry
Opposition Leader Kamla Persad-Bissessar said that she plans to split the Ministry of National Security into two Ministries, Home Affairs Read more.
“Regional Effort Needed To Save Liat” Says Airline’s Former CEO
A former CEO of the airline Liat, says a collaborative effort between regional government shareholders is the airline’s only fighting Read more.
COVID-19 UPDATE: 3,262 Tests Submitted, Cases Remain At 117
Trinidad and Tobago’s number of COVID-19 cases remains at 117, with the Ministry of Health’s evening update on Thursday (June Read more.
Health Ministry Clears The Air On COVID-19 Quarantine Policy
Official Statement from the Ministry of Health:   The Ministry of Health notes the misinterpretation of statements made pertaining to the Read more.
TTPS Weighs In On Twitter Sexual Allegations, New Unit To Be Launched To Tackle Sex Crimes
‚ÄúMore women have been affected by sex crimes than those who have not. Trinidad and Tobago would be no different.‚ÄĚ Read more.
Mervyn Dillon Removed From Pool Of Toco/Sangre Grande PNM Nominees
The People’s National Movement has back-pedalled on its choice of the cricketer, Mervyn Dillon to contest the Toco/Sangre Grande seat Read more.
Barbados Receives US$139 Million From IMF
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) will make US$139 million available to Barbados under its Extended Fund Facility (EFF). The funds Read more.
$1M BAIL: Ex-Officers In George Floyd Case Make First Court Appearance
Three of the four former Minnesota police officers who were charged in the killing of George Floyd have each been Read more.
The Trinidad and Tobago Met Office Issues Yellow Level Alert
The Trinidad and Tobago Met Office has issued the first Adverse Weather Alert for this year’s rainy season as the Read more.
TT Coast Guard Intercepts Vessel Crossing The Border From Venezuela Into Trinidad
The Trinidad and Tobago Coast Guard intercepted a vessel crossing the border from Venezuela into Trinidad in the waters south-west Read more.
Face Coverings To Be Made Mandatory on English Public Transport
Face coverings will be mandatory on all public transport in England starting June 15th, as the country continues to ease Read more.
Top Cop Speaks On #BlackLivesMatter In T&T, Says “The TTPS Is Not The Enemy”
“Just like the Black Lives Matter for every citizen in this country, and All Lives Matter for the Trinidad and Read more.
New York Governor Says The State Is Seeing A Decline In Numbers
New York Governor, Andrew Cuomo said that today, Thursday, is day 96 of the Covid-19 crisis and the state is Read more.
29 Nationals Return Home From Cruise Ship
Twenty-nine Trinidad and Tobago nationals aboard the Carnival Fantasy Cruise ship are expected to disembark today after months of trying Read more.
Rio Claro Couple Arrested For Firearm
A Rio Claro couple was arrested for possession of a firearm and ammunition during an anti-crime exercise in the Eastern Read more.
COVID-19 UPDATE: 2,798 People Tested In T&T
Of the 3,238 samples tested for COVID-19  in T&T, 440 were repeat tests.  This means a total of 2,798 people Read more.
FATAL SHOOTING- Victim Identified As Son of Late Activist Marcia Henville
Victim: Isaiah Chioke Cadet Isaiah Chioke Cadet, the son of the late journalist and activist Marcia Henville, was gunned down Read more.
Government Spends $26.3M In Salary Relief Grants To Date
Of the 51,098 applications made for the Salary Relief Grant for those within the NIS system, 18,899 people have already Read more.
TTPS Investigates After Miss World T&T Finalist Makes Cyber-Bullying Report Over Alleged Racist Posts
Miss World T&T finalist, Manisha Moonilal The Trinidad and Tobago Police Service (TTPS) has begun an investigation into a report Read more.
COVID-19 UPDATE: 3,228 Samples Tested To Date, No New Cases
Trinidad and Tobago’s number of COVID-19 cases remains at 117, with the Ministry of Health‚Äôs evening update on Wednesday (June Read more.
Colm Clears His Name In Land Matter, Says $12M Purchase Is A “Total Fabrication”
“Wade Mark is a sick, sick man.” The words from a visibly annoyed Finance Minister Colm Imbert on Wednesday afternoon, Read more.
Daycares Cannot Be Reopened During Phase Three, Says CMO
There is no consideration at this time for daycares to be operationalized to facilitate parents who have returned to work Read more.
Health Minister To Meet With Maxi, Taxi Drivers On COVID-19 Guidelines
Health Minister Terrence Deyalsingh plans to meet with the heads of the various maxi taxi associations across the country, with Read more.
National Security Ministry Lays Out Process For Nationals Wanting To Return To T&T
Official Statement From The Ministry Of National Security: The Ministry of National Security advises that persons wishing to enter or Read more.
Town & Country Planning Division Employs New Measures To Protect Against COVID-19
While the Town and Country Planning Division (TCPD) is working to ensure that all essential services within its mandate are Read more.
COVID-19 UPDATE: 3,195 Samples Submitted For Testing, Cases Remain At 117
A total of 3,195 samples have been submitted for COVID-19 testing, according to the Ministry of Health’s evening update on Read more.
