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Imbert admits things not as rosy as 2022
Posted: Sunday, March 12, 2023

Imbert admits things not as rosy as 2022
Imbert admitted that close to 50 per cent of all of government revenue comes from the energy sector, including oil, natural gas and petrochemicals, all of which have seen prices soften recently.

There have been worrying signs that ammonia prices are likely to go even lower this month with Green Market Analysis reporting that the Tampa ammonia price remains under pressure after a $200/mt (metric tonne) tumble from the February price of $790/mt CFR to the March price of $590/mt CFR.

'A need for reflection'
After serving one year in office, lawyers grade AG's work...

AG rejects DPP's call for more staff, claims department under-performing

Attorneys being frustrated out of DPP office–ex prosecutor
"You do not have the support of the Chief Personnel Officer and really all of these people. There's really a lack of understanding of the role of a prosecutor and the importance of a prosecutor in the criminal justice system," former acting state counsel Renuka Rambhajan, who worked in the DPP's office for 11 years, lamented.

Panday: Piarco charge tormented my life
Panday, 89, said while he is relieved that the charges have finally been dismissed, it has not yet sunk in.

Debe's oldest market vendor Ramraje Ramsawak
Married at age 12, she bore her husband, who preceded her in death 60 years ago, ten children. She cannot remember how many grand and great-grandchildren she has.

Relief turns into despair for family as man's body retrieved from Venezuela
Lamenting that his family has suffered enough, he said, "It is a real hard thing to face. Instead of moving forward, we're going backwards. We don't want to go through this thing again. Today is 40 days and he not buried yet." He said Khemchan was a mechanic and the eldest among six siblings. Relatives will be going to the Forensic Science Centre tomorrow.

Call for cable barriers to be fixed after woman killed in cross-median crash in Freeport
Police reported that at about 2.10 am Judith Farrell-David was driving south along the highway in a black Nissan Sylphy approximately 300 meters before the Freeport Flyover, when a black Toyota Hilux crossed the median and slammed into Farrell-David's car.

The insurance agent of Union Hall, San Fernando then crashed into a light pole. She died on the scene.

Double murder in Claxton Bay, killing in Morvant
A third man who was freed last year of the killing of San Juan businesswoman Samdaye Rampersad has been murdered.

Body identified after 3 years via DNA testing
When news broke in May 2020 of the discovery of a decomposing body at Bridge Road Circular, Ramsahai's relatives went to the Forensic Science Centre to identify the body. However, because of the advanced state of decomposition it was decided that DNA testing had to be done to confirm the deceased's identity. An autopsy was conducted, and it revealed that death was due to gunshot injuries to the head.

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