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Hello Food TT Vaccination Drive (Food & Beverage Workers)
Hello Food TT Vaccination Drive (Food & Beverage Workers)
Jul 15 – Jul 16 all-day
Hello Food TT Vaccination Drive (Food & Beverage Workers)
WE CAN DO THIS! Restaurant Industry prepares for Reopening with Vaccination Drive. The Restaurant Industry is safely preparing to finally reopen its doors and they are calling on all members within the Sector, along with[…]
SWRHA Vaccination Drive 9:00 am
SWRHA Vaccination Drive
Jul 15 @ 9:00 am
SWRHA Vaccination Drive
  The SWRHA invites our valued clients to proceed with booking COVID-19 vaccination appointments via the following link. https://form.jotform.com/211295301675857Share
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TTMA Second Dose Vaccination 8:00 am
TTMA Second Dose Vaccination @ Divali Nagar Site
Jul 18 @ 8:00 am – 4:00 pm
TTMA Second Dose Vaccination @ Divali Nagar Site
  The Trinidad and Tobago Manufacturers Association (TTMA) begins its second dose drive for the business community, in partnership with the Ministry of Health (MOH) and Ministry of Trade and Industry (MTI). Please be on[…]
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PROMAN’s Drive Thru Vaccination Drive 8:00 am
PROMAN’s Drive Thru Vaccination Drive @ Ato Boldon Stadium
Jul 19 @ 8:00 am – Jul 31 @ 5:00 pm
PROMAN's Drive Thru Vaccination Drive @ Ato Boldon Stadium
Drive thru vaccination drive organized by Proman (open to the public) at Ato Boldon Stadium. https://forms.office.com/Pages/ResponsePage.aspx?id=sFOW0H_JhEG9AxuDtiC0vvbMo2ek4z5Grj96Mwh03tlUN1VDVUxXTlZNUlNZNlJJOVRTNDEzMEZDTS4uShare
Hello Food TT Vaccination Drive (Food & Beverage Workers)
Hello Food TT Vaccination Drive (Food & Beverage Workers)
Jul 19 – Jul 20 all-day
Hello Food TT Vaccination Drive (Food & Beverage Workers)
WE CAN DO THIS! Restaurant Industry prepares for Reopening with Vaccination Drive. The Restaurant Industry is safely preparing to finally reopen its doors and they are calling on all members within the Sector, along with[…]
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Ministry of Education’s Vaccination Drive 6:00 am
Ministry of Education’s Vaccination Drive
Jul 21 @ 6:00 am
Ministry of Education's Vaccination Drive
  The Ministry of Education’s Vaccination Drive begins Wednesday July 21, 2021. Arrangements are in place to accommodate the vaccination of ALL teaching and non-teaching staff in all schools and administrative offices of the Ministry[…]
NCRHA’s Road Trip Vaccination Drive Thru 6:00 am
NCRHA’s Road Trip Vaccination Drive Thru @ Frankie Boodram Wallerfield International Raceway
Jul 21 @ 6:00 am
NCRHA's Road Trip Vaccination Drive Thru @ Frankie Boodram Wallerfield International Raceway
  NCRHA’s Road Trip Vaccination Drive Thru at the Frankie Boodram Wallerfield International Raceway. You can now get your Covid-19 vaccination in the comfort of your own vehicle 🚗!   Click on the link below[…]
TTMA’s First Dose Vaccination Drive 11:00 am
TTMA’s First Dose Vaccination Drive @ Divali Nagar Site
Jul 21 @ 11:00 am – 6:00 pm
TTMA's First Dose Vaccination Drive @ Divali Nagar Site
  The Trinidad and Tobago Manufacturers’ Association (TTMA) vaccination drive will start this Wednesday 21st and continue on Thursday 22nd and Friday 23rd from 11am-6pm and Sunday 25th from 9am-5pm.   Please have the necessary[…]
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NWRHA COVID-19 Vaccine Drive-Through 8:00 am
NWRHA COVID-19 Vaccine Drive-Through @ Heliport
Jul 25 @ 8:00 am – 4:00 pm
NWRHA COVID-19 Vaccine Drive-Through @ Heliport
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9:00 am
@ Divali Nagar Site
Jul 25 @ 9:00 am – 5:00 pm
 @ Divali Nagar Site
  The Trinidad and Tobago Manufacturers’ Association (TTMA) vaccination drive will start this Wednesday 21st and continue on Thursday 22nd and Friday 23rd from 11am-6pm and Sunday 25th from 9am-5pm.   Please have the necessary[…]
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ERHA 2nd Dose Oxford AstraZeneca Vaccination Drive 6:00 am
ERHA 2nd Dose Oxford AstraZeneca Vaccination Drive
Jul 26 @ 6:00 am
ERHA 2nd Dose Oxford AstraZeneca Vaccination Drive
  You will be contacted by the ERHA to schedule your 2nd dose appointment.Share
NCRHA’s Road Trip Vaccination Drive Thru 8:00 am
NCRHA’s Road Trip Vaccination Drive Thru @ Frankie Boodram Wallerfield International Raceway
Jul 26 @ 8:00 am – 3:00 pm
NCRHA's Road Trip Vaccination Drive Thru @ Frankie Boodram Wallerfield International Raceway
NO APPOINTMENT IS NEEDED. Monday – Sunday 8:00 AM – 3:00 PM Frankie Boodram Wallerfield International Raceway! Assemble your road team! Get your Covid-19 vaccination in the comfort of your own vehicle!!Share
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NCRHA’s Road Trip Vaccination Drive Thru 8:00 am
NCRHA’s Road Trip Vaccination Drive Thru @ Frankie Boodram Wallerfield International Raceway
Jul 27 @ 8:00 am – 3:00 pm
NCRHA's Road Trip Vaccination Drive Thru @ Frankie Boodram Wallerfield International Raceway
NO APPOINTMENT IS NEEDED. Monday – Sunday 8:00 AM – 3:00 PM Frankie Boodram Wallerfield International Raceway! Assemble your road team! Get your Covid-19 vaccination in the comfort of your own vehicle!!Share
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NCRHA’s Road Trip Vaccination Drive Thru 8:00 am
NCRHA’s Road Trip Vaccination Drive Thru @ Frankie Boodram Wallerfield International Raceway
Jul 28 @ 8:00 am – 3:00 pm
NCRHA's Road Trip Vaccination Drive Thru @ Frankie Boodram Wallerfield International Raceway
NO APPOINTMENT IS NEEDED. Monday – Sunday 8:00 AM – 3:00 PM Frankie Boodram Wallerfield International Raceway! Assemble your road team! Get your Covid-19 vaccination in the comfort of your own vehicle!!Share
TTMA First Dose Vaccination Drive (Open to the Public) 11:00 am
TTMA First Dose Vaccination Drive (Open to the Public) @ Divali Nigar Site
Jul 28 @ 11:00 am – 4:30 pm
TTMA First Dose Vaccination Drive (Open to the Public) @ Divali Nigar Site
  Open to the public. This Wednesday 28th July 2021 from 11:00am-4:30pm at the Divali Nagar Site. Please walk with proof of Identification (Identification Card, Drivers Permit, Passport, Birth Paper) any one will be accepted[…]
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NCRHA’s Road Trip Vaccination Drive Thru 8:00 am
NCRHA’s Road Trip Vaccination Drive Thru @ Frankie Boodram Wallerfield International Raceway
Jul 29 @ 8:00 am – 3:00 pm
NCRHA's Road Trip Vaccination Drive Thru @ Frankie Boodram Wallerfield International Raceway
NO APPOINTMENT IS NEEDED. Monday – Sunday 8:00 AM – 3:00 PM Frankie Boodram Wallerfield International Raceway! Assemble your road team! Get your Covid-19 vaccination in the comfort of your own vehicle!!Share
TTMA’s First Dose Vaccination Drive 11:00 am
TTMA’s First Dose Vaccination Drive @ Divali Nagar Site
Jul 29 @ 11:00 am – 6:00 pm
TTMA's First Dose Vaccination Drive @ Divali Nagar Site
  The Trinidad and Tobago Manufacturers’ Association (TTMA) vaccination drive will start this Wednesday 21st and continue on Thursday 22nd and Friday 23rd from 11am-6pm and Sunday 25th from 9am-5pm.   Please have the necessary[…]
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NCRHA’s Road Trip Vaccination Drive Thru 8:00 am
NCRHA’s Road Trip Vaccination Drive Thru @ Frankie Boodram Wallerfield International Raceway
Jul 30 @ 8:00 am – 3:00 pm
NCRHA's Road Trip Vaccination Drive Thru @ Frankie Boodram Wallerfield International Raceway
NO APPOINTMENT IS NEEDED. Monday – Sunday 8:00 AM – 3:00 PM Frankie Boodram Wallerfield International Raceway! Assemble your road team! Get your Covid-19 vaccination in the comfort of your own vehicle!!Share
TTMA’s First Dose Vaccination Drive 11:00 am
TTMA’s First Dose Vaccination Drive @ Divali Nagar Site
Jul 30 @ 11:00 am – 6:00 pm
TTMA's First Dose Vaccination Drive @ Divali Nagar Site
  The Trinidad and Tobago Manufacturers’ Association (TTMA) vaccination drive will start this Wednesday 21st and continue on Thursday 22nd and Friday 23rd from 11am-6pm and Sunday 25th from 9am-5pm.   Please have the necessary[…]
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Let’s Get Vaccinated Arouca/ Maloney 8:00 am
Let’s Get Vaccinated Arouca/ Maloney @ Bon Air Gardens Community Centre
Jul 31 @ 8:00 am – 5:00 pm
Let's Get Vaccinated Arouca/ Maloney @ Bon Air Gardens Community Centre
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NCRHA’s Road Trip Vaccination Drive Thru 8:00 am
NCRHA’s Road Trip Vaccination Drive Thru @ Frankie Boodram Wallerfield International Raceway
Jul 31 @ 8:00 am – 3:00 pm
NCRHA's Road Trip Vaccination Drive Thru @ Frankie Boodram Wallerfield International Raceway
NO APPOINTMENT IS NEEDED. Monday – Sunday 8:00 AM – 3:00 PM Frankie Boodram Wallerfield International Raceway! Assemble your road team! Get your Covid-19 vaccination in the comfort of your own vehicle!!Share

Teen Killed In Police Involved Shooting In Penal
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Cedros Fisherman Charged With Murders Of Fellow Fishermen As Stolen Boat Engine Recovered
Cedros fisherman Ramjit Lalchan is expected to appear virtually before a Couva Magistrate tomorrow, Thursday, charged with the murders of Read more.
Eight More Covid-19 Patients Die, MOH Records 243 New Cases
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Inmates At MSP Set Fire To Mattresses, Lock Gates In Protest
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Tobago Records First Case Of Brazilian Covid-19 Variant
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UTT Mourns Passing Of Master Artist Dr. Leroy Clarke
The University of Trinidad and Tobago (UTT) has joined the national community in mourning the passing of Dr. LeRoy Clarke. Read more.
Five More Covid Deaths, 108 New Cases
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REGIONAL POLITICS: Philip Pierre Leads St. Lucia Labour Party To Sweeping Victory In General Elections
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Education Ministry Offers Virtual Counselling For Siblings Who Survived Maraval House Fire
Following the news of a tragic fire in which three children ages 3, 6 and 17 were killed on Monday Read more.
Four Covid-19 Deaths, 109 New Cases Today
Four additional Covid-19 deaths have been reported within the last 24 hours, pushing the death toll from the virus to Read more.
Residents In Parts Of North East Trinidad To Be Without Water Tomorrow
The Water and Sewerage Authority (the Authority) advises customers in parts of North East Trinidad served by the North Oropouche Read more.
Murder Suspect In John Henry Smith Murder Case Recaptured After Escape From St. Ann’s Hospital
Murdered: John Henry Smith Officers of the Port-of-Spain Task Force recaptured a female murder suspect shortly after she escaped from Read more.
Two More Covid-19 Patients Die In Tobago
Two more people have died from Covid-19 in Tobago, bringing the death toll on the island to 37. The patients, Read more.
Children Ages 3, 6 And 17 Perish In Early Morning Fire
Three children, ages three, six and 17 have died following a house fire at Rookery Nook in Maraval this morning. Read more.
‘Bellies’ To Appear In Court For 2019 Murder
   A 24-year-old Diego Martin man, who is believed to be responsible for the 2019 killing of Christopher Moore, is Read more.
Police Officer Taken Into Custody After Allegedly Pointing Firearm At Wife, Son
Police rescued a woman and her son who were allegedly assaulted by her husband last night. The suspect, a policer Read more.
Prison Officer Detained In Connection With Marijuana Bust
A 41-year-old prisons officer is assisting police with their investigations into a marijuana find yesterday. Officers of the Western and Read more.
MOH Records An Additional Seven Covid-19 Deaths, 189 New Cases
Seven additional Covid-19 deaths have been reported within the last 24 hours, pushing the death toll from the virus to Read more.
Man, 71, Arrested For DUI Offence After Nearly Crashing Into Police Vehicle
A 71 year old El Socorro man will appear before a Chaguanas Magistrate on Monday, charged with driving under the Read more.
Six More Covid Deaths, 300 New Infections
Six additional Covid-19 deaths have been reported within the last 24 hours, pushing the death toll from the virus to Read more.
TTPS Warns Against Flying Of Drones Over Prisons, Airports, Other ‘Sensitive’ Facilities
The Trinidad and Tobago Police Service (TTPS) is advising citizens to cease flying drones in the vicinity of airports, prison Read more.
Tobago Reports Two More Covid-19 Deaths, 36 New Cases
An 81 year old man and a 66 year old woman, both with comorbidities, are Tobago’s latest Covid-19 fatalities, bringing Read more.
TTPS: Counselling For Minors Who Witnessed Murder, Victim’s Wife In Custody
Two children, ages 9 and 13, were present at the scene when former Maritime CEO, John Smith, was killed at Read more.
No Bail For Dad Charged With Raping Daughter, 14
A 48-year-old man who detectives were told sexually assaulted his 14-year-old daughter, was denied bail when he appeared before a Read more.
Eight Covid-19 Deaths, 181 New Cases
Eight additional Covid-19 deaths have been reported within the last 24 hours, pushing the death toll from the virus to Read more.
GUILTY VERDICT: Two Suspects Convicted In Sean Luke Murder Case
After 15 years, justice has been handed down in the Sean Like murder cases, as the two accused, Akeel Mitchell Read more.
THA Act To Be Proclaimed On Monday; Fresh Elections Likely Before Year’s End
The Tobago House of Assembly Amendment Act will officially be proclaimed next Monday, July 26th, as announced by Prime Minister Read more.
COVID-19 UPDATE: Fifteen More Patients Die, 258 New Infections
Another 15 Covid-19 patients have died, taking the overall death toll from the virus to 1,018. There is also an Read more.
Tobago Sees Highest Daily Spike in Covid-19 Infections, Additional Death
Tobago sees its highest daily spike in Covid-19 infections, as the island reports 52 new cases in its update for Read more.
Man, 19, Charged With Sexually Assault Of Minor He Met On Instagram
After seeking out a relationship with a minor he met on Instagram, a 19 year old man was charged with Read more.
Pulchan Appointed As Commissioner Of Prisons
After acting in the post for more than a year, Dennis Pulchan has officially been promoted to the rank of Read more.
Opposition Lays Blame On PM, Health Team, As T&T Records 1,000 Covid-19 Deaths
The Opposition United National congress is doubling down on its condemnation of the team of health professionals leading the management Read more.
Symon Doubles Down On Commitment To “Free And Fair” Press, Condemns Sensationalization Of TTT Issue
Communications Minister Symon de Nobriga has hit back at what he deems the Opposition Leader’s “attempt at relevance” in commenting Read more.
Covid-19 Death Toll Reaches 1,000 As Two More Patients Die
Two Covid-19 deaths reported by the Health Ministry this afternoon have pushed the death toll from the virus at the Read more.
Prison Officer Dies From Covid-19
The Trinidad and Tobago Prison Service is saddened to inform on the passing of Prisons Officer I #3834, Nixon Lokai, Read more.
Kamla Concerned About Allegations Of Government Censorship As Private Media Houses Blocked Access On Assignments
Opposition Leader Kamla Persad Bissessar says she was alarmed to learn of what appeared to be an unofficial government policy Read more.
UNC Councillor Resigns As Chairman Of Finance Committee Amid Bribery Allegations
UNC Councillor Anil Maharaj has resigned from his position as Chairman of the Finance Committee of the Sangre Grande Regional Read more.
Communications Minister Insists Exclusive Access Policy For State-Owned TTT Was A “Lighthearted” Joke
Communications Minister Symon de Nobriga has responded to a news report in which it was revealed journalists at state owned Read more.
Tobago: 24 New Covid-19 Cases
Active Covid-19 cases in Tobago now stands at 241, as the island recorded 24 new infections and 20 discharges in Read more.
Six Covid-19 Deaths, 181 New Cases Today
Trinidad and Tobago is two cases shy of recording 1000 Covid-19 deaths, after six more fatalities were reported by the Read more.
#WeJabbin: Ministry To Launch First Drive-Through Vaccination Site On Wednesday
As mass vaccination efforts continue, Health Minister Terrence Deyalsingh has announced that the first Drive through vaccination site will be Read more.
SORT Officers Seize 138 Kilos Of Marijuana In Moruga
One man was arrested with 138 kilos of marijuana in his vehicle this morning. Around the same time, police arrested Read more.
Two More Covid Patients Die, MOH Records 103 Additional Cases
The Ministry of Health reports two additional Covid-19 deaths this afternoon, taking the death toll from the virus to 992. Read more.
Health Minister Lays Out Guidelines As Restaurants, Outdoor Exercise Resume Operation Tomorrow
As restaurants, food street vendors and outdoor exercise resume operation tomorrow, Health Minister Terrence Deyalsingh has released a comprehensive guideline Read more.
PM Rowley: Government Is Not Looking Into Mandatory Vaccination
The government will depend on moral suasion and science-centred messaging to convince people to get vaccinated against the Covid19 virus- Read more.
Eight Covid-19 Deaths, 235 New Cases Today
The Ministry of Health reports eight additional Covid-19 deaths this afternoon, taking the death toll from the virus to 990. Read more.
#WeJabbin: Health Minister Announces Vaccines To Be Available At All 109 Healthcare Centres From Next Week
Noting that “anyone who wants to be vaccinated should have reasonable access to a vaccine”, Health Minister Terrence Deyalsingh has Read more.
Minister Cummings Rubbishes Reports That His Home Was Searched By Police
Minister of Youth Development and National Service, Foster Cummings, has described as pure mischief, claims that his home was searched Read more.
Ainsley King Appointed As Acting TUCO President Following Brother Resistance’s Passing
The General Council of the Trinbago Unified Calypsonians Organization, TUCO, has appointed its Vice President Ainsley King to act as Read more.
MOH Outlines Quarantine Protocols For Unvaccinated Children Entering T&T
With Trinidad and Tobago’s borders set to reopen tomorrow, July 17th, the Ministry of Health has provided a detailed guideline Read more.
$130K Bail For UNC Councillor Charged With Misbehaving In Public Office
UNC Councillor for Cumuto/Tamana, Anil Maharaj was granted $130,000 bail when he appeared virtually before a Port of Spain Magistrate Read more.
Thirteen More Covid-19 Deaths, 251 New Cases
The Ministry of Health reports 13 additional Covid-19 deaths this afternoon, taking the death toll from the virus to 982. Read more.
Bail Denied For Venezuelan National On Human Trafficking Charge
Venezuelan Yilfrenth Alisson Ramirez Diaz was today remanded into custody after appearing in court on Human Trafficking charges. Diaz, 29, Read more.
UNC Councillor Charged With Misbehaviour In Public Office
Hours after being arrested on Thursday afternoon by a team of officers from the Anti-Corruption Investigations Bureau (ACIB), UNC Councillor Read more.
COVID-19 UPDATE: 192 New Cases, Six Deaths
The Ministry of Health reports six additional Covid-19 deaths this afternoon, taking the death toll from the virus to 969. Read more.
Heritage Petroleum Warns Of Recruitment Scam
Official Statement From Heritage Petroleum Limited: Read more.
Two Arrested As Cops Seize Marijuana, Camouflage Wear In Santa Cruz
A man and a woman have been arrested for being in possession of marijuana in two separate incidents in Santa Read more.
Minister Gadsby-Dolly Announces The Award Of 268 National Bursaries
Government on Thursday announced the awarding of 268 National Bursaries, with an estimated total annual expenditure of $14,792,887.00 The announcement Read more.
