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Posted: Tuesday, April 25, 2017

THE State owes $43 billion in debt, comprised of $19 billion in government-guaranteed debt and $24 billion in non-guaranteed debt.

Re-evaluate process for judges
Law Association wants greater transparency in appointments:

Ayers-Caesar's appointment as Judge
CONCERNS have again arisen over the unfinished cases left behind by former chief magistrate Marcia Ayers-Caesar after her appointment as a High Court judge two weeks ago

Cuffie says data is the new oil
Government moves to diversify the economy from its dependence on fossil fuel.

Historic buildings demolished in clean-up campaign
...lots of talk, but no conservation $$, says chairman

Tenders for new vessel closed

Our backs were against a wall
Sinanan defends cost of ferry replacements:

Clues lead to mystery Trini conman in Guyana
Tracking $60m defrauded from National Energy Corporation

UNC to hold nationwide talks on property tax

Penal residents block road
An inadequate supply of pipe-borne water and bad roads yesterday triggered a fiery protest along Penal Rock Road, Penal, causing a major traffic back-up on the first day of the new school term.

Road not paved since Panday was Prime Minister

Residents block roads in Todd's Rd protest
RESIDENTS of Todd's Road, Caparo, yesterday blocked roads as they protested the lack of water in the area.

Another oil spill in Gulf of Paria

No salary yet for social workers
Education Minister Anthony Garcia's assurance that School Social Workers (SSWs) will receive their salaries by yesterday has not materialised.

After a year 'no justice'
Granny, 80, killed by cop

TATT to bring free wifi to public places
...starting with the roll out of hotspots at 45 locations.

Investigators narrow down suspects in leaked police document

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