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No $4.5 billion debt
Posted: Saturday, August 4, 2018

Govt meets JCC: No $4.5 billion debt
GOVERNMENT is in the process of verifying claims of $676 million owed to contractors

Protection Orders have 'teeth'
Retired cop says

Duke: Transfer all staff to TTRA
ALL employees of the Inland Revenue Division (IRD) and Customs and Excise Division must be transferred automatically to the TT Revenue Authority (TTRA) without any re-applications.

Children's Authority confirms: Marijuana dad being investigated

PSA: 'Caretakers should not have to defend themselves'
Caretakers handling CHINS continue to complain

Fuad: Private 'asylum' sets bad precedent
ANY lack of action by the authorities over the unregistered private mental home at Santa Cruz where a patient stabbed seven other patients last Saturday will set a very bad precedent and encourage other operators to open similar illegal institutions

Marlene oversees audit
Retired state workers refuse to leave properties

Minister: More forest protection soon
Camille deplores ruin of environment

Jack blocks $1.5m SIS lawsuit claim
Lalla, who also owned contracting company Super Industrial Services (SIS), claimed that the money constituted a loan, which the former Fifa vice-president was expected to repay using US$10 million that he was expected to receive from his former employer, the following year.

Workers want probe at Chaguanas corporation

NLCB puts a break on winnings tax
The National Lotteries Control Board (NLCB) yesterday said it had temporarily put a halt to the collection of a 10 per cent tax on winnings over $1,000 after implementing it at the start of the month.

All PNM nominees known soon

Dookeran: Gary has great insights

'Blow away the evil'
UWI historian laments Columbus statue

Man freed of 2007 murder
IT was Apollos Alexander's fourth trial for murder, and after spending over a decade in jail, he was on Thursday acquitted by a Port of Spain jury.

Teen arrested after car theft
A 17-YEAR-OLD boy was among two people arrested early yesterday after they beat and robbed a 60-year-old man.

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