PAHO Reiterates Support For Haiti As Nation Receives Half A Million Covid-19 Vaccines From US
On the heels of Haiti receiving its first batch of Covid-19 vaccines via a US donation through the Covax Facility Read more.
“This Pain Will Never Pass”: Haiti’s First Lady Martine Moïse Shares First Images From Florida Hospital Bed
One week to the day she was attacked and her husband, President Jovenel  Moïse assassinated at their private residence in Read more.
BORDER REOPENING: Covid-19 PCR Testing To Be Offered At Piarco Airport From Saturday
When Trinidad and Tobago’s borders reopen on Saturday, travellers will be able to have Covid-19 tests conducted at the Piarco Read more.
Jail For Dad Charged With Beating Teen Daughters With Rolling Pin
A 34-year-old man, who currently has 18 pending matters before the court, was remanded into custody earlier today after appearing Read more.
Online Application For Entry Into T&T Goes Live Ahead Of July 17 Border Reopening
Government on Wednesday unveiled a new and official website to facilitate the application process for folks wanting to enter Trinidad Read more.
COVID-19 UPDATE: 11 Deaths, 190 New Cases
The Ministry of Health reports 11 additional Covid-19 deaths this afternoon, taking the death toll from the virus to 963. Read more.
TUCO President Brother Resistance Has Died
The cultural community and by extension the country has been thrown into mourning  over news of the passing of Lutalo Read more.
As Borders Reopen On July 17, MOH Lists Immunization Card Guidelines For Those Wanting To Travel Abroad
The Ministry of Health is urging those persons wishing to travel abroad once borders reopen on July 17th, to ensure Read more.
Four Covid-19 Patients Die, 57 New Cases Recorded
The Ministry of Health reports four additional Covid-19 deaths this afternoon, taking the death toll from the virus to 941. Read more.
Hassel Bacchus Is Appointed As Minister Of Digital Transformation In Cabinet Adjustment
Official Statement From The Office Of The Prime Minister: Prime Minister Dr the Hon Keith Rowley has today (Monday 12 Read more.
Interim Executive Management Team Appointed At WASA Following Sealy’s Resignation
Public Utilities Minister, Marvin Gonzales Official Statement from the Water and Sewerage Authority: Read more.
TOBAGO UPDATE: Five New Covid-19 Cases, Nine Recoveries
There are now 190 active Covid-19 cases in Tobago, after the island reported five new cases and nine recoveries in Read more.
Prison Officer In Court After Marijuana Found At POS Jail
Prison Officer Mark Maharaj, attached to the Port of Spain Prison, is expected to appear virtually before a Port of Read more.
Supermarket Association Extends Vaccination Program To All Sectors
After administering a total of 13,000 vaccines to frontline workers to date, the Supermarket Association of Trinidad and Tobago (SATT) Read more.
Two Covid-19 Patients Die, 188 New Cases Recorded
The Ministry of Health reports two additional Covid-19 deaths this afternoon, taking the death toll from the virus to 937. Read more.
NIB Tunapuna & Princes Town Service Centres To Reopen From Monday
The National Insurance Board of Trinidad and Tobago (NIBTT) has advised that both the Tunapuna and Princes Town Service Centres Read more.
Licensing Offices To Reopen On Phased Basis From Monday
The Ministry of Works and Transport has announced that all Licensing Offices will reopen for business effective from Monday (July Read more.
Five More Covid-19 Deaths, 175 New Cases
The Ministry of Health reports five additional Covid-19 deaths this afternoon, taking the death toll from the virus to 935. Read more.
Curfew Hours Remain Unchanged, PM Says
While there have been a relaxation of several Covid-19 restrictions, as announced by Prime Minister Dr. Keith Rowley on Saturday, Read more.
Food Sector To Reopen From July 19th, As PM Rowley Announces A Few Relaxation Of Restrictions
On the backdrop of an accelerated vaccination program, Prime Minister Dr. Keith Rowley on Saturday announced that restaurants will be Read more.
Prison Officer Arrested After Being Found In Possession Of Marijuana On Prison Compound
A prison officer attached to the Port of Spain Prison was arrested for possession of a quantity of marijuana by Read more.
800,000 Sinopharm Vaccines To Arrive In T&T Next Week
Trinidad and Tobago will get a significant boost to its vaccination program when a shipment of 800,000 Sinopharm Covid-19 vaccines Read more.
Sacha Cosmetics Issues Apology After Anti-PNM Message Shared On Business Platform
Moments after a message directed at supporters of the People’s National Movement was shared to its official account on Friday, Read more.
Seven Covid-19 Deaths, 161 More Test Positive
The Ministry of Health reports seven additional Covid-19 deaths this afternoon, taking the death toll from the virus to 930. Read more.
Man Charged With 2019 Murder Of Stepson, Age 5
After one year and eight months of intense police investigation, 22 year old  Darrel Clarke has been charged with the Read more.
MOH Clarifies Policy: Sinopharm Vaccine Approved For Breastfeeding Mothers Only, Not Pregnant Women
The Ministry of Health’s policy remains that pregnant women are ineligible to receive a Covid-19 vaccine at this time.  This Read more.
No $1M Compensation For Officers Who Die From Covid-19, Special Insurance Policy In The Works
Family members of police officers who die from Covid-19 will not benefit from the $1million dollar compensation afforded to officers Read more.
Public Utilities Minister: “Dr. Sealy’s Exit From WASA Due To Personal Reasons”
Pressed to provide further details about the sudden resignation of Dr. Lennox Sealy as WASA’s Executive Director, Public Utilities Minister Read more.
Jovenel Moïse Assassination: Haitian Police Detain 26 Foreign Suspects
Police authorities in Haiti say a group of 26 foreign mercenaries, including retired Colombian soldiers, were responsible for Wednesday’s assassination Read more.
38 Year Old Woman Dies From Covid-19 In Tobago
Tobago now has a record of 28 Covid-19 deaths, as a 38 year old woman with co-morbidities succumbed to the Read more.
Government Appoints Independent Team To Investigate Abuse At Children’s Homes
An independent team led by retired Appeal Court Judge, Justice Judith Jones, has been appointed to look into Child abuse Read more.
Young Warns Restauranteurs Against Finding “Loophole” To Open Business
Restauranteurs who have attempted to remain operational at this time by converting their business place into a grocery or market Read more.
COVID-19 UPDATE: 321 New Infections, Five Fatalities
The Ministry of Health reports five additional Covid-19 deaths this afternoon, taking the death toll from the virus to 923. Read more.
VACCINE QUEST: Minister Browne Chairs Meeting With CARICOM Leaders And US Covid Team
Foreign and CARICOM Affairs Minister Dr. Amery Browne on Wednesday chaired a meeting among CARICOM member countries, the Caribbean Public Read more.
Police Officer Charged With Trafficking Firearm, Breach Of Curfew
A Police Officer and two women have been charged by officers of the Southern Division. PC Kai Pope-Cupid, 34, Kirdesha Read more.
Yellow Level Adverse Weather Alert In Effect Until Friday
The Trinidad and Tobago Met Office has issued a Yellow-Level Adverse Weather Alert Warning for Trinidad, which came into effect Read more.
Seven Suspects Killed, Six Others Detained As Haitian Authorities In Manhunt For President Moïse’s Killers
Police in Haiti have now killed seven men suspected of assassinating President Jovenel Moïse, while six others, including a US Read more.
RESIGNATION: Sealy Bows Out As WASA Executive Director
Less than five months after he was appointed to lead a transformation exercise at the Water and Sewerage Authority, Dr. Read more.
Twenty-One New Covid-19 Cases In Tobago
With 21 new Covid-19 infections and seven recoveries reported over the last 24 hours, here are now 145 active cases Read more.
CARICOM Countries To Fly Flags At Half-Mast As Region Mourns Moïse
Official Statement From CARICOM On The Assassanination Of Haiti President Jovenel Moise: The Heads of Government of the Caribbean Community Read more.
PARLIAMENT DEBATE: Upper House Adopts Report On Senator Anil Roberts’ “Kangaroo” Comment
The Senate voted on Wednesday evening to adopt a report compiled by the Privileges Committee of Parliament, over comments made Read more.
Fifteen Covid-19 Deaths, 115 New Cases Today
The Ministry of Health reports fifteen additional Covid-19 deaths this afternoon, taking the death toll from the virus to 918. Read more.
ASSASSINATION AFTERMATH: State of Siege Declared In Haiti
A state of siege has been declared in Haiti, following the early morning assassination of the country’s President, Jovenel Moïse. Read more.
CARICOM Leaders Condemn Assassination Of Haiti’s Jovenel Moïse
Leaders across the region have expressed shock and sadness over the assassination of Haitian President Jovonel Moïse, who was killed Read more.
CARICOM SOLIDARITY: PM Rowley Pledges Support To Haiti Following Assassination Attack Of President Moïse
FLASHBACK: Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley chats with President of the Republic of Haiti, His Excellency Jovenel Moïse after the Read more.
Haiti President Jovenel Moïse Assassinated At His Port-au-Prince Home
Gunmen stormed the home of Haiti President Jovenel Moïse on Wednesday morning, killing him and injuring his wife. First Lady Read more.
TTOC Announces Three More Athletes To Olympics Team
Official Statement From The Trinidad & Tobago Olympic Committee: Three athletes have been added to the TeamTTO delegation, making the Read more.
National Trust Benefits From US $200K Grant, To Be Used For Heritage Sites Conservation Study
The National Trust of Trinidad and Tobago has secured a US$200,000 Grant from the United States Ambassadors Fund for Cultural Read more.
President Biden Makes Plea To Unvaccinated Americans Amid Increase In Delta Variant
With more than 30% of the American population still unvaccinated against Covid-19, US President Joe Biden is doubling down on Read more.
Ameen Calls On Education Minister To Pay Outstanding Cash To EFCL, Exam Workers
Opposition MP Khadijah Ameen calls on Education Minister Dr. Nyan Gadsby-Dolly to honor outstanding payments to EFCL teachers and exam Read more.
COVID-19 UPDATE: 250 New Cases, Four Deaths
Four Covid-19 deaths reported by the Ministry of Health today has pushed the death toll from the virus over the Read more.
St. Lucians Head To The Polls On July 26
In just under three weeks, St. Lucians will go to the polls to elect a new government. Prime Minister Allan Read more.
Griffith Condemns Protest Plans, Says Law Enforcement Will Be Quick To Disperse Crowds
Police Commissioner Gary Griffith says he has been made aware of a protest being planned for this Friday, and he Read more.
Twenty-Five New Covid-19 Cases In Tobago
After reporting a single new Covid-19 infection on Monday, Tobago recorded 25 new cases of the virus in its update Read more.
Senate Rejects Opposition Motion To Annul Top CoP Selection Process
The Senate did not approve a motion which called on the government to annul the order which makes last minute Read more.
“I Will Not Remain Silent Any Longer”: Kamla Defends Party Against Online Critics
Expressing frustration over what she perceives as vile and biased attacks against her and her party, Opposition Leader Kamla Persad-Bissessar Read more.
Education Ministry Distributes 2,018 Laptops In Preparation For New School Year
Official Statement from the Ministry of Education: In preparation for academic year 2021/22, the Ministry of Education (MoE) begun the Read more.
Imbert: $2.2Billion In Covid-19 Relief Loans
Government has so far managed to source and finalize TT$2.2billion worth of loan financing to assist in its Covid-19 pandemic Read more.
Opposition Moves Motion Questioning Transparency In Top CoP Selection Process
Moving a Motion in which he sought to nullify government’s changes to the process in selecting a Police Commissioner, Opposition Read more.
Covid-19 Death Toll Rises To 899 As Seven More Die
Trinidad and Tobago is just shy of 900 Covid-19 fatalities, as the Ministry of Health reports seven more deaths this Read more.
CARICOM Secretary-General Praises PM Rowley For Vaccine Advocacy For The Region
Outgoing CARICOM Secretary-General Irwin LaRoque has extended gratitude to Prime Minister Dr. Keith Rowley for his advocacy for Covid-19 vaccines Read more.
RBL Customers Experience Difficulty Accessing Online Platform
Republic Bank has responded to complaints from customers who are unable to access its online platform, with the bank explaining Read more.
Deyalsingh: No Private Sector Company Approved For Covid-19 Vaccine Importation
No private sector company has been authorized to import Covid-19 vaccines into the country. This is according to Health Minister Read more.
As The Construction Sector & Laundromats Reopen On Monday, Health Ministry Outlines Hours Of Operation
Official Statement from the Ministry of Health: The Construction Sector, establishments that support retail, sale and services in the Construction Read more.
TTMA Administers 5,000 Covid-19 Vaccines In One Day
The Trinidad and Tobago Manufacturers Association (TTMA) has reached another milestone with the commencement of vaccination sites for second dose Read more.
Thirteen Covid Deaths, 115 New Infections
The Covid-19 death toll now stands at 892, after another 13 additional fatalities were reported by the Health Ministry on Read more.
Siblings Charged In Kadijah Flement Murder Case
Victim: Kadijah Flement A brother and sister duo will appear in court on Monday, for their roles in the murder Read more.
As Fast Food Outlets Remain Closed, McDonalds Apologizes For Potentially “Misleading” Customers
Hours before Prime Minister Dr. Keith Rowley took to the podium at the Diplomatic Centre in St. Ann’s on Saturday, Read more.
Thirteen More Covid Patients Die, 160 New Infections
The Covid-19 death toll now stands at 879, after 13 additional fatalities were reported by the Health Ministry on Saturday.  Read more.
No Covid Outbreak At Scarborough Hospital, Says Deyalsingh
Health Minister Terrence Deyalsingh has dismissed reports of an outbreak of Covid-19 at the Scarborough General Hospital. Speaking at Saturday’s Read more.
Unvaccinated Nationals Will Not Be Allowed Entry Through Tobago Airport, Only Piarco
When borders reopen on July 17th, unvaccinated nationals will not be allowed to arrive in the country through Tobago’s ANR Read more.
Health Minister Urges More Healthcare Workers To Get Vaccinated
To date, a total 8,861- or roughly 50% of healthcare workers- have been vaccinated against Covid-19. Government is hoping to Read more.
Piarco Airport Ready For July 17 Border Reopening
The Airports Authority of Trinidad and Tobago is assuring that the Piarco International Airport is sufficiently ready for when borders Read more.
Government Announces Tax Amnesty From July To September
In the House of Representatives on Friday, Finance Minister Colm Imbert announced a tax bracket incentive for 2021, in an Read more.
Nine Covid Deaths, 124 Additional Cases
The Covid-19 death toll continues to increase, with 10 fatalities reported on Thursday putting the overall number of deaths from Read more.
WEATHER WATCH: Elsa Intensifies To A Hurricane
Tropical Storm Elsa has now intensified to a hurricane. The National Hurricane Centre (NHC) in Miami says Elsa’s maximum sustained Read more.
Tropical Storm Elsa Moves Rapidly Towards Lesser Antilles
While Tropical Storm Elsa is not in Trinidad and Tobago’s direct path, the Met office advises that feeder band activities Read more.
Ten Covid Deaths, 236 New Cases
The Covid-19 death toll continues to increase, with 10 fatalities reported on Thursday putting the overall number of deaths from Read more.
5,000 Covid-19 Vaccines Arrive From Antigua and Barbuda
Five thousand Covid-19 Sinopharm vaccines landed at the Piarco International Airport on Wednesday evening, courtesy the government of Antigua and Read more.
Tropical Storm Elsa Has Formed
Tropical Storm Elsa has formed. The Met Office says the Potential Tropical Cyclone #5 upgraded to a Tropical Depression overnight, Read more.
Potential Tropical Cycole Five Moving Towards Barbados
According to the National Hurricane Center (NHC) a broad area of low pressure, associated with a tropical wave, is located Read more.
PM Defends Extra Speaking Time In Tobago Debate, Accuses Opposition Of Shirking Parliamentary Responsibility
“I plead not guilty- I hijacked no debate.” The words of Prime Minister Dr. Keith Rowley, as an exchange with Read more.
Fifteen Year Old Kidnap Victim Freed, Police Arrest Two Suspects
A 15 year old Mayaro teenager is now in the the care of officers attached to the Child Protection Unit, Read more.
Fourteen Covid-19 Deaths, 265 New Cases
The Covid-19 death toll continues to increase, with 14 fatalities reported on Wednesday putting the overall number of deaths from Read more.
Opposition To File Motion Of No-Confidence Against House Speaker
“We support Tobago’s right for self governance.”  That was the sentiment shared by Opposition Leader Kamla Persad Bissessar, as she Read more.
WASA Says Thanks As Customers Make Effort To Settle Arrears
Flashback: WASA conducts disconnection for non paying customers in early June The Water and Sewerage Authority says it is pleased Read more.
Taxis Given Green Light To Operate At 75% Capacity
The Public Health Regulations have been adjusted to permit taxi drivers to operate 75% capacity instead of 50%.  The change, Read more.
Opposition Walks Out Of Debate On Tobago Self Governance Bill
Claiming an abuse of Parliamentary power, the Opposition United National Congress- led by Kamla Persad-Bissessar- walked out of Tuesday’s morning Read more.
Griffith Seeks Another Term As Top Cop, Thanks “Haters” For Motivation
After consultation with his wife and on the strength of his self professed “haters”, Police Commissioner Gary Griffith will seek Read more.
Eleven Covid Deaths, 185 New Cases
Eleven Covid-19 deaths reported by the Ministry of Health in its update on Tuesday puts the total number of deaths Read more.
International Airlines Permitted To Fly Once Borders Reopen
Once borders reopen on July 17th, international Airlines will be permitted to fly to Trinidad and Tobago. This was confirmed Read more.
Sinopharm Vaccine Approved For Use By Breastfeeding Mothers
In a change to the Health Ministry’s policy, breastfeeding women are now eligible to receive the Sinopharm Covid-19 vaccine. Dr. Read more.
Five Covid Deaths, 145 New Cases
Five Covid-19 deaths reported by the Ministry of Health in its update on Monday puts the total number of deaths Read more.
“It’s Insensitive, Minister”: Opposition Calls Out Donna For “Some Needy, Some Greedy” Comment
Social Development and Family Services Minister Donna Cox is being called out for displaying a “lack of respect” towards those Read more.
COVID-19 UPDATE: 17 Deaths, 129 New Cases
Seventeen Covid-19 deaths reported by the Ministry of Health in its update on Sunday puts the total number of deaths Read more.
Venezuelan Nationals Among Group Held With Guns, Drugs
Seven persons, two of whom are Venezuelans, are currently being interrogated by detectives in connection with the seizure of a Read more.
T&T’s Covid-19 Death Toll Reaches 800, 294 New Infections Reported Today
With nine Covid-19 deaths, 294 new cases and 304 recoveries, Trinidad and Tobago currently has an active case load of Read more.
Everything You Need To Know About Government’s July 17th Border Reopening Plan
Weeks after announcing government’s plan to reopen this countries borders next month- Prime Minister Dr. Keith Rowley announced on Saturday Read more.
PM: Government’s Vaccination Plan On Track As More Doses Expected To Arrive Next Month
The Health Ministry’s goal remains having 188,900 people fully vaccinated against Covid-19 by the end of July. Prime Minister Dr. Read more.
Imbert Lays Out Rationalization For Proposal To Increase Retirement Age To 65
Since 2010, the number of pensioners in this country has increased by over 50% and is projected to increase by Read more.
Sixteen Covid Deaths Today, 346 New Cases
With 16 Covid-19 deaths, 346 new cases and 357 recoveries, Trinidad and Tobago currently has an active case load of Read more.
Heightened Security Across Prison System Following Gun, Explosives Find At Golden Grove
All security in and around the nation’s prisons have been heightened, following the discovery of high powered guns and explosives Read more.
BREAKING: Derek Chauvin Sentenced To 22.5 Years In George Floyd Murder Case
Ex Minnesotta police Officer Derek Chauvin has been sentenced to 22 and a half years in prison for the killing Read more.
No-Confidence Motion Filed Against Deyalsingh
A No-Confidence Motion filed against Health Minister Terrence Deyalsingh will be debated when the House of Representatives on Friday afternoon. Read more.
“Pay Your Electricity Bill,” T&TEC Pleads With Customers
T&TEC customers whose accounts are in arrears are being urged to pay their electricity bill. The call comes from head Read more.
Seven Additional Covid Deaths, 222 New Infections
For another day the Health Ministry reports seven Covid-19 deaths, taking the overall death toll from the virus to 775. Read more.
Griffith Suspends Cop For “Irresponsible” Social Media Post
Police Constable Brad Lee Lum has been suspended from his duties for a post he made on social media, allegedly Read more.
Guns, Ammunition, Explosives Found Outside Golden Grove Prison
A quantity of C4 explosives, guns and ammunition, were discovered in the vicinity of the Golden Grove Prison, Arouca, by Read more.