WATCH: Foreign Affairs Minister Asked About T&T’s Stance On The Rio Treaty
Minister of Foreign & CARICOM Affairs, Dennis Moses. Photo Courtesy the Parliament of Trinidad and Tobago Asked by the Opposition Read more.
COVID-19 UPDATE: 3,169 Samples Submitted For Testing, No New Cases
A total of 3,169 samples have been submitted for COVID-19 testing, according to the Ministry of Health’s 10pm update on Read more.
All Licensing Offices To Open On Wednesday
The Ministry of Works and Transport wishes to inform the general public that all Licensing Offices will reopen for business Read more.
Communications Minister Meets With Church Leaders To Discuss Reopening
With religious services having been banned for nearly three months as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, Minister of Communications Read more.
HELP FIND ME: Beauty Shop Owner Reported Missing
MISSING: Sandra Bissoon The Trinidad and Tobago Police Service is asking for the public’s assistance in finding missing businesswoman, Sandra Read more.
COVID-19 UPDATE: 69 Nationals To Return This Week
Sixty-nine nationals are expected to return to T&T this week, as government continues its phased entry of those abroad. Among Read more.
Caribbean Airlines Introduces Thermal Scanners At Piarco Head Office
Caribbean Airlines has implemented the use of thermal scanners at its Piarco Head office in Trinidad, as part of precautionary Read more.
PNM Picks Incumbents For Tobago West, Tobago East
LEFT: Tobago West MP, Shamfa Cudjoe. RIGHT: Tobago East MP, Ayanna Webster-Roy The People’s National Movement has selected incumbents Shamfa Read more.
COVID-19 UPDATE: 3,155 Samples Submitted For Testing, Cases Remain At 117
A total of 3,155 samples have been submitted for COVID-19 testing, according to the Ministry of Health’s 10pm update on Read more.
Attorney In #GeorgeFloyd Case: “His Death Was Premeditated”
Benjamin Crump- the attorney representing the family of George Floyd, who was killed in a police involved incident in Minneapolis, Read more.
HELP FIND ME: 17 Year Old Reported Missing From Mary Care Home
MISSING: Alexandria Oviedo Garcia The Trinidad and Tobago Police Service (TTPS) is asking for the public’s assistance in finding 17 Read more.
EBC Offices To Reopen On June 8th
The Elections and Boundaries Commission will reopen all of its offices on June 8th. See the statement below for the Read more.
Two Arrested For Possession Of 800 Grams Of Marijuana
Two men will appear before a Rio Claro Magistrate on Monday, after being held with 800 grams of marijuana over Read more.
T&T Chamber Pleased With Return To “Sustainable Economic Landscape”
The Trinidad and Tobago Chamber of Industry and Commerce is well pleased with government’s decision to transition to Phase Three Read more.
AR-15 Rifle Found In Laventille
Police are asking anyone with information on illegal firearms to make a report, after an AR-15 assault rifle was found Read more.
COVID-19 UPDATE: 117 Confirmed Cases, 3,149 Samples Submitted For Testing
The patient who tested positive for COVID-19 on Saturday remains warded at the Home of Football in Couva, according to Read more.
COVID-19 UPDATE: No New Cases For Another Day
The number of COVID-19 cases in Trinidad remains at 116 for another day with the Ministry of Health reporting no Read more.
COVID-19 UPDATE: 3,122 Samples Submitted For Testing
Between the Ministry of Health’s 10pm update on Thursday (May 28th) and today’s 4pm update, seven additional samples have been Read more.
Cleopatra Borel To Contest Port Of Spain South On PNM Ticket
National Shotputter and Olympic finalist Cleopatra Borel has cemented her segue into  the political arena, having been confirmed as the Read more.
“D√©j√† Vu Chatter” – TTPBA Describes PM’s Media Criticism As “Unfortunate”
The Trinidad and Tobago Publishers and Broadcasters Association (TTPBA) has spoken out against the Prime Minister’s pronouncement that media houses Read more.
CXC Exam Date Set For July, School To Reopen On Septemer 1st
It’s official- July 13th has been named as the start date for the Caribbean Examinations Council’s CAPE and CSEC examinations. Read more.
COVID-19 UPDATE: No New Cases, 3115 Samples Submitted For Testing
To date, the Ministry of Health has submitted 3,115 samples for COVID-19 testing. According to the 10pm update for Thursday Read more.
ELECTIONS 2020: UNC Unveils Five New Candidates
The United National Congress (UNC) has revealed five more candidates to contest seats in the upcoming general elections. They are: Read more.
Government To Decide On Further Reopening By This Weekend, Says PM
By Saturday (May 30th), the country should know whether it is in a position to advance to another Phase of Read more.
Morvant Man Killed In Second Police Involved Shooting This Week
A Morvant man was killed in a police involved shooting on Thursday morning. The deceased has been identified as Nigel Read more.
Eleven Arrested, Three Firearms, Ammunition and Drugs Seized
Eleven people were arrested and three firearms, drugs, and ammunition seized by officers of the Northern Division Task Force during Read more.
COVID-19 UPDATE: 3,107 Samples Submitted For Testing
To date, the Ministry of Health has submitted 3,107 samples for COVID-19 testing. According to the 4pm update for Thursday Read more.
