PM lifts TT out of hole
Posted: Monday, January 7, 2019
PM lifts TT out of hole
THE Prime Minister (PM) vowed to continue to work to lift the country out of debt that he likened to a hole that he blamed on the former government's spending including a dubious sum of $29 billion, in a pre-recorded address to the nation.
Rowley: We did more with less
Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley said his administration's plan for the country would cost taxpayers $12.5 billion - less than half of what his predecessors wasted
PM: Government not magic, but management
No ease-up from Rohan
DESPITE today's back-to-school rush of parents dropping off their children to school, motorists cannot expect any special favours regarding the requirement to get their vehicles inspected for road worthiness
When is a low rider too low?
Several motorists with raised suspensions as well as lowriders have been given inspection notifications even though they have stickers
Prakash: I'll wait and see
Speculation has been rife over which Opposition candidates will run in the scheduled 2020 General Elections, in light of a purported "dream team" list of candidates published last week
Mixed views on Kamla's election plans
Social media reactions
Cedros councillor upset
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Lee hits Camille over 'theatrics'
Call election now!
Garcia: All schools reopening today
School maxi drivers ‘tired of protesting'
Kamla pays tribute to Sir Fenton
PanTrinbago: Be prepared to give up something
PanTrinbago boss pleads to panmen
Revue hoping for substantial grant
2018 parang season ends on a high note
UDeCOTT: Chair rentals at Maracas unauthorised
...they do not have the required permits.
Fuad wants protection for witnesses to crimes
After robbery at wife's pharmacy - second attack
Who is Mother Clare?
Shindlar's mother pleads for daughter's return
No headway in search for Sheldon Sukhdeo
Three weeks after he was abducted by armed men, businessman Sheldon Sukhdeo is yet to be found by police
Gang rape suspects still in custody
The women of South Oropouche and Siparia were abducted, gang-raped and sodomised by four men in a white Tiida on December 30.
Couple escapes bandit's bullets
Quick thinking saved the lives of Marlon Sieuraj and Curtisha Laing after they were ambushed by robbers in front of their home on Saturday night.
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