No Polio Case In T&T, SWRHA Clarifies
The South West Regional Health Authority issued a statement on Wednesday, dismissing a rumor that Trinidad and Tobago reported a Read more.
Kamla: “PM Lied, I Never Had Covid”
Opposition Leader Kamla Persad-Bissessar has responded to Prime Minister Dr. Keith Rowley’s claim that she contracted Covid-19, calling it a Read more.
Seven Covid Deaths, 225 New Cases
Seven more Covid-19 deaths have been reported by the Health Ministry today, in addition to 225 new infections. Active cases Read more.
PM Tells House: “Ask Kamla When She Got Covid”
“Go and ask the Opposition Leader when she got Covid” That was the statement made by Prime Minister Dr. Keith Read more.
PM: “No Need For Urgent Investigation Into Covid-19 Grant Management”
Prime Minister Dr. Keith Rowley says that there is no need at this time, for an urgent investigation by the Read more.
How Public Outrage Forced Michael B Jordan To Rebrand His J’ouvert Rum Idea
The voice of the people is the voice of God, it is said- and Michael B Jordan is listening and Read more.
Nicki Minaj Stands With T&T, Tells Michael B Jordan: “Change J’ouvert Rum Name”
Rapper Nicki Minaj has never shied away from speaking out on matters involving Trinidad and Tobago- and she doesn’t plan Read more.
Preparations On Track For July 1st SEA Exam, Education Ministry Assures
All school facilities will be ready in time for the July 1st SEA examination. Education Minister Dr. Nyan Gadsby-Dolly says Read more.
Fourteen Covid Deaths, Active Case Load Falls Below 8,000 Mark
Fourteen Covid-19 deaths reported by the Ministry of Health in its update for today puts the total number of deaths Read more.
Imbert: Estimated $110Million Payout In Severance Packages For CAL Employees
The compensation package for the roughly 450 Caribbean Airlines employees who will be terminated in a restructuring exercise, is estimated Read more.
US Government Announces Allocation Plan For 55 Million Covid-19 Vaccines To Be Shared Globally
Making good on its promise to donate a total of 80 million Covid-19 vaccines worldwide before the end of June, Read more.
Ten Covid-19 Patients Die, Health Ministry Records 148 New Cases
Ten Covid-19 deaths and 148 new infections are reported by the Ministry of Health in its update this afternoon. The Read more.
Health Officials Investigating Second Case Of Vaccine Complication
Health officials are investigating a second possible case of vaccine induced thrombocytopenia, a condition which affects four in one million Read more.
Deyalsingh: “Government Still In Talks With US About Vaccine Donation”
Government is still engaged in talks with officials at the White House about the possibility of Trinidad and Tobago acquiring Read more.
CAL To Retrench 450 Employees
Caribbean Airlines will retrench some 450 of its employees or 25% of its workforce, in what the company says is Read more.
UPDATED: Supermarkets To Operate From 5am-10am This Weekend
Only pharmacies, religious organizations- for the purposes of weddings and funerals- funeral homes and essential workers are allowed to operate Read more.
Fourteen Covid-19 Deaths, 227 New Cases
After four consecutive days of reporting single digit Covid-19 deaths, the Ministry of Health reported 14 fatalities on Friday, pushing Read more.
Diplomatic Tension As T&T Government Slams “Misleading” Statement About Rowley By Guyanese Health Advisor
An article published in the Guyanese media which claimed Prime Minister Dr. Keith Rowley criticized the country’s vaccine program in Read more.
Ten Arrested For Breaching Covid-19 Regulations
Police arrested 10 people in two policing Divisions within the last 24 hours for breach of Public Health Regulations. In Read more.
PM Talks With South African President About Acquiring Covid-19 Vaccines For T&T And CARICOM
South African President Cyril Ramaphosa has made a commitment that he will work with other African leaders to ensure that Read more.
Health Ministry: “No, Trevor Sayers Is Not The New Chief Medical Officer”
For the second day in a row, the Ministry of Health has had to issue an official statement, counteracting doctored Read more.
Public Sex Offender Registry Will Have Names, AG Clarifies
Attorney General Faris Al Rawi is setting the record straight as it relates to a public Sex Offender Registry which Read more.
COVID-19 UPDATE: Four Patient Deaths, 350 New Infections, 412 Recoveries
With 412 recoveries and 350 new infections reported over the last 24 hours, the number of active Covid-19 cases  dropped Read more.
WASA Disconnects Water Supply For Non-Paying Customers
The Water and Sewerage Authority revealed on Thursday that it has begun disconnecting water supply for customers with outstanding arrears, Read more.
How Will T&T’s Order Of 800K Johnson & Johnson Vaccines Be Impacted By Baltimore Plant Contamination?
It’s difficult at this time, to say how the disposal of 60 million  Johnson and Johnson vaccines from a Baltimore Read more.
COVID-19 UPDATE: Nine More Patient Deaths, 297 New Cases
With 375 recoveries and 297 new infections reported over the last 24 hours, the number of active Covid-19 cases  dropped Read more.
Government Announces Daytime Curfew For Labour Day Weekend
Starting from 10am on the Labour Day holiday which carded for this Saturday (June 19th), citizens will be required to Read more.
Nine Covid-19 Deaths, 327 New Cases
With 526 recoveries and 327 new infections reported over the last 24 hours, the number of active Covid-19 cases has Read more.
Imbert Seeks To Demystify Conditions For $204M Chinese Loan
Finance Minister Colm Imbert is once more emphasizing that there are no structural adjustment conditions attached to a US$204million loan Read more.
Body Of Missing Fisherman Washes Ashore
The search for missing fisherman Andrew Volman ended tragically on Tuesday morning as his body washed ashore, nearly two days Read more.
Deyalsingh: Nothing Shady About Pfizer Vaccine Donation From US Government
Health Minister Terrence Deyalsingh maintains there was nothing amiss with the donation  80 vials, or 400 doses of Pfizer Covid-19 Read more.
Here’s How Grenada Is Planning To Use Its Vaccination Program To Revive Carnival
Grenadians may not be able to enjoy their traditional Jab Jab mas and other official Carnival activities this year, but Read more.
New Covid-19 Relief Measures To Be Announced Today
New Covid-19 relief measures will be outlined today when Finance Minister Colm Imbert hosts a press briefing at 11:15am. Over Read more.
“Fake Outrage”: Kamla Doubles Down On Criticism Of Healthcare Team Leading Covid-19 Response
Opposition Leader Kamla Persad-Bissessar is standing firmly on her criticism of this country’s leading healthcare professionals and their response to Read more.
Fisherman Lost At Sea After Vessel Stolen By Bandits
Coast Guard officials have launched a search for a La Brea fisherman who is presumed to be lost at sea, Read more.
Seven Covid-19 Deaths, 259 New Infections Today
The Covid-19 death toll continues to increase, with seven fatalities reported on Monday putting the overall number of deaths from Read more.
Felicity Man Jailed For Resisting Arrest, Threatening Police Officer
A Felicity man, who threatened a police officer, was jailed for 12 months’ hard labour when he appeared virtually before Read more.
Out-Patient Clinics Restarted At Scarborough General
All out-patient clinics will resume at the Scarborough General Hospital in Tobago from today, Monday, on an appointment system only. Read more.
CAL To Resume Flights Between Miami And Guyana This Week
Caribbean Airlines will restart commercial flights between Miami and Guyana from this Wednesday. “The weekly flight, which is conveniently timed Read more.
Yahoo Reports On “Online Mockery” As US Donates 80 Vials Of Covid-19 Vaccines To T&T
A report published by Yahoo.com noted that Trinidad and Tobago’s US Embassy became the target of online mockery, after announcing Read more.
First Batch Of Vaccines To Arrive From Govt’s Order Of Half A Million Sinopharm Doses
A shipment of 200,000 Sinopharm vaccines is scheduled to arrive in the country on Monday. It marks the first batch Read more.
Fourteen Additional Covid Deaths, 301 Cases
The Covid-19 death toll continues to increase, with 14 fatalities reported on Sunday putting the overall number of deaths from Read more.
Police Officer Dies From Covid-19
WPC Nakila Thomas died at the Couva Hopsital on Saturday night, after a brief battle with Covid-19. The WPC, age Read more.
PM: Opposition Leader Inciting Insurrection For Political Gain
“Political desperation.” That was how Prime Minister Dr. Keith Rowley described a statement issued by Opposition Leader Kamla Persad-Bissessar, warning Read more.
Prison Officer Arrested, Charged For DUI
Prison officer Curdy Francis, 40, has been charged with driving under the influence, after a breathalyzer test showed he was 66 Read more.
With A Decline In New Covid-19 Infections, How Long Will T&T’s Lockdown Last?
While Covid-19 infections seem to be on the decline- talk about easing restrictions is still off the table- at least Read more.
COVID-19 UPDATE: 422 Recoveries, 316 New Cases, 12 Deaths
In keeping with Epidemiologist Dr. Avery Hinds’ projection on Saturday that there is a “slow but steady” decline in Covid-19 Read more.
Government Scraps Current Vaccine System For Elderly, New Program Coming Next Week
  Government has announced a decision to do away with the alphabetical system for vaccinating the elderly, admitting it “was Read more.
PM Apologizes To Citizens: “Vaccine Walk-Ins Was A Bad Idea”
“It was a bad idea, it could only have failed.” That was the sentiment shared by Prime Minister Dr. Keith Read more.
T&T To Receive 200,000 Sinopharm Vaccines Next Week
“Two hundred thousand from Sinopharm are due very early next week.” The announcement was made by Foreign and CARICOM Affairs Read more.
Fourteen Covid Deaths, 300 New Cases, 443 Recoveries
The Covid-19 death toll continues to increase, with 14 fatalities reported on Friday putting the overall number of deaths from Read more.
Jail For Suspects Who Broke Into Officer’s Home While He Was Hospitalized For Covid-19
Three young men will each spend the next 36 months in prison, after being found guilty for breaking into the Read more.
Tobago Records Single Covid Death, Ten New Cases
An 84 year old man with co-morbidities is Tobago’s 18th Covid-19 death. The island also recorded 10 new cases on Read more.
No Plans To Approach IMF, Says Imbert
Approaching the International Monetary Fund (IMF) for emergency funding could result in stringent policy measures including widespread layoffs and cuts Read more.
Five Offshore Workers Test Covid-19 Positive
Five employees at the Heritage Petroleum Company’s offshore operations have tested positive for COVID-19. The company has already identified 20 Read more.
Police Inspector Dies From Covid-19
The TTPS has lost another of its officers to Covid-19. Inspector Anil Mannick died while being treated at the Couva Read more.
COVID-19 UPDATE: 273 New Cases, 14 Deaths
The Health Ministry is reporting 273 new Covid-19 cases today, however the number of active cases of the virus has Read more.
America To Donate Half A Billion Covid-19 Vaccines To Countries In Need
US President Joe Biden on Thursday announced that the United States will donate 500 million Pfizer Covid-19 vaccines globally.  The Read more.
RHAs Commit To No More Than 50 Vaccination Walk-ins Per Health Centre
On day two of government’s walk-in vaccination policy, several people were turned away after being informed that only 50 doses Read more.
Arima Man To Appear In Court Charged With Murdering Wife
An Arima man is expected to appear before a Magistrate virtually today, charged with the murder of his wife, Amanda Read more.
Tobago Records Five Covid-19 Infections, Thirteen Recoveries
Tobago now has 184 active Covid-19 cases, after reporting five new cases and 13 discharges over the last 24 hours. Read more.
TT$107 Million For Covid-19 Vaccines
To date, the government has spent USD $10.3 million for the procurement of Covid-19 vaccines. Finance Minister Colm Imbert told Read more.
WASA To Seek Outstanding Rates As Nearly Half Of Customers Behind On Payments
The Water and Sewerage Authority says it will move to collect outstanding rates, as it laments that a staggering 45% Read more.
Covid-19 Deaths Cross 600 Milestone, 454 New Cases
Seventeen more people have succumbed to Covid-19 over the last 24 hours, pushing T&T’s death toll from the virus over Read more.
More Sinopharm Vaccines In The Works For T&T
A purchase agreement for Sinopharm vaccines is in the works for Trinidad and Tobago. This is according to Health Minister Read more.
Vaccination Workplace Policy In The Works
A draft of a vaccination workplace policy is currently before the Industrial Workplace Advisory Committee, according to Labour Minister Stephen Read more.
Opposition Slams “Reckless” Walk-in Vaccination Policy, Calls For Police Investigation
The Opposition United National Congress has described this morning’s vaccination mishap as a reckless move by government which had the Read more.
Tobago Records Single Covid-19 Death, Another 33 New Cases
Tobago reported its 17th Covid-19 death today. The patient was a 59 year old man with comorbidities. Meanwhile another 33 Read more.
New Process For Vaccine Walk-Ins As Thousands Flock To Health Centres Today
A new process for walk-in vaccinations has been put in place by the Health Ministry, after thousands of people, many Read more.
$388 Million In Legal Fees For State
From 2015 to March of this year, the State spent $387,985,199.67 million in legal fees through the Ministry of the Read more.
Vaccination Walk-Ins From Tomorrow
Beginning tomorrow, those people who are included in this stage of government’s vaccination drive will be able to receive their Read more.
Vaccination For Construction, Tourism Sector Employees To Begin In Tobago This Weekend
Vaccinations for construction and tourism sector workers will begin in Tobago this Saturday. These employees are advised they will be Read more.
COVID UPDATE: Ten Deaths, 280 New Cases, 432 Recoveries
Ten Covid-19 deaths are reported by the Health Ministry today, in addition to 280 new cases. Active cases remain below Read more.
Fifteen People Found Off Tobago Coast Likely Died From Dehydration, Police Say
The deaths of 15 people who were found in a boat off the coast of Belle Garden in Tobago last Read more.
Tobago Records 33 New Covid-19 Cases
After reporting only three new Covid-19 cases on Monday, 33 more people were confirmed as having the virus in Tobago Read more.
Works Ministry Extends Moratorium For Vehcile Tint Regulations
Due to the closure of non-essential businesses, inclusive of tint shops and auto garages, the Ministry of Works and Transport Read more.
Bar Operations Shut Down By Police, Owner Arrested
Police shut down operations at Hill View Bar in San Fernando earlier today, after the owner was found conducting sales Read more.
COVID BREACH: Police Arrest Eight Found Liming At Beach
Eight persons were arrested during a Covid Enforcement Exercise at Invaders’ Bay, Mucurapo on Sunday. During the exercise, the officers Read more.
Twelve Covid-19 Deaths, 389 New Cases Today
In the first seven days of June, a total of 82 Covid-19 patients succumbed to the virus. As a comparison, Read more.
Beetham Gardens Man In Court For Murder Of Elderly Woman
Twenty-four year old Immanuel Marcelle of Beetham Gardens will appear in court today, charged with the murder of 81 year Read more.
Nineteen Covid Deaths, 529 New Cases
The Health Ministry reports 529 new Covid-19 cases in its update today, pushing the number of active cases over the Read more.
Man In Court For Murder Of Cultural Icon Torrence Mohammed
A Mon Repos man is due to appear virtually before the San Fernando Magistrates’ Court today, charged with the murder Read more.
TTPS: “No Evidence To Support Businessman’s Claims That Pfizer Vaccine Secretly Imported Into T&T”
Police have confirmed that an immediate investigation has been launched into claims made by businessman Clint Arjoon, that private companies Read more.
Trio In Court For Rape, Home Invasion
Three people, including a 17 year old minor, will appear in court today, charged with carrying out a series of Read more.
Supermarket Owners To Appear In Court For Operating On Public Holiday Without Permission
The owners of Happiness Supermarket in Barataria were arrested on the Corpus Christi holiday for operating their business without permission, Read more.
Kamla Tells Government: “Allow Non-Essential Workers To Earn Income From Next Week”
Opposition Leader Kamla Persad Bissessar is calling on government to allow the resumption of non-essential activity, saying workers in this Read more.
COVID RELIEF: Mexico Donates Ventilators To T&T
Two ventilators landed at the Piarco International Airport on Wednesday afternoon, as a donation to Trinidad and Tobago from the Read more.
Sixteen Additional Covid Deaths, 412 New Cases
The Health Ministry reports 412 new Covid-19 cases in its update today, pushing the number of active cases to 9,579. Read more.
No Bail For Father Charged With Sexually Assaulting Daughters
A 40-year-old security officer was denied bail after appearing virtually before Magistrate Maureen Gafoor at the Port-of Spain Magistrates’ Court, Read more.
Princes Town Woman Reported Missing
The Trinidad and Tobago Police Service is seeking the urgent assistance of the public in locating 37-year-old Keren Boodoo. Keren, Read more.
Recovered Covid-19 Patients Can Get Vaccine Three Months Post Infection, CMO Announces
In a new policy move announced on Wednesday, Chief Medical Officer Dr. Roshan Parasram says persons who have recovered from Read more.
T&T Engages Argentina For Covid-19 Vaccines
Government continues its bid to secure more Covid-19 vaccines for Trinidad and Tobago and by extension CARICOM, this time engaging Read more.
Covid-19 Deaths Cross 500 Milestone As 12 More Patients Succumb To Virus
Exactly one week after the Covid-19 death toll crossed the 400 milestone, the Health Ministry reports that 12 additional fatalities Read more.
Police Arrest 52 People In 24 Hours For Breaching Curfew
In an update on Tuesday, the Trinidad and Tobago Police Service revealed that over the last 24 hours, a total Read more.
Point Fortin Man, 29, Ordered To Stay Away From Teen Girl
A 29-year-old man was ordered to have no contact with a 16 year-old girl after appearing before a Point Fortin Read more.
Republic Bank Offers Loan Deferrals To Customers
Republic Bank has announced the option of a three month loan deferral to its customers, available on a case by Read more.
Covid-19 Update: 381 New Cases, 12 Deaths
The Health Ministry reports 381 new Covid-19 cases in its update today, pushing the number of active cases to 9,250. Read more.
Citizens Put On Notice: Daytime Curfews Coming For Public Holidays
With two public holidays scheduled in the coming week, Prime Minister Dr. Keith Rowley has revealed that he has given Read more.
T&T To Receive 10,000 Covid-19 Vaccines From Grenada, PM Announces
A shipment of 10,000 Astra Zeneca vaccines are scheduled to land at the Piarco International Airport on Sunday, courtesy the Read more.
T&T Engages Mexico For Covid-19 Vaccines
A meeting held between Minister of Foreign and CARICOM Affairs, Dr. Amery Browne and Rosario Asela Molinero Molinero, Mexican Ambassador Read more.
Quarantined Soldier Held With Gun In Mt Lambert
A member of the Trinidad and Tobago Regiment was arrested for being in illegal possession of a firearm and ammunition, Read more.
All Court Buildings Closed To Public Until June 30th
All court buildings across the country will be closed to the public until June 30th. As a result, the Judiciary Read more.
Health Ministry Records 18 Additional Covid Deaths, Active Cases Cross 9,000 Mark
The Health Ministry reports 633 new Covid-19 cases in its update today, pushing the number of active cases over the Read more.
TEMA CONFIRMS: 15 Bodies Found In Vessel Off Tobago Coast
The Tobago Emergency Management Agency, TEMA, has confirmed that not six, not 13, but 15 bodies were found on a Read more.
PNM Mourns Passing Of Party’s Welfare Officer
Prime Minister Dr. Keith Rowley and other government ministers have expressed sadness over the passing of Jocelyn Pamela Bodden, who Read more.
Tobago Records Tenth Covid-19 Death
Tobago now has a total of 10 Covid-19 deaths, after a 49 year old man, with co-morbidities, succumbed to the Read more.
Kamla: “Harsher Lockdown Measures Not The Answer To Covid-19 Crisis”
Opposition Leader Kamla Persad Bissessar has rejected call from sections of the business community, for government to impose tighter lockdown Read more.
Fifteen More Covid-19 Deaths, 526 Cases
T&T’s Covid-19 death toll has risen to 440, as the Health Ministry reports an additional 15 deaths in its update Read more.
Man, 38, Dies From Covid-19 In Tobago
A 38 year old male with co-morbidities is Tobago’s ninth Covid-19 death. This is the third consecutive day Tobago has Read more.
Seven Venezuelan Migrants Detained In Moruga Following Illegal Entry Into T&T
Seven Venezuelan migrants, found to be in this country illegally, were detained by police in Moruga on Wednesday night. Police Read more.
Hospital Occupancy Down To 66% As 93 Beds Added To Parallel System, PMO Says
The addition of 93 hospital beds within the parallel healthcare system has brought the occupancy rate down to 66% from Read more.
