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Quarantine on land
Posted: Sunday, June 28, 2020

Nationals aboard cruise ship to continue quarantine on land
Nationals aboard the Enchantment of the Sea cruise ship will be moved to State quarantine on land after positive COVID-19 tests aboard the ship.

No alcohol for bars breaching regulations
This is one of the measures announced by the Trinidad and Tobago Beverage and Alcohol Alliance (TTBAA) at a news conference yesterday, as it seeks to stave off any a reclosure of the industry.

18 men, 2 women deported, in quarantine
TWENTY people have been deported from the United States and are back in Trinidad.

This is the written directive given by Director of Public Prosecutions Roger Gaspard SC to Commissioner of Police Gary Griffith regarding the "completed" police file of the criminal probe into suspicious bank accounts belonging to Assistant Commissioner of Police

Gas pains for two more least
Retired NGC president Frank Look Kin:

Roadblock to investment in renewable energy
"As a foreign investor, we really prefer and like to invest in projects where we have also local capital in the capital structure, local equity and we can only do that if the local investment regulations allows local insurance companies, pension funds, and other institutional investors to directly invest in these projects and we see that in many cases the investment regulations for those parties is not demanded in a way that provides an enabling environment in order to deploy capital from resources," Vogt said.

Political analysts not sure about Panday's political stocks
Considering that historically TT has been a two-party state, with the electorate polarised along ethnic lines, Ragoonath said a lot of ‘third forces" have mushroomed on the political front.

Partap campaigns for Gypsy
Partap, a former People's Partnership (PP) minister, was fired in 2012 after refusing to do a Driving Under the Influence test. He was fined $5,000 and remained a PP backbencher until the 2015 elections.

UNC's Kenya Charles set to score St Ann's East seat
Charles, who last represented the TT women's football team in 2015, believes her career in football developed character traits like determination and teamwork which would help her journey into politics. The UNC candidate for St Ann's East in the upcoming 2020 general elections is also ready to face the critics.

Three killed in police shooting in Morvant
One victim was identified as Joel Jacob while the other two men had not been identified up to Sunday morning.

Narrow escape for family as house collapses in Penal
When the landslip occurred 12 years ago, Roopnarine said his house collapsed and they had to rebuild at another spot. He said work on the landslide was done under the previous administration but it was not completed. However, he said the work, which included piling, caused their home to shift. But, he said their complaints fell on deaf ears.

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