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Back to business in T&T
Posted: Saturday, May 30, 2020

Back to business in T&T
Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley has given permission for the resumption of almost all economic activity one week ahead of the third phase of reopening. Scheduled to take effect on June 7, phase three will now kick in on June 1.

Retail stores, malls reopen, public servants back to work on Monday

Hair salons, barbershops, spas to reopen from June 8

Gov't looks at repatriation of more nationals

New imported case of COVID-19 in T&T

PM declares 10 people, up from five, for funerals
"The reason I am advocating for ten is because of the bonding (among families) .... it will bring a lot of emotional relief," Dr Rowley said.

PM on Indian Arrival Day: Put aside biases, focus on TT's survival
Rowley said although people would not be able to re-enact the arrival of the Fatel Razack, which is usually done at various beaches, it does not diminish the celebrations during the day. He said he stood with the rest of the nation to solute the East Indian community, noting that while they celebrated on their own in the early years, the entire nation celebrates their arrival as fellow citizens.

A waste of taxpayers' money
Millions spent on failed Tobago tourism projects

Those who live in glass houses should not throw stones
Political campaigns are an exercise in marketing. The incumbent party tries to convince voters that it has done a good job in office meriting a second term. The Opposition does the opposite. It explains why marketing companies get hired and paid big bucks in election years to shape and manage the message and its communication.

Le Hunte: I am disappointed
Rejected by PNM screening committee for La Brea seat...

PNM execs threaten to quit over Dillon's pick
In fact, it has so incensed the constituency executive that at least one of its heads, John Mason, says he is willing to walk away from the party after serving the party for 18 years, while activist Darrel Dookoo has called on the party leader Dr Keith Rowley "to go" after Dillon was given the nod over both incumbent Glenda Jennings-Smith and favourite Lorraine Heath.

Met Office declares start of 2020 rainy season
It said concern for flooding is elevated since the period June to August is usually the wettest months of the season.

Bitter-sweet response as PNM picks new faces

Woman, 26, dies in accident
According to an official police report, the woman's boyfriend told investigators he was driving along the highway when they got into an argument. He claimed the woman held on to the steering wheel and began to pull. The man reportedly lost control of the vehicle and crashed into a drain.

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