PNM Clears The Air: “Fuad Abu Bakr Not Screened By Our Committee”
The People’s National Movement has dismissed a newspaper report which claimed Political Leader of the New National Vision, Fuad Abu Read more.
COVID-19 Update: 17 More Samples Submitted For Testing
To date, the Ministry of Health has submitted 3,091 samples for COVID-19 testing. According to the 10pm update for Wednesday Read more.
Carenage Man Killed In Police Involved Shooting
A visit to an apartment at Smith Hill, Carenage to execute a search warrant ended with officers fatally shooting a Read more.
Prime Minister Tours Manufacturing Companies,Urges Continued Compliance
We must first make sure we are alive and then we can worry about our power to earn.  This was Read more.
Young: Everyone Will Come Home But We Must Be Patient
In a change of events, National Security Minister Stuart Young says government will facilitate the return of ‚Äúeach and every‚ÄĚ Read more.
AK-47 Assault Rifle, Ammo and Marijuana Found in Morvant
A two hour police exercise in the Morvant district on Wednesday led to the seizure of an AK-47 assault rifle, Read more.
COVID-19 UPDATE: 3,074 Samples Submitted For Testing
To date, the Ministry of Health has submitted 3,074 samples for COVID-19 testing. According to the afternoon update for Wednesday Read more.
COVID-19 UPDATE: 3,046 Samples Submitted For Testing, No New Cases
A total of 3,046 samples have been submitted for COVID-19 testing according to the Ministry of Health’s most recent update. Read more.
24 Year Old Charged With Killing Retired Cop And Wife
Twenty-four year old Jewan Ethan Ramkissoon is expected to appear before a Chaguanas Magistrate on Wednesday, charged with the murders Read more.
It’s Official: Winston ‘Gypsy’ Peters Is The PNM Candidate For Moruga Tableland
Winston ‘Gypsy’ Peters has expressed gratitude after he was cemented as the candidate to contest the Moruga/Tableland seat for the Read more.
WATCH: Senator Jason Williams Makes First Contribution In Parliament
Senator Jason Williams. Photo Courtesy the Parliament of Trinidad and Tobago Making his maiden contribution since his appointment to the Read more.
Man Jailed For Stealing Fowl Cocks
A 60 year old Sangre Grande man will spend the next 18 months behind bars, after he was found guilty Read more.
WATCH: Opposition Defends Rejection Of Bail Amendment Bail
Opposition Senator Anita Haynes. Photo Courtesy the Parliament of Trinidad and Tobago Opposition Senator Anita Haynes has defended her party’s Read more.
COVID-19 UPDATE: 3,012 Samples Submitted For Testing To Date
To date, the Ministry of Health has submitted 3,012 samples for COVID-19 testing. According to the afternoon update for Tuesday Read more.
Election Year No Excuse For “Illegal Protests” Says Top Cop
Police Commissioner Gary Griffith is vowing to use the full brunt of the law and arrest anyone found to be Read more.
Tobago Officers Seize Narcotics, Firearms, Ammunition
Three men are assisting Tobago police in their enquiries in connection to the seizure of narcotics, firearms and ammunition during Read more.
COVID-19 UPDATE: 2903 Samples Submitted For Testing
To date, the Ministry of Health has submitted 2,903 samples for COVID-19 testing. According to the afternoon update for Saturday Read more.
Monkey In Hospital Is True But No Snakes, Says NWRHA
Photo Courtesy T&T Newsday The North West Regional Health Authority (NWRHA) has responded to videos making the rounds on social Read more.
HAPPENING TODAY: First Six T&T Nationals To Return From Cruise Ships
One day after government revealed its plans to bring home the majority of the over 430 Trinidad and Tobago nationals Read more.
Tobago Man Arrested For Firearm And Ammunition Possession
A 29 year old Patience Hill man was detained by officers in the Roxborough district in Tobago on Friday night Read more.
COVID-19 UPDATE: 2,879 Tests Submitted For Testing
Thirteen more samples have been submitted for COVID-19 testing according to the Ministry of Health’s 10 pm¬† update (Friday May Read more.
Man Charged With 40 Counts Of Forging Employer’s Signature To Access Company Funds
A San Juan man was granted $150,000 bail with surety when appeared before a Port of Spain Magistrate charged with Read more.
T&T’s Relationship With The US Remains Strong, Says Foreign Affairs Ministry
LEFT: US Ambassador to T&T, Joseph Mondello. RIGHT: Minister of Foreign & CARICOM Affairs, Dennis Moses. The government is once Read more.
Entertainer Charged With Attempted Rape, Grievous Sexual Assault
Soca artiste Kimba Sorazano appeared virtually before the Point Fortin Magistrates’ Court on Friday, charged with attempted rape and grievous Read more.
Minister: 52 Rejected For Rental Assistance Over Red Flags In Applications
Fifty-two people have been rejected for government’s Rental Assistance program, after investigations revealed attempts to defraud the State. This was Read more.
Ministry Of Health: “No Shortage Of CDAP Drugs”
The Ministry of Health has sought to correct claims that there is a scarcity of CDAP drugs in Trinidad and Read more.
COVID-19 UPDATE: 2,866 Samples Submitted For Testing
To date, the Ministry of Health has submitted 2,866 samples to be tested for COVID-19. According to the latest update, Read more.
