Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley today sent correspondence to the Commissioner of Police, Gary Griffith and the Director of the Financial Intelligence Unit, Susan Francois requesting an investigation into the allegations of criminal conduct made against him and other persons by Member of Parliament for Oropouche East, Dr Roodal Moonilal in Parliament on Tuesday 09 October, 2018.
This was confirmed by the Office of the Prime Minister in a media release Thursday afternoon.
Police have arrested one man after discovering what appears to be a gun factory in east Trinidad.
Officers of the Northern Division Task Force, acting on information received, went to Mexico Road, Wallerfield, on Wednesday morning.
There, with assistance from the Canine Unit, they entered a shed where they discovered two shotguns, with 12 rounds of 12-gauge cartridges and a revolver with six rounds of ammunition.
In case you forgot, schools across Trinidad and Tobago will be closed tomorrow.
This is due to the annual National Convention of Teachers, which will be held from 9 am to 3 pm.
Friday is the Trinidad and Tobago Unified Teachers Association's Professional Day of Development.
The Ministry of Education advised last week, that as a result, all schools will remain closed as it has granted approval for the time off for teachers to attend the event.
The Communications Workers Union (CWU) is holding a candlelight vigil outside the Telecommunications Services of T&T’s head office on Edward Street, Port-of-Spain, this evening to counteract what it says is the "dark cloud" now hanging over the company.
In a text earlier today, the CWU invited members to attend a protest action from 4 pm to 6 pm and then a candlelight vigil just after from 6 pm to 7 pm.
Hurricane Michael has left a trail of destruction and has killed two people.
A CNN report states that Mexico Beach, Florida, is not just destroyed but for the most part, it's not there anymore.
It says that from a helicopter, one can see that many of the homes and hotels that populated this beachside town of about 1,200 are gone.
A few houses and other structures remain standing, but they're the exceptions.
Hurricane Michael's wind and storm surge ripped up buildings like posies and carried them inland.
Oilfields Workers’ Trade Union president general Ancel Roget is urging Petrotrin workers not to accept any termination packages from the company until an appeal of the matter is heard in the Appeal Court.
In an early morning text exchange with Guardian Media hours after Justice Appeal Charmaine Pemberton blocked the injunction awarded to the OWTU by the Industrial Court, Roget said he planned to advise the workers to not accept any package from the company "while the injunction appeal is being heard."
Petrotrin can resume termination of workers this morning after a High Court judge halted the injunction granted to the Oilfields’ Workers Trade Union hours ago.
Justice of Appeal Charmaine Pemberton blocked the injunction awarded by the Industrial Court around 11.32 last night and fixed the hearing to resume before a three-member panel of the Appeal Court for October 18.