Posted: Monday, September 18, 2017
PETROTRIN is being told recover every black cent of overpayment from a private lease operator who has been billing the company for oil that was never delivered in the sum of $100 million.
Petrotrin president outlines new measures to prevent future fake oil scandals
Rowley appears before JSC today
Police recover 100 stolen vehicles in 2017
FOR the year so far, the newly-formed Stolen Vehicle Investigation Unit of the Police Service has recovered 100 vehicles.
TT to feel effects of Maria
Tropical Storm Maria was expected to be upgraded to a hurricane by 5 pm yesterday (Sunday).
Met Office: Expect heavy rains today
CAL: Caribbean countries need to help with restoration
Irma leaves St Maarten in despair
Words such as depressed, frustrated, despair, hopeless, worry and fear cannot truly described what the people of St Maarten are currently going through since its island was totally ravaged by the category 5 Hurricane Irma two weeks ago.
Time will tell on CLF
TIME will tell whether or not the estimated $15 billion owed by CL Financial (CLF) to the State will be recovered
Focus on CJ Archie as law term opens
FOCUS will be on Chief Justice Ivor Archie today when he opens the 2017/2018 Law Term amidst calls by senior legal practitioner for a boycott of the event.
Rowley: A focus on more value for money
Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley says even if the "number" for the expenditure profile of the 2017/2018 budget "might come down, the value for money should go up so we get more for what little that we have".
Energy Chamber denies colluding with Govt to fire workers
Khan wishes Cuffie a speedy recovery
SAN JUAN/Barataria MP Dr Fuad Khan is wishing Public Administration and Communication Minister Maxie Cuffie a speedy recovery.
PM on photographer's attack:
Police officer to be investigated for photographer's assault
Accused cop a relative of Baksh
Ministry helps SEA students scoring 30% and less
Garcia: Suspension of Princes Town student unwarranted
...following social media posts about the school's short-comings was "unwarranted."
Woman SRP wants to wear hijab on duty
A WOMAN Special Reserve Police (SRP) constable in the Central Division has filed a constitutional motion against the State so that she can be permitted to wear her hijab while on duty.
Dole Chadee's fifth victim
Osmond's life takes bad turn after murders
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