OWTU speaks on Refinery sale

The announcement took many people by surprise, when the government selected the OWTU owned 'Patriotic Energies and Technologies Limited' as the preferred bidder for the oil refinery. The union now has until the 20th of this month to submit a business plan. How far along the is the union with this plan and if signed on the dotted line, where will the financing come from?

TTPS Information Drive- Neighbourhood Watch Groups

We've all heard the term "be your neighbour's keeper". In a society where safety and security is now a necessity, Acting Superintendent Wayne Mystar shared some tips on how we can better look out for each other.

TTUTA to march for improved salaries

The association representing the nation's teachers are saying enough is enough. They are no longer willing to work under outdated salaries. Teachers are asked at assemble today from 12:30 PM at the Brian Lara Promenade as the Trinidad and Tobago Unified Teachers Association is calling for the start of negotiations.

Central Farmers' Association

The Central Farmers' Association filed a court action on the September 18th, calling for the opening of the facility known as the Central Farmers' Market situate at Perseverance Road, Woodford Lodge, Chaguanas. The organisation of over 200 farmers say they have petitioned NAMDEVCO and the Ministry of Agriculture for over a year and now the matter, has gone to the court.


Some two years and four months after Prime Minister Rowley announced in June, 2017, that this country cannot afford to pay $200 million to a foreign contractor to maintain four Augusta Westland 139 helicopters, they remain grounded.

"It's gone miles away"! If that phrase sounds familiar, you're one of may T20 fans who know the chirpy and bubbly cricket television commentator Danny Morrison.