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Beyond the Dragon deal
Posted: Sunday, February 9, 2020

Beyond the Dragon deal

PM: T&T will benefit from Loran-Manatee
T&T and Venezuela are continuing to collaborate on the Dragon field project and the Loran Manatee field will augment gas production from 2025, assisting in alleviating gas curtailment

Opposition Leader worried about Interception Bill

TSTT warns: Do not return unknown foreign calls
"This activity appears to be part of a premium rate scam intended to prey on unsuspecting recipients who return these calls and stay on the line for an extended period."

Duane blanked after he 'lied', Sea Lots calls the shots
Was it because O’Connor had "lied" to the screening committee about where he lived at that time or because of his perceived allegiance to the UNC who had given him a house? Or was it because of Sea Lots residents did not want an "informant" representing their community?

AG believes T&T will be removed from blacklist
T&T and 15 other countries were blacklisted by the FATF because it was not compliant with Anti-Money Laundering and Countering the Financing of Terrorism (AML/CFT) codes.

Police yet to get scales, ticket books for ganja offences

Banks willing to invest in renewables

Mr Killa runs away from Soca Monarch, bows out competition
He hoped to defend his title this year with Soca Storm. However, he said his decision to withdraw was because he had not received the courtesiesť deserving of a defending monarch from the new management of Caribbean Prestige Foundation (CPF), organisers of the International Soca Monarch (ISM) competitions - Power Soca and Groovy Soca.

Arima MP, mayor sorry over stickfighting end
The stickfighters staged a protest before the competition stating that they were not paid for the previous year. The National Stick Fighting competition falls under the National Carnival Commission. After the fiasco, NCC chairman Winston "Gypsy" Peters said he washed his hands off the entire competition and it will be cancelled outright.

Police search for two women, four missing teens

Off-duty cop kills gunman during domestic row

Diego man home torched, victim chained to gas tank

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