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Posted: Friday, December 20, 2013

PM Christmas gift to T&T: 20% cut in prices of flour, oil, rice next Monday and Tuesday


Drop in prices of rice, flour and oil

...'This is real chaos'
AN announcement yesterday by Prime Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar of a 20 per cent rebate for retailers in the sale of rice, flour and oil

Price cut too close to Christmas
... grocery owners expressed frustration on the short notice to change the prices.

Accussed Child Abductor to Nation: I am Sorry
The 33-year-old suspect wanted in connection with the abduction of six-year-old Keyianna Noel yesterday apologised for putting her and her father Jasson through the ordeal

Petrotrin faces legal action from EMA
Oil spill reaches Chatham...

...Petrotrin engages three contractors to clean up

Sando fishermen seeking compensation
Petrotrin oil spill...

EMA: Evacuate children, babies, pregnant women
La Brea oil spill

Cadiz: Wrecks not easy to remove
REMOVING dozens of shipwrecks from the Gulf of Paria is no easy task as environmental and financial factors must first be settled

Venezuela's president calls for higher gas prices

Fuad: Medical campus to replace PoS city hospital
Port-of-Spain General Hospital is to be demolished

Pilferage a major problem in RHAs
Fuad hopes to streamline drug supplies…

Coudray: Four centres coming for at-risk kids
Government is to spend $191 million

$151M to convert convent into Court
CABINET yesterday approved an estimated $151 million to convert the former St Joseph's Convent in San Fernando into a new Family Court for the southern city.

$432M for 40,000 daily workers

Marker buoys placed at North Coast beaches
Tourism Ministry in safety drive...

3 of sextuplet babies stand up
The surviving three babies of the country's first sextuplets are nine-months-old and are now standing up.

No word on two missing men
THE Anti-Kidnapping Squad (AKS) is yet to receive any positive leads that could assist them in locating the two Malabar men who vanished on Saturday.

Child killer spared hangman's noose
Busy day for Appeal Court...

Soldier being probed: serious indecency towards girl, 12
A MEMBER of the Regiment is the subject of an investigation into an act of serious indecency towards a 12-year-old girl.

Music teacher on sex charge

STEPHON ACHIBAR, 69, of Suekeran Street, San Fernando, yesterday appeared before a magistrate charged with committing a grievous sexual assault on a 15-year-old girl

Man held for assault of boy 12, girl, 14
A 48-year-old Laventille man is expected to be charged with two counts of assault under the Children's Act after

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