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HDC projects hit by approval woes
Posted: Monday, November 5, 2018

HDC projects hit by approval woes, defects
Mistakes cost $2.4 billion

Duke says no zero increase
"We met with the CPO in the month of October 2018, the CPO agreed that all workers would have lost the value of some 13 per cent minimum from their 2013 salaries that was due to core inflation."

Al-Rawi: TT facing FATCA on steroids
ATTORNEY General Faris Al-Rawi has compared the need to pass income tax legislation to fulfil international obligations as "FATCA on steroids."

Report labels T&T 12th dangerous country
Young: Where's the proof?

Hinds: Trou Macaque traumatised
After five killed in police shooting

Hoteliers want more consultation on Sandals
THTA: We support project butů

Angostura audit
Police welfare body watching closely

Flood-ravaged Hindus curtail festive activity
Dark Divali for some

President lauds NCIC flood relief drive

Flood victims at PM's Divali function
THE Prime Minister recounted his personal experiences of hurricanes, volcanoes and earthquakes to seemingly demonstrate that he strongly empathises with the victims of recent flooding in areas of central and east Trinidad.

St Helena residents get Eco-Park for Divali
The site was used as a temporary dumping ground for bulk waste discarded by residents affected by the October 19-21 flooding but had been also under siege by scavengers who dug through discarded items in search of valuables last week.

Greenvale residents: Keep sending assistance

Georgia students send relief supplies to T&T flood victims

Gasparillo businesses tense as Petrotrin closure nears

Fahey-Cadiz to spend more time in hospital
CANCER patient Arielle Fahey-Cadiz will have a longer stay in a US hospital after it was discovered that a malignant tumour was larger than expected.

Former judge Shah dies at 86

Curtis,84, graduates with Mass Comm degree
"I feel great, having achieved one of my milestones," Thomas told reporters at the graduation ceremony at the National Academy of the Performing Arts in Port of Spain.

Introduce parenting classes in schools
Head of primary school principals assoc:

Double murder near the Mitan River Bridge
Police suspect the men were killed elsewhere and the bodies dumped in Manzanilla.

Kedar's killing a revenge hit, cops

Gunplay: Teen shoots himself in the head
Police say an operation is being planned to remove the left eye which was destroyed by the bullet and bone fragments.

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