Two Men Fined For Drinking Alcohol In Public
Two people have been fined for consuming alcohol in public, in breach of the rules under the current State of Read more.
Opposition Leader To File Motion Of Privileges Against PM For “Misleading” The House
Opposition Leader Kamla Persad Bissessar says her party intends to move a motion of contempt against Prime Minister Dr. Keith Read more.
Empire’s Bryshere Gray Sentenced to 10 Days in Jail Following Domestic Violence Charges
27-year-old Empire actor, Bryshere Gray, has been sentenced to spend 10 days in an Arizona county jail after pleading guilty Read more.
CXC Postpones CSEC, CAPE Exams By Two Weeks
The Caribbean Examination Council, CXC has announced a decision to delay the start of this year’s CSEC and CAPE examinations, Read more.
COVID-19 UPDATE: 17 Deaths, 582 Cases
Trinidad and Tobago’s Covid-19 death toll climbed to 425 on Wednesday, as 17 additional fatalities are reported by the Health Read more.
Tobago Records Second Covid-19 Death In Two Days, Nine New Cases
Tobago records a single Covid-19 death for a second consecutive day, taking the death toll on the island to eight. Read more.
PM Faces Backlash For Attributing Covid Spike To Candlelight Vigils
Opposition Leader Kamla Persad Bissessar has voiced upset over Prime Minister Dr. Keith Rowley’s statement that candlelight vigils held earlier Read more.
CXC To Unveil Strategy For CSEC, CAPE Exams Tomorrow
Students, parents and education stakeholders should have a clear idea of the path forward regarding this year’s CSEC and CAPE Read more.
TRHA To Begin Administering Second Covid Doses In June
The Tobago Regional Health Authority will begin administering second doses of the Astra Zeneca vaccine on June 7th, and advises Read more.
Eighteen Additional Covid-19 Fatalities Pushes Death Toll Over 400 Mark
The Covid-19 death toll has reached another grim milestone, as 18 more fatalities reported over the last 24 hours have Read more.
Angostura Ltd. Denounces Union’s Claim That Company Withheld Covid-19 Status Of Employees
Angostura Limited is denying claims made by President of the National Trade Union, Michael Annisette, that the company failed to Read more.
Covid-19 Death, 42 New Cases Recorded In Tobago
Forty-two people have tested positive for Covid-19 in Tobago, while one patient, a 75 year old woman with co-morbidities, has Read more.
9,000 Vaccines Arrive In T&T From Bermuda
Minister of Foreign and CARICOM Affairs, Dr. Amery Browne, received 9,000 AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccines from Bermuda today. These vaccines were Read more.
PM Moves To Extend SoE: “We All Relaxed A Bit”
As he moved a Motion to extend the State of Emergency by three months in the Parliament this afternoon, Prime Read more.
Fifteen Covid Deaths, 250 New Cases
Fifteen Covid-19 deaths reported over the last 24 hours have pushed the death toll from the virus to 390. Meanwhile, Read more.
Municipal Police Service Gets 800 Vaccines For Officers
The Ministry of Rural Development and Local Government has received 800 doses of the AstraZeneca vaccine for officers of the Read more.
Drake, The Weeknd Dominate Billboard Awards
Drake brought a very special guest with him on stage at the Billboard Music Awards on Sunday as he accepted Read more.
Tobago Records 23 Recoveries, Three New Covid Cases
Tobago now has 96 active Covid-19 cases, as the island reported three new cases and 23 recoveries over the last Read more.
T&T To Write To EU, Seeking Covid-19 Vaccine Donation
Trinidad and Tobago will soon send communication to the EU seeking access to a portion of its Covid-19 vaccines, after Read more.
Vaccines To Arrive From Bermuda Today
A shipment of Astra Zeneca vaccines which was donated to Trinidad and Tobago from the government of Bermuda will land Read more.
Ten Additional Covid-19 Deaths, 573 Cases
Ten Covid-19 deaths recorded by the Health Ministry in its update today puts the total number of fatalities at 375. Read more.
Active Cases In Tobago Reach 116 As 18 New Cases Recorded
Eighteen new COVID-19 cases have been recorded in Tobago in the last 24 hours. This brings the total number of Read more.
Public Health Regulations Extended Until July 4th, PM Confirms
Public Health Regulations which restricted the opening of restaurants, bars, beaches and all non-essential activity, will now expire on July Read more.
509 New Covid Cases, 17 Deaths
Seventeen Covid-19 deaths recorded by the Health Ministry in its update today puts the total number of fatalities at 365. Read more.
COVID-19 RELIEF: FCB Offers Loan Deferrals To Customers
Official Communication from First Citizens’ Bank: Read more.
Government Working To Improve Vaccination Booking System
Apologizing to citizens who have failed to secure a booking for Covid-19 vaccination via the WhatsApp and telephone systems, Prime Read more.
PM Pleads With Citizens: “Wear Your Masks…Properly”
Prime Minister Dr. Keith Rowley has expressed concern over a sizable sect of the population failing to wear masks properly, Read more.
Gap Narrowing Between Hospital Admissions And Discharges, PMO Says
Over the last four to five days, health officials have noticed a positive trend with the gap closing between the Read more.
Tobago Records 11 Recoveries, 10 New Covid-19 Cases
Tobago now has 98 Covid-19 cases, after reporting 10 new cases and 11 recoveries over the last 24 hours. See Read more.
Heritage & Stabilisation Fund At US$5.7 Billion, Imbert Says
Finance Minister Colm Imbert has condemned what he dismissed as false claims that government had “drained” the Heritage and Stabilization Read more.
WASA Restarts Operations At Caroni Treatment Plant
The Water and Sewerage Authority has advised customers in areas of North, Central and South West Trinidad served by the Read more.
T&T Records New Daily High With 708 Covid Cases, Seven Deaths
Trinidad and Tobago recorded a new high with 708 new Covid-19 cases on Friday. This surpassed a previous record daily Read more.
Friends: The Reunion Special On HBO Max May 27th
For the first time since the series wrapped 17 years ago, Jennifer Aniston, David Schwimmer, Matt LeBlanc, Matthew Perry, Courteney Read more.
Point Fortin Hospital To Be Transformed Into Covid-19 Facility
The Point Fortin Hospital will be transformed into a COVID-19 management facility, providing emergency care to COVID-19 patients only. The Read more.
COVID REALITY: NCRHA Begins Rotation Of Doctors To Prevent Burnout
With the number of patients in the parallel healthcare system increasing daily, surpassing the number of Covid-19 recoveries, the North Read more.
558 New Covid-19 Cases, Ten Additional Deaths
Ten Covid-19 deaths recorded by the Health Ministry in its update today puts the total number of fatalities at 341. Read more.
T&T Receives Vaccine Donation From St. Vincent and the Grenadines
A shipment of 16,000 Astra Zeneca vaccines landed in Trinidad and Tobago today, courtesy the government of St. Vincent and Read more.
SEA Date Pushed Back To July 1st
This year’s Secondary Entrance Assessment examination, which was scheduled to take place on June 10th, will now go ahead on Read more.
100,000 Sinopharm Vaccines Arrive In T&T
China’s gift of 100,000 Sinopharm Covid-19 vaccines landed in the country in the early hours of Wednesday morning, paving the Read more.
Griffith Clarifies: Healthcare Workers, Other Emergency Essential Services Not Required To Get Curfew Pass
Commissioner of Police, Gary Griffith has clarified that medical personnel employed in the various Regional Health Authorities, Customs and Excise Read more.
Pepper Spray Bill Passed In Senate
With 22 votes in favor, zero against and two abstentions, a Bill allowing the use of Pepper Spray was passed Read more.
T&T Remains In Dialogue With US Regarding Vaccine Donation
Foreign and CARICOM Affairs Minister Dr. Amery Browne told the Senate on Tuesday morning that senior officials in his Ministry, Read more.
T&T Records Deadliest Day With 23 Covid-19 Deaths
The Covid-19 death toll crossed the 300 mark on Tuesday, as the Ministry of Health reported 23 patients have succumbed Read more.
Minister Hinds Reveals He Lost Close Friend To Covid-19
National Security Minister Fitzgerald Hinds is mourning the sudden loss of a close friend who he described as a “brother”, Read more.
Nine More Covid-19 Deaths, 294 New Cases
Nine Covid-19 deaths recorded by the Health Ministry in its update today puts the total number of fatalities at 294. Read more.
Nine Covid-19 Deaths, 356 New Cases Recorded Today
Nine Covid-19 deaths recorded by the Health Ministry in its update today puts the total number of fatalities at 285. Read more.
100,000 Sinopharm Vaccines En Route To T&T From China
The donation of 100,000 doses of Chinese Sinopharm Covid-19 vaccines have been transported from the plant to the cargo Airport Read more.
Religious Bodies Reminded Of Covid Restrictions As Churchgoers Gather On Promenade
Police quickly dispersed a religious group who gathered on  Sunday morning to pray along Harris Promenade, San Fernando. At 7 Read more.
Tobago Records Covid-19 Death, 13 New Cases
Tobago has reported its second Covid-19 death for the year, bringing the death toll on the island to four.  The Read more.
Griffith Lays Out Process To Acquire Curfew Pass
Official statement from the TTPS: Commissioner of Police, Gary Griffith, would like to advise members of the business community that Read more.
Education Ministry Suspends All Face To Face Classes
Face to face classes have been suspended immediately, as announced by the Ministry of Education on Saturday.  Students sitting upcoming Read more.
Third Police Officer Succumbs To Covid-19
Commissioner of Police, Gary Griffith, and the Executive of the TTPS have offered condolences to the relatives, friends, and colleagues Read more.
COVID-19 UPDATE: 520 New Cases, 11 Deaths
Eleven Covid-19 deaths recorded by the Health Ministry in its update today puts the total number of fatalities at 276. Read more.
Trinidadian Held For Smuggling In 14 Venezuelans
A 40-year-old man is currently in police custody assisting investigators into the detention of 14 illegal Venezuelans who were found Read more.
“We Are Basically Out Of Hospital Beds” Principal Medical Officer Laments
For the last three to four days, Trinidad and Tobago’s parallel health care system has reached a point of being Read more.
No Ribbon-Cutting For Field Hospitals, Minister Clarifies
Communications Minister Symon de Nobriga has set the record straight, stating there will be no ribbon cutting ceremony held to Read more.
Business Chamber Calls For Curfew Measures To Curb Mounting Covid-19 Spread
As existing Covid-19 Regulations are due to expire on May 23rd, the T&T Business Chamber is calling for an extension Read more.
Former UNC Minister Endorses Use Of Sinopharm Vaccine, Urges Public To Get On Board
Former UNC government minister Dr. Tim Gopeesingh has spoken out endorsing China’s Sinopharm vaccine, urging the population to take whichever Read more.
TTPS Contemplating Charges For Hiking Group After 60 Hikers Found On Trail
Police are looking at whether charges can be laid against the Fusion Adventure group for its role in having 60 Read more.
Nine Additional Covid-19 Deaths Today, Active Cases Cross the 5,000 Mark
After recording an alarming high of 21 Covid-19 deaths on Thursday, the Ministry of Health reports in its update for Read more.
Police Officer Dies From Covid-19
A second police officer has succumbed to the Covid-19 virus.  Acting Inspector Mukesh Sookram died on Wednesday, after being admitted Read more.
T&T Records Deadliest Day With 11 Covid Deaths, Record High Of 615 New Cases
Trinidad and Tobago has beat a previous record of nine Covid-19 deaths within a 24 hour period which was reported Read more.
COVID RESPONSE: US Government Donates Two Field Hospitals To T&T
The United States government has donated two field hospitals to Trinidad and Tobago, outfitting the country with a total of Read more.
Five New Covid Cases, Four Recoveries In Tobago
Tobago reported five new Covid-19 cases and four discharges in its update for today, which takes the number of active Read more.
Labs Conducting Tests To Determine Whether Spike In Covid Deaths Linked To P1 Variant
Health officials are still looking into whether the spike in Covid-19 deaths could be attributed to the presence of the Read more.
New Record High As Nine More Covid Patients Die, 348 New Cases
The Covid-19 death toll has climbed to 224, as the Health Ministry records a new high of nine fatalities in Read more.
$300K Bail For Man, 31, Charged With Sexually Assaulting Girl, 13
A 31-year-old Rousillac man was ordered to stay away from the Palo Seco community and a 13-year-old girl after appearing Read more.
Deyalsingh: “Herd Immunity Still A Primary Goal In Fight Against Pandemic”
Achieving herd immunity remains the goal of government, which would require between 600-700 thousand people getting vaccinated for Covid-19. Health Read more.
Tobago Records 17 New Covid Cases
Covid-19 cases in Tobago have seen a spike, as 17 more people tested positive for the virus within the last Read more.
Kamla Tells Government: “Let’s Put Aside Petty Politics And Unite On Covid Response”
Opposition Leader Kamla Persad Bissessar has once more extended an offer to government to collaborate on a Covid-19 response plan, Read more.
Carifta Games 2021 Cancelled Due To Covid-19 Pandemic
The Carifta Games which was scheduled to take place in Bermuda in August has been canceled for a second straight Read more.
All Licensing Divisions Closed Until May 23rd
Official Statement from the MOWT: The Ministry of Works and Transport wishes to advise the general public that ALL Licencing Read more.
Two Venezuelan Teens Reported Missing
Woodbrook Police are asking members of the public to be on the lookout for two Venezuelan teenagers who were reported Read more.
Four Covid Deaths, 99 New Cases Today
Four Covid-19 deaths and 99 new cases have been recorded by the Health Ministry in its update today. The number Read more.
COVID RELIEF: Government To Pay $1,000 Grant To Those Impacted By Pandemic Job Loss
Those who lost their jobs as a result of existing Covid-19 Public Health Regulations will be eligible to receive a Read more.
Man Shot And Killed By Police In Laventille
A man identified as Anthony Daniel was killed by police at St. Barbs Road, Laventille, last night. Port of Spain Read more.
Tobago Records First Covid-19 Death In 8 Months
A 62 year old woman from Tobago became the island’s first Covid-19 death in eight months. A statement from the Read more.
Eight Covid Deaths, 233 New Cases
Trinidad and Tobago reported its highest death toll on Sunday, as eight Covid-19 patients succumbed to the virus. This after Read more.
TTPS Warns Public Of Scam As Hackers Pose As Member Of Cyber Crime Unit
The Trinidad and Tobago Police Service is once again advising members of the public that there is no Sergeant Hamilton Read more.
Man Charged As Cops Discover Burnt Human Remains
A Palo Seco man is expected to appear virtually before a Siparia Magistrate on Monday, charged with the murder of Read more.
POS Corporation Adjusts Covid Rules For City
The Port of Spain Corporation has announced new Covid-19 measures for the capital. See below: Read more.
T&T Sees Record High With 402 New Cases, 7 Deaths
There are now 3,793 active Covid-19 cases on record, as the Ministry of Health reported its highest daily figure for  Read more.
PM Lovingly Remembers Frankie: “He Was The Best Of Trinidad & Tobago”
“Frankie was always prepared to lay down his life, politically, economically, socially, and spiritually for us, those sons and daughters Read more.
Police Arrest 20 People Found Liming Inside POS Recreation Club
Twenty persons were arrested and charged yesterday by officers of the Inter-Agency Task Force, Charford Court Base, for breach of Read more.
Government Thanks Citizens For Generosity In Providing Relief To St. Vincent And The Grenadines
National Security Minister Fitzgerald Hinds, as he closed the relief efforts for St. Vincent and the Grenadines, thanked citizens and Read more.
Deyalsingh Condemns Opposition’s “Baseless” Claims About Sinopharm Vaccine
Minister of Health Terrence Deyalsingh has condemned what he refers to as the Opposition UNC’s attempts to derail government’s vaccination Read more.
Daniel Loveless To Host “Hot Ones Caribbean”
Tempo Networks has announced that the host of Hot Ones Caribbean will be the “What Yuh Know?” host, Daniel Loveless. Read more.
Kamla: “Government Must Take Responsibility For Covid Spike”
Responding to new Public Health Regulations announced by government on Friday afternoon, Opposition Leader Kamla Persad-Bissessar chastised government for what Read more.
Five More Covid Deaths Today, 324 New Cases
There are now 3,480 active Covid-19 cases on record, as the Ministry of Health reported 324 new cases of the Read more.
Health Minister: “Please, Don’t Congregate For Mother’s Day”
“Mother’s Day 2021 is where you show love by staying away.” This was the statement shared by Health Minister Terrence Read more.
China’s Gift Of 100,000 Vaccines To Begin Journey To T&T Next Week
The ball has already begun rolling to have a shipment of 100,000 Sinopharm vaccines sent from China to Trinidad and Read more.
Government Reverses Ban On Discount Membership Stores
Less than 24 hours after announcing a ban for retail membership stores such as PriceSmart, government has taken a decision Read more.
PM Disappointed In Disregard For Covid Rules, Enforces Stricter Lockdown Measures
Speaking at a press briefing on Friday afternoon, Dr. Rowley expressed disappointment in the way the recently announced measures were Read more.
Franklin Khan To Be Laid To Rest Tomorrow
An official funeral will be held for the late Senator Franklin Khan, former Minister of Energy and Energy Industries, on Read more.
WHO Approves China’s Sinopharm Vaccine
In a significant move on Friday, the World Health Organization has given emergency approval for the Covid-19 vaccine produced by Read more.
In Person Activity At Hall Of Justice Temporarily Suspended
In person activities at the Hall of Justice have been halted as the Court investigates the Covid-19 status of staff. Read more.
Two New Covid Cases Recorded In Tobago
Tobago records two new cases and one recovery in its Covid-19 update for today, taking the number of active cases Read more.
Bail Denied For Man Charged With Assaulting Girls, 16, 17
A 29-year-old man was denied bail when he appeared before the Scarborough Magistrates’ Court yesterday charged with sexual penetration of Read more.
Second Tranche Of Covid Vaccines To Arrive By Mid-May
Trinidad and Tobago will receive another 33,600 doses of the AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine via the COVAX facility, during the week Read more.
COVID-19 UPDATE: 291 Additional Cases, Two Deaths
  The Covid-19 death toll has risen to 191 as the Ministry of Health reported two new fatalities in its Read more.
La Soufriere Volcano Downgraded To Orange Level
The La Soufriere Volcano alert in St. Vincent and the Grenadines has been reduced from red to orange level, signaling Read more.
Griffith Tells Citizens: “Ignore Unverified Covid Claims On Social Media”
Commissioner of Police, Gary Griffith, is advising the public to ignore social media posts which are inaccurate and which can Read more.
T&T Records New High With 399 Additional Covid Cases, Four Deaths
In addition to a new daily high of 399 Covid-19 cases today, the Ministry of Health has also reported four Read more.
74-COVID: TTPS Launches Pandemic Hotline To Answer Public’s Questions
The public can have their questions and concerns about the recent updates to the Public Health Regulations answered directly, as Read more.
Six Covid Patients Die, 235 New Cases
The Covid-19 death toll has risen to 185 as the Ministry of Health reported six new fatalities in its update Read more.
UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador David Beckham Leads Global Vaccination Drive
David Beckham is joining forces with Unicef to lead a global initiative to inspire confidence in vaccines and encourage parents Read more.
These Are The Businesses That Can Remain Open Under New Covid Restrictions
New Public Health restrictions to curb the mounting spread of Covid-19 cases have officially come into effect today, with health Read more.
Tobago Sees Record High In Active Covid-19 Cases
The number of active Covid-19 cases in Tobago reached another record high on Tuesday, with there now being 57 confirmed Read more.
Kamla On New Covid Measures: “Lockdown Locks Out The Vulnerable”
In what she described as “short-sighted leadership and ad-hoc decision-making”, Opposition Leader Kamla Persad-Bissessar has slammed the latest Covid-19 restrictions Read more.
Five Additional Covid Deaths, 158 New Cases Today
The Covid-19 death toll has risen to 179 as the Ministry of Health reported five new fatalities in its update Read more.
Government Imposes Tighter Restrictions As Healthcare System Faces Possibility Of Collapse
From midnight on Monday, a slew of new Covid-19 Public Health Restrictions will come into effect, as government races against Read more.
Three More Covid Patients Die, Health Ministry Records 241 New Cases
There are now 2,506 active Covid-19 cases on record, as the Ministry of Health reported 241 new cases of the Read more.
Hinds: “New Cape Class Vessels Coming To Strengthen Border Control”
The two Cape Class which the Trinidad and Tobago government purchased from Australia last year are due to be handed Read more.
CAL Resumes Flights To Barbados
Caribbean Airlines has announced that flights to and from Barbados will resume on May 4th. Flights to the island were Read more.
