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UTT $300m allocated to Tamana InTech Park
Posted: Sunday, December 31, 2017

UTT $300m allocated to Tamana InTech Park
The University of T&T (UTT) recorded a deficit of $33 million last month while its reserves currently stand at $2 million.

WASA overstaffed by 2,000 employees
The figure was given by Public Utilities Minister Robert Le Hunte, who said the overstaffing has been putting a heavy financial burden on the State-owned company, which has been saddled with a $5 billion debt.

2017, year of floods
The year 2017 will be remembered by Rochard Douglas Road, Barrackpore residents as the year in which they faced three devastating floods within a six-month period.

Stay off North Coast Road

Several WASA plants out of operation

Caroni River overflows into village

Bracing for flood damage the Oropouche River began swelling and flooded the low-lying villages within the Oropouche Basin

Charles: Govt fails in foreign affairs
Naparima MP Rodney Charles is berating the Government's lack of action and leadership in 2017, calling it a year of failure in foreign affairs.

CAL planes giving trouble
Caribbean Airlines Limited (CAL)'s entire fleet of five ATR 72-600 turboprop aircraft have been down for the last three days, forcing the airline to press into service its fleet of Boeing-737-800 jet aircraft

No TATT, no!: Former CNMG CEO hits Rowlee song warning
A veteran media practitioner yesterday accused the Telecommunications Authority of Trinidad and Tobago (TATT) of fettering the constitutionally entrenched rights of the free media

The great calypso debate…again
The controversy surrounding Nermal "Massive" Gosein's song, Rowlee Mudda Count, has raised fresh debate about what constitutes a good calypso.

Hello Donald: Top political stories of 2017

Archie not off the hook

Hotels scale back on Old Year parties

Man drowns in backyard pond
Twelve hours after he disappeared following an argument with relatives, the body of Kamal Maharaj was fished out of a pond behind his Penal home yesterday.

Mom, son wounded
...after being stabbed and chopped by a male relative following an argument at their Penal home

Four held for robbery of a maxi
Four teenagers were arrested for the robbery of a maxi taxi and the assault of a 73-year-old female passenger in Port-of-Spain yesterday.

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