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Posted: Sunday, September 10, 2017

Finance Ministry takes note to Cabinet to waive Property Tax

Days after being chastised over the quality of her leadership at the Port Authority of Trinidad and Tobago (PATT), former chairman Christine Sahadeo has hit back, insisting the accusations were both unfair and unfounded.

Trinis take cover from Irma
Hurricane Irma, packing winds in excess of 155 mph, is expected to lash south-western Florida early this morning, after charting a path of destruction and misery throughout the Caribbean

Bring us home
Donna Ramtoole broke down in tears yesterday as she appealed to the Government to help bring home six members of her family, who are trapped in hurricane ravaged Tortola with little means of survival.

Padarath: Trinis having hurricane parties
As Hurricane Irma takes aim at Florida, several Trinidadians living in the sunshine state have not only decided to ignore evacuation orders but have organised hurricane parties at their homes to weather the storm.

UNC blanked three times
THE Opposition United National Congress (UNC) found itself three times unlucky on Friday as it lost three tied votes with the Government as the House of Representatives returned from its mid-year recess.

Sinanan unaware of Bridgemans credit letter
...for the operations of the Cabo Star and Ocean Flower 2 vessels on the seabridge.

Police need internal affairs unit
A former government minister and member of the Police Service Commission are once again calling for an internal affairs unit to be set up to investigate criminal misconduct among rogue officers.

Sinanan expects less from budget
The Ministry of Works and Transport received $2.087 billion in last year's budget.

PoS Mayor, IDB work on flood plan
Port of Spain Mayor Joel Martinez and the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) are strategically looking at ways to alleviate flooding which has been plaguing the capital city for years.

Creating the new Caribbean citizen
Experts call attention to region's education 'emergency'

Smith: UNC loves Lara Stadium
SPORTS Minister Daryl Smith on Friday said members of the Opposition United National Congress (UNC) now enjoy going to the Brian Lara Stadium and Cricket Academy to watch cricket.

Minister Cuffie undergoes surgery

Jagessar: Indian mas in good hands
One of the premier mas designers in the Carnival arena, Lionel Jagessar, yesterday applauded the Government for allowing him to share his knowledge in the arts

Alexandrov: TT must find new pathologist

Murder victim's brother kidnapped
GUNMEN dressed as police in tactical uniform kidnapped the brother of a murder victim at Pleasantville yesterday morning, and up to last evening he remained missing despite a vigorous search by police.

Cops shoot, kill 2
Police are seeking to identify two men who were shot and killed during an exercise on First Street, San Juan on Friday evening.

Bandit knocked down while chasing driver
Maxi crashes in robbery attempt...

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