Govt owes NGC $1.8B
Posted: Tuesday, October 18, 2016
Govt owes NGC $1.8B
THE National Gas Company (NGC) is owed $322 million by the Government to repay a loan to TTEC...
Man jumps on vehicle as cop tows it away
Taken for a wrecker ride
A MAN who refused to leave his wrecked vehicle sat on the bonnet yesterday while the police wrecker towed it to the impound yard at Sea Lots.
ANGER OVER PAY
Education Minister Anthony Garcia and Minister in the Education Ministry Dr Lovell Francis met with a group of approximately 150 Early Childhood Care (ECCE) protestors outside of the Ministry's offices.
Brooks refutes Kamla's claim
NATIONAL Gas Company (NGC) chairman Gerry Brooks flatly denies claims of improper ownership of shares in Phoenix Park Gas Processors (TTNGL)
TTEC: We know our duty
THE Trinidad and Tobago Electricity Commission (T&TEC), says it is fully aware of its duty to society as regards nation building and has always given due consideration to requests for extensions for recreation ground lighting
Plans to test all pregnant women
Deyalsingh: $1,968 for one Zika test
Deyalsingh said every pregnant woman who had symptoms was tested for Zika.
Health Minister: No shortage of cancer drugs come 2017
Sat not happy with Divali $$
Warner does not get his way
...not be allowed to adduce expert evidence on American law
Court of Appeal begins hearing of UNC petitions
Lawyers for the United National Congress (UNC) yesterday began presenting submissions in its appeal of a decision by a High Court Judge
Indarsingh warns of job losses
EXPECT job cuts in the staff of the Ministry of Social Development in the upcoming Mid-Year Review
Dillon defends move to buy out Smart's leave
"...not without precedence and was done to ensure ôstability in the leadership of the Defence Force."
Sudden buy-out can be seen as payoff to support AG
The buy-out of the Chief of Defence Staff's (CDS) leave can be seen as a political payoff for his support in the investigation of Attorney General Faris Al-Rawi, says Opposition Leader Kamla Persad-Bissessar.
Warning of cigarette 'suitcase trade'
With the recent increase in the price of cigarettes...
Haitians becoming desperate
Even as international aid continues to mount for disaster-stricken Haiti, hopelessness and desperation are settling over affected communities.
Tears for Joel
Teachers frustrated at Success Laventille Sec
Residents on 2 killings: Too much violence in Curepe
RESIDENTS and business-owners agreed yesterday that the Southern Main Road, Curepe, has its fair share of violence, especially on a weekend
Video of husband's killing disturbs wife
Gun talk, gun play, murders
TALK turned into gun play which ended in two men being murdered, shot dead on a Curepe street on Sunday evening.
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