$7b fund ready to Green T&T
Posted: Wednesday, July 15, 2020
$7b fund ready to Green T&T
T&T's GREEN Fund has certified 27 projects up to March 30, 2020 with the total approved value at $392 million. A total of $279 million has been disbursed under the 27 certified activities.
Gov't moves to implement National Social Mitigation Plan
The Ministry said its primary objectives and focus include strengthening the country's social protection system, the promotion of community and civil society action against poverty, as well as, the growth of an enterprising and innovative society.
Moruga gets $90m agro-processing plant
Taking a jab at his critics, Rowley said there has been much talk about investment in the agricultural sector but his Government had finally delivered.
'PNM did more for agriculture'
Inside United TTFA: Fenwick/Look Loy clash, Ramdhan's family affair, and Fifa makes its move
Bar owners want early hours lifted before CPL
Bar owners are expressing concern that they would miss out on revenue from this year's Caribbean Premier League (CPL) due to a reduction in their closing times.
No COVID-19 case in Pizza Hut T&T
News of a Pizza Hut employee testing positive for COVID-19 quickly went viral on social media. However, the incident occurred in a Pizza Hut location in Freeport in Grand Bahama in the Bahamas and not in Trinidad and Tobago.
COVID-19 concerns looming for CPL
It means that the players will have to be in Trinidad by August 1 to ensure that they undergo their quarantine period before preparations start for the tournament, which is carded for August 18. The tournament ends on September 10, which means that the players will have to be in Trinidad for a month and a half. This may be too long for some.
New investigator to probe senior cop
ASSISTANT Commissioner of Police Irwin Hackshaw, who was being investigated by then head of the Professional Standards Bureua, Assistant Commissioner Totaram Dookhie, has been removed as lead investigator into three disciplinary allegations levelled against Dookhie.
CoP: 482-GARY not for calls, reporting mango thieves
Griffith made it clear that the 482-GARY number is not to be used to report traffic violations or trivial matters. That number, he said, is to be used to give information, send photographs or videos about serious crimes taking place throughout the country.
PM reveals real reason for firing Darryl Smith
At the time of the dismissal, there were reports of sexual misconduct in office and a subsequent payment of $150,000 made to the alleged victim Carrie-Ann Moreau, together with a Non-Disclosure Agreement that blocked any details from public scrutiny. However, Dr Rowley said Tuesday that no complaint of sexual harassment came before him.
UNC Sando West candidate:
Faris a decent guy but plate too full to handle seat
PEP in step with 31 candidates
UNC executives rallying around replacement MPs
Ministry of Health advises public of recall of Minirin Nasal Spray
The Ministry of Health is advising that Ferring Pharmaceuticals, Germany has instituted a voluntary recall of its Minirin RTS Nasal Spray (10microg/dose) - Batch Number R14349, with the Manufacturing Date of August 22, 2019 and the Expiry Date of August 21, 2022.
Man found dead in police station cell
Crime scene investigators went to the station and examined the cell. Investigators later concluded that Layne died by suicide. However, a close relative who wished not to be named told Guardian Media yesterday that based on preliminary information they received from officers who worked that day, they do not believe it was a suicide. Initially, the relative said they were told Layne hung himself with a pair of three-quarter jeans. However, the relative said they did not take a three-quarter jeans to him as a change of clothes.
Missing Arima teen found
The Trinidad and Tobago Police Service (TTPS) has confirmed that 16-year-old CHRISTIAN WILLIAMS, who was reported missing on Thursday 9th July 2020, has been found in good health.
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