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More than $2m spent
Posted: Thursday, November 22, 2018

More than $2m spent to recover CL Financial $15b

DeNovo makes first gas delivery to NGC
DeNovo, part the Swiss-based Proman Group, is now TT's fifth natural gas producer, and has committed to delivering 80 million standard cubic feet of gas per day for use by petrochemical plants on the Point Lisas Industrial Estate

Senate passes Petrotrin Bill

Superb Caterers boss defends business
Petrotrin lies!

SEC makes new claims against GHL
A public Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) hearing yesterday should have been a formality to wrap up concerns of Jamaican conglomerate National Commercial Bank Jamaica Ltd's (NCBJ) takeover bid for local insurance giant Guardian Holdings Ltd (GHL).

No abused child should live in silence
Children's Authority chairman:

Elder abuse abounds in TT
ELDERLY people are shunted into unsuitable and unregistered old follks' homes, and at one home in St James the elderly are mixed in with mental patients, a joint select committee (JSC) learned yesterday.

JSC told high abuse at elderly homes
Cops probe 6 serious cases

$4.7m earned by Brian Lara Stadium
Ramdeen asked when the administration decided to spend $110 million on the facility in fiscal 2016 and 2017 what was the projected revenue upon which the decision was taken.

Harsh dry season for 2019
"It is going to be similar to 2016 and even 2010 because these were two of the more harsh and very extreme dry seasons so we need to pay attention on how we light outdoor fires..."

Flood victim dies of leptospirosis
Samir Khan, 37, of New Street, Caroni, died on Tuesday at the Eric Williams Medical Sciences Complex, Mt Hope, ten days after being admitted to the hospital.

Discoloured water in Cedros/Icacos taps

AG under fire for refugee statements

CAL to add 12 new planes in 2019

2nd illegal Greenvale tenant evicted
HDC starts housing audit

Sandwiched under bus, mom saw death
UNDER a bus, pinned between a galvanised roof and her mattress, 38-year-old mother of three Tenille Carla Moses said she woke up on Monday and saw death.

Former Speaker Griffith dies at 72
Dr Rupert Griffith, a former MP who served under both PNM and UNC administrations, died tonight after a brief illness, a few weeks after his 72nd birthday on November 7.

Reduction in crime in North Eastern Division
Increase in patrols and exercises particularly along the Eastern Main Road were responsible for the reductions.

No autopsies till Monday: Pathologist on vacation
There will be no post-mortem examinations at the Forensic Science Centre, St James until Monday, as pathologist Dr Hughvon Des Vignes left on vacation yesterday and is expected to return in six weeks.

Griffith, wife defiant after beheading threat
Suspect held in Gasparillo

Boy,12, charged with misusing phone after threat to CoP
The schoolboy was identified as the person who made a death threat to police Commissioner Gary Griffith around 8.30 am on Sunday.

Autopsy: Cable ruptured Rousillac man's liver
John, 49, was struck by a rotten utility pole which caused injuries to his back. But an autopsy yesterday at the San Fernando Mortuary showed he died from a fatal blow from a cable connected to the pole.

Policeman foils armed robbery
An off-duty policeman foiled an armed robbery at a Tunapuna bar on Tuesday afternoon, disarming the suspect after a shootout.

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