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Posted: Saturday, April 26, 2014

Government will be hard pressed to recover some US$400 million (TT$3 billion) of taxpayers' money lost in the controversial Petrotrin World Gas to Liquids (WGTL) project under the former PNM

Minister, in response to 12-year-old who posted indecent photos of herself on Facebook, says environment needs to change

Fans miss out on top T&T soca act: No Bunji to blaze Tobago jazz fire
Citing "disrespect"and "poor organisation,"Ian "Bunji Garlin"Alvarez and his band the Asylum Vikings last night pulled out of the annual Tobago Jazz Experience

Imbert: Newsletter proves Chadeesingh was chairman
Super Industrial Services (SIS) newsletter confirms that Chadeesingh was chairman of SIS in October 2010.

'SIS contract reeks of bid-rigging'
If the billion-dollar Beetham waste water treatment plant project is terminated, Super Industrial Services (SIS) can still walk away with millions without doing any work, says Opposition MP Colm Imbert.

Roodal: Rowley must clear air
In Parliament

Griffith on leaked PCA document: No action can be taken against anyone implicated

CCTV footage may show 4 arsonists
Fire destroys India Expo

Mayor takes measures to prevent dengue, virus
San Fernando mayor Kazim Hosein has started to remove derelict vehicles from the city.

CSO and Ministry of the People conduct poverty survey
Information will be compiled in a report on the living conditions of 7,000 people in T&T

PNM losing ground despite election victories—Penny

US govt official coming
United States Assistant Secretary of State for International Narcotics and Law Enforcement Affairs (INL) William R Brownfield will visit Trinidad and Tobago on Monday and Tuesday.

Shanghai to deal with NAPA/SAPA issues
Chinese contractor which oversaw construction of both academies - Shanghai Construction - has given an undertaking to address, at no additional cost, any issues which relate to workmanship or quality of materials used.

Fire on St Ann's hills
FIRE officers yesterday had to battle a major blaze on the hills of St Ann's which had threatened houses in the area.

Petrotrin gets more fish dumping reports
Petrotrin yesterday sent up aerial surveillance aircraft to investigate information that 17,000 pounds of mullet had been dumped off the coast near La Brea

No stop work notice issued but Company halts project at base of Sando hill

NCBA: Carnival 2014 issues closed
The controversy between Carnival bandleaders and the National Carnival Bands Association (NCBA) seems to be a closed chapter

Traffic disruption in PoS
WASA: there will be traffic restrictions from Monday to Friday next week along the eastbound lane of the Beetham Highway in the vicinity of Abattoir Road, near the Central Market.

Search for 3 in robbery during traffic
The police are currently searching for three men who held up a delivery truck on Thursday afternoon and stole nine television sets valued at an estimated $40,000.

Homeless man rapes woman
Waiting for a taxi...

2 dead: residents find men gunned down
Murder toll for the year to date has been pushed to 143

WPC on 100 fraud charges
Defrauded the TT Police Service of $400,000

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