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Feel-good Budget coming
Posted: Sunday, October 6, 2019

Feel-good Budget coming
Sources with intimate knowledge of the Budget told the Sunday Guardian that Imbert's 2020 Budget will be larger than 2019 as he increases expenditure in the Public Sector Investment Programme (PSIP) and several construction projects, while at the same time paying some of the bills he has been owing to the business community and contractors.

PM: Stop bad-talking T&T, it's no hellhole

Ramnarine expects renewable energy in budget

TT praised for Venezuela, disaster relief

Billion-dollar Toco Port to start weeks before general election

Absent travellers 'fill up' ferries

Housing Minister: 180,000 want houses
Housing Minister Edmund Dillon said from 2015 to 2019 over 4,000 units have been distributed. However, as soon as units are distributed, more people sign up for housing so the government must partner with the private sector to help meet the demand.

PM: Don't take social safety network for granted
Rowley who explained that $4.7 billion was allocated to the Ministry of Social Development for the pension programme in the last fiscal year, with an additional 272 million in supplement funds to bolster the programme.

Breast cancer survivor Kerry Des Vignes opens up about her journey
I urge women to be advocates for their own health and wellness. Do your regular breast self exams and keep your mammogram appointment. Your annual check ups are necessary. Eat well and exercise as best as you can.

Pres celebrates the sacrifices of our educators

No vacancies for teachers, says TTUTA head
TT Unified Teachers' Association (TTUTA) president Lynsley Doodhai says while global trends indicate there is likely to be a teacher shortage within the next decade, the situation in TT is quite the opposite. He told Sunday Newsday the Ministry of Education is inundated with applications for teaching positions but there are no vacancies.

Charles: It was a misstatement
UNC MP endorses PNM 'as best party' on stage...

PNM Tobago Council convention today

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