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Govt signs US$1.5M deal
Posted: Saturday, April 22, 2023

Govt signs US$1.5M deal with IDB to improve Port of Port-of-Spain
"The purpose of the initiative is to provide support to the Government of the Republic of T&T (GoRTT) in the structuring activities for a Public Private Partnership Project (PPP) for the Cargo Handling Operations of PATT, where the PPOS is the first and major multi-purpose port of the country, strategically located at the crossroads of major trade links via the Panama Canal," a release from the IDB stated.

Marvin Gonzales: 316 solar batteries stolen from Manzanilla Road
"T&TEC has advised that subsequently, between June 2021 and May 2022, some 316 of the battery packs valued at US$113,760 (TT$773,488) were stolen."

Gonzales vows to pour resources into water supply

WASA to waive water trucking policy
Gonzales, Indarsingh clash over schedule for 'suffering' citizens...

PAHO warns of low vaccination rates in region
Failure to implement and maintain high vaccination coverage leaves children "exposed to diseases such as polio, tetanus, measles and diphtheria," lamented Barbosa.

Green growth defined
Although there are a number of definitions for green growth, or green economy, the general consensus is that it is aimed at fusing the economic and environmental pillars of sustainable development into a single intellectual and policy planning process to produce strong and sustainable growth simultaneously.

Rudder diagnosed with Parkinson's
...Calypso icon: "Plenty life in me still"

Family relentless in search for missing pensioner Esmond Byam
Four years ago, Alzheimer's set in, and the harsh and progressive disease took away the 74-year-old's memories, his ability to have conversations that reflected his vibrancy, and his skill sets.

About a month ago, on March 25, Esmond walked out of his family's car that was in a parking lot of a shopping area in Arima, and disappeared.

Sister of murdered Laventille men: Trinidad crime situation 'hopeless'
Jacob's younger brother Joshua Roberts, 24, was gunned down while walking home from work on St Paul Street, east Port of Spain, on Thursday afternoon. Investigators said 15 spent shells were found at the scene.

Their older brother Jason Fernando, 31, was one of two men killed in Laventille in January, 2020.

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