Posted: Monday, December 23, 2013
An international oil spill management company is expected to spearhead the national response to several disastrous oil spills
OIL SPILL SOS
Minister: Foreign assistance to be used in clean-up operations
US help for La Brea spill
A soldier, a businessman, a teenage son, a father, and an unknown man
3 shot dead outside bar
Soldier among victims
Teen among three killed in drive-by shooting
Man shot dead; diesel racket link suspected
Murder of an employee of United Independent Petroleum Marketing Company Limited (Unipet)
Supermarket reports rush for 20% rebate items
ODPM on high alert, says Ramroop
THE Office of Disaster Preparedness and Management (ODPM) will be among the agencies monitoring an oil spill that has impacted large areas in Trinidad's south-western peninsula
Roget puts blame on Petrotrin bosses
As oil spill wreaks havoc in La Brea...
Fisherfolk tell of 'black Christmas'
Wants speedy compensation process
TT second wealthiest in region
Trinidad and Tobago is the second wealthiest Caribbean country according to the World Bank.
Motor Authority due next June
The proposed Motor Vehicle Authority (MVA) to replace the existing Licensing Division Office is expected to come on stream by September next year
Five bills take priority next year
Insurance and procurement legislation, the Development of Land, Beverage Container and Bail bills
Devant: Smugglers bringing in goats, pigs from Venezuela
Food Production Minister Senator Devant Maharaj has requested the intervention of National Security Minister Gary Griffith to look into the smuggling of goats and pigs from Venezuela.
Happy days at Naps in the fifties
Man's leg amputated after beaten, robbed
A Mayaro man had his leg amputated after being beaten and robbed while carrying out Christmas shopping last week in Tobago.
Caparo man shot in both legs
A 35-year-old Caparo man was shot in both legs as he arrived home around 9 pm on Friday
Keyianna suspect 'frightened, crying'
THE 36-year-old man who allegedly kidnapped six-year-old Keyianna Noel from he family's home last Tuesday is "real frightened" to surrender to police
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