The budget for the Ministry of National Security is being reduced by $100 million as a decision has been taken not to renew the current contract that relates to CCTV cameras.
A child has died after falling off a balcony in Maloney.
A child is now in a stable but critical state at the Mount Hope hospital after falling over a balcony in the housing estate in Maloney.
T&T better be ready for a female Commissioner of Police in the future as more and more women are applying to enter into the T&T Police Service (TTPS), and five have already reached the executive level of the service.
A substantial part of the population of Trinidad & Tobago (T&T) may live in areas that are called Food Deserts. Food Deserts are typically urban neighbourhoods or rural towns without easy access to fresh, healthy and affordable food. Instead of supermarkets or grocery stores, these communities are usually served with fast-food or convenience stores.
A Special Forces soldier, a police officer and a former security head are expected to be interviewed by officers of the Anti-Corruption and Investigations Bureau (ACIB) into the shooting of Dillian Johnson who was shot outside his home on December 3rd, 2017.
Police say they uncovered a crack coacine lab in Carapichaima and have arrested one man.
A Carapichaima man was arrested and a quantity of crack cocaine and other items seized by officers of the Chaguanas CID and Central Division Task Force, during an anti-crime exercise conducted in the district, yesterday.
Reports indicate that around 1 Monday morning residents of Mt Hope Extension heard several loud explosions.
Soca songstress Fay Ann Lyons-Alvarez has taken over the management of this year's International Soca Monarch competition.
Narise Maharajh looks out the window of her kitchen.
Almost three years ago, a fire destroyed her home at Centeno Trace, San Francique. A candle caused the blaze as she had no electricity in the small structure.
Attorney Gerald Ramdeen, centre at head table, speaks to fishermen during the meeting at the Cedros Community Centre on Saturday. Second from right is Cedros councillor Shankar Teelucksingh.
COURTESY SHANKAR TEELUCKSINGH
Concerned that government initiatives could cripple the fishing industry, fishermen are uniting and mobilising to take action to avert this crisis.
Minister of Energy and Energy Industries Franklin Khan, responds to a question during the sitting of Parliament on Friday.
OFFICE OF THE PARLIAMENT
The calculation of back pay owed to former Petrotrin non-permanent workers is expected to be completed by Tuesday.
Dr Keith Rowley
That’s the question several senior legal practitioners are asking following a lack of response so far from Prime Minister Keith Rowley on the Law Association’s (LATT) report concerning allegations against Chief Justice Ivor Archie.