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Posted: Thursday, April 13, 2017

PRIME Minister Dr Keith Rowley yesterday said Oilfield Workers Trade Union (OWTU) president general Ancel Roget remark ...helps to make TT's investment climate uncompetitive.

PM: Other opportunities in future After Angelin pullout

Rowley: No Angelin 'fiasco'

Ramnarine: Upstream investment dried up before 2010
Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley's statement to Parliament yesterday on the country's gas shortage "conveniently neglects to mention that one of the main reasons we experienced gas shortages from late 2010 to today is the fact ...".

Rowley: NGC facing $4.5B in claims failing to negotiate energy contracts when they were due, has resulted in the National Gas Company (NGC) now being saddled with $4.5 billion in claims from energy companies, since August 2015.

Traffic chaos as trucks turned away from 'Galicia'
As the cargo vessel Galicia renders the last of its services before leaving local waters, some frustrated trucks drivers claimed yesterday that some business owners are rushing to use what could be the last chance for some time to get goods safely and quickly to Tobago.

T&T Express stalls at sea on return

Faria: Ferry impasse was avoidable

Ease ahead for HDC
Canada, TT firms in low-income housing drive

One patient dies
Three contract HIV from contaminated blood

Antimicrobial resistance - an apocalypse waiting to happen

4 held in $15m cocaine bust
A surveillance operation by Southern Division police and the Transnational Organised Crime Unit led to the seizure of $15.3 million in high-grade Colombian cocaine on Tuesday.

Crime woes troubling PM

CoP's wife a judge
Archie: Highest calibre selected

Tobago cop: Murder increase worrying
HEAD of the Tobago Division of the Police Service, acting Snr Supt Joanne Archie is concerned about the increase in murders in the sister island this year.

Killer weeps in court after death sentence
TEARS flowed from Anand Baboolal's eyes after he was told that he will suffer death by hanging for the murder of a mother and her baby in Mayaro 12 years ago.

Guilty of killing mother and infant son
...found guilty of stabbing to death his ex-lover and throwing her body into a latrine pit then stabbing her 18-monthold son and throwing him into the Ortoire River.

Man slain: 'wrong place at wrong time'
A 30-year-old man from La Mango, St Joseph, was gunned down yesterday morning near his home and, while the police said his death was drug-related, his family, friends and neighbours said this was not the case.

Not guilty of murder after 8 years in jail
Nicholas "Ten Cents" Fortune, 33, was found not guilty by a 12-member jury before Justice Maria Wilson on a charge of murdering 25-year-old Jayson "Irie" Hoyte of Malabar, Arima.

Body found in garden: wounds to head
THE decomposing body of a man, who police believe was murdered, was discovered in Princes Town yesterday.

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