A gas explosion that caused a fire near Trinidad's capital has injured 13 people, including three reported in critical condition.
Trinidad's leader has fired her attorney general and the national security minister over allegations they participated in witness tampering.
In a televised address late Monday, Prime Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar said she could not determine the truth of the allegations against the two officials. But she said the accusations brought their offices "into disrepute."
Trinidad and Tobago is now fully compliant with the Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative (EITI) Standard, the global standard for transparency in the oil, gas and mining sectors.
An autopsy performed yesterday revealed that Television host Marcia Henville was beaten on the head, stabbed about the body, and her throat was slit.
Trinidad and Tobago's Former Senate president Emmanuel Carter died yesterday at the age of 85 in Miami, Florida, USA, where he had gone to visit his daughter for Christmas.
Students of the University of the West Indies in Trinidad this morning locked down the St Augustine Campus.
Trinidad and Tobago are today morning the loss of Former National Security Minister Martin Joseph, who according to reports drowned in the waters off Tobago on earlier today.
A Caribbean Airlines pilot is Trinidad and Tobago's first road fatality.
A video has emerged on Facebook showing a policeman slapping a man in a wheelchair, and a policewoman pushing his wheelchair downhill along a busy street in Trinidad.
A Prominent environmental activist in Trinidad who claims to have passed the 100-day mark of a hunger strike said he will reject medical intervention and keep protesting a highway project he says could hurt wetlands and remote villages.
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