Monday Apr 14
Caribbean News Now!
New ferry for Trinidad and Tobago
PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad -- An additional inter-island ferry will soon be available for passengers to travel back and forth between the sister isles of Trinidad and Tobago.
T&T has lost brave and fearless soldier'
TRINIDAD and Tobago has lost "a brave and fearless soldier", former government minister, Pam Nicholson, said yesterday on Wednesday's passing of former president and prime minister Arthur NR Robinson.
Arthur NR Robinson, former President and Prime Minister, passes
In this 1987 photo from Guardian's archives, then prime minister ANR Robinson shakes hands with Basdeo Panday who was a member of his NAR Cabinet.
Seeking - emergency rights' in Caricom
THE sudden death in Trinidad and Tobago last Thursday of a 35-year-old Guyanese visitor who was on holiday with his common-law wife, has dramatically brought to public attention the urgent need to correct a serious weakness or deficiency in the Revised Treaty governing the functioning of the Caribbean Community.
Paula: PM made diplomat misstep
Point Fortin MP Paula Gopee Scoon has described as an "unfortunate diplomatic embarrassment" the repudiation of a public announcement by Prime Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar, on the intention of Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe to visit Trinidad and Tobago.
All about archaeology
Four full days of work on archaeological sites located around the northern range valleys of Lopinot and Caura were only just enough to whet the appetites of participants in the Archaeological Management Field Training Class initiated by the National Trust of Trinidad and Tobago.
Saudi investors on 5-day visit
A group of potential investors from Saudi Arabia are in Trinidad and Tobago to explore new business with this country.