Five houses are slowly sinking into a precipice at Diamond Village, San Fernando, leaving residents frightened for their lives.
The landslip, triggered by a leaking water main, has forced some families to abandon the lower sections of their home.
The body of a 13-year-old boy who was reported missing has been discovered among some bushes in Cashew Gardens, Longdenville.
Police are currently on the scene.
There is as yet no reports on the cause of death.
Earlier today, police issued a statement asking for the public's help in locating Joash Pantin.
Pantin, of Cashew Gardens, Longdenville, was last seen at around 7:30 pm, December 1st.
He was reported missing to the Longdenville Police Post, on December 1st by his mother and grandmother.
Minister of State in the Ministry of Education Dr Lovell Francis has warned that Trinidad and Tobago is facing a "watershed" economic moment and must develop its human capital if it is to prevent economic ruin.
Speaking at Tobago's second consultation on the Draft Education Policy Paper 2017-2012 at the Victor E. Bruce Financial Complex in Scarborough on Tuesday, November 27, Lovell said the country's educators must create a policy to drive economic change.
Tobago’s water supply is set to be significantly increased by the end of the year 2019 with the commencement of upgrade works on the Hillsborough Dam, Mt. St George, Tobago, the THA Division of Settlements Urban Renewal and Public Utilities said yesterday.
The dam which was commissioned in 1952, has been the major source of drinking water for the island of Tobago, having the largest water storage capacity on the island.
However, for a significant period of time, the dam has been storing thirty percent below its intended capacity of 220 million gallons of water.
Works and Transport Minister Rohan Sinanan is being urged to repair a landslip on the Soledad Road in Claxton Bay which is threatening a mosque and a primary school.
The earth movement, which began about a months ago, had already claimed three-quarter of the road in front of the mosque.
It has also created a dangerous situation for residents and pupils of the nearby Mount Pleasant Government Primary School who traverse the road on a daily basis.