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PM attends de-risking meeting
Posted: Thursday, September 15, 2022

PM attends meeting on impact of de-risking on Caribbean banks in US
At the hearing, which was chaired by Congresswoman Maxine Waters (D-CA), Barbados Prime Minister Mia Mottley gave testimony regarding the deleterious effects the loss of correspondent banking is having on CARICOM states.

Tobago PNM wants answers on $400,000 trip to NY
"What was the process for the payment of this $400,000? What is the policy as it relates to giving an organisation money when travelling? Is there any cap? Because $400,000 is a lot of money," he said.

Tackling greenhouse gases in agriculture
De-risking agriculture investments

Opposition senator slams gov't 'hypocrisy' over St Augustine nurseries
Opposition Senator Jayanti Lutchmedial has condemned government's "hypocrisy" over the Housing Development Corporation's (HDC) alleged plans to seek an expeditious hearing on a land dispute concerning the St Augustine Nurseries.

Party chairman: PDP disappointed in Farley
The party's chairman Dr Sean Nedd said he stands in defence of the stability of the organisation, days after its political leader Watson Duke began publicly criticising the PDP-run THA and Chief Secretary Farley Augustine's leadership.

Trinidad and Tobago, Venezuela mark 60 years of diplomatic relations

Ministry helps Caroni community to avoid flooding
On Tuesday, excavators were packing soil on both sides of the river to mitigate against the chances of flooding. Dirt was piled about ten feet higher than the road for approximately 200-feet along the waterway. That embankment descended ten feet to another embankment that was, itself, ten feet higher than the river.

Work on desal plant leaves parts of Central Trinidad with brown water
Work associated with the Point Lisas Desalination Plant shutdown has left people in parts of Central Trinidad with a discoloured water supply.

Look out for warning signs of suicide
Singh stressed the need to fill the vast number of vacancies approximately 225 in the Ministry of Education's (MOE) Student Support Services Division.

Mixed views on keeping old booklist for new school year

Captured capybara eventually released in bird sanctuary
A DISORIENTED capybara was rescued from certain death in downtown Port of Spain on Wednesday morning and later released, thanks to the heroics of environmentalist Ricardo Meade.

Woman killed in Penal while waiting for relative to fix truck engine
A 30-year-old woman was gunned down in Penal on Tuesday afternoon, two months after she witnessed her partner being killed.

Friend of murdered woman admits: 'She lived life dangerously'




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