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6,000 housing units by 2020
Posted: Saturday, May 18, 2019

Dillon: 6,000 houses by fiscal 2020
Govt signs US $71m contract with Chinese company

$M HDC homes for South Quay, Sando
'6,000 housing units by 2020'

Imbert: CAL lost $3.5B under PP
FINANCE Minister Colm Imbert says State-owner Caribbean Airlines Ltd (CAL) lost $3.5 billion under the previous People's Partnership administration.

T&T Air Guard on verge of collapse

Finance Bill passed in Senate
The Finance (Supplementary Appropriation) (Financial Year 2019) Bill, 2019 was read a third time and passed in the Senate after a 13-hour debate ended late on Wednesday night.

$26m bank account: But workers told bring own toilet paper, water

Camille puzzled by toilet paper request
Minister: Nalis has $26m in bank

Teachers sexting, sexually harassing students
Teachers texting explicit images to students, touching the genitals of students and homosexual acts with students are some of the instances of sexual misconduct and harassment that the Teaching Service Commission has investigated over the past five years.

...Sex complaints against teachers failing

Parts of Sando hospital to undergo power outages on Sunday
Visitors to the San Fernando General Hospital are advised of electricity interruptions to parts of the facility between 7:00 am and 4:00 pm on Sunday 19 May, 2019.

AG blames UNC for deterioration of court building in Sando
ATTORNEY General Faris Al-Rawi is blaming the poor state of the San Fernando magistrate's court on the United National Congress (UNC) which, he said, did no preventative or maintenance work on the building.

Petition for CSEC Maths to be redone after cheating fiasco

THE Tranquillity Government Secondary students found using their cell phones to share the answer sheet during a CSEC math exam in a classroom on Wednesday are being allowed to write the rest of their exams in others subjects.

Coconut vendor raped
POLICE are searching for a man who raped a coconut vendor on the east coast on Thursday. The victim reported that the man attacked her at her vending shed.

Mother in court for burning child's hand

Charges for shooting, murder suspects
Five men arrested by Central police during a hunt for fugitives between Wednesday night and Thursday morning were sent to the various divisions where they allegedly committed their crimes and are expected to be charged over the weekend.

V'zuelan guns among 8,000 illegal arms in TT

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