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State entities $44B in debt
Posted: Saturday, November 11, 2017

State entities $44B in debt
JSC concerned at wayward borrowing

50 % turn-out at Customs, more workers absent at BIR
Day two of PSA industrial action

Finance Ministry, ECA praise workers
The Ministry of Finance yesterday commended the employees of the Inland Revenue Division and the Customs and Excise Division for their dedication and commitment to their duties who ignored a call by their union

Colm defends gaming taxes
Says roulette machines like PLAY WHE ON STEROIDS

'Casino owners wicked to send home staff'
Imbert discloses $M profits in gaming industry

Roulette linked to murder

Top CAL workers unqualified for jobs
Report on regional airline:

Le Hunte: No magic wand to solve WASA problems
Minister of Public Utilities Robert Le Hunte said citizens cannot expect a magic wand to be waved and all the problems affecting the Water and Sewerage Authority would be fixed

WASA suspends 2 over bikini car wash fiasco
Two WASA employees who organised the delivery of truck borne water to a bar in Calvary, Arima for a bikini car wash two Sundays ago have been suspended

Speaker rules against Kamla
PM statement: he does not "knowingly associate with crooks except in the Parliament." He made the statement while defending his relationship with businessman Hanif Nazim Baksh the owner of A&V Oil and Gas.

TT's High Commissioner to India wins at Privy Council
They found the judge in the High Court wrongly decided that High Commissioner Dave Persad, and not his company, was personally liable for debts owed.

Abdulah seeks re-election as MSJ leader

OPM wanted Knox St closed
...the reasons included security to facilitate establishment of the eternal flame and human rights monument; to re-inter previously unearthed cultural remains; and to accommodate a staging area for construction work.

How are govt hotels performing?
Transparency advocates say the only real way to determine the viability of a Sandals hotel in Tobago is to examine the financial and operating records of the Hilton Trinidad, Hyatt Regency and Magdalena Grand.

Rat disease kills 4
The SWRHA said one patient died in September and another in October. It also recorded two deaths in November, emanating from 14 admissions to the SFGH.

The locusts have landed in Piparo

Holdip's funeral carded for Wednesday
Marshall-Holdip, who was the assistant registrar at the Hugh Wooding Law School for the past ten years, died of colon cancer last Tuesday. She was 61.

Trial for taxi driver, 77, charged with molesting girls
A Sea Lots man has been committed to stand trial in the Port of Spain High Court, on multiple sexual offences against two girls.

Perm Sec's testimony stalled
...the summons issued by a Justice of the Peace sought to circumscribe the court's jurisdiction, as it told the witness she would not be cross-examined.

Cops in search warrant video acted lawfully

Daily paid workers get salaries
After two weeks, 1,500 daily-paid workers in the Port of Spain City Corporation finally received their salaries from the Ministry of Finance yesterday

Dad convicted for beating daughter: Facing jail time
Celestine was found guilty of beating his 14-year-old daughter, in June 2016 causing suffering and injury to her health.

Four years later: Cops charge prisoner with Kimora's murder
The accused is 25-year-old of Enterprise, Chaguanas, who is already in custody charged with slitting the throat of a woman in Chaguanas in May 2016.

Getaway driver nabbed... as accomplice abandons him
The 29-year-old victim was seated in her vehicle around 12:55pm when a man grabbed two handbags out of her vehicle. The bags contained $40,000 in cash.

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