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Posted: Monday, October 16, 2017

Transcript of conversation with Chinese businessman

They moved the wrong man
Ragoonanan points fingers at another PNM official

More arrivals in TT due to hurricanes
Shamfa Cudjoe, Minister of Tourism, officially launched Trinidad and Tobago's 2017/2018 Cruise Ship Season in fine style at the Port of Spain Cruise Ship Complex yesterday.

After hurricanes, goods still at Dominican port
...while there has been a tremendous outpouring of relief supplies from the regional and international communities, many of the goods remain at warehouses along the port due to challenges in transportation.

Buy your own ticket
TENSION is looming among certain High Court judges who have found themselves embarrassed by the judiciary's administration who cannot buy airline tickets for them to travel to Tobago to adjudicate on cases.

Fishermen look to cheap diesel from Venezuela

CDA saddled with $118m debt

Oil fouls Chaguaramas waters, Boardwalk
The Team has reported the presence of an oily substance between Alcoa and Five Islands with the substance concentrated within Williams Bay and along the Boardwalk.

Authorities probe Chaguaramas oil spill

Golf course leads way to CDA's recovery

Kamla: Rowley 'Prime Groomer' of golf courses

Prakash: Waitress buffed me over coffee illustrate that Tobago must improve its customer service in the tourism sector.

PTSC has 21 types of bus
...this variety making upkeep hard, bemoaned a report recently laid in Parliament

Maxi taxi fares could increase within two weeks

Chairman: No plans to privatise WASA

Ban imports of unhealthy foods
Farmers' Union head:

Chaguanas wholesale market opens soon

Charles: Pay ex-diplomats!
NAPARIMA MP Rodney Charles urged the Government to pay outstanding terminal benefits to former diplomats who left office after the last General Elections

...Another piece of Trinidad's history in danger
Who will save this?

Cops without badges, months after graduation

3 killed in South accident
All three occupants are believed to have drowned.

Bullet-riddled body found in Laventille
The bullet-riddled body of an unidentifed man was discovered behind the Success Laventille Secondary School shortly after 4 am Saturday.

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