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Moses Meets With Guaido
Posted: Monday, March 25, 2019

Moses: Guaido provided new information
Moses said that the Government had not backtracked on its previous hands-off position as it relates to the political leadership of Venezuela, but said Guaido's presentation contained new information.

US expert warns: Be cautious with Chinese loans

US warns TT govt about trading with China
WITH TT’s government anxious to create jobs to replace those terminated with the closure of State-owned Petrotrin, American expert on international affairs in the Caribbean and Latin America Dr Evan Ellis is advising government to be careful and not let its vulnerability compromise its better economic judgement.

Moonilal calls on Integrity Commission to probe AG

PM: Mischief-making by MP Charles
THE Prime Minister last week alluded that Naparima MP Rodney Charles was mischief-making in asking if this country was biased is its treatment of different types of immigrant.

Never take feedom for granted: Spiritual Baptists reminded
SPIRITUAL Baptists danced and sang as they marched through the streets of San Fernando from Carib Street to Harris Promenade on Saturday, where the Tubal Uriah “Buzz” Butler Baptist Village was opened.

Water quality testing for World Water Day
AS World Water Day was observed last Friday, water quality testing was done across Tobago. Environmental officers from the THA’s Division of Infrastructure, Quarries and the Environment (DIQE) were seen monitoring fresh water, brackish water and saltwater sites as well as wetlands situated throughout the island.

Skerritt elected new CWI president
THE reign of Whyclife "Dave" Cameron as president of Cricket West Indies (CWI) has come to an end with challenger and former board member Richard "Ricky" Skerritt defeating the Jamaican in the elections held today at the Pegasus Hotel in Jamaica. Skerritt, a former St Kitts and Nevis cabinet minister, will assume the role of president with his slate winning the voting process by eight votes to four.

‘Scanny’ Martin’s son killed
Policeman shoots gunman

PM opens $115m sporting complex in Diego Martin

Police officer in deadly PBR accident crash released

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