Staff members evacuate the Hall of Justice.
The Hall of Justice had to be evacuated shortly after 1 pm on Thursday after smoke was detected in the building.
us embassy port of spain
Effective immediately, persons seeking to renew their United States visas will no longer be required to go through an interview process, as long as they do not wait a full year to do so.
Candice Catalina Santana
Former Health Minister Dr Fuad Khan has apologised to masquerader Candice Santana for his offensive tone and comments, but she is not accepting it.
Trinidad Petroleum Holdings Company (TPH) chairman Wilfred Espinet yesterday refused to comment on an international article which states the reformatted company is seeking over a billion dollar in loans.
Passengers walk through the Piarco International Airport yesterday, hours after the US announced it had grounded all Boeing 737 Max aircraft worldwide.
Scores of people hoping to get to Miami from Piarco International Airport were getting ready to board their flight around 3 pm yesterday when they were turned back and told to leave the departure gate.
The Education Ministry will need over $5 billion to complete 161 schools whose construction are still incomplete - plus it also needs whistleblower law and policies to prevent nepotism in agencies under its purview.
Confused motorists try to navigate along Railway Road, Sangre Grande yesterday as a new traffic plan went into effect.
A new traffic plan implemented in Sangre Grande left scores of drivers confused and resulted in traffic gridlock stretching as far as Valencia on Wednesday.
Murder victim Donald Parks
Tobago House of Assembly Chief Secretary Kelvin Charles says he is confident police will move swiftly to arrest those responsible for the murder of businessman Donald Parks.
The packages of marijuana police claimed they found in the ice tub.
A fisherman and an offshore worker were granted bail totaling $1.6 million after they appeared in court charged with possession of 16 kilogrammes of marijuana for the purpose of trafficking.
In an effort to meet the requirements of the United Nations Paris agreement on climate change, this country is piloting a Knowledge Management System (KMS) to monitor its greenhouse gas emissions.
Richard Burgess of Heritage Petroleum Company Limited asks a question during the Energy luncheon.
Although it may be costly for exploration and production companies to carry out the necessary seismic survey on Trinidad’s southern marine acreage, Heritage Petroleum’s offshore lead Richard Burgess says it remains a valuable asset which the company will turnaround.
Nurse Rubina Chaitoo, left, informs the public about Peritoneal Dialysis during World Kidney Day hosted by the South/West Regional Health Authority, yesterday.
The notion that renal failure is a death sentence should be a thing of the past as patients in T&T are living strong for up to 20 years after being diagnosed with the deadly disease. The message was soothing for those who attended the South West Regional Health Authority’s World Kidney Day function at the San Fernando General Hospital yesterday.
Justice Vasheist Kokaram
A High Court judge has ordered the immediate release of a man from Antigua and Barbuda whose deportation was delayed for over five months as he is awaiting trial for a series of fraud and larceny charges.