Government To Bring Home T&T Nationals On Board Cruise Ships In Scheduled Plan
The more than 430 Trinidad and Tobago nationals who are currently stranded onboard cruise ships in different parts of the Read more.
T&T Now Has Zero Active COVID-19 Cases
There are now zero active COVID-19 cases in Trinidad and Tobago, as the last patient was discharged from hospital on Read more.
Argument Ends In Murder- Man Stabbed In St. Ann’s
Police were called to the St. Ann’s area on Thursday afternoon, following an argument between two men which ended with Read more.
PM Awarded $350,000 In Damages In Defamation Suit Against UNC Activist
Prime Minister Dr. Keith Rowley has won his defamation suit against UNC Activist and former Chairman of then Caribbean New Read more.
Water Restrictions In Place For “Harsh Dry Season” Says WASA
In light of the current harsh Dry Season, the Water and Sewerage Authority (WASA) is reminding customers to be mindful Read more.
COVOD-19 Update: 2795 Samples Tested
The number of samples tested climbed by ten overnight as the latest statistics from the Ministry of Health shows that Read more.
COVID-19 Update: 2,785 Samples Submitted For Testing, Cases Remain At 116
To date, the Ministry of Health has submitted 2,785 samples for COVID-19 testing. According to the 10pm update on Wednesday Read more.
A New Vessel For T&T
Trinidad and Tobago is to receive a new fats ferry vessel soon, according to the National Infrastructure Development Company Limited Read more.
GOOD NEWS: Man Hailed As ‘Hero’ For Assisting Cop
When 31 year old Kevon Neptune made the decision to stop and offer help to an injured police officer on Read more.
Murder In Arima
A shooting incident at Printeryville Road in Arima on Wednesday afternoon has left one man dead.  The victim has been Read more.
Venezuelans, Cubans Arrested In Tobago
Six foreign nationals found to be in the country illegally, have been detained by Tobago Police. Four Venezuelans and two Read more.
COVID-19 Update: 2,781 Samples Submitted For Testing, No New Cases
The number of samples submitted for COVID-19 testing now stands at 2,781 according to the Ministry of Health’s 4pm update Read more.
Eight People Arrested, 39 Traffic Tickets Issued In Northern Division
A total of eight arrests were made and 39 tickets issued following police exercises in the Northern Division on Tuesday Read more.
COVID-19 UPDATE: No New Cases
Of the 107 persons who have been discharged from hospital after being treated for COVID-19 only one person developed symptoms. Read more.
COVID-19 Update: No New Cases, 32 More Samples Sent For Testing
To date, the Ministry of Health has submitted 2,752 samples for COVID-19 testing. According to the 10pm update on Tuesday(May Read more.
Gypsy Set To Contest Moruga/Tableland Seat On PNM Ticket
Winston Gypsy Peters has been approved by the screening committee of the People’s National Movement to contest the Moruga/Tableland seat Read more.
Young Defends Himself Following US Ambassador’s Statement
Hours after US Ambassador Joseph Mondello issued a public statement on Tuesday, regarding a conversation he had with National Security Read more.
US Ambassador Conflicts Stuart Young’s Recount Of Conversation, Says Rio Treaty Was Indeed Discussed
US Ambassador to Trinidad and Tobago Joseph Mondello has today cleared the air on a recent conversation he had with Read more.
AG Al Rawi Endorses Top CoP’s Call For Speedy Passage Of Bail Amendment Bill
On the heels of Commissioner of Police Gary Griffith’s renewed call for Parliamentarians to move ahead with the Bail Amendment Read more.
COVID-19 Update: 2,720 Samples Tested To Date
To date, the Ministry of Health has submitted 2,727 samples for COVID-19 testing. According to the 4pm update on Tuesday Read more.
Man Charged $500 For Breaching Protection Order
A 44-year-old taxi driver has been fined $500 for two counts of breaching a protection order. Devon Celestine  pleaded guilty Read more.
Rejected By The PNM Screening Committee, Lovell Francis Responds….
The Screening Committee of the People’s National Movement (OPNM) did not accept a nomination for Lovell Francis to return as Read more.
Nigerian Charged with Scamming An 82 Year Old Woman
An 82-year-old woman was scammed of TT$284,851 which she paid into various bank accounts in response to phone calls from Read more.
A Tropical Wave Tonight Heralds An Above-Normal West Season
The first tropical wave of the season (see image above) will manifest itself tonight as the T&T Meteorological Service said Read more.
Four to Stand Trial For Murder
Four men learnt, via video conferencing that they will have to stand trial for the 2018 murder of  Jerrel Aris-Mendez. Read more.
COVID-19 Update :Low Risk, Stable Patient at Caura
The lone COVID-19¬† patient who remains at the hospital in¬† Caura is “a low risk, stable patient.”¬† The Ministry of Read more.
COVID-19 Update: 30 More Samples Submitted For Testing
Sixty more samples  have been submitted for COVID-19 testing, according to the Minstry of Health’s 10pm update on Monday (May Read more.
Randall Mitchell Accepts Loss Of San Fernando East Seat
San Fernando East MP Randall Mitchell has accepted the decision by the People’s National Movement for Brian Manning, the son Read more.
