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'The rant of a delusional woman'
Posted: Saturday, May 2, 2020

'The rant of a delusional woman'
As a desperate and failing Opposition Leader it has become abundantly clear that it is the UNC’s position that for them to succeed the country must fail. It matters not what they have to do to bring about such failure but fail we must according to them.

Paria fuel deal to tycoon matter in House Speaker knocked for not recusing self

US probes T&T fuel shipment linked to Venezuela
The warning comes from the US government after it became aware of reports that a shipment of Paria Fuel Trading Company fuel that left Trinidad and Tobago's shores for Aruba may have eventually been sent to Venezuela in defiance of US sanctions against that country.

T&T back on US intellectual property watchlist
In a special report from the Office of the United States Trade Representative (USTR) released on Wednesday, Trinidad and Tobago has returned to a watch list of countries for concerns of intellectual property violations due to "a lack of enforcement actions."

UWI Debe campus welcomes its first intake
She said, "They have to sign a contact to not take pictures or do any video recording. They are not allowed to make video calls." The woman, who requested anonymity, said relatives are allowed to drop off items between 9 and 10 am. "The items must be sealed."

Trinidad and Tobago now tops Oxford covid19 tracker
It is a working paper, which means it is a non-peer-reviewed article. These are used for early drafts to gather feedback before they are submitted to academic journals. This country shares the lead with Croatia, Hong Kong and Iceland.

CMO: Fewer people going to get tested for COVID-19
Speaking at Friday's media briefing to address COVID-19 health measures, Dr Parasram said that if people present symptoms but avoid going to centres to be tested they cannot be forced to do so.

Two more covid19 patients sent home
In addition to the two people discharged on Friday evening, eight were cleared to go home from the Home of Football in Couva between 10 am and 4 pm on Friday, bringing the total number discharged to 83.

Sagicor posts 703M in profit for 2019

Farm workers threaten legal action:
Over 150 of them hope to travel to Ontario for its seasonal agricultural workers' programme and have written to Labour Minister Jennifer Baptiste-Primus for her ministry's failure to facilitate their departure.

Grande man charged for breaking stay-at-home order
Investigators said they had warned Chattergoon about opening his store several times before.

Bookstores want to be listed as ‘essential service'
In a statement on Wednesday, BIOTT said parents and teachers have been calling bookstores across the country to get their hands on schoolbooks and other resources for their children to "get a head start."

Need to revisit mega-farms for food security

Sargassum takes over Rockly Bay
Rockly Bay is now a sea of sargassum after a floating "island" of sargassum washed ashore on Wednesday.

Rambharat: Plenty Venes in line, not T&T citizens
Agriculture Minister Clarence Rambharat suggested yesterday that it was not Trinidad and Tobago citizens but Venezuelan nationals who were lining up for food hampers at the Living Water Community.

More businesses prepare plans to reopen safely

Pictured: One month of Stay at Home measures

Matura man held with large quantity of cash
The 24-year-old man from Matura was found to have in his possession a quantity of cash totalling $84,000.

Man held, marijuana seized in Toco
A police media release on Friday said Eastern Division police stopped and searched the car and found 940 grams of marijuana.

Bail for woman charged with unlawfully killing brother
Police are contending that Henry and the accused were arguing in the yard of the family's home at about 6 pm last week Thursday over allegations of abuse of a toddler. It escalated into a fight during which Henry was stabbed and died.

A 'bad drive' that escalated into shooting death
Ramkissoon, also known as "Baby", got into an argument on Wednesday with a woman over the incident which occurred last week, and it escalated into his violent death.

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