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Central Bank projects TT recovery
Posted: Saturday, June 29, 2019

World economic outlook seems uncertain but Central Bank projects TT recovery

New vehicle sales suffer with Petrotrin lay-offs
Massy Motors CEO: A lot of cars returned

No registration cards yet for Venezuelans
...Govt working on who can stay, signing deportation orders

Venezuelan girl in tears after SEA
...the family who currently live in Chaguanas arrived in the country in 2012 via legal channels. However, their passports have since expired along with the student's permit that was granted to the young lady for one year.

Kamla: Give local govt elections protection

Rowley adores Stuart: 'He my Garry Sobers'

Caiso: One more milestone to accomplish
The EOA prohibits discrimination to promote equality of opportunity between people of different status. "It chracterises "status" as the sex, race, ethnicity, origin (including geographical origin), religion, marital status, or disability, but categorically adds that "sex" does not include sexual preference or orientation.

Reviewing the leaked SEA 2018 data

Sprangalang 'serious' at hospital

Teen invited to job interview, raped

Wife spat ends with ferry bomb threat arrest

8 Rasta City gangsters are in custody

PCA probing 150 fatal shootings

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