Sky-gazers were treated to a rare lunar eclipse known as a super blood wolf moon on Sunday night, in which sunlight passing through Earth's atmosphere lit the celestial body in a dramatic fashion and turned it red.
Many of you took your own photos and some have shared with us.
Here are a few:
(You can also share your photos with us via email - [email protected], as a message on our Facebook page - CNC3Television or via the My Eye feature on the CNC3 App and we'll also [post them here)
An ancient volcano on T&T's Southern anticline at Palo Seco is now active, expelling thick flows of mud and oil from a vent.
Unknown to many, the Anglais Point Mud Volcano is situated on Trinidad's south coast, a few miles from Beach camp, Palo Seco.
However, even though the volcano has been actively expelling thick flows from its core, geologists believe there is no danger as the liquid expulsion does not mean the start of an impending eruption.
The Met Office has officially declared the start of the dry season and has issued warning on how to approach it.
The announcement was made via the following statement today:
"The Trinidad and Tobago Meteorological Service (TTMS) is officially declaring the start of the 2019 Dry Season as the climatic patterns and changes in features are indicative of the region having transitioned to a much drier state. Assessment of the criteria necessary for the onset of the Dry Season shows that the conditions have been met and are now entrenched.
An acreage of the swamp about 15 feet deep, infested by caimans, snakes and mosquitoes has developed on the outskirts of a village in La Romaine, causing disease and destruction.
The swamp was created during the construction of the Solomon Hochoy highway extension from San Fernando to Oropouche near the Mosquito Creek in La Romaine.
Around 10 am on Thursday, the residents staged a demonstration at the edge of a swamp at Murli Street, calling on Works Minister Rohan Sinanan to bring in equipment immediately to clean their community.
The Environmental Management Authority (EMA) is not aware of claims made by a Cedros councillor, that wastewater from Heritage Petroleum Company is flowing into the Gulf of Paria.
Contacted for comment yesterday, communications officer at the EMA Kevon Gervais said EMA permits were issued to Petrotrin previously which were to be transferred to the new company.
“The EMA is not aware of any untreated effluent, separate and apart from permits previously issued to Petrotrin,” Gervais said.
Wastewater from the Heritage Tank Farm, formerly known as the Trinmar Tank Farm is entering the Gulf of Paria affecting fishermen from Point Ligore to Icacos, Cedros Councillor Shankar Teelucksingh said on Monday.
Teelucksingh was speaking to Guardian Media after meeting with the fishermen at his office in Cedros.
The Met Office has issued a hazardous seas warning for the period 2.08 pm today to 11 am on Wednesday.
The warning says that strong low-level winds are agitating sea conditions to the North and East of Trinidad and around Tobago with waves near 2.5 metres, occasionally reaching 3 metres in open waters, resulting in hazardous conditions nearshore.
It adds that long period swells are also expected to aid in hazardous nearshore conditions during the 2nd January, 2019.
This is the second hazardous seas alert in the last week.
Australian High Commissioner to Trinidad and Tobago John Pilbeam has invited the Government of Trinidad and Tobago to become a member of the International Coral Reef Initiative (ICRI).
The invitation came at a meeting with Minister of Planning and Development, Camille Robinson-Regis.
The International Coral Reef Initiative is an informal partnership between Nations and organizations which strives to preserve coral reefs and related ecosystems around the world.