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$2.6b in Petrotrin loans in six months
Posted: Thursday, November 15, 2018

Imbert: Govt guaranteed $2.6b in Petrotrin loans in six months
The bill is aimed at divesting some of the assets of Petrotrin in three companies

PM: Extra $50,000 for ex-workers
Dr Rowley said Finance Minister Colm Imbert has raised the untaxed portion of the severance packages from an initial figure of $300,000 up to $500,000. The change will cost the country an extra $150 million

Young: PP had attacked Roget
Young said Roget had once told him of a plot by the PP to fire him. "As his advocate attorney we prevented him being fired from Trinmar."

T&T holds trade discussions with Latin American partners

Quevedo: Dragon gas in 2 years

'Alarming' increase in child sex abuse reports
She said there is also a rising trend of crimes being witnessed by children. This, Lewis said, exposes children to acts likely to cause mental and emotional harm, and may be considered offences, according to section four of the Children Act (2012).

Cops alarmed at sex crime spike against children

Top Cop: TTPS intervention will save lives from gang violence

New licensing office earmarked for Arima
DRIVERS in East Trinidad who need to renew their licences, or new drivers, will soon have them issued at a refurbished Arima Licensing Office while a modern one is being constructed.

Elder: 800 TSTT jobs at risk

Sangre Grande steps up flood preparedness
...all efforts are being made to have a safe shelter for residents who live in flood-prone areas.

TT Spirit back on Saturday
THA Secretary of Tourism, Culture and Transportation, councillor Nadine Stewart-Phillips, has asked for patience after the TT Spirit was pulled from service on Monday afternoon because of mechanical issues.

T&T Spirit down as part comes from Germany

Garcia wants extended suspension of four Chaguanas North Students
The meeting revealed that the Student Support Services Division will intervene as there were some social challenges that were causing the students, ranging from forms 1-5, to behave in the way that they did.

Local doctors reconstruct blocked urinary tracts
There is a growing number of men in T&T who cannot ejaculate or urinate on their own because of a condition known as Urethral Stricture Disease.

Cuban refugees: Trinis have been kind to us
The refugees, some of whom arrived in Trinidad from Cuba approximately two years ago, said that their makeshift camps on the street are not ideal, but as they are not allowed to work, they cannot afford a place to stay.

Annisette disheartened over false news about son
LEADER of the Seamen and Waterfront Workers Trade Union (SWWTU) Michael Annisette said he was disappointed over claims on social media that his son Duane King was a gang leader and drug lord.

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