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Govít rejects 'dirty money' blacklisting
Posted: Wednesday, February 20, 2019

Govít rejects 'dirty money' blacklisting by European Commission
Finance Minister Colm Imbert said government stands with the US in rejecting the blacklisting of Trinidad and Tobago and American territories by the European Commission.

TSTT CEO paid $180,000 a month
Company faced bankruptcy in 2 years

Imbert: EU blacklisting 'came out of the blue'
On Wednesday the European Union identified TT, US and 21 other states that pose money laundering and terror financing risks.

PM: TT too focused on the negatives

Dealers: Scrap iron industry on verge of collapse their licenses to operate have been delayed due to a new requirement from the Environmental Management Authority (EMA) for a Certificate of Environmental Clearance (CEC).

President: Social justice a high priority

Deosaran: Some stories empower gangs
He also said that gang leaders relied heavily on popularity as part of their influence and urged media houses to be mindful that some stories can further empower gangs.

Griffith pledges to choose words wisely if criticising media

Fishermen protest: No gas, no vote
A GROUP of fishermen protested with placards outside Parliament in Port of Spain yesterday over the rise in the price of diesel and the lack of supply of regular gasoline.

Do not corrupt students' minds
Adults advised during Carnival season

Judge orders release of Asian businessmen
A High Court judge has ordered the immediate release of three Asian men who have been in police custody 12 days without charge.

Chinese sex ring suspects freed, re-arrested

Husband sues for wrongful birth
A FATHER of three, unable to afford more children, decided to have a vasectomy to prevent his wife becoming pregnant.

Doubles vendor hacked to death in shop
Suspect nabbed at airport

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