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Posted: Thursday, May 26, 2022

AG shares support in replacing final Court of Appeal...

Govt wants CCJ to replace Privy Council but Mark says not yet

Authority requests more funding to address child abuse
It received $64.9 million in 2019, $68.9 million in 2020, $88.7 million in 2021 and for 2022 up to March, the authority was allocated $32.4 million.

Sabga Report Hotline Number Released
The latest number is cell number 684-1455 which also has WhatsApp.
Last Friday, the TTPS launched its 627-2358 landline hotline number.

Three elderly men die of covid

No Travel Pass needed to enter Trinidad and Tobago from June 1
At Wednesday's virtual media conference, he said covid19 cases have been at a plateau at about 200 cases per day, and based on international, regional and local data, there has been weakening of the acute phase of the virus.

US company Quanten is preferred bidder for Petrotrin refinery
The Pointe-a-Pierre refinery was moth-balled in November 2018 and since then Government has been looking for a company to acquire or lease it. Negotiations with the Oilfields Workers' Trade Union's Patriotic Energies, which had expressed an interest, collapsed in January 2021.

Khan on UNC internal elections: I'll bring back Panday if I'm party leader
Khan did not officially announce whether he will be throwing his hat into the race but lamented the need for structural changes to the internal election system.

Man dies on Harris Promenade, San Fernando
Around 8.23 am, the man, identified as Gobin Davenand Ragoobar, 42, collapsed and died on the promenade, opposite St Joseph's Convent, from a suspected heart attack.

Elderly couple appeal forfeiture of US$24,000 casino winnings
Any foreign currency over the value of US$5,000 must be declared, and since the couple did not have a permit from Central Bank to import the money, the notes were seized. They were later charged with four offences in total two each for making a false declaration on their immigration/customs declaration forms and importing prohibited goods.

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