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Cargo vessels cost US$22,000 a day
Posted: Sunday, April 23, 2017

Cargo vessels cost US$22,000 a day

Govt rejects request for secrecy
Legal battle over Galicia heats up

Cargo will get to Tobago
Between the Trinity Transporter barge and the Atlantic Provider ferry, people will be able to transport anything from perishable goods to heavy equipment between Trinidad and Tobago from today.

ONE HUMANITARIAN organisation in Venezuela is calling on the Nicolas Maduro-led government to accept international aid as thousands of citizens cannot access proper food and healthcare

81,000 seek help at Sando hospital
An estimated 81,000 people sought emergency treatment at San Fernando General Hospital (SFGH) last year.

Raymond: Don't give CL Financial back to Duprey
Afra Raymond: "I don't believe the people who caused this disaster and who are in a position of responsibility could be just handed back this company after the money is repaid and so on

Fuad: Tax lures strangers into homes
An online petition, a march and a pledge to roll back the property tax by an Opposition MP are among the initiatives which have been launched to mobilize public support against the tax which Government last week announced will be implemented.

Property Tax not new to T&T

Don't pay for what's free
Inundated with complaints from citizens about having to pay for services at regional and municipal corporations that should be free

Corruption in regional bodies
Minister to take action

Call for local govt volunteers
Minister of Rural Development and Local Government Kazim Hosein yesterday urged regional and municipal bodies to cultivate a spirit of volunteerism in their respective jurisdictions.

Student Support shutdown looms
A NATIONWIDE shutdown of the Student Support Services Division of the Ministry of Education is planned to take effect from tomorrow and continue until School Social Work officers are paid salaries.

Imbert: Better pension for firemen
FIREMEN will get a pension boost which was first granted to other public sector professionals about a decade ago

Good comes out of Beetham
JULIEN NEAVES continues his series on police youth clubs, with a look at the work of retired inspector Sheila Prince in the Beetham Gardens Police Youth Club.

Orisha prayers for peace on Earth Day

Give art a space in PoS
MEMBERS of the art community have expressed hope that the recent dumping of sculptures made by local artist Damian Agostini by the Port-of-Spain municipal police will lead to a place for art in the capital city.

'Squat lords' preying on the desperate
New twist in T&T's squatting problem

Boy, 8, drowns in Tobago
A Mason Hall student died on Friday afternoon after being pulled underwater by a large wave while bathing at Back Bay beach, Mount Irvine, Tobago.

Air Guard dies, driver flees
Mystery surrounds the death of Air Guard sergeant Christian Guevara in a car crash early yesterday morning.

Prisoner on the run
POLICE are asking the public to be on the lookout for escaped prisoner Brandon Surujnarine.

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