Two Additional Covid Deaths, 248 New Cases
There are now 2,355 active Covid-19 cases on record, as the Ministry of Health reported 248 new cases in its Read more.
PM Stands By Statement That Police Can Enforce Covid Rules On Private Property
Prime Minister Dr. Keith Rowley is once more appealing to the public to behave responsibly on their private properties- as Read more.
CoP Urges Street Food Vendors To Adhere To Covid Rules
Commissioner of Police, Gary Griffith has noted, with concern, the upsurge in street food vending and with it the convergence Read more.
Vaccination Rollout Continues On Monday
The Ministry of Health has announced that the national COVID-19 vaccination rollout will continue on Monday 3rd May. This after Read more.
Tobago Records Six New Cases
There are now 47 active cases in Tobago, as the Health and Wellness Division reported six new cases in its Read more.
Four More Covid Deaths, 326 New Cases
There are now 2,174 active Covid-19 cases on record, as the Ministry of Health for a second day reported more Read more.
No Bail For Man Charged With Raping 85 Year Old Woman
Denzil De La Rosa, 26, was denied bail when he appeared in court, charged with raping an 85 year old Read more.
Full Support For Lockdown Measures From Manufacturers’ Association
The Trinidad and Tobago Manufacturers’ Association  has welcomed the new lockdown measures announced by Prime Minister Dr. Keith Rowley on Read more.
Kamla Slams Government’s Lockdown Measures, Asks: “What Is The Plan For The Economy?”
The Opposition United National Congress has hit the new lockdown measures unveiled by government today, saying it’s being imposed without Read more.
Covid Death Toll Rises To 165, Ministry Records New Daily High Of 328 New Cases
In addition to a new daily high of 328 Covid-19 cases today, the Ministry of Health has also reported two Read more.
Government Adjusts Policy- Remaining Covid Vaccines No Longer Reserved For Second Doses
In a 180 degree policy change, the Health Ministry will now use the remaining Covid-19 vaccines to administer to more Read more.
Foreign Affairs Ministry Closed As Employee Tests Covid-19 Positive
The Foreign  and CARICOM Affairs Ministry has been shutdown for sanitization until next Monday, following confirmation that an employee at Read more.
New Restrictions As T&T Records New Daily High Of 328 Covid Cases
New Public Health restrictions have been imposed amid a consistent spike in Covid-19 cases. Beginning midnight, restaurants, bars, malls, places Read more.
Mom, Sons Arrested For Gun Possession
A woman and her two sons were arrested for being in possession of a firearm and ammunition. They were held Read more.
More Police Patrols At Supermarkets Amid Surge In Covid-19 Cases
There will be patrols by police officers in supermarkets across the country to ensure that customers are adhering to the Read more.
Health Ministry Reserves Remaining Covid-19 Vaccines For Second Doses
The remaining Covid-19 vaccines in stock will be reserved as second doses for the 42,082 people who have already been Read more.
T&T Records 223 New Covid Cases, Two Additional Deaths
Trinidad and Tobago has crossed the 10,000 mark for Covid-19 cases, with the Ministry of Health reporting a record high Read more.
Man, Woman Arrested On Human Trafficking Charges
Venezuelan nationals Geraldine Abreu,19, and Clement Aleong, 30, have been charged with Trafficking in Persons and False Imprisonment. Aleong was Read more.
Alexander Named As New SORT Head
Superintendent Roger Alexander is the new Head of the Special Operations Response Team, SORT. His promotion comes after former head Read more.
Antigua & Barbuda Offers Support To India Amid Drastic Surge In Covid-19 Cases
Antingua and Barbuda PM Gaston Browne (LEFT) and Indian Prime Minister, Narendra Modi (RIGHT) Antigua and Barbuda’s Prime Minister Gaston Read more.
Kaizan C3 Location Temporarily Closed After Employee Exposed To Covid Patient
Kaizan Sushi has alerted its customers that its C3 location has been closed for deep sanitization, after being informed that Read more.
Dominican Republic National Held On $2.8M Marijuana Trafficking Charge
Sonnil Gabriel Derafil,  a 29-year-old national of the Dominican Republic, was charged for possession of marijuana for the purpose of Read more.
Two Additional Covid Deaths, 151 News Cases Recorded Today
The Covid-19 death toll has risen to 161 as the Ministry of Health reported to new fatalities in its update Read more.
Sheraz Ali Appointed To Senate, Replaces Former Government Senator Franklin Khan
Sheraz Ali has been sworn in as a Senator on the government bench, replacing the late Franklin Khan, whose seat Read more.
PM’s Quarantine Ends After Receiving Second Covid-Negative Result
Prime Minister Dr. Keith Rowley can now leave isolation at the official Blenheim residence in Tobago, after a second Covid-19 Read more.
17 Prison Officers, Eight Inmates Covid-19 Positive
There are currently 25 active Covid-19 cases within the prison system. This includes 17 prison officers and 8 inmates. Speaking Read more.
Faris Given Quarantine Order
Attorney General Faris Al Rawi is in quarantine after being informed that he was exposed to a Covid-19 positive patient. Read more.
Police Make Major Gun Bust At Couva Warehouse
A large number of high powered guns and ammunition have been seized at a warehouse in Mc Bean, Couva. Police Read more.
Jamaica Gets Second Vaccine Shipment Through COVAX
Jamaica has received an additional shipment of 55,000 doses of the AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccines. The shipment arrived at the Norman Read more.
PM Has Already Made Formal Request For Covid-19 Vaccines From US
Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley has already written to President Joe Biden, asking the US to share its surplus of Read more.
Opposition Tells Government: “Get On U.S. Vaccine Train Early”
The Opposition United National Congress is pleading with government to move quickly in making a request for vaccines, following news Read more.
120 New Covid Cases Today
The number of active Covid-19 cases now stands at 1,409 out of the total 9,796 on record. This as the Read more.
Brazilian Variant Detected In Five New Cases
The Covid-19 Brazilian variant has been identified in five additional samples. The Ministry of Health says three of the cases Read more.
US To Share 60 Million Doses Of AstraZeneca Vaccines
The United States will begin sharing AstraZeneca vaccines once it clears federal safety reviews, with the White House saying as Read more.
PM Tests Negative For Covid-19
Prime Minister Dr. Keith Rowley has received his first negative Covid-19 test result since contracting the virus. This was confirmed Read more.
Covid Death, 84 New Cases Reported Today
There are now 1,343 active cases on record as the Ministry of Health has reported 84 new Covid-19 cases in Read more.
TOBAGO: Three Covid Patients Discharged, Single New Case Recorded
See the full Covid-19 update for today from the Health and Wellness Division of the THA:  Read more.
Kiss Recalls Bread
The Kiss Baking Company has issued a statement hours after video footage of large amounts of bread being discarded at Read more.
Firearm And Ammunition Seized In Valsayn, Four Arrested
Four men were arrested and a firearm and ammunition seized by officers of the St Joseph Police Station on Saturday. Read more.
Additional Covid Death, 105 New Cases
The Ministry of Health has reported 105 new Covid-19 cases in its update on Saturday. This takes the number of Read more.
OPM Responds To US Travel Advisory, Takes Issue With “Terrorism” Warning
While it says it recognizes and respects the sovereignty of the United States to issue travel advisories to their citizens- Read more.
Traffic Lights At Morvant Junction Repaired
Official Statement from the MOWT: The Ministry of Works and Transport is pleased to advise that the traffic signals at Read more.
Two Venezuelan Women Rescued, Four Suspects Arrested
Police have detained four people, two of them Venezuelans, during a rescue exercise carried out at a house in Cunupia Read more.
Arts Sector Slighted Over Heavy-Handed Ban On Entertainment Events
In what it describes as an example of “different strokes for different folks”, a Collective of Arts Associations representing entertainers Read more.
MOWT: Investigation Shows Some Traffic Light Malfunctions Due To Theft, Sabotage
While it admits that several traffic lights across the country were non-functional for a period due to outstanding payments owed Read more.
UNC Stands By Position On Travel Advisory After Condemnation From US Embassy
“The UNC strongly disagrees with any attempt to tell the Official Opposition of Trinidad and Tobago how to process, investigate Read more.
US Embassy Distances Itself From UNC Attempts To “Politicise” Travel Advisory
On the heels of the Opposition’s attempt to blame a recent travel advisory issued by the United States Embassy on Read more.
Second Consecutive Day Of More Than 100 New Covid Cases
The Ministry of Health has reported 104 new Covid-19 cases in its update on Friday. This takes the number of Read more.
Three New Cases Of Covid-19 Brazilian Variant Detected
There are now four cases of the Brazilian variant of the Covid-19, with three new samples detected at the University Read more.
Caitlyn Jenner Announces Run for California Governor
Caitlyn Jenner, the former Olympian, reality TV star and transgender activist, said Friday she is running to be governor of Read more.
Flights To Barbados Still Suspended, Says CAL
Caribbean Airlines says flights to and from Barbados remain suspended until the end of the month, as a safety measure Read more.
Carmona Tests Positive For Covid-19
Former President Anthony Carmona is in home isolation after testing positive for Covid-19. His daughter, Anura, also contracted the virus. Read more.
Covid-19 Outbreak On Offshore Platform Among 167 New Cases Today
A cluster of Covid-19 cases has been recorded at an offshore platform, with 23 workers testing positive for the virus. Read more.
TTPS To Use Heavy Hand In Enforcing Covid Regulations, Says Griffith
Over the next three weeks, the Trinidad and Tobago Police Service will adopt a no nonsense approach in enforcing the Read more.
Investigation Launched As Man Electrocuted After Contact With T&TEC Pole
Official Statement from T&TEC: The Trinidad and Tobago Electricity Commission (T&TEC) has launched an investigation into the death of a Read more.
COVID-19 UPDATE: 81 New Cases Today, 40 Recoveries
The number of active Covid-19 cases has crossed the 1,000 mark at 1,023 out of the total 9,216 on record. Read more.
PM: “Don’t Blame Tobago For Spike In Covid Cases”
Prime Minister Dr. Keith Rowley on Wednesday afternoon rejected what he described as a misrepresentation of the facts as it Read more.
Government Announces New Public Health Regulations Amid Spike In Covid Cases
In response to a consistent rise in Covid-19 cases, government has announced four new restrictions, which will come into effect Read more.
Man Killed In Early Morning Shootout With Police
A man who was said to be on law enforcement’s Most Wanted list, was killed during an exchange of gunfire Read more.
Court Rules Covid-19 Regulations Not Unconstitutional
The Court of Appeal has upheld a ruling which found that government’s Covid-19 Public Health Regulations are constitutional. The unanimous Read more.
$10,000 Bail For Woman Charged With Stealing Cop’s Phone
A 43-year-old Belmont woman was granted $10,000 bail with a surety by a Port-of-Spain Magistrate after being charged with larceny Read more.
JUSTICE: Ex-Police Officer Derek Chauvin Convicted On All Charges In George Floyd’s Murder
Nearly a year since the murder of George Floyd sparked a fresh wave of protests against police brutality, a US Read more.
171 New Covid Cases, Three More Deaths
There are now 982 active Covid-19 cases on record, as the Ministry of Health reported 171 new cases in its Read more.
Medical Association Slams Media’s “Sensational” Linking Of Deaths To Covid Vaccine
The Medical Association of T&T has issued a statement, condemning media coverage which linked the passing of former Energy Minister Read more.
Eleven New Covid Cases In Tobago
Tobago reports 11 new Covid-19 cases in its morning update, bringing the number of active cases on the island to Read more.
SORT Head Charged With Misbehavior In Public Office
Head of the Special Operations Response Team (SORT), Inspector of Police Mark Hernandez has been formally charged with misbehavior in Read more.
JAMAICA: Beenie Man Pleads Guilty To Breaching Covid Rules, Says He’s Not Above The Law
Jamaican dancehall legend Beenie Man pleaded guilty to breaching the country’s Covid-19 guidelines by hosting a party last November. Beenie, Read more.
PM Still Covid Positive, Remains In Quarantine
Prime Minister Dr. Keith Rowley was tested for a third time on Monday, with his results confirming that he is Read more.
Additional Covid Death, 24 New Cases
Twenty-four new cases reported in the Ministry of Health’s update for today puts the overall number of cases on record Read more.
CABINET SHAKE-UP: Young Moved From National Security, Reappointed To Energy Ministry
In a rearrangement of Cabinet following the passing of former Energy Minister, Franklin Khan, Prime Minister Dr. Keith Rowley has Read more.
Brazilian Variant Detected In Local Covid-19 Case
The Ministry of Health advises the national community of the detection of a Variant of Concern (VOC) in a local Read more.
SoundForge and One Heart Caribbean To Hold Fundraiser For St.Vincent and the Grenadines
Sound Forge, in collaboration with One Heart Caribbean, will be holding a 10-hour Streamathon on May 9th to help the Read more.
Two Killed In Westmoorings Crash
The lives of two young men were tragically lost in a fatal road traffic accident along the Western Main Road Read more.
T&T Records New Daily High With 134 Covid Cases, Three Deaths
One hundred and thirty-four new Covid-19 cases reported by the Ministry of Health in its update for today puts the Read more.
Another 64 New Covid Cases Today
The Health Ministry reports an additional 64 Covid-19 cases in its update today, putting the number of active cases at Read more.
CMO: “Report To Be Handed Over To Family Of Man Who Died After Taking Covid-19 Vaccine”
The family of the 60 year old public health retiree who died days after taking the Covid-19 vaccine, will receive Read more.
Energy Chamber Mourns Passing Of Minister Khan
Official Statement from the Energy Chamber of Trinidad and Tobago: The members, Board and staff of the Energy Chamber of Read more.
Kamla Extends Remembers Franklin Khan, Praises “Laudable” Contributions
Opposition Leader Kamla Persad-Bissessar has extended condolences to the family and loved ones of former Energy Minister Franklin Khan, who Read more.
Energy Minister Franklin Khan Has Died
Energy Minister Franklin Khan passed away on Saturday morning.  Khan, who spent the last 20 years involved in politics,  spent Read more.
Sixty-Four New Covid Cases Today
Covid-19 cases continue to climb as the Health Ministry reports 64 new cases in its update today, putting the number Read more.
Four Men Charged With Trafficking Venezuelan Girl
Four men will appear virtually before a Port of Spain Magistrate today, charged with trafficking a Venezuelan girl. One of Read more.
Beloved Harry Potter/Peaky Blinders Actress, Helen McCrory Dead at 52 After Cancer Battle
Peaky Blinders and Harry Potter star, Helen McCrory, has died.   In a social media post on Friday, actor Damian Read more.
Two More Covid-19 Deaths, 82 New Cases
For a second consecutive day, the Health Ministry reports two new Covid-19 deaths in its daily update, taking the overall Read more.
Thieves Take Off With WASA Pipeline, Water Supply Cut To Bennett Village Residents
The Water and Sewerage Authority is working to replace approximately 80feet of 8 inch diameter steel pipe, which was stolen Read more.
Penal/Debe Regional Corporation Closed As Staffer Tests Covid-19 Positive
The Penal Debe Regional Corporation (PDRC) is now closed to members of the public after a staff member tested positive Read more.
Princes Town Man , 26, Charged With Molesting 12 Year Old Brother
A 26-year-old man is scheduled to appear virtually before a Princes Town Magistrate today charged with sexual penetration of his Read more.
Two Covid-19 Deaths, 85 New Cases
Two Covid-19 deaths occurred over the last 24 hours, taking the number of fatalities from the virus to 148. Meanwhile, Read more.
Opposition Stages Third Boycott Of Parliament Sitting
The Opposition United National Congress continues its boycott of Parliament, staying away from the sitting of the House of Representatives Read more.
No Evidence To Support Blood Clot Claims From Covid Vaccine, SWRHA Says
At this time, there’s no evidence which suggests that any patient who received the Covid-19 vaccine locally suffered blood clots. Read more.
Beaches, In-House Dining Closed As Government Imposes New Covid-19 Restrictions
Effective from midnight tonight, all beaches across the country will be closed, as government reimposes Covid-19 restrictions. In house-dining will Read more.
India’s Vaccine Donation Lands In T&T
Health Minister Terrence Deyalsingh and Foreign and CARICOM Affairs Minister Dr. Amery Browne were on hand at the Piarco International Read more.
CAL Cancels Flights To Barbados Due To La Soufriere Activity
Caribbean Airlines has announced that all its flights originating out of, or destined to Barbados are now cancelled due to Read more.
Seventy New Covid Cases Recorded Today
Seventy new Covid-19 infections have been reported by the Health Ministry in this afternoon’s update. This is the highest daily Read more.
Heritage Petroleum Alerts Job Seekers To Recruitment Scam
The Heritage Petroleum Company says it has become aware that persons are hosting false recruitment orientations, promising employment at the Read more.
TT Met Office: “Possible Presence Of Very Fine Ash Particles Within 36-48 Hours”
There’s still no official or confirmed report of ash in Trinidad and Tobago, in wake of the eruption of La Read more.
Police Officer Hospitalized, Suspect Killed In Maraval
A shootout involving police and a civilian which occurred in the Maraval area last night, ended with one officer being Read more.
LA SOUFRIERE RELIEF: Galleons Passage Begins Journey To St. Vincent & The Grenadines
Troops from the Trinidad and Tobago Defence Force along with other humanitarian representatives boarded the Galleon’s Passage of Tuesday morning, Read more.
Thirty-Seven New Covid Cases Today
The Health Ministry records 37 new cases of Covid-19 in its update for this afternoon. This takes the number of Read more.
PM Remains In Quarantine After Taking Second Covid Test Today
Prime Minister Dr. Keith Rowley will remain in isolation at the official residence in Tobago, after a second test conducted Read more.
20% Chance Volcanic Ash From La Soufriere Could Impact T&T, Met Office Warns
There’s a 20% chance that volcanic ash fall from La Soufriere could make its way here. That’s according to the Read more.
Roughly 40 Nationals To Be Repatriated From St. Vincent & The Grenadines
Approval has been granted for some 40 nationals to be repatriated via the Galleons Passage from St. Vincent and the Read more.
Second Suspect Charged With Businessman’s Murder
A second man has been charged with the murder of Arouca businessman Nicholas Mohith which occurred on March 11th. The Read more.
Fifty T&T Defence Force Members To Head To St. Vincent & The Grenadines
The Ministry of National Security has announced that 50 members of the Trinidad and Tobago Defence Force will go to Read more.
COVID-19 UPDATE: 22 New Cases Reported Today
Twenty-two new cases reported in the Ministry of Health’s update for Sunday puts the overall number of cases on record Read more.
Thirteen Supermarkets Begin Relief Efforts For St. Vincent & The Grenadines
The Supermarket Association of Trinidad and Tobago has announced that an initial thirteen of its members have come on board Read more.
14 Year Old Stephanie Ramesar Is Missing
The Trinidad and Tobago Police Service is seeking the public’s assistance in locating 14 year old Stephanie Ramesar.  Stephanie, of Read more.
La Soufriere Likely To Cause More Damage And Destruction, Experts Warn
Professor Richie Richardson, the leading geologist monitoring La Soufriere, has warned that the volcano is likely to wreak more havoc Read more.
Additional Covid Death, 59 New Cases
The number of active Covid-19 cases has crossed the 500 ark at 513, as 59 more people have contracted the Read more.
Masses Suspended As Priest Quarantined Due To Covid Exposure
The St John the Baptist Roman Catholic Church in St Augustine and Our Lady of Fatima in Curepe will be Read more.
All 14 Municipal Corporations On Board To Bring Relief To St. Vincent And The Grenadines
All 14 Municipal corporations in the country have activated systems to begin collecting relief items for St. Vincent and the Read more.
Forty-Seven New Covid Cases Today
There are now 466 active confirmed Covid-19 cases in the country out of the 8,323 on record. This as the Read more.
Second, Smaller Eruption At La Soufriere
The National Emergency Management Office has confirmed that a Second explosive eruption has occurred at La Soufriere, hours after the Read more.
An Emotional PM Gonsalves Moved To Tears As Region Rallies Around SVG
St. Vincent and the Grenadines Prime Minister Dr. Ralph Gonsalves was moved to tears as he expressed deep gratitude for Read more.
Opposition Ducks House Sitting, Claims Government “Breaking The Law”
All 19 Opposition Members of Parliament stayed away from Friday’s sitting of the House of Representatives, in a show of Read more.
Rapper DMX Dead at 50 After Suffering Heart Attack
DMX has died at age 50, at White Plains Hospital in New York.   The rapper and actor, born Earl Read more.
It’s Confirmed: Rap Legend DMX Has Died
After spending nearly a week in hospital following a drug overdose, famed rap legend DMX has died. He was fifty Read more.
