Just go now, Mr Young
Posted: Wednesday, May 20, 2020
Just go now, Mr Young
T&T broke Rio Treaty
But in a response to Mondello's statement last evening, Young said his comments in the Upper House were "misconstrued. I never said that the Ambassador did not raise the visit of Venezuelan Vice-President Delcy Rodriguez nor did I say that the Ambassador did not raise the Rio Treaty," Young said.
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She said the ministry was aware of the challenges in some countries regarding basic supplies, but the ministry has been doing the risk analysis by product and monitoring closely. She reported some members of the private sector have had to look at alternative supply chains and that would have resulted in some minor price increases.
IDB gives $5m to CARPHA for covid19 fight
In a release on Monday, IDB said the grant is being financed by the IDB Japan Special Fund. The fund was first established in 1988 by the Government of Japan to foster social and economic growth throughout the IDB's borrowing member countries.
HOLD ON, CXC
"Given the fact that now, because of the covid19, CXC is projecting that the final grades will be awarded based on paper one, which is the multiple choices and the SBA, therefore, we are questioning whether that will be enough to provide the integrity and the rigorousness required to award these final grades to students," she said.
Fraud delays rental aid for 2,000 Tobagonians
"We are aware that no landlord in Trinidad or Tobago to date has received this rental assistance, as there must now be a verification process, via site visits, to ensure that the information being provided on these applications is indeed accurate. We know that the process is taking longer than it should but there is a lot of work happening in the background at this time, so that the applications can be honoured in the shortest time possible."
AG: Public outcry needed for UNC to support bail bill
Al-Rawi said the Government's position was that anyone charged with possession of a gun and or ammunition will have to convince a court why they ought to be granted bail as opposed to an automatic denial of bail. Last Friday the opposition did not support the bill which had been previously passed by the Senate last November to curb possession of any "prohibited weapon" defined as "artillery or automatic firearm, or grenade, bomb or other like missile."
New senator JW: I want to be the conduit for the 'grass roots man'
Asked about his chances of unseating the incumbent MP Dr Fuad Khan he replied: "It's in the hands of the Father. I'm just going to put my best foot forward. You go in it to win it, but at the same time how everything has been going so far and how I've been approaching it I think the sky's the limit. That would be such an amazing accomplishment not only for the PNM and in terms of shaping the outcome of the election but just a feel good story."
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Opposition Leader credits climate with low covid19 numbers
"So those who say we've done very well in Trinidad, we took the right measures and so on, well it means we've done very well in the whole Caribbean." She reiterated that she had called for a lockdown when the first death occurred because it would help stop the spread of the virus.
UWI med students to help in covid19 fight
HEALTH Minister Terrence Deyalsingh disclosed that 50 third-year medical students from UWI's St Augustine campus will help county medical officers of health (CMOHs) in monitoring guidelines approved last week for businesses/facilities/institutions to use to prevent the spread of covid19.
Prisoners on remand want covid19 protection
A group of a little over 400 prisoners on remand at the Maximum Security Prison (MSP) at Golden Grove, Arouca, is threatening to take legal action against the Health Minister and the Commissioner of Prison for failing to implement covid19 regulations for the prison.
Local govt corps clamping down on illegal dumping
Hosein said his ministry is collaborating with the health ministry and other stakeholders, including the disaster management units of the corporations, to develop additional strategies and precautionary measures for the upcoming seasons.
Man held driving SUV owned by murdered couple
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A $500 fine for breaching protection order
The protection order has an effect of three years which prevents Celestine from engaging in, or threatening to engage in any act of domestic violence against her; physically abusing or act to abuse her; and abusing her by use of threatening, obscene and insulting statements.
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