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Sinanan: Cedros erosion can't repair
Posted: Sunday, March 11, 2018

Sinanan: Cedros erosion can't repair
Works Minister Rohan Sinanan says there is nothing that can be done to repair the coastal erosion taking place in Bamboo Village, Cedros.

Port chairman quits
Just shy of a year on the job, chairman of the Port Authority (PATT) Alison Lewis is calling it quits, but Minister of Works and Transport Rohan Sinanan is hoping she will reconsider.

Port chairman quits, remains tight-lipped

Tobago businesses forced to shut doors
Unreliable sailings by ferry service to blame...

Fall in tourist arrivals in T&T

Govt gets low marks for midterm performance

Health Minister slams local food industry
Health Minister Terrence Deyalsingh yesterday accused the food and beverage industry of contributing to the high rate of non-communicable disease cases in this country.

$100m white elephants
HDC Edinburgh Towers project stalled for years

LATT: No slight to AG
... swamped with other legal opinions and never got around to responding to him.

Carmona returns today to deal with Archie sabbatical correspondence among judges in the period July 21, 2014, indicated that there was never any agreement (to deal with leave).

Moonilal: Rowley must act on CJ
Oropouche East MP Dr Roodal Moonilal is once again calling on Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley to invoke Section 137 of the Constitution in resolving the controversies surrounding Chief Justice Ivor Archie.

Absent Archie may make history
...'First CJ to miss' swearing-in of new President

Rudy to write to PM about Garcia's conduct

The Very Reverend Tenia

Ceiling collapses at Sando hospital
PATIENTS had to be rushed out of the burns unit of the San Fernando General Hospital yesterday morning after a portion of the ceiling collapsed.

Raquel's daughter is safe

Woman killed for her chain
Police believe the man who shot dead a woman he robbed on Friday night may not have intended to kill her but panicked when she resisted him.

Woman killed in taxi still unidentified

'Smeagol' killed in Charlieville
Residents said they remembered hearing loud explosions but thought it was fireworks, as violence is a rarity in their community.

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