Double Murder: Retired Police Officer And Wife Found Dead At Home
Police visited Upper Welcome Road off Ragoonanan Road in Cunupia on Monday afternoon, where they discovered  two bodies in a Read more.
Ripple Effect: West Named As New Vice-Chair On Government’s ‘Road To Recovery’ Team
Robert Le Hunte has been replaced as Vice Chair of the Road to Recovery team, with Minister of Public Administration Read more.
Top Cop Renews Call: “No Bail For Firearm Offenders”
“We are fishermen and we’re told every day to go out there and look for sharks, but when we catch Read more.
COVID-19 Update: 2,690 Samples Tested In T&T
To date, the Ministry of Health has submitted 2,690 samples for COVID-19 testing. According to the 4pm update on Monday(May Read more.
JW and Fitz Hinds Replace Robert Le Hunte
Less than 24 hours after he accepted the resignation of Public Utilities Minister Senator Robert Le Hunte, Prime Minister Dr Read more.
TT COVID-19 Update: Why We Are Easing Restrictions
‚ÄúIt‚Äôs been 23¬† days since we have had a positive COVID-19 case, which is really ‚Äútwo incubator-periods‚ÄĚ in length and Read more.
No New COVID-19 Cases In Three Weeks
Trinidad and Tobago has reported no new cases of COVID-19 in three weeks, with the last case being recorded on Read more.
Le Hunte Speaks: “I Resigned As A Result Of Professional Conflict On Policy Position”
FLASHBACK: Senator Robert Le Hunte (LEFT) and Prime Minister Dr. Keith Rowley (RIGHT) at Le Hunte’s Swearing In Ceremony In Read more.
CONFIRMED: Robert Le Hunte Resigns As Public Utilities Minister
A new Public Utilities Minister is to be appointed in the coming days, following the abrupt resignation of Robert Le Read more.
Tobago To Focus On Domestic Tourism In COVID-19 Recovery Plan
Newly appointed Chief Secretary, Ancil Dennis. Tobago will be looking to Trinidad for to boost its tourism sector post COVID-19.  Read more.
TTFA Provides Relief For Players Stranded In El Salvador
Arrangements have been made to provide relief for the three Trinidad and Tobago footballers who are currently stranded in El Read more.
Three Charged With Card Skimming
Three persons are expected to appear before a Port of Spain Magistrate on Monday, charged with possession of counterfeit cards Read more.
T&T Chamber Pleased With Early Phase Two Reopening
The decision by government to fast-track the implementation of Phase Two of reopening the economy has been welcomed by the Read more.
COVID-19 UPDATE: No New Cases
To date, the Ministry of Health has submitted 2,670 samples for COVID-19 testing. According to the 10pm update on Saturday(May Read more.
With No New COVID-19 Cases, Government Begins Phase Two Of Reopening On Thursday
Given another week has passed with  no new cases of COVID-19 being reported, government will move to Phase Two of Read more.
Five Arrested In Connection With Firearm Find
Five people were arrested and a firearm and quantity of ammunition seized by officers of the Ste Madeleine Police Station Read more.
63 Counts Of Sexual Offences Against Minors, Five Men Arrested
Five  men, ages 24 to 70, have been detained by officers of the Child Protection Unit, on allegations of sexual Read more.
Police Shut Down COVID-19 Party In Arima
A Friday night police exercise in the Arima district led to several arrests being made for breach of the Public Read more.
COVID-19 UPDATE: 2,647 Samples Submitted For Testing
To date, the Ministry of Health has submitted 2,647 samples for COVID-19 testing. According to the 10am update on Saturday Read more.
DEFEATED: Opposition Abstains In Vote On Gambling Bill
The Gambling (Gaming and Betting) Control Bill, 2016 was halted in the House of Representatives on Friday, as all fourteen Read more.
DPP Advises Forfeiture Of Drugs Vessel
The Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP) has advised that the MV Throne vessel (See Photo Above), which was found to Read more.
COVID-19 Tension: Brazil’s Health Minister Resigns After Less Than One Month On The Job
Nelson Teich was appointed Health Minister of Brazil on April 16th, after his predecessor Luiz Henrique Mandetta was fired by Read more.
Quarantine Ends For 69 Nationals Who Returned From Suriname
Flashback: A PTSC Bus Transports the T&T Nationals Shortly After Their Return From Suriname In April Sixty-nine of the 70 Read more.
Three Held In Major Drug And Firearm Bust, $820K In Narcotics Seized
Two women, ages 28 and 57, and one many aged 30 were arrested on Thursday, following a major drug and Read more.
Why Were There No Health Officials In Goverment’s Meeting With Delcy Rodriguez?
Prime Minister Dr. Keith Rowley (Photo Courtesy Newsday) If the March 27th meeting with Venezuela’s Vice President, Delcy Rodriguez, was Read more.
COVID-19 Update: 2,597 Samples Submitted For Testing in T&T
To date, the Ministry of Health has submitted 2,5197 samples for COVID-19 testing. According to the 4pm update on Friday Read more.
COVID-19 UPDATE: 60 More Samples Submitted For Testing
Sixty more samples¬† have been submitted for COVID-19 testing, according to the Minstry of Health’s 10pm update on Thursday (May Read more.
