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T&T's future at stake
Posted: Monday, November 8, 2021

MSJ: Government can do more to help slow climate change

T&T's future at stake
Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley says Trinidad and Tobago will continue in the business of natural gas production as long as there is a market for it.

Govt, BP in talks on restructuring Train 1 deal

Mark picks apart PSC nominees just days before Parliament debate

UNC accuses PM of misbehaviour in public office

Three killed, Arouca man injured during domestic dispute

Business heads grateful for SoE end but worry about crime

Moonilal: Opposition would not support SoE extension but beware 'tricky' PNM

Spreading awareness of oral cancer

No time to waste
Judging from his statements on arrival at Piarco on Saturday night, Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley has returned from COP26 with a surer grasp of the macro issues surrounding climate change and their potential impact on the national economy and society.

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