MONTEGO BAY, Jamaica August 21, 2018 - ONE of the most powerful earthquakes measuring 6.9 on the Richter Scale, rocked Trinidad and Tobago at 5.31 p.m. this afternoon, causing damage to property but no life was lost.
PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad, August 6, 2018 - Prime Minister last night advised President Paula-Mae Weekes to revoke Edmund Dillon’s appointment as National Security Minister and replace him with Communications Minister Stuart Young.
Trinidad and Tobago's Government has announced plans to create an inter-ministerial committee tasked with organizing town hall meetings throughout the Caribbean country to discuss and debate the decriminalization and legalization of marijuana or cannabis.
WASHINGTON DC, July 6, 2018 - The International Monetary Fund, IMF, says The Trinidad and Tobago economy is recovering from a prolonged recession driven by energy supply shocks, and is expected to return to positive growth in 2018 as the recovery takes hold in the non-energy sector.
MONTEGO BAY, Jamaica July 5, 2018- Against the background discussions surrounding the free movement of CARICOM nationals at the Heads of Government meeting being held in Montego Bay, the Jamaica Observer newspaper is reporting yet another Jamaican complaining of inhumane treatment by immigration authorities after being denied entry to Trinidad and Tobago on Sunday.
PORT OF SPAIN, June 17, 2018 - “Our objective in the Caribbean should be to take a page from the Canadian experience, where credit union members enjoy, in many provinces, higher levels of deposit protection than that which is available to commercial bank customers,” says Trinidad and Tobago's prime minister Dr Keith Rowley as he addressed regional credit union members in Trinidad