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'T&T is not going to intervene in Venezuelan crisis'
Posted: Tuesday, March 19, 2019

'T&T is not going to intervene in Venezuelan crisis'
National Security Minister and Minister in the Office of the Prime Minister, Stuart Young, has reiterated Government's committment to respecting the sovereignty of Venezuela and said Thursday it continues to recognise Nicolas Maduro as the president of the troubled Latin American neighbour.

'Al-Rawi, wife get Govt rental deal'
OPPOSITION Leader Kamla Persad-Bissessar is calling for a criminal investigation into Attorney General Faris Al-Rawi for alleged misconduct in public office, claiming that the AG and his wife will pocket more than $23 million from the State's rental of a St Clair property that they allegedly own.

NLCB director dismissed
Forde had previously been on suspension. She is challenging the decision of the SASC through an appeal lodged at the Hall of Justice in Port of Spain. Forde's termination was disclosed to NLCB staff members during a meeting yesterday morning.

No workers going home–Judiciary
The Judiciary says it will not be terminating the employment of any worker during its ongoing restructuring exercise.

Animal activist: Establish unit to deal with strays
Animal rights advocate Jowelle De Souza wants the Government to establish an animal police unit to enforce mandatory spaying and neutering of stray animals across T&T.

Agricultural benefits of Saharan dust particles
Thick plumes of Saharan dust which blanketed T&T over the weekend have caused hardship for scores of people suffering from asthma and other respiratory illnesses but agriculturalists welcome the free natural fertilizer.

AG challenges MATT for cybercrime solutions
Attorney General Faris Al-Rawi has challenged the Media Association of Trinidad and Tobago to find a middle ground on the Cybercrime bill so that criminal acts online can finally be prosecuted.

UNC MP: Govt favours Venies over Africans
THE Government's grant of one year of residency to Venezuelan migrants stands in stark contrast to its treatment of migrants from Africa, alleged Naparima MP Rodney Charles.

Husband jailed for slaps
A MAN was sent to jail today for 12 months for beating his wife during an argument over what she had cooked for him.

Khan: Paria RFP issued "inadvertently"
Any request for proposal for the sale of Paria Fuel Trading Co Ltd was "inadvertently issued" and will be withdrawn and retracted, Energy Minister Franklin Khan has said.

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