ITNAC Springs Into Action, Relief Shipment Cleared In St. Vincent And The Grenadines
The NGO Is There Not A Cause (ITNAC) has already sent two shipments of relief supplies to the St. Vincent Read more.
Police Constable Committed To Stand Trial For Murder
Police Constable Donald Snaggs will appear before the San Fernando Magistrate Court at its next sitting, charged with the October Read more.
BREAKING: La Soufriere Volcano Erupts
An explosive eruption has occurred at La Soufriere volcano in St. Vincent and the Grenadines. The country’s National Emergency Management Read more.
Opposition Writes To House Speaker About Covid Concerns Following PM’s Diagnosis
Opposition Chief Whip Dr. David Lee has written to House Speaker Brigid Anisette-George ahead of this afternoon’s Parliamentary sitting, to Read more.
BREAKING: Prince Phillip Dies At 99
Prince Phillip has died at the age of 99, just two months shy of celebrating his 100th birthday. A statement Read more.
Grenada Offers 1,600 Beds At SGU For Evacuated Vincentians
Grenadian Prime Minister Dr. Keith Mitchell has reaffirmed his country’s commitment to helping St. Vincent and the Grenadines as it Read more.
EBC Head Office Closed For Sanitization As Staffer Tests Covid-19 Positive
Official Media Release From The EBC The Elections and Boundaries Commission wishes to advise the public that its Call Centre, Read more.
CARICOM Rallies Support For St. Vincent And The Grenadines In Wake Of La Soufriere Activity
CARICOM Member States have offered to take in residents who were evacuated from their homes in St. Vincent and the Read more.
Evacuation Efforts Underway In St. Vincent And The Grenadines As La Soufriere Volcano At Brink Of Eruption
Residents in the RED zone on the Leeward and Windward in St. Vincent and the Grenadines are being rushed to Read more.
Khloe Kardashian Breaks Silence On Leaked Bikini Pic
Khloe Kardashian has broken her silence after an unauthorized photo of her surfaced over the weekend, causing many on social Read more.
PM Undergoes MRI Exam To Monitor Lung Functions
Prime Minister was taken to hospital on Wednesday, where he underwent and MRI screening to monitor his lung activity. This Read more.
Niquan Says “Serious Equipment Failure” To Blame For Explosion On Petrotrin Compound
Niquan Energy says its Gas To Liquids Plant suffered a serious failure during the startup up of its hydrocracker system, Read more.
COVID-19 UPDATE: 21 New Cases Today
The number of active  Covid-19 cases has crossed the 400 mark at 407 out of the 8,235 on record. This Read more.
PM Rowley To Continue Work While In Isolation
FLASHBACK:Prime Minister of Trinidad and Tobago and Chairman of CARICOM, Dr the Hon Keith Rowley met with Director General of Read more.
Edwards Disappointed By Reaction To PM’s Covid-19 News
“Death cannot be the means by which we level the playing field.” That’s the sentiment shared by political leader of Read more.
PNM Women’s League Speaks Out Against Verbal Attacks On PM
The Women’s League of the People’s National Movement has spoken out in defense of their political leader and prime Minister Read more.
Explosion At Petrotrin’s Compound
After an explosion on the Petrotrin compound in Pointe a Pierre this morning, police are advising the public to exercise Read more.
No Bail For Man On Sexual Assault Charges Against Boy, 5
A 55-year-old labourer was denied bail when he appeared before a Mayaro Magistrate today charged with one count of sexual Read more.
Contact Tracing Ongoing To Determine How PM Contracted Covid
In keeping with the Ministry of Health’s policy, contact tracing has begun to determine how Prime Minister Dr. Keith Rowley Read more.
Twenty-Two More Test Covid-19 Positive
There are now 392 confirmed active Covid-19 cases in the country, out of the 8,214 on record. This as the Read more.
Deyalsingh Receives First Dose Of Astra-Zeneca Vaccine
Health Minister Terrence Deyalsingh led by example on Tuesday, receiving his first dose of the Astra-Zeneca Covid-19 vaccine at the Read more.
Chief Secretary In Covid Quarantine
Chief Secretary of the Tobago House of Assembly, Ancil Dennis had to be tested for Covid19 after coming into contact Read more.
PM Rowley Tests Positive For Covid
Prime Minister Dr. Keith Rowley has tested positive for Covid-19. The breaking news comes on the same day the PM Read more.
Buccoo Reef Ferry Arrives In T&T Today
The Buccoo Reef ferry will finally dock at the Cruise Ship Complex in Port of Spain on Tuesday afternoon, after Read more.
Tobago Receives 3,000 Covid-19 Vaccines
Tobago will soon begin the vaccination process for 1,500 healthcare workers, after receiving 3,000 Covid-19 vaccines on Thursday. It is Read more.
Kamla Slams Government On “Ineffective” Vaccination Plan
Opposition Leader Kamla Persad Bissessar is taking the government to task for what she says is its lack of a Read more.
$26 Million In Ganja Destroyed
Law enforcement destroyed fields of marijuana in the Santa Cruz area on Wednesday, with losses estimated to be worth $26.5 Read more.
Active Covid Cases Cross 300 As 46 New Cases Recorded In A Day
Three Covid-19 deaths have been reported over the last 24 hours, in addition to 46 new cases. This was revealed Read more.
Jamaica Set To Receive Third Shipment Of Covid Vaccines
FLASHBACK: Jamaica’s Health Minister Dr. Christopher Tufton receives vaccines through the Covax Facility on March 14th The Jamaican government is Read more.
COVID-19 UPDATE: 22 New Cases Recorded Today
Twenty-two new cases reported by the Ministry of Health in this afternoon’s update put the number of active cases at Read more.
Macqueripe Bay Reopens In Time For Easter Weekend
Beachgoers can look forward to the Macqueripe Bay being reopened on Thursday, just in time for the Easter weekend. Planning Read more.
Government Sets ‘1,000 A Day’ Target In Vaccine Rollout Plan
The Health Ministry is looking at administering 1,000 doses of the Astra-Zeneca vaccine daily, once the vaccination program begins next Read more.
Nine New Covid-19 Cases
Nine new Covid-19 cases have been reported by the Ministry of Health in this afternoon’s update. It takes the number Read more.
Woman Loses Quest To Sue State Over Border Closure
The High Court today ruled that government’s decision to close the borders in March of last year was not unconstitutional. Read more.
Police Inspector Arrested, Charged With Firearm Trafficking
An Acting Police Inspector is among three people charged with trafficking in firearms. Officer Kurl-Ann Mc Eachnie was arrested after Read more.
TTPS: “Gang Warfare Suspected in Murder of 2 Teenagers”
Police are suspecting that the two teen boys who were gunned down in Laventille on Sunday may have been caught Read more.
Government Extends Re-Registration Process For Venezuelan Migrants
Documented Venezuelan migrants who failed to meet last Friday’s deadline to apply for an extension of their stay in T&T, Read more.
Inmate Tests Covid-19 Positive At MSP
Contact tracing and testing is ongoing within the prison system after one inmate tested positive at the Maximum Security Prison Read more.
Flow Internet Supply Down
  Flow customers across the country are experiencing a disruption in their internet supply. In a statement at noon, the Read more.
Teen Boys Who Absconded From Child Support Centre Gunned Down In Laventille
Days after an alert was issued by the Children’s Authority about five teenagers who absconded from one of its facilities, Read more.
Twenty-Three New Covid Cases Today
The Covid-19 tally now stands at 7,977 as the Ministry of Health reported 23 new cases in its Sunday update. Read more.
Faris Says Sorry After PM Expresses Disappointment In IG Show Appearance
“Even though no law was broken I should have acted better and unreservedly apologize.” Attorney General Faris Al Rawi has Read more.
PM “Disappointed” Over AG’s Mask-less Appearance On Instagram Show
“No one is above the rules.” This was the sentiment shared by Prime Minister Dr. Keith Rowley, when asked about Read more.
Another Day Of 15 New Covid Cases
Fifteen new cases reported in the Ministry of Health’s update for today puts the overall number of cases on record Read more.
Amid Spike In Cases, PM Tells Police: “Enforce Covid Laws”
From mask wearing to no alcohol being served during in-house dining, the Trinidad and Tobago Police Service is being encouraged Read more.
Fifteen New Covid Cases
There are now 7,939 Covid-19 cases on record as the Ministry of Health reported 15 new cases in its update Read more.
Vaccines To Arrive From Covax Facility Next Week
Trinidad and Tobago is set to receive its initial 33,600 doses of the Covid-19 vaccine from the Covax Facility next Read more.
CoP: “Vigils, Protests Prohibited As Covid Cases Continue To Rise”
With the increase in Covid-19 cases, Commissioner of Police, Gary Griffith, is advising both the Christian and the Shouter Baptist Read more.
Covid Cases Continue To Climb As 21 More Test Positive
Twenty-one new cases reported in the Ministry of Health’s update for today puts the overall number of cases on record Read more.
Jamaican Carnival Cancelled For A Second Time
For the second year in a row, Jamaican Carnival has been cancelled due to rising cases of COVID-19 across the Read more.
T&T Records 38 New Cases Today
Thirty-eight new cases reported in the Ministry of Health’s update for today puts the overall number of cases on record Read more.
UNC Takes Credit For “Expediting” T&T’s Vaccine Gift From India
Following government’s announcement of a deal for 40,000 Astra-Zeneca vaccines from India, the Opposition United National Congress has welcomed the Read more.
T&T Approved For 40,000 Astra-Zeneca Vaccines From Indian Government
After weeks of hiccups, back and forth and allegations of poor diplomatic practice, Trinidad and Tobago  has been approved to Read more.
Phillip Alexander Forced To Issue Public Apology After Making False Gambling Claim
Political Leader of the Progressive Empowerment Party Phillip Alexander has found himself in hot waters for his words once more, Read more.
Covid-19 Patient Dies, Four New Cases Reported
A single Covid-19 fatality reported in the Ministry of Health’s update on Tuesday has taken the death toll from the Read more.
Trio Slapped With Cocaine Charges
One woman and two men were charged yesterday for possession of cocaine for the purpose of trafficking. They are scheduled Read more.
Health Minister: “Government Never Asked Private Sector To Purchase Vaccines”
The Ministry of Health is setting the record straight regarding claims that it approached private sector asking them to purchase Read more.
Five Boys Escape Care Of Children’s Authority
Five boys have escaped from a Child Support Centre managed by the Children’s Authority. In a statement, the Authority urged Read more.
Ten Killed In Mass Shooting At Colorado Supermarket
A law enforcement officer was among ten people fatally shot in a domestic terrorist attack at Soopers supermarket in Boulder, Read more.
T&T, India Resolve To “Work Even Closer” On Vaccine Issue
Foreign and CARICOM Affairs Minister Dr. Amery Browne met with Indian High Commissioner Arun Kumar Sahu today, with both parties Read more.
Health Minister Denies Personal Link To Alleged Covid-19 Supplier
Health Minister Terrence Deyalsingh has strongly condemned “erroneous allegations” which claim there is a connection between himself and VARY Medical Read more.
Massage Therapist Charged With Sexual Assault Of Girl, 9
A 46-year-old massage therapist was granted $200,000 bail with a surety when he appeared before a Chaguanas Magistrate today charged Read more.
COVID-19 UPDATE: Six New Cases Record Today
Six new cases reported by the Ministry of Health in its update on Monday has put the total number of Read more.
Teen’s Body Recovered At Sea
Nearly two days after he fell off a pirogue , the body on 14 year old Matthew Sookoo has been Read more.
Weekend Lockdowns As Jamaica Grapples Rising Covid Cases
Jamaicans have been placed under a string of additional restrictions as the country grapples to curb its rapid spread of Read more.
Indian High Commissioner: “Government Was Informed Of Vaccine Offer Last Month”
India’s High Commissioner to Trinidad and Tobago, Arun Kumar Sahu, says this country was made aware of the offer to Read more.
Sixteen More Covid Cases Recorded Today
The number of active Covid-19 cases has gone up to 154 , after the Ministry of Health reported 16 new Read more.
Coast Guard Actively Searching For Boy, 14, Lost At Sea
The Trinidad and Tobago Coast Guard (TTCG) is continuing search efforts for 14 year old Matthew Sookoo, who reportedly fell Read more.
Twenty-Five Venezuelans Caught Entering Through Icacos Beach
Twenty-five Venezuelan women, one Nigerian, and a Trinidadian were arrested by officers of the Inter-Agency Task Force, during an anti-crime Read more.
Health Minister Defends NDA With Sinopharm, Accuses Opposition Of Scandalizing A Non-Issue
Government’s signing of a non-disclosure agreement with China’s Sinopharm does not mean the country is bound to purchase Covid-19 vaccines Read more.
Eighteen New Covid Cases Today
The number of active Covid-19 cases has gone up to 146 , after the Ministry of Health reported 18 new Read more.
Three Suspected Gang Members Arrested In Police Exercise
Three suspected gang members were among six men who were arrested yesterday during an ‘Operation Strike Back 3’ exercise conducted Read more.
Deyalsingh Questions Supermarket Association’s Motives In Quest To Vaccinate Workforce
Health Minister Terrence Deyalsingh has expressed serious concern over discrepancies in a letter from Supermarket Association President Rajiv Diptee, about Read more.
Chicken Thief Caught After Escaping Golden Grove Prison
After managing to successfully escape from the Golden Grove Prison on Friday morning, Siew Persad, also known as ‘Ramdass’ has Read more.
Repatriated Nationals Among Nine New Covid Cases Today
Nine new cases reported by the Health Ministry in its update for today puts the number of active cases at Read more.
Tobago Man Arrested, 156 Marijuana Trees Seized From Home
One man was arrested for possession of marijuana during an anti crime exercise conducted in Mason Hall, Tobago on Thursday.  Read more.
CASE CLOSED: Evidence Suggests Asami Nagakiya’s Murderer Was Killed In Police Shooting
Just over five years after she was strangled to death on a Carnival Tuesday, police have closed its case into Read more.
COVID-19 UPDATE: 123 Active Cases As Five More Test Positive
Five new Covid-19 cases have been reported by the Ministry of Health in its update this afternoon, taking the number Read more.
Man, 19, Arrested After Being Caught With Girl, 15, On Highway
A 19-year-old man who was allegedly found having sexual intercourse with a 15-year-old girl on the shoulder of the Sir Read more.
Man Charged With Sexually Assaulting Mentally-Disabled Woman
Thirty-four year old Richard Jeremiah, of Seukeran Street, San Fernando, will appear before a San Fernando Magistrate today, charged with Read more.
Conservationists To Get Permission For Turtle Patrols
After weeks of lobbying by conservationists, government has agreed to amend the Public Health Regulations to permit turtle patrols during Read more.
Health Minister Tells Supermarket Association: “Provide Name Of Local Distributor For Covid Vaccine”
Health Minister Terrence Deyalsingh has responded to a request from the Supermarket Association to have some its 30,000 of its Read more.
UK Collaborates With T&T To Help Strengthen National Security
National Security Minister Stuart Young met today with British High Commissioner to T&T Harriet Cross and Deputy Commissioner Tamsin Clayton, Read more.
Seventeen New Covid Cases Today
Seventeen new cases have been reported by the Ministry of Health in its update for today, pushing the number of Read more.
Two Men Killed In Shoot-out With Police
Two men were killed by police in the Longdenville area this afternoon. The deceased have been identified as Kevin Edwards Read more.
Three Songs You Need To Listen To This Week!
There are some new names being added to this week’s Star947 playlist!   Each week, we update our Star947 playlist Read more.
‘Ratty’ In Court For 2019 Murder
Thirty-two year old Dillon Sutherland, who also goes by the alias “Ratty” will appear before an Arima Magistrate today, charged Read more.
Agriculture Minister Estimates $600,000 Payout For Penal Farmers Affected By Floods
Thirty-six Penal farmers have so far made claims to government after their crops were destroyed in floods this past weekend. Read more.
Intelligence Reveals Gang Members Have Master’s Degrees, Young Says
Gang structures in this country include holders of Masters Degrees in Business Administration and International Relations. The revelation was made Read more.
Two New Covid Cases Today
Two new Covid-19 cases reported by the Ministry of Health in its update for today, puts the total number of Read more.
Security Guard Arrested, Charged After Cops Uncover Child Porn During House Search
A 35 year old security guard will appear before a Chaguanas Magistrate tomorrow, after being charged with possession of child Read more.
Five New Covid Cases Recorded Today
Five new cases reported in the Health Ministry’s update this afternoon puts the current record of cases at 7,788. The Read more.
100 Days Hard Labour For 19-Year-Old Convicted Of Stealing Chickens
Nineteen year old Richard Samlal of Stratham Lodge Road, St. Augustine will spend the next 100 days in jail on Read more.
Grammys 2021: The Rundown and Winners/Nominees List
The 63rd Grammy Awards was held last night in Los Angeles.   Hosted from the Los Angeles Convention Center by Read more.
Covid Outbreak In Caroni County, CMO Reveals
A small outbreak of Covid-19 cases has been recorded in the Caroni county. This was revealed by Chief Medical Officer Read more.
Fourteen New Covid Cases Today
Fourteen new cases reported in the Ministry of Health’s update for today puts the overall number of cases on record Read more.
14 Year Old Janice Pryce Is Missing
The Trinidad and Tobago Police Service is seeking the urgent assistance of the public in locating 14-year old Janice Pryce.  Read more.
Ten New Covid Cases Today
Ten new cases reported in the Ministry of Health’s update for today puts the overall number of cases on record Read more.
Two Men Charged With Carrying Out Fraudulent Land Sale
Officers of the San Fernando Fraud Squad have arrested and charged two men for alledgly swindling $91,000 from a woman Read more.
Government Says Herd Immunity Must be Achieved Before Borders Reopen
At least 600,000 to 700,000 of Trinidad and Tobago’s population of 1.3 million people must be administered the Covid-19 vaccine Read more.
Six New Covid Cases Today
On the one year anniversary of Trinidad and Tobago recording its first Covid-19 case, six new cases were reported by Read more.
Planning Minister Hopeful Trade Unions Return To NTAC In Future
The recent decision by the trade union movement to withdraw from the National Tripartite Advisory Council could not have come Read more.
Hiker’s Body Found
After six long days of search efforts, the body of missing hiker Q’adir Shah was recovered at sea on Thursday. Read more.
Businessman Emile Elias Charged With Sexual Grooming & Assault Of Girl, 17
Prominent Maraval businessman Emile Elias has been slapped with two counts of committing sex crimes against a 17 year old Read more.
EMA Lobbies For Conservationist Groups To Patrol During Turtle Nesting Season Turtle
The Environmental Management Authority has joined the call for the relevant health authorities to allow conservationist groups the necessary permission Read more.
A Power Sharing System For Tobago- PNM Calls PDP To Negotiation Table
The People’s National Movement in Tobago is inviting the Patriotic Democratic Party to come to the negotiation table, so both Read more.
Trini Judge Appointed To ICC
Official Statement from the Ministry of Foreign & CARICOM Affairs The Government of Trinidad and Tobago is pleased to inform Read more.
Seven New Covid-19 Cases Recorded Today
Seven new cases reported in the Ministry of Health’s update for today puts the overall number of cases on record Read more.
Lyft and Uber Ban Rider After She Assaulted A Driver
Rideshare companies Uber and Lyft have both banned a woman who was seen coughing on and assaulting an Uber driver Read more.
No Bail For Man Charged With Sexually Assaulting Girl, 11
A 39-year-old man was remanded into custody after appearing virtually before Magistrate Joanne Connor at the Scarborough Magistrates’ Court charged Read more.
Mom Chopped To Death In Front Of Children, Dad Commits Suicide After Carrying Out Attack
Thirty-six year old Adeina Alleyne was fatally chopped in her apartment last night, in front of her three children, ages Read more.
PAHO Director: “More Women Needed To Lead Fight Against Covid-19”
Director of the Pan American Health Organization, Dr. Carissa Etienne, has lamented that despite women making up the great majority Read more.
Missing Teen Boy Found Dead
Three days after he was reported missing, the body of 17 year old Christopher Cummings was found in his hometown Read more.
Health Ministry Records Second Day Of No New Covid Cases
Trinidad and Tobago maintains a record of 7,736 Covid-19 cases, after the Ministry of Health reported no new cases for Read more.
Eleven Venezuelans Detained, Charged For Breach Of Covid Regulations
Eleven Venezuelans have been arrested and charged for failure to report to an immigration officer at a Port of Entry Read more.
Opposition Signals Refusal To Extend Support As Anti-Gang Bill Returns To Parliament
Opposition Leader Kamla Persad Bissessar has dismissed government’s return to the proposed Anti-Gang legislation as a “PR gimmick”, signaling that Read more.
