Central Govt owes Tobago $20b
Posted: Saturday, February 9, 2019
Kidnapped Penal fishermen freed
US$90,000 ransom paid
6 kidnapped fishermen released
Several seamen still held hostage
Stuart: Flood of tip-offs since sex raid
MY HARD LUCK LIFE
National awardee begs for help
Gov't recruits 33 Cuban specialist doctors
The doctors are the seventh batch of Cuban nationals who have been integrated into the public health sector in recent years for a contracted period of three years, to fill vacancies that have not been filled by qualified nationals.
Men caught in Jamaica airport with drugs from T&T
Jamaican narcotics police have reported disrupting an alleged drug trafficking syndicate operating between Jamaica and the twin-island republic of Trinidad and Tobago.
CJ did not roster judges
Judiciary responds to UNC's election petition claims
Young people should not use ganja
Cancer treatment doctor weighs in at 2nd marijuana consultation
Flood victims still waiting on cheques
FOUR months after flood victims were left devastated and their homes badly damaged, residents of Caroni, St Helena and Las Lomas are calling on the Ministry of Social Development and Family Services to fast-track the distribution of their cheques.
TTMS monitors saharan dust approaching southern Caribbean
62 trucks ticketed for operating over prescribed weight
...will aid with the enforcement of the Highways and Motor Vehicles and Road Traffic Acts.
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