Political Landscape

Port of Spain South Member of Parliament Marlene Mc Donald no longer holds the post of Deputy Political Leader of the PNM. The MP is one of four who were charged on Monday. Ms. Mc Donald was unable to attend matter in court on Monday due to health challenges, she is still warded at hospital.

We invited Minister in the Ministry of the Attorney General Fitzgerald Hinds to talk about this and, the issue of prison reform. This government began consultations in 2016 , the previous government appointed a special committee but still no reform as yet. We have ad two prison-breaks in 2019 and are yet to get closure from the one in July 2015.

Focus on the Family

Being a parent comes with its challenges and it could be even more intimidating, if you have a child with special needs. It's time for our Focus On The Family segment and today we are talking about Children With Special Needs.

Friendly Societies week of activities

The Friendly Societies and Fraternal Orders Division is hosting a week of activities which will conclude on Saturday. The division falls under the Ministry of Labour and Small Enterprise Development. Well what exactly is a friendly society? Find out more.

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Interactive, vibrant, informative; that in part describes the Carifesta XIV Envision Youth Village. From the workshops to the performances, young people are foremost and centre of this particular event.

A forensic investigation and self-reflection has already begun by the Coaching staff of this country's U17 water polo team in the wake of their splish splashy performance at the UANA Water Polo Championships.

Over 100 taxi drivers who ply the San Fernando to Port of Spain and San Fernando to Chaguanas routes withheld their services for a few hours on Thursday morning.

CCTV footage to be admissible in court and facial recognition software to be rolled out. Two technological advancements announced by the Attorney General, that will go a long way in safeguarding citizens against crime and criminality.

To say President of the Public Services Association Watson Duke is upset with the prime minister's comments about public servants, would be a huge understatement.