New ferry to arrive in April
Posted: Friday, January 19, 2018
New ferry to arrive in April
The US$17.4 million catamaran to service the inter-island seabridge is now expected to arrive on our shores from China by the middle of April.
Galleon's Passage coming to TT
Imbert: Rigorous checks on new ferry
Govt moves again on Galicia broker
Minister in the Office of the Prime Minister Stuart Young said yesterday more legal action will be taken against the local broker of the MV Super Fast Galicia which sailed out of T&T last year
New President to be elected today
Weekes described as fair and fearless
Parliament meets today for what is described as a mere formality, to confirm Justice Paula Mae-Weekes as this country's sixth President.
Bio of incoming President
Midday murder on busy Duke Street
Chased and killed in PoS
Luke Adams, 19, of Nelson Street, and an unidentified man were travelling along Duke Street in a blue Mitsubishi Lancer at around 11.40 am when they came under fire
Schoolboy critical after beating
Carmona: Public pressure does not influence justice
Carmona made the statement as he delivered an address as guest speaker at the inaugural ceremonial opening of the International Criminal Court's judicial year at the Hague, in the Netherlands yesterday.
West gives TTRA assurances
Government seeks to establish the TT Revenue Authority
Farrell: Forex controls a mistake
"We had the (fixed) system for many many years. Those of us at the Central Bank at the time recognise how impossible a task it is to micromanage the access to foreign exchange, and (controls) just simply (do) not work. It ends up being inequitable...."
TUCO yet to receive subvention
Calypsonians hoping to secure a place in the national finals of the Calypso Monarch competition may have to prepare for less prize money this year.
2018 Junior Calypso Monarch launched
You could get charged/fined for wining like that
The actual penalty for "thiefing a wine", however, would be at the discretion of the court, said acting ASP Michael Jackman at the weekly police press briefing.
I encouraged Muslims to join Isis
Islamic Front leader admits:
Teachers told: Move beyond the exam
Dr Rowena Kalloo, challenged secondary school teachers to revisit their teaching techniques and engage their students in a deeper exercise aimed at developing their understanding of science.
Facebook gun sale
One pathologist at Forensic Science Centre, bodies piling up
Daughter of missing mom: Police failed my family
It has been almost one month since Chelsea Mohammed last saw or heard from her mother, Anita.
Aranguez man killed while sitting in car
Dave Babwah was approached from behind by a gunman who shot him several times in the head before escaping in a waiting vehicle.
Teen sisters found
Girl, 13, left for school, never came back
Ashwanie Jagan left her home at Suchit Trace on Tuesday morning and has not returned.
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