Hall of Justice To Resume In-Person Activity After Recording Covid-19 Case
In person activity will resume at the Hall of Justice in Port of Spain this Wednesday, March 10th.  This comes Read more.
Government Assures No Phase Out Plans For Super Gasoline
While government will move ahead in its plans to liberalize the fuel market, it assures that removing super gasoline is Read more.
Security Officer Charged With Molesting Daughter, 17
A 41-year-old man was due to appear in court on Monday, after being charged with sexually assaulting his 17-year-old daughter. Read more.
Covid-19 Patient Dies
A single Covid-19 death reported by the Ministry of Health in its update for today puts T&T’s death rate from Read more.
Kamla: “How Soon Can We Expect Pepper Spray Legislation?”
Opposition Leader Kamla Persad-Bissessar is questioning how soon the government plans to introduce legislation to permit the regulated use of Read more.
President Weekes Reflects On Andrea Bharatt In Women’s Day Message: “I Felt Personal Despair”
On the eve of International Women’s Day on March 8th, President Paula-Mae Weekes used her voice to address the pressing Read more.
Four New Covid Cases Recorded Today
Four new cases reported in the Ministry of Health’s update for today puts the overall number of cases on record Read more.
Tobago Teen Missing
The Trinidad and Tobago Police Service is seeking the urgent assistance of the public in locating 19-year-old Quinzel Kamian Regis. Read more.
Jamaica Records 723 New Covid Cases In One Day
“723 Positive Covid-19 cases reported in the last 24 hours… let that sink in!” This was the message tweeted by Read more.
Covid-19 Case Confirmed At Hall Of Justice
All in-person activities at the Hall of Justice in port of Spain have been suspended temporarily due to a confirmed Read more.
Six Arrested As Cops Seize Guns & Ammunition
Southern Division officers have arrested six people in two separate incidents for gun and ammo discoveries on Friday. The Southern Read more.
Deyalsingh Addresses Rumors: “No One Entered T&T With Doctored Negative PCR Test”
There is absolutely no evidence to substantiate claims  that persons  were granted permission to enter this country after they presented Read more.
Repatriated National Among Two New Covid Cases
Two new Covid-19 cases, including a recently repatriated national, have been reported by the Health Ministry in its afternoon update, Read more.
WASA Report Submitted To Parliament
As he laid a report into the operations at WASA in the Parliament this afternoon, Public Utilities Minister Marvin Gonzales Read more.
Transport Ministry Extends Moratorium For New Tint Regulations
An extended three-month moratorium is being offered for motorists, before the Ministry of Works and Transport begins enforcing the new Read more.
Michelle Borel Releases Her First Children’s Book “Magic Words with Max”
Introducing fun ways to establish the importance of magic words like ‘please’ and ‘thank you’ to children, Michelle Borel’s new Read more.
Tarouba Man Charged With Buying 32 Phones With Fake Cheque
The Southern Division Fraud Squad arrested and charged one man for obtaining goods by false pretences. Kern Andrews , 35, Read more.
Police Service Commission Demands Apology For “Misleading” Statement About Top Cop, TTPS Performance Surveys
The Police Service Commission (PSC) is correcting what it calls a negligent and misleading article published in today’s Guardian newspaper, Read more.
Four New Covid Cases Recorded Today
The Ministry of Health reports four new cases in its update for today, taking the overall number of cases on Read more.
Tobago Autonomy Bill Expected To Go Before Parliament As PNM, PDP Assemblymen Find Common Ground
Prime Minister Dr. Keith Rowley has announced that coming out of this morning’s meeting with the Assemblymen of the People’s Read more.
Six New Covid Cases Recorded Today
Six new Covid-19 cases recorded by the Health Ministry in its update for today puts T&T’s overall record at 7,723 Read more.
PDP Proposes Shared Government With PNM
The Progressive Democratic Party is proposing a shared government with the People’s National Movement in Tobago, with both parties holding Read more.
Man Detained For Questioning After Princes Town Woman Found Dead In Apartment
A man has been detained for questioning in connection with the murder of 53 year old  Karen Rauseo, whose lifeless Read more.
CXC Offers Deferral Option For Students Due To Sit Exams This Year
CSEC and CAPE students who are due to sit their exams in June/July of this year now have the option Read more.
Unapologetic Kamla Tells Government: “I Wouldn’t Have To Ask For Vaccines If You Did Your Job”
Opposition Leader Kamla Persad Bisseassar is standing firmly behind her decision to write to Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi, requesting Read more.
Active Covid-19 Cases Drop Below 100
There are now 97 active Covid-19 cases in the country, making it the first time in months that the number Read more.
Caroni Water Treatment Plant Shut Down As WASA Investigates Poor Supply From Caroni River
The Caroni Water Treatment Plant was shutdown earlier today, due to concerns about extremely poor water quality in the Caroni Read more.
Bunny Wailer Dies At 73
Bunny Wailer, one of Jamaica’s most prominent reggae legends, has died. Born Neville Livingston, the 73 year old passed this Read more.
Jamaica Secures 1.8 Million Covid-19 Vaccines Through AMSP
The Andrew Holness administration in Jamaica announced that it has reached a deal with the African Medical Supplies Platform for Read more.
Three New Covid Cases Reported Today
Three new Covid-19 cases reported by the Health Ministry in its update for today puts the total number of cases Read more.
Tobago Student Tests Positive, School Closed For Sanitization
A Tobago student is one of two active Covid-19 cases on the island. The child, who attends the Mason Hall Read more.
Kamla Criticized For Writing To Indian Government Requesting Vaccine Gift
Health Minister Terrence Deyalsingh has expressed extreme disappointment over Opposition Leader Kamla Persad-Bissessar’s decision to bypass the government, writing to Read more.
Golden Globes 2021: Nominees and Winners Lists
The 78th Golden Globe Awards kicked off the 2021 Hollywood awards season on Sunday after being delayed for nearly two Read more.
Eight Covid Cases Recorded Today
Eight new Covid-19 cases reported in the Ministry of Health’s update for today puts the overall number of cases on Read more.
Man Arrested On Allegation Of Stealing Friend’s Gold Chain During House Lime
A 30-year-old man is expected to be charged with larceny dwelling home following an incident which occurred at his friend’s Read more.
Tobago Records First Covid Case Since January
The Health and Wellness Division of the Tobago House of Assembly reported a single new case of Covid-19 in its Read more.
Increase In Taxi Fares Coming For Sangre Grande To POS Route
From tomorrow, March 1st, commuters who travel the Sangre Grande to Port of Spain Route will have to pay a Read more.
Single Covid Case Reported Today
One new Covid-19 case reported in the Ministry of Health’s update for today puts the overall number of cases on Read more.
Two Charged In Connection With Drugs, Ammo Find
Charges have been laid against two men who were arrested for marijuana and ammunition possession during an anti-crime exercised conducted Read more.
Deyalsingh Clears The Air: “Private Sector Can’t Purchase Covid Vaccines At This Time”
Confirming that persons in the private sector have been reaching out to government about the possibility of purchasing Covid-19 vaccines Read more.
T&T Receives US$24M For Pandemic Outreach In New Program With IDB
Government has partnered with the Inter-American Development Bank to create the Support for Vulnerable Populations Affected by Coronavirus in Trinidad Read more.
Enterprise Man Killed By Police
A confrontation with police ended with an Enterprise man being killed on Friday morning.  At around 5:10 am, officers of Read more.
COVID-19 UPDATE: Another Repatriated National Among Seven New Cases Reported Today
Seven new cases reported in the Ministry of Health’s update on Friday puts the overall number of cases on record Read more.
Repatriation Flight Cleared To Leave T&T For Venezuela
The flight which had been scheduled to repatriate 100 Venezuelan nationals will go ahead at 6pm on Friday, one day Read more.
Minister Young Says Shift Rotation Blocked After 11 Immigration Officers Test Positive For Covid-19
Fifty-one Immigration Officers are tasked with balancing the five shift system at the Piarco International Airport- which is usually shared Read more.
Manslaughter Charge For Boy Involved In Shooting Death Of 16 Year Old Tamika Griffith
Fatally Shot: 16 year old Tamika Griffith Just over two weeks after 16 year old Tamika Griffith was fatally shot Read more.
No Turning Back: Government Stands On Refusal Of OWTU’s Proposal For Refinery Purchase
While the Patriotic Energy and Technologies company said it was “optimistic” after being granted a meeting with Finance Minister Colm Read more.
Man Charged With Presenting Fraudulent $4.8M Government Cheque
A director at a construction company charged with attempting to defraud the government of $4.8 million was granted bail when Read more.
Bail Denied For Couple Held In Massive Gun & Drug Bust
A man and woman were denied bail when they appeared virtually before a Sangre Grande Magistrate on Thursday, charged with Read more.
Young Seeks Guidance From US Embassy Over Sanctioned Aircraft To Repatriate Venezuelan Nationals
Plans to repatriate 100 Venezuelans to their home country had to be halted after the Trinidad and Tobago government was Read more.
Repatriated National Among Seven New Covid Cases
Seven new cases reported in the Ministry of Health’s update on Thursday puts the overall number of cases on record Read more.
Patriotic “Optimistic” About Petrotrin Refinery After Meeting With Finance Minister
The Patriotic Energies and Technologies Company, wholly owned by the Oilfield Workers Trade Union, returned to the table with Finance Read more.
Shakeup Coming To SEA Exam As Cabinet Appoints Committee For Review
Changes to the Secondary Entrance Assessment (SEA) examination are finally be in the works, as a 14-member Committee appointed by Read more.
Gender Based Violence Unit Received 2,622 Reports In First Year Of Operation
Of the 2,622 reports made to the Gender Based Violence Unit of the Trinidad and Tobago Police Service since it was Read more.
Planned Electricity Shutdown In Parts Of Trinidad Today
There will be several interruptions in electricity supply across the country today, as the Trinidad and Tobago Electricity Commission (T&TEC) Read more.
Two Teens Among Three Arrested On Attempted Murder Charge
Two juveniles and a 21-year-old man appeared virtually before Magistrate Brambhanan Dubay at the Sangre Grande Magistrates’ Court today, charged Read more.
T&T Pre-orders 226,000 Covid Vaccines Through African Medical Supplies Platform
The Health Ministry is clearing the air over what it described as confusion being put into the public domain regarding Read more.
Duke Upset Over WASA Shake-up, Vows To Take Action
Public Service Association President Watson Duke has responded to drastic changes in WASA’s managerial structure, calling the move “haphazard”. Dr. Read more.
Four New Covid Cases Today
Four new cases reported in the Ministry of Health’s update for today puts the overall number of cases on record Read more.
Repatriated National Among Four New Cases Reported Today
Four new cases reported in the Ministry of Health’s update for today puts the overall number of cases on record Read more.
PM: Smaller Countries Have To Compete For Covid Vaccines
Prime Minister Dr. Keith Rowley laments that there is a serious inequity in global distribution of Covid-19 vaccines, with smaller Read more.
Opposition To Go To Parliament To Repeal Procurement Legislation
The Opposition United National Congress intends to go to the Parliament, seeking to repeal government’s amendments to the Procurement Act. Read more.
RBL Reduces Spending Limit On Credit Cards To Manage Forex Flow
In a move that is aimed at preserving its supply of its foreign exchange, Republic Bank Limited has announced a Read more.
Nine Months In Jail For Cellphone Thief
A 20 year old man who was tied up by a group of women after he attempted to take off Read more.
Health Ministry Records Two New Covid Cases Today
Trinidad and Tobago now has 7,682 Covid-19 cases on record, as two additional people were confirmed for contracting the virus. Read more.
Trinidad and Tobago To Get Spotify This Week
Trinidad and Tobago will be one of the 80 countries that Spotify will now be available in.   At Spotify’s Read more.
Four New Covid Cases, Twelve Patients In Hospital
Four new Covid-19 cases reported in the Health Ministry’s update on Sunday puts the number of active cases at 138. Read more.
‘Rambo’ and ‘Shotta Boy’ to Stand Trial for 2019 Murder
Two men were committed to stand trial at the next sitting of the Assizes when they appeared before virtually before Read more.
PM Rowley To Meet With THA Assemblymen
On the heels of the Amendments to the Tobago House of Assembly Bill being  being passed in the House of Read more.
Ten New Covid Cases Today
There are now 145 active Covid-19 cases on record in the country, including 10 new cases reported in the Health Read more.
Tobago Begins Covid-19 Vaccination For Healthcare Workers
Tobago has officially begun its vaccination program, with 34 healthcare workers on the island receiving their first dose of the Read more.
Recreational Sporting Activity Now Allowed Under Covid Regulations
In a rollback to restrictions imposed in the Covid-19 Public Health Regulations, government has taken a decision to give the Read more.
OWTU Fails In Third Bid For Petrotrin Refinery
For a third time in roughly four months, the Patriotic Energies and Technologies company, wholly owned by the Oilfield Workers Read more.
Three New Covid Cases Reported Today
 Three new cases reported in the Ministry of Health’s update for today puts the overall number of cases on record Read more.
Sport Icon Granny Luces Has Died
Veteran marathoner Lynette Luces, who stole the hearts of the nation with her strength and determination to fitness, has died Read more.
T&T Receives High Praise From WHO For Pandemic Response
Trinidad and Tobago has received high praise from the World Health Organization, WHO, for its management of the Covid-19 pandemic Read more.
WATCH: PM Makes Plea To Global Community: “Don’t Forget CARICOM Nations In Vaccine Distribution”
Prime Minister Dr. Keith Rowley has made a plea for CARICOM nations not to be forgotten or taken advantage of, Read more.
T&T Administers First Set Of Covid-19 Vaccines
Infection Prevention and Control Nurse, Keisha Prevatt-Gomez was the the first person in Trinidad and Tobago to receive the COVID-19 Read more.
Shazida Nagamootoo Is Missing
The Trinidad and Tobago Police Service is seeking the urgent assistance of the public in locating 45-year-old Shazida Nagamootoo. The Read more.
Seven New Covid-19 Cases Reported Today, Twenty Remaining Patients In Hospital
Seven new Covid-19 cases have been reported by the Ministry of Health in its update for today, putting the total Read more.
T&T Begins Covid-19 Vaccine Rollout Today
Some 50-100 healthcare workers are set to receive their first dose of the Covid-19 vaccine at the Couva Hospital this Read more.
Savage X Fenty Now Worth US$1 Billion
Rihanna’s lingerie brand Savage X Fenty is now reportedly worth US$1billion.   Launched by the pop star in 2018, it Read more.
Officer Hospitalized After Being Hit With Gate At Red House
A police officer assigned to the Red House Building in Port-of-Spain had to be taken to hospital for treatment on Read more.
Repatriated National Among Ten New Covid Cases Reported Today
Ten new cases reported in the Health Ministry’s Covid-19 update for today puts the total number of cases on record Read more.
Gary Calls Out “Hypocritical” Opposition: “My Officers Deserve Due Process”
Police Commissioner Gary Griffith has hit back at Opposition Leader Kamla  Persad-Bissessar, over statements she made condemning alleged police brutality Read more.
Opposition Prepared To Challenge Proposed Amendments To THA Act
The Opposition Leader says her party is prepared for a legal challenge over government’s proposed amendments to the Tobago House Read more.
Young Concerned Over Alleged Tape Of Police Beating, Urges Sources To Come Forward
National Security Minister Stuart Young held a meeting on Monday morning with Top Cop Gary Griffith, in which the Minister Read more.
Four New Covid-19 Cases Reported Today
Four new Covid-19 cases have been reported by the Ministry of Health in its update for today, taking the total Read more.
Griffith Promises No Cover-Up As TTPS Investigates Deaths Of Suspects In Andrea Bharatt Case
Nearly one week after the Police Complaints Authority launched an investigation into the deaths of two suspects in the Andrea Read more.
Another Covid-19 Patient Dies
Another Covid-19 death has been recorded by the Ministry of Health, taking the number of deaths on record to 138. Read more.
Epidemiologist: “Please Remember To Wear Masks During Protests”
Officials at the Ministry of Health will be looking at statistical trends in the coming days, to determine whether massive Read more.
Buccoo Reef To Restart Journey To T&T Before Month End
In approximately ten days, the Buccoo Reef fast ferry purchased by government to service the inter-island sea bridge will set Read more.
Farmer Nappy Wins The Monarch
Farmer Nappy has been declared The Monarch.   Beating his 10 other competitors with his song “Backyard Jam”, Nappy has Read more.
PM Proposes Amendments To THA Act To Treat With Tobago Deadlock
Prime Minister Dr. Keith Rowley has proposed that quick steps be taken to amend the Tobago House of Assembly Act, Read more.
Another Covid-19 Patient Dies, Five More Test Positive
Members of the public are reminded that they must adhere to the ‘New Normal’ recommendations and take the following personal Read more.
“The Ball Is In Your Court” Kamla Tells Government After Opposition Votes In Favor Of Evidence Amendment Bill
The Evidence Amendment Bill has been passed in the House of Representatives, with the Opposition joining with government to have Read more.
More Human Remains Found In Aripo
More human remains were recovered in Aripo on Friday, making it the fourth such find since Andrea Bharatt’s body was Read more.
Machel Montano, Ravi B & Azaryah Join Call To Protect Women With ‘Precious Angel’ Release
Music giants Machel Montano, Ravi B and Azaryah have teamed up to release a new song entitled “Precious Angel”, in Read more.
Nineteen Year Old Killed By Police In Sea Lots
Police shot and killed a young man in Sea Lots this afternoon, triggering outrage in the community. The deceased has Read more.
Starlite CEO Released After Being Held During Protest Outside Parliament
Starlite CEO Gerald Aboud was arrested on Friday afternoon during protests against gender-based violence outside the Parliament. Speaking to the Read more.
Kamla: “Let Us Honor Andrea’s Call To Action”
As she took to the podium to speak at the funeral service for Andrea Bharatt on Friday afternoon, Opposition Leader Read more.
WATCH: Government Agrees To Allow Use Of Pepper Spray, Faris Says Legislation Coming
Legislation to permit the use of pepper spray as a safety tool will soon come before the Parliament for debate, Read more.
PM Tells Citizens: Vigils Alone Not Enough, If You See A Crime, Report It
While past generations adopted what can be called a ‘hush-hush’ culture surrounding the issue of domestic violence, Prime Minister Dr. Read more.
PM “Filled With Sadness” Over Andrea’s Murder, Says He Won’t Attend Funeral To Avoid Politicizing Crime
Prime Minister Dr. Keith Rowley says while he received an invitation to attend Friday’s funeral service for murder victim Andrea Read more.
Young Tells Men: It Is Our Responsibility To Protect Women And Children
National Security Minister Stuart Young has called on the men of this country to accept the role they play in Read more.
Opposition To File Motion Against Attorney General For Allegedly Misleading House
The Opposition has announced that it intends to file a Privileges Motion against Attorney General Faris Al Rawi, alleging he Read more.
Repatriated National Tests Positive For Covid-19
A single new Covid-19 case is being reported by the Health Ministry in its update for today, taking the current Read more.
Man In Court For Andrea’s Murder
One week after her body was found down a precipice along the Heights of Aripo, a 24 year old Arima Read more.
Driver’s License Permanently Revoked For Man With Four DUI Charges
A man with three previous Driving Under the Influence (DUI) charges was jailed for six months and banned from driving Read more.
Fourteen Additional Covid Cases Reported Today
Fourteen new cases reported by the Health Ministry in this afternoon’s Covid-19 update puts the number of cases on record Read more.
Cardi B Shares Protest For Andrea, Condemns Acts Of Violence Against Women
US rapper Cardi B has joined the call for an end to gender-based violence in Trinidad and Tobago and by Read more.
Second Autopsy Report Suggests Andrea’s Cause Of Death
A second autopsy on the body of Andrea Bharatt which took place today, suggests that the 22 year old court Read more.
Another Covid-19 Patient Dies
Another Covid-19 death had been reported in the Ministry of Health’s update for today, taking the overall death toll to Read more.
CSEC January Exams Successfully Completed, Education Ministry Says
The Ministry of Education says it has successfully facilitated the January 2021 sitting of the Caribbean Secondary Examination Certificate (CSEC) Read more.
Top Cop Questions “Strange” Focus On Dead Suspects In Andrea Bharatt Case
On the heels of the Police Complaints Authority launching an investigation into the deaths of two leading suspects in the Read more.
PCA Investigates Deaths Of Leading Suspects In Andrea Bharatt Case
Head of the PCA, David West The Police Complaints Authority has launched an investigation into the deaths of two leading Read more.
Second Autopsy For Andrea
A second autopsy on the body of Andrea Bharatt will take place today, after Monday’s test at the Forensic Science Read more.
