Penny coin drive soon
Posted: Friday, March 10, 2017
Penny coin drive soon
The Central Bank will soon launch a coin redemption drive to give the public an opportunity to redeem their one cent coins in preparation for elimination of the coins.
BLOWS, CHOPS ON WOMEN'S DAY
One woman was beaten, thrown down a precipice and left for dead while the other was chopped repeatedly.
'You can't do things vikey-vie'
Verna St Rose Greaves says she is disturbed and frightened that a displaced child could have been allowed to live with the director of the Children's Authority.
Minister: National Public Health Laboratory coming
TDC to be dissolved
...and will be replaced by two separate agencies one with oversight for Tobago and the other for Trinidad and for the first time there are plans to create a Regulatory Authority to manage and monitor standards for the tourism industry
...More on the breadline, says Ramdial
The dissolution of the Tourism Development Company (TDC) will add to the unemployment figures as some 150 people will be placed on the breadline
'10% hike in Carnival visitors'
Over 40,000 people visited Trinidad for Carnival this year, says Tourism Minister Shamfa Cudjoe
Heavy Police patrols in Enterprise
THERE were heavy police patrols in Enterprise, Chaguanas, yesterday following Wednesday's arrest of a well-known gang leader.
Unruly Isis head detained
A 24-YEAR-OLD man of Crown Trace, Enterprise who police identified as the head of the Unruly Isis gang, was arrested along with three others including a woman on Wednesday.
Students being 'coached' before ministry probe
St Madeleine bottle pelting incident
Claims must be taken more seriously—NPTA
...and not simply dismissed, as in some instances this can have serious repercussions for the Education Ministry.
Please don't suspend him
Dad of injured boy wants leniency for alleged bully
Sandals Tobago project moves ahead
Battle over film 'Trafficked'
Eye on Dependency talk-show presenter Garth St Clair said he and his wife, Natasha Nunez, raised $945,000 for director of Quirky Films Sean Hodgkinson to produce the award-winning film.
Trini activist fights deportation
A TRINI who helps keep undocumented immigrants in New York from being thrown out of the US, has himself escaped deportation by American authorities
Chinese, Guyanese fined for illegal entry into T&T
Two men, a Chinese and a Guyanese, were each fined $5,000 yesterday after appearing on separate charges of illegal entry into the country and possession of a tampered passport.
2 guilty of murder: sentenced to hang
Singh and Rampersad were charged with the murder of pundit Kamal Harripersad, 54, who was chopped to death at his St John's Trace, Orange Field Road, home during a robbery on August 3, 2007.
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