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Imbert gives 3-month tax amnesty
Posted: Tuesday, May 14, 2019

Imbert gives 3-month tax amnesty
CITIZENS have three months, starting from mid-June, to file outstanding tax returns and pay back-taxes because once the TT Revenue Authority if off and running, future amnesties will be unlikely, Finance Minister Colm Imbert announced yesterday.

...Imbert gives tax amnesty in feel-good review

...Finance Minister hits critics, commentators

Kamla: Economy dead under PNM

Colm gets a fair rating from stakeholders

Carolyn: Gas woes undermine economy

Hubert Bhagwansingh, founder of Bhagwansingh's Hardware, has died

Moonilal: Investigate $0.5b NCB Global linked to ministerís brother
OROPOUCHE East MP Dr Roodal Moonilal has called for a full investigation into NCB Global Finance which has had half a billion in transactions across the state sector and whose CEO in 2014 was the brother of a government minister.

Knife attack after collision on highway
A video has been widely circulated on social media showing a man stabbing a woman on the Uriah Butler Highway yesterday, in what appears to be a road-rage incident after a collision.

...Knife man arrested after shocking road rage attack

Guns found at PoS port
Several automatic rifles have been found at the Port of Spain port. Central police station and Port of Spain CID officers said the discovery was made at Shed 10 sometime on Monday afternoon by customs officers checking incoming cargo. The guns were in a shipping barrel with tins of foodstuff.

Le Hunte defends seizure of farmers' water pumps
Farmers who have had their water pumps confiscated by officials at the Water and Sewerage Authority (WASA) have filed legal action against the Water and Sewerage Authority (WASA) over the confiscation of water pumps.

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