PETROTRIN LOSES $1.9B
Posted: Wednesday, November 23, 2016
PETROTRIN LOSES $1.9B
State oil company suffering amid low oil price
OPPOSITION Leader Kamla Persad-Bissessar on Monday slammed Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley and his 14-month old People's National Movement (PNM) government over 50 promises broken by the administration within that time.
Radical changes proposed
UNC unveils elections manifesto...
Rowley promises development for Moruga
PRIME MINISTER Dr Keith Rowley says his government plans to spend a large sum of money to build an up-to-date fishing port in Moruga as he foresees that the seas in that area may have fish to feed
Pupils: Stop polluting our environment
PRIMARY school pupils in the east-west corridor have called on adults and their peers to stop polluting the environment by their words and deeds and to preserve and conserve nature's offerings through storytelling.
PTSC wants fare hike
Garcia hits 'wicked act'
False notice on school drinks
Tim: No fruit nor drinks for pupils
THE nation's schoolchildren are no longer receiving a fruit nor a drink as part of their daily breakfast and lunch meals under the National School Feeding Programme, hit Caroni East MP Dr Tim Gopeesingh
Ramdeen: Do away with PPP scheme
Current Housing Development Corporation Public Private Partnership (PPP) housing initiative citing collusion between a member of the tenders evaluation committee and a contractor.
Disabled upset over 'unfair' plan for their school
Members of the Cerebral Palsy Society of Trinidad and Tobago, said the proposal to have the National Enrichment Centre for Persons with Disabilities used as a temporary building to house pupils and staff of Montrose Vedic Primary School was unfair
UNC candidate drops out
Olivierre working for PNM victory
LA BREA MP, Nicole Olivierre, has maintained a stoic attitude towards her removal as Energy Minister following last month's Cabinet reshuffle
US' attorney justifies right to be part of proceedings
IT wasn't an easy sell for the attorney for the United States government in trying to convince Chief Justice Ivor Archie ... that that country should be heard in judicial review proceedings filed by former Fifa vice president Jack Warner
Afra Raymond knocks Govt silence on Invaders' Bay project
...questioning the decision of the Planning Ministry to have the Privy Council in London to have the Privy Council in London, give it the authority to not make public the legal opinion it received on the awarding of a multi-billion-dollar contract
11,500 living with HIV/AIDS
Woman loses baby, ability to move
Rat attack in the city
Mayor moves on rodents
Jury trial for human trafficking
The committal of Naipaul Guness, 50, of Penal, is the second such human trafficking case that has been sent to the High Court since Human Trafficking laws were enacted in Trinidad and Tobago in 2011.
Accused committed for choking robbery victim
PAUL BOATSWAIN, the man charged with attempting to choke a woman, robbing her of her gold chain and slamming her on the ground rendering her a quadriplegic
Cops shot teen five times
Fifteen-year-old Josiah Ramsahai who was killed by police last Friday in a reported shoot-out with police was shot five times with a high-powered rifle his autopsy revealed.
Pastor robbed of $12,000
Car glass of the front passenger seat smashed and an envelope containing $12,000 missing.
Caps gun bandit robs pharmacist
A private-hire (PH) driver's vehicle became the getaway car for one of his passengers who held up and robbed a Princes Town pharmacist on Monday evening.
Shotgun in pig pen
TEN persons between the ages of 22 and 36 were detained by police on Monday afternoon while they were liming near a pig pen at Warren Road in Cunupia.
Gun video under probe
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