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Posted: Monday, October 29, 2018

Digital government can deliver GDP savings
iGovTT drives online public services

Divali Nagar continues without Gov't funding
"I understand government has approved an undisclosed amount but we are still to receive any word on the amount," Teemal said.

Flood relief: St. Vincent and Grenadines to donate US$40K to T&T
The Prime Minister also mentioned in his speech that SVG itself has, between 2010 and 2017, lost over EC$700 million, a figure in excess of a third of our Gross Domestic Product(GDP), in damage caused by storms, heavy rainfall, landslides, raging seas and rivers.

ITNAC receives money from Nicki Minaj and Busta Rhymes
NGO Is There Not a Cause (ITNAC) has received promised financial assistance from international rappers Nicki Minaj and Busta Rhymes to assist the victims of the October 19 to 21 floods.

Grande flood victims tell of woes
Rondon to appear in court

Caroni police station still being sanitised
Policemen working out of mobile unit

Send the MOU
Afra Raymond to Sandals' boss:

Seventh earthquake in one week: 4.1 magnitude quake strikes near T&T

Petrotrin moves against land grabbers

Culture ministry assists Shadow's family through NCC

PanTrinbago gets new woman president
Beverly Ramsey-Moore wins with 116 votes

Beverly Ramsey-Moore elected first female president of Pan Trinbago

'You weren't there either'
Shooting victims' family hit back at commissioner:

Judge: Hold parents responsible for children's criminal actions
A High Court judge is calling for the enactment of laws to hold parents and guardians responsible for their children's criminal actions.

Griffith on police threats: I am just warming up
Commissioner of Police Gary Griffith has responded to threats made against a member of the Inter Agency Task Force (IATF) by urging criminals "not to put God out of their thoughts" as he was prepared to deal with any threat against his officers.

Prison officer arrested after plant-like substance found in lunch bag
A prison officer with over 25 years' service was found to be in possession of several packets of plant-like substances concealed in his lunch bag at the Maximum Security Prison.

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