|EBC postpones data collection project amid protests by opposition parties.
|Dead woman had argument with man hours before body discovered in same apartment. Man tells police they argued about a hickey on her body.
| Over 700,000 driver's permits to be renewed in exercise targeting fraudulent permits. Transport Commissioner, Clive Clarke, has stated fraudulent permits are in the hands of Venezuelans and other non-citizens.
|Health Minister Terrence Deyalsingh speaks out against Covid-19 mandates protests at the Queen's Park Savannah. The Minister, however, had no comment on the Angostura promotion featuring music trucks that drove around the nation's capital, Port of Spain, featuring scantily clad women in Carnival costumes.
|Police warn that those who delivberately violate Public Health Regulations shall feel the brunt of the law. Thus far over 21,000 tickets have been issued to violators.
|San Fernando East Member of Parliament, Brian Manning, has tested positive for Covid-19 and is currently warded in a High Dependency Unit (HDU). His wife, media exexcutive Shelly Dass, also tested positive and is quarantined.
|Chief Medical Officer Dr Roshan Parasram warns that data suggests Omicron variant causes severe illness in people under the age of 5 and those over age 60.
|A 37 yo man alledges that he was adjusting his clothes and shot a 28 yo woman in restaurant in the wee hours of Sunday morning. Police have seized the spent shell and firearm.
|Cyclist Nicholas Paul finished joint fifth at the inaugural International Cycling Union (UCI) Champions League
|Prison officers seize over a dozen illegal phones from inmates of the Wayne Jackson Building at the Maximum Security Prison, Arouca.
|Covid-19 daily hits record high. Positive cases up by 984 . An additional 17 deaths were also reported.
|Former medical director, Dr Anand Chatoorgoon urges members of the public to get Covid-19 vaccination. He stated: 'It punishes before it kills you.' Of the over 500 patients he has seen, 3 have died of heart attacks after experiencing severe chest pain.
|Central Bank's Monetary Policy report for November 2021 states that food inflation increased to 5.8% in September 2021, and warns that prolonged international supply chain disruptions likely to significantly increase domestic inflationary pressure.
|PM Dr Keith Rowley concerned that confidential documents have been illegally provided to the UNC and states that the Tobago property in question is declared with the Integrity Commission.
|Montano's Chocolate open new factory in Arouca. The company sucessfully accessed $250,000 in grant funding, and has been working with ExportTT in their export thrust and plans to expand to the regional market.
| Lystra Irving, an accounting assistant at the cashier's unit of Inland Revenue Division, has been charged with misbehaviour in public office involving the falsification of government records and misappropriating $1.49M of cash belonging to the State. Bail was granted at $1.5M.
|Disgraced former Commission of Police, Gary Griffith, insists that MPs would choose him as Commissioner of Police again.
|Popular sports presenter and administrator Anthony Harford has passed away.
|Following dissatisfaction expressed by the Progressive Democratic Patriots, the Elections and Boundaries Commission shall today conduct a live demonstration of new technology to be used for the Tobago House of Assembly election carded for December 6.
|West Indies lose again to Sri Lanka resulting in a 2-0 Test series loss.
|- Brawl in Tobago Mall captured on tape. Watson Duke supporters charged.
|- PM Keith Rowley on murders and threats to prison officers - 'We will do everything possible to secure them and their families.'.
|- Guyanese President, Irfaan Ali, calls for regional trade barries to be removed at Trinidad and Tobago Manufacturer's Association (TTMA) Dinner and Awards funtion.
|- Prison Officers Association (POA) speaks out against 'release' sent out by an inmate of the Wayne Jackson Building at the Maximum Security Prison in Arouca following recent murders and attacks on prison officers.
|- WHO says much remains unknown with Omicron variant. Urges against complacency.
|- Cuba has begun developing it's Soberana Plus vaccine with the Omicron RGB protein. To date, more than 81% of Cuba's population is fully vaccinated.
|- SWRHA reminds public of free Covid-19 testing availablity at 6 health centers located in Freeport, Fyzabad, La Brea, Lengua, Penal and Pleasantville.
|- Myra Jogie, 38, believes Sinopharm vaccine and healthcare workers saved her life after she contracted Covid-19 and spent weeks at the Intensive Care Unit (ICU).
|- Ministry of Education to reveal school reopening plans next week.
|- US reduces Covid-19 travel policy. Testing down from 72 hours to 24 hours.
|- 200,000 people in TT are unbankable, so says International Financial Cented (TTIFC) CEO, John Outridge.
|- Track and Field athlete Jehue Gordon takes up role as a director at the NAAA.
|- APEX Official Airline Ratings give Four-Star rating to Caribben Airlines (CAL). CAL's CEO, Garvin Medera stated that the award is motivating.
|- Siparia man found guilty of 2006 brush cutter attack. He is scheduled to be sentenced on January 5, 2022.
|19 more recorded Covid-19 deaths. Official count now stands af 2134.
|Coast Guard commissions two patrol boats. The vessels, named TTS Port-of-Spain and TTS Scarborough, were built in Australia.
|National Gas Company (NGC) downgraded to BA2 by Moody.
|Prisons Officer Nigel Jones murdered. Jones is the second officer assigned to the Wayne Jackson Building at the Maximum Security Building in Arouca, to be murdered within a four day period.
|Barbados becomes a Republic 55 years after gaining its Independence from Britain in 1966.
|Newly formed group, Open Schools TT, stages protest around Queens Park Savannah. They believe schools could open safely.
|Kenwyne Jones, former captain of the men's senior national football team, has been appointed coach of the senior women's football team.
|The National Association of Athletic Administrations (NAAA) has a new executive. Former acting president, George Comissiong, has been elected President.