TUCO At Pains Over Road To Recovery Plan, Says “We Are Hit Hardest”
TUCO President, Lutalo Masimba aka Brother Resistance “Indeed,the¬†entertainment¬†sector¬†has¬†been¬†the¬†victim¬†of¬†social¬†distancing¬†long¬†before¬†the¬†arrival¬†of¬†COVID-19.” This is the sentiment shared by Head of the Trinbago Unified Calypsonians’ Read more.
TTMA Calls On Government To “Play Fair”, Asks For All Manufacturers To Resume Operations Next Week
Highlighting the important role the manufacturing sector plays in generating export revenue, coupled with the fact that the country’s COVID-19 Read more.
Police Arrest Seven For Breach Of COVID-19 Regulations
A total of seventeen people were arrested by police on Thursday, during an exercise in the Northern Division. Of the Read more.
COVID-19 Update: 2,516 Samples Submitted For Testing In T&T
To date, the Minstry of Health has submitted 2,516 samples for COVID-19 testing. According to the 4pm update on Thursday Read more.
Cuffie Bows Out Of Politics
La Horquetta Talparo MP, Maxie Cuffie has bowed out of politics. Cuffie, who also holds the position as Minister of Read more.
COVID 19 UPDATE : 2100 Persons Tested In Trinidad And Tobago
Twelve Cuban nurses who are quarantined at Cascadia Hotel will be allowed into the system from next week as their Read more.
Newly Passed Motor Vehicle Bill Will Help Fight Crime, Says AG
Photo Courtesy the Parliament of Trinidad & Tobago The passage of the Motor Vehicle and Road Traffic (Amendment) Bill, 2019 Read more.
Sea Bathers Arrested In Cocorite
Ten people  were arrested by police on Wednesday afternoon, after they were found bathing in the waters off Bayside Towers Read more.
Charged With Sexual Assault Of Minor, Penal Man Granted $75,000 Bail
A 49 year old businessman charged with sexually assaulting a minor was granted bail in the sum of $75,000 when Read more.
High Court Rules: Devant Is No Journalist
Former government Minister Devant Maharaj has lost his judicial claim against Communications Minister Donna Cox, after the High Court ruled Read more.
COVID-19 Update: 24 New Samples Submitted For Testing
The Ministry of Health has once more reported no new cases of COVID-19 in its 4pm update for today (May Read more.
No New COVID cases ; Elective Surgeries Resume At Hospitals
A total of 792 community surveillance testing for COVID-19 community surveillance testing for COVID-19 in both Trinidad and Tobago are Read more.
After Just One Week CAL Shuts Down Barbados Ticket Office
Just one week after it opened its ticket office Bridgetown, Barbados, Caribbean Airlines (CAL) rolled back the order and issued Read more.
COVID-19 UPDATE: 35 More Samples Submitted For Testing
Thirty-five new samples have been submitted for COVID-19 testing, according to the Health Ministry’s official update. See the latest update Read more.
Trade Minister Defends Limited Reopening Of Business Activity
In response to private sector complaints about the ‚Äúrisk averse‚ÄĚ approach adopted by government in reopening the economy, Trade Minister Read more.
Chief Secretary Ancil Dennis Urges Continued Unity In Fight Against COVID-19
Chief Secretary Ancil Dennis (Photo Courtesy the Office of the Chief Secretary of the Tobago House of Assembly) In his Read more.
Santa Cruz Man Arrested For Firearm & Ammunition Possession
A 41 year-old Santa Cruz man was arrested by officers attached to the Western Division Task Force after he was Read more.
PBR Closed To ‘H’ Taxis, Effective Immediately
Registered taxi drivers are advised that from today, Tuesday May 12th, the temporary authorization for use of the Priority Bus Read more.
Trade Union Activities Allowed Under Essential Services, Says OPM
Ancel Roget, Trade Unionist Trade unionists will now be listed under essential service workers, following the instruction of Prime Minister Read more.
Twitter’s ‘New Normal’ Will See Employees Working From Home Indefinitely
When Twitter reopens the majority of its 35 offices in September, only a fraction of the company’s employees will physically Read more.
COVID-19 Update: 20 More Samples Submitted For Testing
Twenty new samples have been submitted for COVID-19 testing, according to the 4pm update from the Ministry of Health (May Read more.
How Six Billion TT Dollars Will Be Spent During The Pandemic
Government has spent, up to Monday the total of TT$934 million on COVID relief in Trinidad and Tobago.   But Read more.
COVID-19 Update: No Patients at Couva Hospital
There are no patients at the Couva Hospital. The lone COVID-19 Positive patient in Trinidad and Tobago is now at Read more.
Government Celebrates Nurses During COVID-19 Pandemic
In acknowledgement of International Nurses‚Äô Day 2020,¬† Communications Minister Donna Cox has extended sincere thanks to the nation’s nurses for Read more.
Minister Young Defends Meeting With Venezuela’s VP, Says No Ulterior Motive At Play
LEFT: National Security Minister, Stuart Young. RIGHT: Venezuala’s Vice President Delcy Rodriguez National Security Minister Stuart Young maintains that the Read more.
Government Has Change Of Heart, Students In Barbados And Jamaica To Be Allowed Home
Arrangements are being made to facilitate the return home for Trinidad and Tobago students at  the University of the West Read more.
