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PM laments less earnings
Posted: Friday, September 29, 2017

PM laments less earnings
TT suffered a massive 90% drop in oil revenue plummeting from a high of 19.4 billion in 2014 to a meagre $2.1 billion this year.

NATUC: Govt up to mischief
... to invite individual unions to yesterday's Prime Minister's forum when it had already invited the various federations.

Mariano: Adjust exchange rate

Energy benefits for TT
Energy Chamber CEO Dr Thackwray Driver on Wednesday said the country will see some increased natural production over the short-term.

Tewarie warns of crisis like NAR days

Economist Hosein suggests VAT, income tax increases

Replace service commissions with HR depts
The public service system is an outdated bureaucracy and must be reformed with service commissions replaced by human resource departments to make hiring qualified personnel more efficient

Mouttet hits low productivity
Businessman Christian Mouttet yesterday hit low productivity among the local workforce as he spoke at a pre Budget forum at the Hyatt Regency in Port of Spain.

No nepotism in highway deal
Sinanan admits relative married to Kallco owner

CEO: We won contract bid fair, square

Judge rules Govt senator defamed former CB governor
A High Court judge has ordered Government Senator Dr Lester Henry to pay former Central Bank governor Jwala Rambarran damages in the sum of $550,000 for defaming him in a radio broadcast in 2014.

Dominicans desperate for water

T&T sends 12 trauma experts
Dominicans in state of shock over Maria's devastation

Motorists stranded in flash floods

AG: Govt moves to stop land fraud

Shot officer loses kidney & spleen, needs blood
...accidentally shot by a colleague inside the San Juan police station on Tuesday.

One year after PTSC bus accident, victim seeks legal redress
Having suffered extensive injuries that has make it impossible for him to work, Brassey also lives with the trauma of knowing that his friend, Roosevelt Kerr, died...

$2M bail for accused policemen
...charged with possession of illegal firearms and ammunition as well as trafficking in marijuana.

'Emotional' Grandison confesses men's innocence
Jailhouse confessions were repeated in the Court of Appeal yesterday by convicted killer Shawn Parris.

Three shot dead by police
Police shot and killed three men in separate instances between Wednesday night and yesterday.

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