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We'd be satisfied to get gas within 30 months
Posted: Thursday, December 8, 2016

We'd be satisfied to get gas within 30 months
Rowley replies to Opposition on time frame of Venezuela deal:

TT-Venezuelan gas agreement PM: Contract is binding

EVEN local football is feeling the pinch of the recession.

PM: Forex $$ will be available

$.75M in cheese vanishes
THE Port Authority's Security Department has launched an investigation into the circumstances in which a container filled with cheese valued over $750,000 was able to leave the compound of the Port-of-Spain

Rowley: TT getting earthquake ready
IN the wake of yesterday's 6.2 earthquake, Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley is assuring that Government is working to ensure that the country is "in a better position to respond to earthquakes."

Fast-track city emergency plan

Over 200 aftershocks recorded after Tuesday's quake
IN the wake of Tuesday's 6.1 magnitude earthquake, an estimated 200 aftershocks have since been recorded. This according to a release issued by the University of the West Indies (UWI), St.

Quake warning: Be prepared for more

Sinkhole in Sando
...No connection to quake

We will be out in force
Police Christmas, Carnival warning for drivers:

124 die in road accidents

Accident victim still critical
DESPITE earlier reports from the police, Roxanne Johnson, one of nine persons involved in a twocar smash up on Monday night in Arima, is alive but remains warded

Relatives: We are devastated
6 killed in crash

Man crushed by truck
POLICE are investigating the circumstances surrounding the death of a 36-year-old Diego Martin man who was yesterday crushed by a truck on Mission Road, Diego Martin.

Matter of national concern
DESCRIBING reports of missing persons in TT as, "a matter of national concern", Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley said law enforcement agencies in this country are doing what they can to locate these persons.

House approves EBC report No changes to Tobago boundaries

Nicholas Group building seven-storey car park

Mom threatens to sue Education Ministry
AN 11-YEAR-OLD schoolgirl who has been subjected to physical and emotional abuse at a primary school, is seeking a transfer out of the school and has threatened to sue the Ministry of Education for damages.

Girl, 5, says ex-cop touched her
A RETIRED policeman has gone into hiding after learning he was being sought by officers of the Child Protection Unit (CPU) over allegations that he sexually abused his five-year old step-daughter at their home.

Cops injure bandit in shootout
POLICE shot and wounded a 35 year-old Claxton Bay resident on Tuesday night in Tarouba, minutes after he together with three armed bandits robbed a supermarket at California near Couva

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