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Posted: Monday, May 8, 2017

THE Judiciary appears to be strapped for cash at this time...sources are saying the expenditure of $30 million for overseas travel is part of the reason why funds are not readily available

Truckers call on Rowley
TRUCKERS using the Atlantic Provider barge to transport goods to and from Trinidad and Tobago are calling on Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley to deal with a plethora of problems being experienced

...wants duplication of medicine dealt with
AT THE end of May, the public can expect a more streamlined formulary (the official prescribed list of medicines/ drugs) particularly as it relates to HIV/ AIDS and Cancer medicine.

TT suffering from 'sitting disease'
HEALTH Minister Terrence Deyalsingh said this country is suffering from 'sitting disease' and it was probably one of the worst things people could do for their health.

$2.6M strategic threat project for OPM
Other approved increases included $149,491,000; $21,857,680; $10 million; $751,100 and $4,920,270 for the National Security Ministry; Elections and Boundaries Commission; Parliament; Tax Appeal Board and the Service Commissions.

'$85,000 salary too low'
Opposition walks out on procurement debate

Minister urged again to step in
Local oil company Mora Oil Ventures may send a second pre-action protocol to United Kingdom-based oil company Parenco if the Energy Minister Franklin Khan does not step in to resolve an ongoing impasse.

T&T high commission in B'dos 'by year-end'
WITH BUSINESS BOOMING and more nationals living and working in Barbados, the Government of Trinidad and Tobago has sought permission to set up a high commission in Bridgetown, once again.

Mitchell: No new golf course for Ste Madeleine

Karim: GATE pressure ahead
Under the new system, students will have to undergo a means test to determine how much funding the Government will offer from the start of the 2017/2018 academic year.

PoS Mayor hears of walkover woes
SEVERAL vendors at the Central Market in Sea Lots, Port-of-Spain protested yesterday outside their stalls after they were informed that the new proposed pedestrian walkover would cause a displacement.

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