Angostura Employees Forego Vacation Days, Donate $1M To COVID-19 Relief
There’s an old saying that tells us we must be the change we wish to see in the world. While Read more.
Opposition MP: “Private Sector Cannot Bear COVID-19 Burden Alone”
Member of Parliament for Tabaquite, Dr. Surujattan Rambachan “While private sector employed persons are bearing the burden of loss in Read more.
COVID-19 UPDATE: No New Cases, More Samples Submitted For Testing
Eight more test samples have been submitted to be tested for COVID-19, making a total of 2,320 samples submitted to Read more.
Making Do: CAL Uses A Passenger Aircraft For Cargo
Caribbean Airlines utilized one of its Boeing 737-800 passenger aircraft for a cargo only charter service, on Friday 8 May Read more.
“More Consideration Must Be Given To Opening Up Businesses In the Service Sector.”
An appeal has gone out to the government to reconsider opening up the services sector especially in light of the Read more.
COVID-19 Update: Confirmed Cases Remain At 116 For Another Day
To date a total of 2,307 samples have been tested for COVID-19 and the number of confirmed cases remains at Read more.
Top Cop Pleads With Food Vendors: “Be Responsible In Conducting Business”
Ahead of tomorrow’s reopening of restaurants and street food vending, Police Commissioner Gary Griffith is calling on these business owners Read more.
WASA Reopens Two More Service Centres
The Water and Sewerage Authority (WASA) will reopen  its Customer Service Centres at Kew Place, Port of Spain and Guapo Read more.
School Nutrition Programme To Donate 7,300 Meals To Children In Need
Caterers of the School Nutrition Programme (SNP) will be delivering 7,300 meals to children across Trinidad tomorrow. This was revealed Read more.
Singer Betty Wright Dies On Mother’s Day
Betty Wright, the American soul-singer who blessed the world with gems like ‘Tonight is the night” and “No Pain, No Read more.
Progressive Party Tells Government: “Re-establish Rental Assessment Board”
With reports of landlords attempting to defraud the State and benefit from social assistance during this COVID-19 pandemic, the Progressive Read more.
COVID-19 Update: Three More Patients Discharged
A total of 107 patients have now fully recovered from COVID-19, with the Ministry of Health reporting three new discharges Read more.
COVID-19 UPDATE: 30 Additional Samples Submitted For Testing, No New Cases
Thirty new samples have been submitted to be tested for COVID-19, bringing the total number of samples for testing to Read more.
TT Chamber “Disappointed” Over PM’s Announcement, Says Not Enough Businesses Given Green Light To Open
Describing the government’s announcement of a three-phase plan to reopen the country as “risk averse”, the Trinidad and Tobago Chamber Read more.
Tobago Receives Four Ventilators Gifted By China
The four ventilators promised to Tobago to assist in its fight against COVID-19 has arrived on the island.  This was Read more.
COVID-19 Update: One More Patient Discharged
To date, 104 of the country’s 116 confirmed cases of COVID-19 have fully recovered from the virus. The latest patient Read more.
Government Begins Reopening Process, Restaurants Get Green Light To Resume Services
Government has unveiled a three-tiered plan to be rolled out over the next six weeks, as it cautiously moves to Read more.
Firearms Seized In Morvant, Maloney
One man was arrested for possession of a firearm, and quantity of ammunition, marijuana, and cocaine seized by officers of Read more.
Credit Unions Seal Agreement With Gov’t To Provide Loans to Citizens Affected By COVID-19
LEFT: Minister of Finance, Colm Imbert. RIGHT: Vice President of the Central Finance Facility (CFF), Mr. Lyndon Byer Citizens facing Read more.
PM “Startled” By Opposition Leader’s Allegations About Venezuelan Aircraft
LEFT: Venezuela’s Vice President, Delcy Rodriguez. MIDDLE: Prime Minister Dr. Keith Rowley. RIGHT: Opposition Leader, Kamla Persad Bissessar “Who is Read more.
Campaign Finance Reform To Come Before Next Election, Says PM
Prime Minister Dr. Keith Rowley The 2020 general elections may be held in December. This was hinted by Prime Minister Read more.
House Speaker Condemns “Intolerable” Actions By Moonilal
House Speaker Brigid Annisette George (Photo Courtest the Trinidad and Tobago Parliament) The decision by Oropouche East MP Dr. Roodal Read more.
COVID-19 Update: No New Cases
Trinidad and Tobago’s number of confirmed COVID-19 cases remains at 116 for another day.¬† See the Ministry of Health’s 10pm Read more.
The Cambridge Analytica Saga Continues: AG Office Writes To Authorities in the UK and US
One day after the Trindad and Tobago Police Service announced the closure of its investigation into the UNC government’s alleged¬† Read more.
COVID-19 WATCH: Jamaica Tests Over 400 New Samples In 24 Hours
Jamaica recorded 10 new cases of the coronavirus on Thursday, bringing the island’s total number of confirmed cases to 488. Read more.
Beetham Family To Receive Counselling From TTPS After Teen’s Death
Family members of a 13-year-old girl, who was found dead at her Beetham Gardens home from an apparent suicide on Read more.
