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Mixed views on new hospital fee
Posted: Thursday, October 5, 2017

Mixed views on new hospital fee
Some private medical institutions are yet to decide whether the increase in licence fees for the institutions announced in the 2017-2018 Budget by Finance Minister Colm Imbert will be passed on to patients.

Govt to get $.5m from new hospital fees

$236 million goes to POS
The Port-of-Spain City Corporation has received the largest allocation for expenditure in the 2017/2018 Budget, out of the 14 local government bodies in Trinidad

$178 million road project begins

$3m upgrade for golf course
Planning gets allocation for Chaguaramas Development plan

Nuisance tax - says former health minister

Passengers to feel effect of PTSC protest
...shutdown of operations at the Public Transport Service Corporation (PTSC) San Fernando garage by workers over the past five days over health and safety concerns.

NSA: Not enough for farmers in budget

'Higher diesel price equals higher food prices'
...get ready to pay more says farmers

Oil producers unsure about new royalty tax

Wounded Cop Recovering

Dominica needs heavy equipment clear "thousands of tonnes of debris," roadways and landslips that continue to hamper relief efforts.

Health scare for students at ministry launch
...during the screening exercise conducted by North Central Regional Health Authority around 10 am, medical staff determined that six students were suffering from high blood pressure.

Holy Faith takes in 60 students
Dominicans affected by Maria already in T&T

'I didn't mean to publicly humiliate Imbert'
...says PLOTT's co-founder

Are white shooters called 'lone wolves,' by default?
When Stephen Craig Paddock - a white American - was identified as the gunman who rained bullets on multitudes at a Las Vegas concert, he was quickly characterized as a "lone wolf."

Woman, grandpa held with AK-47, and police, army kits

Fooled: Cop visits abandoned shack to buy gold, gets robbed
A POLICE officer who went to buy a piece of jewellery advertised on social media was instead robbed of $5,000 by the seller on Tuesday.

Man dies in accident after vowing to stop driving
Mary Dematias- Khan recalled how she begged her husband Mohammed Khan, 85, to stop driving, one day after he died in a three-car smash up near the Signal Hill traffic lights.

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