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Posted: Wednesday, September 28, 2016

Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley: Persad-Bissessar, who failed to do her work when in Government, "now inciting the United States to hurt us, by attempting to engage the (US) ambassador publicly on matters where she is failing to do her duty in the Parliament."

December 31 deadline for FATCA compliance
IRS document discloses

...Rowley's response unbecoming, says Tewarie use executive power to launch an assault on the Opposition over the Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act (FATCA)

Kamla: FATCA, presidential scandal all budget distractions

Estrada working with US Treasury and TT Govt on FATCA

Nidco recovers $920M from OAS
... pursuant to the contract for the highway extension which OAS signed with Nidco under the former People's Partnership (PP) government, the company received an advance payment of $856 million which was ten percent above market standards

Met Office: Brace for heavy rains

Weather forecasters: T&T OK

Kamla threatens protest if children's hospital not opened
If Government does not commit to opening the Couva Children's Hospital in the Budget 2016/2017 announcement on Friday, the UNC will stage a massive protest

Baby born with microcephaly
The Ministry of Health has announced the birth of a baby with microcephaly, but it could not be attributed to the Zika virus at this stage.

Wanted fugitive deported to TT
A 43-YEAR-OLD man on 23 fraud charges including money laundering, who fled to the US in May 2013, was deported to this country on Monday along with 13 other Trinidadians.

Save Tobago tourism, begs hotelier

Pedestrian restriction on PBR at Curepe Junction
PEDESTRIANS will no longer be allowed to cross the Priority Bus Route (PBR) at the Curepe Junction to improve road safety.

TTARP: Take a stand against ageism
THE Trinidad and Tobago Association of Retired Persons (TTARP) is calling on Government, the private sector and other organisations to adopt a policy of respect and humane treatment towards senior citizens

Sparrow: Clinton just getting started
THE MIGHTY Sparrow, real name Slinger Francisco, is eagerly awaiting the next two debates between US presidential candidates Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump.

Autopsies postponed for 4 murder victims
Pathologist on emergency leave

Man sacrifices self to save family
Bandits kill Cepep contractor

Gasparillo businessman murdered
A robbery in Gasparillo ended in death on Monday night as two gunmen held up a 37-year old businessman and his wife, at their home.

'Bring his killer to justice'
Indranath Harry­lal was a worker at the Forestry Division who worked part-time as a private-hire (PH) taxi-driver so he could make ends meet for his family.

Tears over body of man found in Valencia
TEARS flowed yesterday at the Forensic Science Centre, St James as relatives of a 28-year-old man positively identified his body which was found in Valencia on Monday night

Preying on pensioners
13 months jail for PH driver

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