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Iranian oil tanker arrives in Venezuela
Posted: Monday, May 25, 2020

Iranian oil tanker arrives in Venezuela
The first of five Iranian oil tankers heading to Venezuela to help ease fuel shortages has entered the country's waters, encountering no immediate signs of US interference amid a diplomatic standoff.

Young seeks sea quarantine for 300 cruise workers
Young said he has also been in talks with Royal Caribbean's Vision of the Seas cruise ship, which is currently in Barbados waters with 300-plus nationals on board. But he said he was hoping to negotiate for a different approach to the quarantine process for that vessel, since the Government could not undertake to facilitate such a huge number of returning nationals.

The arrival of the Disney Fantasy

3 failures won't equal success
The Progressive Democratic Patriots (PDP) has demanded the Tobago House of Assembly (THA) produce audited reports of the Cassava Company, Fish Processing Unit and the Tobago Cold Storage & Warehouse Facility before the entities are subsumed.

AG: Courts not closed, more than 5,800 matters heard
Mark asked when will courts be officially reopened for the public, lawyers and accused to go directly before judges and not virtually. Al-Rawi said he was again astounded by the misrepresentation by Mark, and stressed the courts could not be closed and have 5,832 matters passing through them.

Venezuelan family 'enjoying life' in Icacos
The family does not speak much English. There were eight children whose ages ranged from as young as three-years-old to 11-years-old. Espinosa said they have been living in Icacos for exactly one year, adding that they are also registered. They previously lived in Tucupita, Venezuela.

PM, Imbert sole nominees in constituency screening
Asked what was the end date for the screening process, Lezama-Lee Sing said there was no definitive date as yet but it is anticipated that the process should finish within the next two to three weeks. She reported the screening committee will put forward a comprehensive list of the final prospective candidates towards the end of the process.

Dillon, Lewis throw hat into political arena
Dillon, a fast bowler for West Indies from 1997-2005, is a nominee for the Toco/Sangre Grande seat for the PNM in the next general election, expected to be held this year... Lewis grew up close to the area he is hoping to contest, having spent his childhood in Belmont.

Panday stays at Rienzi Complex
On Friday, Justice Robin Mohammed imposed an injunction on the All Trinidad General Workers Trade Union (ATSGWTU) restraining it from interfering or preventing Panday from using the office.

WASA, where is the water?

10,000 residents in Penal/Debe without water

Opposition Senator: Many 'horror stories' in real estate
He explained that because there was no legislation there have been cases of two agents working together and one unscrupulous agent not fully splitting the commission, and stories of people creating fake identification to match a deed and selling a property via unrecorded cash.

Top Cop responds to social media threats: Sight up, see you soon
Police Commissioner Gary Griffith responded via an Instagram post regarding alleged threats made to him on social media, ending his note with the message "Sight up. See you soon."

Biche man to appear in court for 17 weed trees
The release added that under the Dangerous Drugs (Amendment) Act, anyone with more than 30 grammes, but not more than 60 grammes, of cannabis; or more than five grammes, but not more than 10 grammes, of cannabis resin, commits an offence, and is liable on summary conviction to a fine of $50,000.

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