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Jamaica, Haiti, Cuba brace for Matthew
Posted: Sunday, October 2, 2016

Jamaica, Haiti, Cuba brace for Matthew
CAL cancels flights as...

Trinis at Mona campus in Jamaica bracing for hurricane

Imbert cuts Pres allocation
Less $$ for entertainment and overseas travel...

Moonilal: 182 minutes of blame game

Rowley to citizens: Wean yourself off the Government

IN a strident defence of the $53.4 billion 2016/2017 Budget, Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley declared there must be a radical change in the attitude of the population if the country

London on budget: Tobagonians are resilient

Tobago gets $2.4 Billion
Tobago has been allocated an estimated $2.4 billion of the national budget and the Tobago Chapter of the Trinidad and Tobago Chamber of Industry and Commerce has noted the sum is manageable.

7% online rate 'hurts'
Finance Minister Colm Imbert last Friday announced that the seven percent tax on online shopping will take effect from October 20.

Rich can find loopholes to evade taxes—Watson

Special treatment for Laventille teachers

'Frida, don't leave me'
Frida Goodridge, 32, from Second Drive, Mt D'Or, was shot and killed at Mt Hope Road, Champs Fleurs yesterday morning.

Maxi drivers to discuss price hike

More $$ for Police Service
EXPENDITURE for the Police Service has increased from $2,252,885,300 in 2016 to $2,884,830 from 2016 to 2017.

I survived with help
"Reject the stigma, seek support." That is the one message, former chemistry teacher Caron Asgarali, 50, a victim of gun violence

Cancer Society hails 15% cigarette tax
The Trinidad and Tobago Cancer Society welcomes the 15 percent tax increase on tobacco, which will take effect on October 20, 2016

EARS to the ground
Although October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, there is an NGO that works with survivors of all forms of the diseases.

Bakr: Swap Venezuelan prisoners to free Trinis
While applauding Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley and the PNM administration for good diplomatic relations with Venezuela through the provision of food stuff earlier in the year

56 immigrants held in police exercise
Fifty-six illegal immigrants were detained on Friday night and early yesterday in an exercise carried out by officers of the Northern Division

Man chops wife, hangs self
Police said around 6.50 am, Lyle Herbert, 58, a WASA employee of Baldeo Avenue, Longdenville, chopped his estranged wife several times about the head and upper body.

TTSPCA head: Lock up animal abusers

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