PSA sounds warning to Government

Public Service Association President Watson Duke says most public servants are unable to live on their current salaries. Mr. Duke went live via his Facebook page yesterday and joined us this morning on set.

IMA Career Fair and Symposium

Young People residing in the Western parts of Trinidad will have the opportunity to benefit from a career fair hosted by the Institute of Marine Affairs on Wednesday. It takes place at the Carenage Fishing Centre from 12:30 p.m. - 3:00 p.m. This will be followed by a Community Research Symposium from 4:30 p.m. also hosted by the Institute. The events are aimed at bringing awareness to the possible careers and livelihoods in the sector.

Business Breakfast

We are only days away from the biggest trade show in the region hosted by the Trinidad and Tobago Manufacturers' Association. TIC 2017 runs from July 4th-7th at the Centre of Excellence with a host of activities occurring.

Kids weight loss camp

Leah Lewis, CEO and Principal Consultant for To'ren Healthcare Consultancy joined us on set. They are hosting a camp for kids to help deal with the issue of childhood obesity. It's the second edition and runs from July 8th - August 16th.

From SEA to Secondary School

The results of the Secondary Entrance Assessment Examination have been released, once again sparking public debate over the process of the exam. Now, these children and parents are getting ready for a very important transitional period.


Former High Court judge Herbert Volney has broken his silence on the emailgate enquiry which has ended with the Deputy Director of Public Prosecutions advising that there is no evidence to warrant that anyone be charged.

Attorney General Faris Al Rawi has sought to enlighten students at the Arthur Lok Jack School Business about some of the reasons for a change in public procurement and disposal of property practices...

Tobago police arrested another female employee of the Unit Trust Corporation (UTC) Tobago, in connection with the fraud investigation.