Monteil's $17M loan
Posted: Sunday, August 19, 2012
Monteil's $17M loan
LOUIS Andre Monteil, the former PNM treasurer and CL Financial finance director, has taken out a $17 million banking facility with Republic Bank Limited, the majority-owned subsidiary of the State-controlled CL Financial Group, via Stone Street Capital Limited, the Monteil company which was at the centre of a controversial 2007 Home Mortgage Bank (HMB) share transaction.
THA defends $140M complex
Tobago House of Assembly (THA) Finance Secretary Dr Anselm London has accused the Tobago Organisation of the People (TOP) of trying to "fool the people" with its queries over an arrangement the THA has to house the Division of Agriculture/Marine Affairs/Marketing/Environment in a $140 million complex.
Former client seeks redress
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Shortage of security officers at Piarco, Tobago
New NFM chairman signs off on financial report
Despite being voted in without minister's knowledge...
Few knew Lalonde Gordon
It is no accident that few in Trinidad and Tobago knew who Lalonde Gordon was before he showed up in the London 2012 Olympic heats on August 4 for the first of a string of performances that led the quarter-miler to double Olympic bronze.
Drawing strength from Keshorn's win
TOCO-born Keshorn Walcott's stunning win in the Men's Javelin event at the 2012 Olympics has given the athletes in his hometown a shot in the arm that no store-bought energy booster can match.
Tobago to host motorcade to honour Olympians
Roberts: Let's focus on the good
Sports Minister Anil Roberts is predicting newly-crowned gold medalist Keshorn Walcott will break the Olympic record in this event at the 2016 games in Brazil, and at least two such medals from cyclist Njisane Philip.
Roberts promises $1.8b in sporting facilities
...we will fight for the resources says Sport Minister
PM pays tribute to predecessors
Bhoe: T&T can learn from India's experience
Bandit breaks into Ramdial's SUV
MEMBER of Parliament for Couva North Ramona Ramdial's car was broken into last Friday night by a thief who stole her purse containing $500, a pair of sunglasses and an empty Parliament bag while her vehicle was parked at Price Plaza, Chaguanas.
Residents: Richplain area 'neglected'
Prime Minister: Islam provides solace
Prime Minister Kamla Persad Bissessar broke fast at the Trinidad Muslim League, St Joseph on Friday evening.
Be thankful for respect, peace
President's Eid message
Rowley: Do what is right
OPPOSITION Leader Dr Keith Rowley is urging the population to use the occasion of Eid ul Fitr to "let us realign our nation by always doing what is morally right and by demanding the same of our leaders."
Best wishes for Eid
National Security Minister Jack Warner, speaking in his capacity as chairman of the United National Congress (UNC), has described Eid-ul-Fitr as "a priceless occasion for cultural exchange and understanding of one of the world's great religions."
EMA awaits new legislation to regulate hillside development
Toco people deserve better
Lighthouse, roads, bridges need repairs
Flood-hit Aranguez farmers cry neglect
Still reeling from the loss of thousands of dollars in crops in last Saturday's floods, Aranguez farmers say they have lost patience because the Government continues to disappoint and discourage them.
Centrin calls back laid-off employees
Workers at the Central Trinidad Steel Ltd (Centrin) were called back to work last Monday almost two months after were sent home by the company.
T&TEC electrician electrocuted
A 46-YEAR-old Penal electrician died yesterday after he was electrocuted while working on a lamp post at Point Fortin.
Flying T&T's flag high
Maker of national emblems celebrates
When almond trees grew where taxis now jostle
Everyman's medical Man Friday
Helping T&T men discover and survive prostate cancer
Raffique Shah: No political blight
Martin Daly: Head, heart and holidays
Andre Bagoo: Getting away with murder
Selwyn Ryan: Gallery of the 'Greats' Part II
Lennox Grant: Moonlight gambler bets on human-wave assault
Sunity Maharaj: A reward in more than gold
Richard Ramoutar: Border security, migration and criminality
Warner: No tears for armed criminals
National Security Minister Jack Warner has advised policemen not to "shed tears for armed criminals."
Known gang informer gunned down
A woman described as a gang informer and an Arima man were killed in separate incidents between early yesterday morning and midday.
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