Oil, gas spew into Gulf
Posted: Sunday, July 8, 2018
'We gave up trying to collect'
GUILLAUME Merrick fought tirelessly for nine years, hoping to secure money awarded to him by the High and Appeal courts in 2008 and 2013, respectively.
Deyalsingh ready to help cancer patient
Amidst criticisms from a cancer patient about his alleged lack of compassion, Health Minister Terrence Deyalsingh says the State is ready to assist any cancer patient who requires care at the nation's hospitals.
Oil, gas spew into Gulf
The Ministry of Energy is now seeking foreign assistance to cap off a well which is spewing high pressures of oil and gas, 40 feet from the seabed in the Gulf of Paria, near the Couva oil platform.
Marlene admitted to hospital again
PUBLIC Administration Minister Marlene McDonald has been hospitalised for a second time in less than a month.
Stop voting on race
PEP's Felicia Holder calls for change
Reform of Petrotrin will define Govt—Hosein
Minister promises action on SEA leak
Time to put IRO on growth path
Dean Knolly Clarke on new mission
Nicole's passion for people
The Belmont East electoral district has historically been aligned to the People's National Movement (PNM).
$1.5m NLCB social media deal
Former agriculture minister and deputy director at NLCB Devant Maharaj wrote to Imbert on Friday requesting that he look into the award of a contract to McCann Erickson to create, develop, manage and maintain NLCB's social media channels and provide social media content for NLCB.
Soldiers make horrific discovery: Missing man found
Kareem tells of struggles growing up in Beetham
My name is Kareem Josiah Marcelle, 23. I am the son of Sherma Wilson, radio talk show host and former PNM alderman in the San Juan/Laventille Regional Corporation. Growing up in the community of Beetham Gardens has been no easy task. From very young I knew that it was a rough road ahead.
Abdullah on 'warpath' after name called
To say Islamic front Leader Umar Abdullah is displeased with the Government naming him among reasons for enactment of the Anti-terrorism Bill is putting it mildly.
Colm's son robbed, suspect detained
Government ministers and their families are not immune to crime.
Marijuana laws too draconian
The Caricom Regional Commission on Marijuana has labelled existing regional marijuana laws as draconian and one which carries with it inappropriate criminal penalties.
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