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PM: You are a traitor lady
Posted: Saturday, May 9, 2020

PM: You are a traitor lady
This was the accusation Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley levelled against Opposition leader Kamla Persad-Bissessar yesterday, as he accused her of conspiring to get the United States to sanction Trinidad and Tobago over a fuel deal emanating from this country which may have eventually Venezuela.

Kamla to PM: Did PDVSA officials visit T&T in March?

Kamla: PM exposing T&T to danger
Venezuela's vice-president's visit to T&T...

Speaker roasts 'disrespectful' Moonilal's 'dastardly' behaviour
She began with setting out the substantive criteria for a definite matter of urgent public importance and said it was clear that some members had difficulty in grasping the meaning of the term "definite". She explained that for a matter to be definite it must not only be specific but the facts must be settled, certain and not hypothetical or presumptive. "Mere allegations cannot constitute a definite matter. Indeed, the requirement that the matter must be definite is, logically, the first and most critical hurdle."

The Opposition Leader Calls for Petrotrin to be reopened as part of economic reform efforts

‘Tackling rampant criminality'
Campaign finance reform...

San Fernando Mayor: Covid19 perfect time for stricter sanitation
“It is so difficult to implement change. People are set in their ways and their culture and there is resistance and challenges. But now that the law is on our side, it gives us the opportunity because it's now mandated that you adhere to public health guidelines.

Prestige Holdings responds to video: KFC not opening

Mouttet Foundation gives $3m aid
$1 million in food and emergency grants to be channelled to the contributing partners' employees who have been displaced, and $2 million in food products to non-governmental organisations (NGOs), religious organisations and regional bodies for distribution to those in need

Shelters for abused women, children full
There has been an “influx of calls” to members of the managing committee of the Shelter for battered women and children since stay-at-home measures were implemented on March 22. Committee member Sherron Harford said two shelters have closed because of lack of funding, another is operating at 50 per cent capacity and the rest are full.

April second driest in 75 years; temps climbed over 34 degrees

Fears of health crisis at Icacos migrant camp
Icacos residents are appealing for proper toilets facilities to be provided for a group of Venezuelan migrants who have formed a community on the Icacos Beach.

Spanish-speaking police to help with Living Water lines
"From midnight they'll start lining up. We are told they (Living Water) will be using a number system so after the first thousand people are given supplies, the others may have to find one of the other parishes to go to. "We will be having additional officers as well as barriers to ensure there is some order."

History-making Panograma breathes life and love into the body of pan

Man arrested for 200 grams of marijuana
...police were duty on Port of Spain and were on Espinet St Success Village when they noticed a man with a black bag in his hand looking at them.

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