First shallow water bid round since 2010
Posted: Sunday, November 11, 2018
Energy Ministry launches first shallow water bid round since 2010
Prospective bidders must pay US$40,000 pre-bid to receive access to the ministry’s data and US$50,000 per bid per block. When bids are awarded, the ministry will earn a non-refundable signing bonus.
Dominica report for House committee
No checks on party financing
EBC chairman urges political reform
Cyclists killed in Beetham crash despite police escort
At 7.15 am the group of cyclists were heading east along the highway when a driver lost control and slammed into them.
Cyclists killed in Beetham crash honoured
Inglefield: No trained crash investigators in T&T
Relocate 400 from HDC's $187M Debe development
Three years later, no move has been made to relocate residents who have been forced to live in unsafe structures, some of them with gaping cracks in their walls.
Residents fear 'disaster' at HDC Coconut Grove
Like many other Housing Development Corporation (HDC) projects, Mayaro’s Coconut Grove Development faces its share of woes, including complaints of constant flooding due to improper drainage.
14 new interceptors for border
Couple in shock as Tobago cops kick in wrong door
An elderly couple of Mason Hall, Tobago, say they have been left traumatised following an early morning ordeal with police officers of the Tobago Task Force.
Govt spends millions to treat diabetics in T&T
It is estimated that there are more than 175,000 people currently living with diabetes in T&T and millions of dollars are being spent by the Government to treat patients. This is according to the Diabetes Association of T&T.
Three Venezuelans were held with this
Police said the men were found hiding in a house at Icacos Village, Cedros. The officers searched the premises and found a Kel-Tec Sub 2000, one magazine, 264 rounds of 9mm ammunition and 87 rounds of 5.56mm ammunition.
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