Opposition MP: “Rowley Regime To Blame For Energy Sector Decline”
Opposition MP for Pointe-a-Pierre Dr David Lee says the global economic downturn has only been the “final nail in the Read more.
BLACKLISTED: Three CARICOM Countries Named On EU’s Tax Haven List
The Bahamas, Barbados and Jamaica have appeared on the European Union’s list of countries with shortfalls in tackling money laundering Read more.
COVID-19 Update: 20 New Samples Submitted To CARPHA, No New Cases
The number of samples submitted for testing for COVID-19 now stands at 2,173 according to the Ministry of Health’s 4pm Read more.
Three Men Arrested And Charged, in Tobago, For Sexual Penetration Of A Minor.
Three men will appear before a Scarborough Magistrate today to answer to charges of sexual offences against minors. This follows Read more.
Griffith : No Politician Can Direct The Police
Commissioner of Police, Gary Griffith, has noted comments from a sitting Member of Parliament that the investigation into a so-called Read more.
How to Monitor Your Children’s Emotional Health
Following the death of a 14-year-old girl, who allegedly committed suicide, the Children’s Authority has issued guidelines for parents and Read more.
Seven Held For Illegal Quarrying On State Lands In Cumuto
Seven persons were arrested in connection with illegal quarrying activities and breaching the Covid-19 Regulations during an anti-crime exercise conducted Read more.
T&T Nationals Stranded In Guyana and Venezuela Will Be Allowed To Return
At least 22  persons who work in the oil sector in Guyana have been granted permission to return to Trinidad Read more.
Silent Hypoxia : A Scary New Phenomenon in COVID-19
With the statistics at standstill, the Ministry of Health says it will move into a new phase with a retrospective Read more.
COVID-19 Update: No New Cases, 33 New Samples Submitted To CARPHA
Thirty-three new samples have been submitted to the Caribbean Public Health Agency for testing, according to the Ministry of Health’s Read more.
PM Weighs In On Closure Of Cambridge Analytica Investigation
Prime Minister Dr. Keith Rowley appears to be concerned over the closing of a police investigation which was launched to Read more.
Government: “No Job Loss From Temporary Nutrien Plant Shutdown”
The recent decision by Nutrien Limited to temporarily shutdown one of its ammonia plants in Point Lisas will not translate Read more.
Body Discovered In Cedros
Police have launched an investigation to determine the circumstances surrounding the death of a man whose body was discovered in Read more.
COVID-19 Backlash: Bermuda Announces Cancellation Of Carnival 2020
With the world still reeling from the effects of COVID-19, Bermuda has become the latest country to cancel its Carnival Read more.
Dennis Becomes Youngest Chief Secretary Of The THA
Newly Elected Chief Secretary of the Tobago House of Assembly, Ancil Dennis. Ancil Dennis has been unanimously elected to serve Read more.
UNC Pleased With End to Cambridge Analytica “Fairy tale”
Opposition Leader, Kamla Persad Bissessar Hours after the Trinidad and Tobago Police Service (TTPS) announced the closure of its Cambridge Read more.
COVID-19 Update: No New Cases, Seven More Samples Sent To CARPHA
The Ministry of Health has once more reported no new cases of COVID-19, with the number confirmed cases remaining at Read more.
TT Coast Guard Warns About Crossing The Border During the COVID-19 Pandemic
The TT Coast Guard is reminding the public that crossing the border during the COVID-19 Pandemic, without authorization, is illegal. Read more.
‘Stumped”, Police Close Cambridge Analytica Case
After several attempts to contact Christopher Wylie who made allegations in his book Mind F*ck that Cambridge Analytica was engaged Read more.
CASE CLOSED: No Evidence Found to Link PM Rowley To A Miami Bank Account
An investigation into allegations that Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley was on the receiving end of a ‚Äúnefarious‚ÄĚ bank transaction Read more.
Coast Guard Seize Bird In A Cage
A Trinidadian and two Venezuelans were detained by Coast Guard Officers on Tuesday after they were found with one bullfinch Read more.
Another Man Charged With Sexual Penetration Of A Minor
A 50-year-old man has been charged with one count of sexual penetration of a minor.  The man of Palo Seco Read more.
Minister Of Health on COVID-19 :”Fires Are Still Raging”
Acknowledging that ‚ÄĚthere is a state of complacency that we have beat the virus‚ÄĚ, Health Minister¬† Terrence Deyalsingh is warning Read more.
COVID-19 Update: One More Patient Discharged
One more person has been discharged from the Home of Football in Couva, having fully recovered from COVID-19. See the Read more.
Coast Guard Officer Injured Following Shooting Incident With Police
An investigation is to be launched to determine whether a police officer who opened fire on an off-duty Coast Guard Read more.
FAKE NEWS: Government Debunks Post About “Phased Reopening” Of The Country
The Ministry of Communications has dismissed as false, a post making the rounds on social media which shows the outline Read more.
Looking Ahead: Workplace Protocols Post COVID-19
The post COVID-19 reality will demand a ‚Äúnew normal‚ÄĚ and employers will largely shape how the world of work operates Read more.
COVID-19 Update: No New Cases, 2071 Samples Submitted To CARPHA
The Ministry of Health has reported no new cases of COVID-19 in its 4pm update (May 5th)  See the latest Read more.