188 Quarantined After 11 Shell Platform Workers Test Covid-19 Positive
Eleven staff members from Shell’s Dolphin platform have tested positive for Covid-19, and another 188 primary contacts have been sent Read more.
Gorilla Glue Girl Seeks Medical Treatment
A Louisiana woman went viral last week for using Gorilla Glue in her hair, before finally checking into the hospital Read more.
21 Covid-19 Patients Recover From Virus, No New Cases Reported Today
The Covid-19 tally remains at 7,616 as the Ministry of Health reported zero new cases in its update on Monday. Read more.
Forensics Find Andrea’s Autopsy “Inconclusive”
The case of 22 year old Andrea Bharatt, who was kidnapped and subsequently killed, hit another roadblock on Monday afternoon Read more.
Second Suspect In Andrea’s Murder Has Died
A second suspect in the kidnapping and murder of Andrea Bharatt has died. Joel Balcon, who spent the last few Read more.
Autopsy For Andrea Takes Place Today
Investigators will receive a clearer idea of what took place in the final moments of kidnap and murder victim Andrea Read more.
Cops Uncover Third Set Of Human Remains At Heights Of Aripo
A massive search of the forested area at the Heights of Aripo on Sunday led to the discovery of a Read more.
Four Covid-19 Cases Reported Today
There are now 7,616 cases of Covid-19 on record, as the Ministry of Health reported four new cases in its Read more.
Five New Covid-19 Cases Reported Today
There are now 7,612 cases of Covid-19 on record, as the Ministry of Health reported five new cases in its Read more.
Griffith Tells Citizens: “Spreading False Info About Victim Can Traumatize Family”
Commissioner of Police, Gary Griffith, notes with concern a video circulating on social media that the internal organs of a Read more.
No New Covid-19 Cases Today, Twenty Patients Discharged
There are now only 230 active cases of the virus, as 20 new recoveries were reported over the last 24 Read more.
Elderly Man Sentenced To Jail For Stealing Toothpaste, Biting Security Guard
A 64-year-old man was sentenced to three months’ hard labour when he appeared virtually before a Port-of-Spain Magistrate today charged Read more.
Moonilal, Young Get Into Heated Exchange Over Non-Functional CCTV Cameras
National Security Minister Stuart Young says repairs are being conducted by the Telecommunications Services of Trinidad and Tobago (TSTT) to Read more.
Police Back At Heights Of Aripo As Human, Animal Remains Found
A startling discovery came on Friday morning as police identified the remains of a human and an animal down a Read more.
AG: “Time To Unmask These Monsters”
Attorney General Faris Al Rawi says legislation to regularize the public transport system  is still in the process of being Read more.
Early Morning Murder In Arima
A man was gunned down in Arima in the early hours of Thursday morning. Forty year old Sergio Fraser was Read more.
COVID-19 UPDATE: 21 New Cases Reported Today
Twenty-one new Covid-19 cases reported by the Ministry of Health in its update for today puts the national tally at Read more.
$22 Million For School Funding As Forms 4-6 Return To Physical Classes Next Monday
The Education Ministry says funding, in the aggregate amount of $22million for government and government assisted secondary schools has been Read more.
Body Found At Heights Of Aripo Is Andrea Bharatt, Top Cop Confirms
Police Commissioner Gary Griffith has confirmed that the decomposing body found off a precipice along the Heights of Aripo on Read more.
Decomposing Body Found In Heights Of Aripo
UPDATED STORY: Police Commissioner Gary Griffith has confirmed that the decomposing body found off a precipice along the Heights of Read more.
Christian Radio Station Faces Heavy Backlash After Cheering The Cancellation Of Carnival 2021
Social media users did not mince words in voicing an overarching disapproval for a post shared by Isaac 98.1 fm Read more.
“I Never Said That” PM Responds To Criticism From Former US Ambassador Joseph Mondello
Prime Minister Dr. Keith Rowley is setting the record straight after former US Ambassador to Trinidad and Tobago, Joseph Mondello, Read more.
Cabinet To Explore Options To Break Deadlock In Tobago, PM Says
Two draft amendments could go before the Cabinet in the coming days, seeking to resolve the current impasse following last Read more.
T&T Records Additional Covid Death, Eight New Cases
A single Covid-19 death reported by the Ministry of Health in its update for today puts the number of fatalities Read more.
Gary Clears The Air: “No Truth To Claims That Andrea’s Body Has Been Found”
Police Commissioner Gary Griffith is pleading with persons to desist from sharing baseless claims that kidnap victim Andrea Bharatt has Read more.
Teen Boy Electrocuted At Pointe-A-Pierre Refinery
The person who was found electrocuted at the Petrotrin compound in Pointe-a-Pierre on Wednesday morning  has been identified as 14 Read more.
Suspect Detained In Connection With Andrea’s Abduction Dies In Police Custody
One of the five men who were detained on Sunday in connection with the kidnapping of 23 year old Andrea Read more.
A Monument For Sandra
“Build a monument for Sandra” This was the plea made by fellow calypsonian Marvelous Marva, as she spoke  at the Read more.
Guyanese Fishermen Released By Venezuelan Authorities
The twelve Guyanese fishermen who were detained in Venezuela nearly two weeks ago after being accused of fishing in the Read more.
Jeff Bezos To Step Down As Amazon CEO
After spending close to the last three decades building Amazon into the formidable e-commerce site that it is today, the Read more.
$50,000 Reward For Anyone With Info As Cops Escalate Efforts To Find Andrea Bharatt
Crimestoppers has announced a $50,000 reward in hopes that someone would come forward with the missing key that would lead Read more.
Twelve New Covid-19 Cases Reported Today
Twelve new Covid-19 cases reported by the Ministry of Health in its update for today puts the national tally at Read more.
Hikers Join Search Efforts For Andrea
Hikers were out as early as 6am on Tuesday morning, to assist law enforcement in their search for kidnap victim Read more.
Cops Destroy $350,000 Worth of Marijuana In Grand Riviere
Seven hundred fully grown marijuana trees, with an estimated value of $350,000 was destroyed by police during an eradication exercise Read more.
Marabella Couple Arrested After Cops Seize $40K Worth Of Marijuana From Home
A Marabella couple was arrested for trafficking marijuana in Marabella this morning. The suspects, a 27-year-old woman and 29-year-old man, Read more.
“The Monarch” Finalists Announced
“The Monarch” has announced their top eleven finalists for the competition, which will be held online, and it will take Read more.
CAL Outlines Exemption Process For Persons Departing T&T
Caribbean Airlines advises that effective immediately, all persons departing Trinidad and Tobago must adhere to the new online exemption process Read more.
As Search Continues For Missing Woman, Top Cop Urges Media To Practice Wisdom In Providing Details
Commissioner of Police, Gary Griffith, is asking the public and the media to be careful about the information they post Read more.
Two New Covid Cases Reported Today
Two new COVID-19 cases were reported in the last 24 hours according to the latest update from the Ministry of Read more.
Police Recover Missing Woman’s Cellphone At Home Of Fifth Suspect
Police investigators are one step closer to locating  22 year old Andrea Bharatt,  after recovering the young woman’s cellphone and Read more.
Four Detained For Questioning In Andrea Bharatt Case
Police are hoping that the four suspects detained in connection with Andrea Bharatt’s kidnapping which occured in Arima on Friday Read more.
Kamla Continues Criticism Of Government’s “Shameful” Exemption Policy
Opposition Leader Kamla Persad Bissessar says she does not accept the explanation put forward by National Security Minister Stuart Young Read more.
First Batch Of Covid Vaccines To Arrive In March As COVAX Facility Allocates 100,000 Doses For T&T
Trinidad and Tobago has been allocated an initial 100,000 to 120,000 doses of the Oxford-AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine via the COVAX Read more.
Nine More Test Positive For Covid, Health Ministry Records 20 Recoveries
Nine new Covid-19 cases have been reported in the Ministry of Health’s update for today. This takes the overall tally Read more.
Family Maintains Hope For Safe Return After Arima Woman Kidnapped
The family of Andrea Bharatt is maintaining hope that the 22 year old woman will be returned to them safely, Read more.
Tik Tok Users Warned As Hackers Expose Nude Images From #SilhouetteChallenge
The latest Tik Tok challenge, which sees users transitioning from an everyday look to a silhouette of themselves in a Read more.
Magistrate Orders ‘Ziggy’ To Stay Away From Family Following Domestic Dispute
A Port-of-Spain man has been ordered to stay away from his family and neighbours following a domestic  incident which occurred Read more.
More Tributes Pour In For Veteran Calypsonian Singing Sandra
Tributes continue to pour in for the late Singing Sandra, whose death came as a shock to many yesterday morning. Read more.
Thirteen Additional Persons Test Covid-19 Positive
Thirteen new community cases of Covid-19 have been reported in the Ministry of Health’s update for today. This takes the Read more.
Three Teens Reported Missing From St. Jude’s Home For Girls
Police are actively search for three teenagers from the St. Jude’s Home for girls in Belmont who were reported missing Read more.
PCA Submits Findings To DPP’s Office After Investigation Into Police Killing Of Cuban National
The Police Complaints Authority has completed its investigation into the police killing of Cuban national Carlos Manuel Olive Cruz, which Read more.
Canada Halts Flights To Caribbean & Mexico Until May
The Canadian government has announced that all flights to the Caribbean and Mexico will be halted from this Sunday, January Read more.
Another Deadlock As THA Fails To Select Presiding Officer, PM Says He Can’t Intervene
The Executive council of the Tobago House of Assembly remains in place until the deadlock over selecting a Presiding officer Read more.
Award-Winning Actress Cicely Tyson Has Died At 96
Award-winning actress Cicely Tyson died today at age 96.   Her death was announced by her family, via her manager, Read more.
Reddit Users Surge Struggling Stock, Taking Aim At Wall Street Short-Sellers
A group of Reddit users have managed to surge GameStop and AMC Theatres’ share prices, putting major hedge funds in Read more.
Eleven More Test Positive For Covid-19
Eleven new cases reported in the Ministry of Health’s Covid-19 update for today takes the overall number of cases to Read more.
450 New Electronic Devices For Primary And Secondary Students In La Brea
Trinidad Generation Unlimited is the latest corporate sponsor to sign on to the Ministry of Education’s Adopt A School programme, Read more.
Veteran Calypsonian Singing Sandra Has Died
The calypso fraternity and by extension the nation has been thrown into mourning over the passing of Sandra ‘Singing Sandra’  Read more.
Opposition’s No Confidence Motion Against Young Defeated In The Parliament
The Motion of No Confidence brought against National Security Minister Stuart Young has been defeated in the House of Representatives, Read more.
Prayers As National Boxer Michael Alexander Hospitalized Following Motorbike Accident
Trinidad and Tobago boxer Michael Alexander is fighting for his life after being involved in a motorcycle accident this in Read more.
Magistrate Orders Wife To Move Out Of Home Following Domestic Abuse Charge
Port of Spain Magistrate Indar Jagroo ordered a 44 year old woman to move out the home she shares with Read more.
“Lay The Burden On Me” : PM Defends Young On Covid-19 Exemption Policy
Prime Minister Dr. Keith Rowley has described the Opposition’s motion of No Confidence brought against National Security Minister Stuart Young Read more.
Thirteen New Covid Cases Recorded Today
Thirteen additional persons have tested positive for COVID-19, taking the national tally to 7,509. The number of active cases have Read more.
THA Election Recounts Temporarily Halted Due To Islandwide Power Outage
Power has been restored across Tobago after the island experienced an outage shortly before 9 o clock this morning. The Read more.
Covid-19 Lockdown In Barbados As Mottley Administration Tries To Stop Spread Of Virus
Barbados Prime Minister Mia Mottley has announced a string of new curfew measures to mitigate the spread of the Covid-19 Read more.
Everything You Need To Know About Government’s Plan For Return To Phsyical Classes
A hybrid education system has been unveiled by Education Minister Dr. Nyan Gadsby-Dolly, as she announced today that forms four Read more.
Six New Cases Today, 25 Recoveries Over The Last 24 Hours
Six new cases have been reported by the Health Ministry in its Covid-19 update for today, taking the number of Read more.
EBC: Nearly Half Of Tobagonians Stayed Away From Polls In THA Election
Just over half of Tobago’s voting population participated in yesterday’s Tobago House of Assembly election, which ended in a deadlock Read more.
NCC To Host Virtual Dimanche Gras Show
The National Carnival Commission, NCC, has announced that it will host a virtual Dimance Gras show, after all. The pre-recorded Read more.
6-6 Deadlock: PNM And PDP Tie In THA Elections
No winner could be declared at the end of the highly anticipated Tobago House of Assembly election, due to each Read more.
PNM Loses Arima Seat In Bye-Election
The United National Congress has won the Arima Centrl seat formerly held by the People’s National Movement, claiming a total Read more.
Boy, 9, Dies While Attempting Tik-Tok Challenge
Police have confirmed that a nine year old boy died at his home in Maloney Gardens on Monday evening, after Read more.
T&T Urges “Peaceful Resolve” After Venezuela Detains Guyanese Vessel & Crew
A meeting between Foreign Affairs Minister Dr. Amery Browne and Venezuela’s Ambassador to Trinidad and Tobago, Carlos Perez Silva took Read more.
Seventeen New Covid-19 Cases Recorded Today
T&T now has 7,490 cases of Covid-19 on record, with 323 of those being currently active. The figures include 17 Read more.
Apple Warns Against MagSafe’s Potential Danger To Implanted Medical Devices
Apple is warning iPhone 12 users that their phones contain magnets as well as components and radios that emit electromagnetic Read more.
Eighteen Year Old Sarah Johnson Is Missing
The Cunupia Police are actively searching for 18-year old Sarah Johnson, of David Tobi Road, Cunupia. The young woman was Read more.
‘Preacher’ To Appear In Court On Murder Charge
A man who goes by the alias ‘Preacher’ will appear before an Arima Magistrate on Monday morning, charged with the Read more.
T&T Records Another Covid-19 Death, Six New Cases
Trinidad and Tobago’s Covid-19 death toll now stands at 134, after the Ministry of Health reported in its update on Read more.
More Than 8,000 Nationals Abroad Will Have To Reapply Under Government’s New Exemption Policy
When government’s new exemption policy is effected on Monday, some 8,259 nationals who applied for exemption to return home will Read more.
T&T Proud Member Of Treaty On Prohibition Of Nuclear Weapons
Official Government Statement from the Ministry of Foreign & CARICOM Affairs The Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons (TPNW) Read more.
“No Price Hike In Cooking Gas,” Khan Assures
 The retail price of LPG tanks used for cooking gas will remain at the current price of TT$21.00 for a Read more.
Veteran Talk Show Host Larry King Dead At 87
Known as the king of talk shows in the United States, veteran talk show host Larry King has died following Read more.
Young Unveils New Exemption Process For Nationals Abroad
From next Monday, those seeking an exemption to return to T&T will be directed to a government website in which Read more.
Soulja Boy Sued Over Sexual Assault Allegations
30-year-old rapper, Soulja Boy, whose real name is DeAndre Way, was sued today for assault, sexual battery, false imprisonment, and Read more.
Six New Covid-19 Cases Recorded Today
Six new Covid-19 cases have been reported in the Ministry  of Health’s update for today.  It includes two recently repatriated Read more.
Tributes Pour In Following Passing Of Former Government Minister Clifton De Coteau
Former government minister Clifton De Coteau has died. De Coteau, who served as Minister of Child Development under the People’s Read more.
Twenty New Covid-19 Cases Reported Today
Twenty new Covid-19 cases reported by the Health Ministry in its update for today takes T&T’s total number of cases Read more.
School Driver Charged With 2020 Sexual Assault On Girl, 13
A 51-year-old school driver was granted $40,000 when he appeared before a Port-of-Spain Magistrate today charged with one count of Read more.
T&T Records First Case Of UK Strain Of Covid-19
Trinidad and Tobago has recorded its first case of the UK variant of Covid-19. In a release from the Ministry, Read more.
A New Beginning: US President Joe Biden Pledges To Lead With Unity
It’s official- Joe Biden has been sworn in as the 46th US President, officially marking the end of the Donald Read more.
Another Covid-19 Death Recorded Today
Another Covid-19 death has been reported in the Health Ministry’s update for today, taking the total number of fatalities on Read more.
Patriotic Gets Another Chance In Bid For Refinery
One day after being hit with a second rejection in its quest to purchase the Petrotrin Refinery, the Patriotic Energies Read more.
Alcohol Ban: St. Lucia PM Restricts Sale Of Alcohol To Mitigate Covid-19 Spread
The Allen Chastanet led government in St. Lucia has imposed a three-week ban on alcohol sales across the island, in Read more.
Deyalsingh: “No Shortage Of Multiple Sclerosis Drug”
Health Minister Terrence Deyalsingh has rubbished a newspaper report which claimed there is shortage of the drug Beta Interferon, used Read more.
OWTU Calls For Meeting With Government: “Tell Truth About Refinery Deal”
“Misinformation by agents of the government, whether by intention or omission.” That is how President General of the Oilfield Workers Read more.
COVID-19 update: Sixteen New Cases Today
Sixteen new Covid-19 cases have been reported in the Health Ministry’s update for today, from samples taken between January 16th-18th. Read more.
REJECTED: Government Passes On OWTU For Sale Of Petrotrin Refinery
Another loss for the Oilfield Workers Trade Union, as Cabinet has once more rejected the bid by its company,Patriotic Energies Read more.
$250K Bail For Employee Charged With Gun Theft At President’s House
Kyle Scott, the 22 year old employee at President’s House who was charged with stealing a soldier’s firearm from the Read more.
Negative Covid-19 Test Required For Travel To US
Beginning next Tuesday, January 26th, those wishing to travel to the US will be required to present a negative Covid-19 Read more.
2021 Soca Monarch Is On
The 2021 Soca Monarch will be held online, and it will take place on Fantastic Friday, February 12th.   However, Read more.
Monkeys, Gun & Ammunition Seized- Cops Detain Group Including Venezuelan Nationals
Four people including two Venezuelan nationals were arrested in Moruga this morning after being found in possession of six monkeys, Read more.
Six New Covid Cases Today, Deaths Remain At 132
Six new Covid-19 cases have been recoded by the Health Ministry in its update for today. Deaths remain constant at Read more.
Pandemic Strain Forces Asa Wright Nature Centre To Close Eco-Lodge Business
With the closure of the borders and limited physical movement as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Board of Read more.
T&T Records Fifth Covid-19 Death For The Year
For a second consecutive day, the Health Ministry has recorded a single Covid-19 related death. This takes the death toll Read more.
Have You Seen This Girl? Maryanne Alcala Is Missing
The Trinidad and Tobago Police Service is seeking the urgent assistance of the public in locating 15-year-old Maryanne Alcala. Maryanne, Read more.
Finance Minister Begins Legal Action Against TV6 Over “Fabricated” Story Against Him
Minister of Finance Colm Imbert has revealed that he is already in the process of taking action against CCN TV6 Read more.
T&T Records 131st Covid-19 Death
Trinidad and Tobago  records another Covid-19 related death, taking the number of fatalities from the virus to 131. An additional Read more.
Griffith Meets With Gang Elements Following Threats Of Increased Criminal Activity
Commissioner of Police, Gary Griffith, met last night with several well-known “persons of interest”, advising  them that the Trinidad and Read more.
No Bail For Jamaican Man Caught With Girl, 14
The 27 year old Jamaican national who was dealt a case of vigilante justice earlier this week after allegedly being Read more.
Twenty-three New Covid-19 Cases Reported Today
Twenty-three new Covid-19 cases have been reported in the Health Ministry’s update this afternoon. Of that number, two are recently Read more.
President’s House Employee Arrested After Soldier’s Gun Stolen From Premises
A 22-year-old employee attached to President’s House has been arrested on suspicion of stealing a state-issued firearm from the building. Read more.
Sint Maarten Carnival Is On: No ‘Jump-Ups’
Sint Maarten Carnival has been confirmed to be held in 2021.   The Council of Ministers has given the green Read more.
Posthumous Rebel Sixx Album Released
A posthumous album by Rebel Sixx has been released.   Before his death, he started working on the 10 track Read more.
Another Covid-19 Death Recorded Today
The Health Ministry reports another Covid-19 death for a second consecutive day. The death toll from the virus now stands Read more.
Griffith Says Police Will Have “Flexible” Approach To Virtual Carnival Events
Commissioner of Police, Gary Griffith, says the Trinidad and Tobago Police Service will exercise some degree of flexibility in its Read more.
Keegan Miguel- The Phenomenal Stage Manager Behind This Year’s Sekon Sunday
“It was beautiful chaos.” This is how Keegan Miguel describes his experience being the man tasked with handling the technical