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$120m for new Tobago ferry
Posted: Saturday, January 13, 2018

$120m for new Tobago ferry—Imbert
The Government has spent US$17.4 million (TT$120m) in acquiring an Asian vessel to service the inter-island ferry service

No financier in boat deal
Government sources yesterday shut down Opposition claims that a PNM financier was involved in the procurement of the new ferry for the domestic route.

Newsday's ferry story false
...says Finance Ministry

Ocean Flower to be sold, 3 buyers express interest in vessel

UK High Commission responds: Asylum info didn't come from us

'$7.2 billion budget and they cannot afford tea service?'
...MP knocks Education Minister

Carmona: Criminal, now dead, put 'hit' on me

Le Hunte: Bottled WASA water idea premature

Port workers protest secret cameras at work
Video footage circulating on social media revealed the cameras hidden in the trunking leading to electrical outlets

Invaders lose State sponsor
Caribbean Airlines (CAL) has pulled its sponsorship of the Invaders Steel Orchestra.

Fake oil reports sent to DPP's office—Khan

Trinis detained at Iraqi camp
The Ministry of National Security is currently investigating a group of Trinidadians being held at a detention camp in Iraq.

Single fathers treated unfairly, JSC told
Mothers win in 74 per cent of the child custody cases in the local courts, Rhondall Feeles, president of the Single Fathers' Association, told a Joint Select Committee (JSC) on Human Rights, Equality and Diversity yesterday.

Cyber tools to be used to prevent corruption

Now wife threatens to sue Raj
The controversy surrounding the Raj soca chutney song by Kenneth Supersad has taken another twist

Probe into hospital deaths of two THA workers

Hundreds apply to be municipal police
In keeping with the mandate of Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley to increase the strength of police officers employed at municipal corporations to 100...

Murdered teen's friends traumatised
Three students of the Morvant/Laventille Secondary School who survived last Monday's deadly attack in which their schoolmate Joshua Andrew was killed

Taxi driver held for raping passenger who escaped from trunk
A Freeport taxi-driver has been arrested for abducting and raping a 32-year-old passenger, who saved herself after escaping the trunk of the man's vehicle.

She left home after argument, and was never seen again
32-year-old Tabaquite woman who vanished almost a month ago after an argument with a close male relative.

Search for missing Penal teenager

'Boy in cage' video under investigation
Child Protection Unit (CPU) officers are investigating a video posted on social media of a young child locked in a cage.

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