'FAKE OIL' REAL
Posted: Saturday, November 18, 2017
'FAKE OIL' REAL
Petrotrin paid $800,000 to the lease operator for oil produced between January to July, but which it did not receive at its Pointe-a-Pierre refinery.
Petrotrin paid for 'fake oil'
Forensic audit confirms initial findings
Kamla wants A&V contract terminated
NIB in trouble
JSC gets disturbing info from management
Rowley: Stop embarrassing Chinese govt
Nuñez-Tesheira wins $18m lawsuit over husband's death
Pre-budget forum held for quarter-million dollars
This included $2,500 for a make up artist and $53,235 for an events coordinator. The venue cost, which included rental, food, sound system was $166,443.75.
Blame game over $27m Arima building foolish—Jack
Former works and transport minister Jack Warner yesterday admitted he started the process to purchase the $27 million building in Arima which is now under investigation by the Government.
Nine new speed guns
EMA investigates new oil spill
...which occurred approximately six nautical miles offshore in the Soldado North Field, Gulf of Paria on Thursday
The Couva Children's Hospital opens in 2018
$50M fine for money-laundering
Persons convicted of money-laundering could be fined as much as $50 million and be jailed for 30 years, under a bill piloted in the House of Representatives yesterday by Attorney General Faris Al-Rawi.
JTUM gears up for national shutdown
Judge writes judges on CJ Archie
A High Court judge is calling on her colleagues to request an urgent meeting with Chief Justice Ivor Archie to explain himself over recent allegations contained in a newspaper report.
Richards' case thrown out
A High Court judge ruled yesterday that the suspension of Prison Officers Association president Ceron Richards should be lifted and all investigations into the circumstances prompting his suspension be squashed.
Cunupia residents win EMA case
Cunupia residents have won their appeal against the decision of the Environmental Management Authority (EMA) to allow a concrete batching plant to operate in their community without a Certificate of Environmental Clearance (CEC).
Yachtie had heart condition
Martin Waldrop, the 68-year-old British boating enthusiast and cruiser found dead aboard his yacht on Tuesday night, suffered from various medical conditions including a heart ailment
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