Police are investigating the murder of a man at the corner of Prince and Frederick streets in Port-of-Spain.
Reports indicate the man had been chopped to death early Monday morning.
Crime scene investigators were still processing the scene during rush hour as thousands made their way to work.
Full details of the murder were not clear by 8am when this report was compiled.
Further updates will be made available when we get more.
Fire has damaged parts of a well known building in Port of Spain.
The building, located on Independence Square, was occupied by the Ministry of Social Development and other tenants.
It was evacuated shortly after 3pm, when smoke and flames were seen coming from inside.
Police are investigating the murder of a man on Clifton Street, Port-of-Spain this morning.
According to police reports, residents heard several loud explosions around 1 am Wednesday.
The body of a man was later discovered lying face-down in a drain bearing gunshot wounds.
Homicide officers are continuing investigations.
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The Ministry of Rural Development and Local Government is taking the national clean-up drive to Port-of-Spain this weekend.
The Ministry is asking residents to clean out their surroundings and put out their bulk and white waste on Friday evening as collection will take place over Saturday and Sunday.
Minister Kazim Hosein has also called for volunteers and corporate partners in the city of Port of Spain to get involved in the clean-up efforts.
Police are investigating a murder which took place in East Port-of-Spain around 10 am today.
According to reports, an unidentified man was driving west along Queen Street, between George and Charlotte Street when he was shot and killed.
Early reports are that the man was driving in his vehicle along Queen Street when he was approached by a group of men, who attempted to rob him.
The man was said to have struggled with the men and was able to drive away.
Several communities across northern Trinidad have been experiencing a thundershower for the last hour.
The showers started around 11.30 am until 12.30 pm and brought with it constant lightning and thundery activity.
It also caused water to accumulate in some parts of downtown Port-of-Spain.
Below is a video of some of the lightning capture from within CNC3.
The All Trinidad General Workers’ Trade Union (ATGWTU) and the National Solidarity Assembly (NSA) will stage a march in Port-of-Spain on Friday to highlight what they say are several issues of national importance.
The march, which the ATGWTU says will start at 10 am at the Queens Park Savannah, will end at the Office of the Prime Minister where they will deliver a letter outlining their concerns.
The union has outlined the issues contained in the letter as follows:
1. Outstanding lands and leases owed to the Ex-Caroni Workers;
Anti-narcotics officers in India have arrested three persons, including a Nigerian, and seized drugs worth $3 million (T&T currency) as they unearthed an alleged drug racket being run with supply coming from foreign shores.
Officials said the action was carried out by the Delhi zonal unit of the Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB) after they intercepted an incoming foreign parcel that contained 500 gms of cocaine.
NCB officials, they said, found that the Nigerian was the alleged kingpin of the racket with aid from two locals.
The Water and Sewerage Authority says there will be more water shortages for Port-of-Spain customers over a 22-hour period beginning tonight.
The Authority has issued the following statement on the disruptions.
"The Water and Sewerage Authority advises customers in parts of Port-of-Spain and environs that there will be a disruption in their water supply from 8:00 p.m. tonight – Tuesday 2nd August to 6:00 p.m. on Wednesday 3rd August 2016.