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TT upsets US
Posted: Saturday, January 26, 2019

TT upsets US
War of words over Venezuela

CARICOM: Heads of gov’t will not interfere in Venezuela’s politics
"Heads of Government reaffirmed their guiding principles of non-interference and non-intervention in the affairs of states, respect for sovereignty, adherence to the rule of law, and respect for human rights and democracy."

UNC endorses Guaido as Venezuela leader

'T&T in a bad situation being close to Venezuela'

Rowley: PP spent $1B in PR

Khan: First Dragon gas by 2021
He said the measurement of progress by a percentage was not an appropriate indicator. He pointed out a heads of agreement was executed on December 5, 2016 and a term sheet signed on August 25, 2018. He added other elements of the project were in train with a completion time frame of between 12 to 18 months.

Khan: Petrotrin's closure an act of love, not hate
ENERGY Minister Franklin Khan accepted a notion that "political interference" could have caused the demise of state-owned Petrotrin, and pledged that his government would stay away from the day-to-day operations of the restructured companies.

NJAC: Citizens right to research deal between Gov't, Sandals
NJAC says there is an urgent need to address the issue of foreign investment as it relates to sustainable development and the national patrimony in the Caribbean in light of recent developments involving Sandals International and governments in the region, including Trinidad and Tobago.

WASA to restrict water usage from next week
THE Water and Sewerage Authority (WASA) has announced water restrictions starting from next week and cautioned any breaches would result in fines.

Success staff, students smoked out
Students and teachers at the Success Laventille Secondary School had to leave school yesterday morning after they complained of difficulty breathing due to smoke from burning rubbish at the Beetham landfill.

Sinanan: $90m for one parcel under PP
Questionable land acquisition for Pt Fortin highway goes to Cabinet

Kamla: 'Mind your Business' was election campaigning

UNC convenes national assembly tomorrow

Campaign finance legislation being finalised

VIA testing to aid cervical cancer detection
"As it is, statistically only five per cent of women in T&T actually access cervical cancer screenings and this five per cent was usually the same people doing revisits."

Voice bows out of Soca Monarch

Family of army crash victim:
No need for long drawn-out probe

Seven-year jail term afterman confesses to rape
A high court judge has condemned as "criminal and morally reprehensible" the rape of a young woman by a man she was once in a relationship with.

Tearful farewell for Tobago’s first murder victim
The charred remains of Moses, 20, of Les Coteaux, were discovered just before the 2am on January 16 at Belmont Road in Hope. Firemen responding to reports of fire discovered his car fully engulfed in flames

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