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Posted: Thursday, August 9, 2018

McIntyre on US Navy ship arriving in TT

Raymond: Total housing output is a fail
100,000 homes target, less than 12,000 built

Lending rates on the rise
...effective August 13, the rate will increase from 9.0 per cent to 9.25 per cent. This, it explained, was "in keeping with changing market conditions."

Hunt for 250 specialists
No locals so Deyalsingh goes to Cuba

$6.8m training plan for weak RHA bosses
The training is targeted to help managers and their teams improve on the delivery of services and efficiency in the public healthcare sector.

National Security still negotiating terms with Gary

Port awaits Galleons Passage
PORT Authority chairman Lyle Alexander is hopeful the Galleons Passage ferry will be operating on the domestic seabridge soon.

Maha Sabha accuses EOC of unfair treatment
Hijab ban at Lakshmi Girls' High School

Fired UTT lecturers meet EOC

Muslims wants Chaguanas abattoir reopened
Karim said it is their understanding that the closure has to do with the corporation's failure to pay its electricity bill. He described the situation as unacceptable and a disrespect to Muslims.

Policeman loses promotion lawsuit
He will move up once sick leave certificates submitted

Cops rescue casino boss from abductors
Police rescued a 48-year-old casino manager from kidnappers after a high-speed chase in St James early Tuesday morning.

Man accused of tendering bogus Central Bank cheques
A Maraval man has appeared before a Port-of-Spain magistrate charged with two counts of uttering of a forged valuable security, namely, two Central Bank of Trinidad and Tobago (CBTT) cheques in the sum of US$1,614,240 and US$1,520,700, respectively.

'He fell in way of cutlass'
Farmer denies chopping fellow villager

Mayaro man charged with trafficking Venezuelan minor
The Police Service is appealing to members of the public to be aware of predators who lure foreign nationals to T&T under the guise of assisting with employment, work permits and the offer of other forms of support.

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