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$198M from 4 local govt bodies
Posted: Saturday, May 27, 2023

$198M from four local govt bodies
Property tax to generate big bucks, estimates Imbert:

Property tax coming soon; gov't amending Valuation of Land Bill

New Heritage CEO to be paid $180,000 monthly
According to PM Rowley, Keskula will also be afforded a relocation allowance of $12,600 as well as a completion bonus of $180,000, payable at the end of his six-month probation.

Further, the PM said Keskula's non-cash benefits include a housing benefit of up to U$5,000 per month, a company vehicle which will be maintained by Heritage and also a driver.

Additionally, the PM said at the end of Keskula's probationary period, he will have the option to purchase a vehicle up to the value of $700,000.

Political activist challenging extension of CoP Harewood-Christopher
"Our client is concerned to ensure that the correct legal procedure was followed in making this extension in favour of Mrs Harewood-Christopher. He intends to challenge the legality of the extension order given the constitutional safeguards in place for the appointment of a CoP. He is concerned that the appointment is invalid and makes her "beholden to the Government" and this view has been shared by many others as reported in the traditional print media."

Balgobin threatens lawsuit over CoP Erla's extension

Illegal venezuelan immigrant claims sexual abuse at Chaguaramas detention facility; goes missing

Archbishop: Enough space in schools – TEACH MIGRANT CHILDREN
ROMAN Catholic Archbishop of Port of Spain Jason Gordon says there is "more than enough" room in denominational schools to accommodate registered Venezuelan children.

PM: 'I'm Dr Rowley since 1978'
On Thursday, Rowley said he earned his doctorate in geology and vulcanology from UWI in 1978.

PM: Criminals' families running interference for them

CTU's sexual grooming advert angers senator – 'It's burns my soul'
THE Counter Trafficking Unit (CTU) of the National Security Ministry will review one of its advertisements on sexual grooming after an independent senator called it "stupid" and said it "burns my soul" whenever she sees it...

She said the unit has an ad that is "very offensive" to her and should be offensive to everyone.

"That ad that they want to do something with, it is not working...It's sending the wrong message because it's actually saying what to do."

Michael Jackson's ex-doctor launches medical institute in San Juan
Leading cardiologist, Dr Conrad Murray, who has deep Grenada/Trinidadian roots, officially opened his DCM Medical Institute in El Socorro, San Juan, last night.

Speaking at the launch, Murray said his heart is in T&T and he chose here because he wanted to make that difference.

Is it safe for elderly to live alone in T&T?
When we discuss elderly safety, we talk mostly about the major risks of living alone and plan how to alleviate issues arising. The discussion is usually about physical injuries—the risk of falling and accidents, prescription overdoses, malnutrition or undernutrition and unaccounted-for symptoms of illnesses.

Cops: Sangre Grande boy, 2, still unaccounted for
The TTPS said on Friday that anyone who may know of Umar's whereabouts or may have seen the child should immediately contact the Sangre Grande police station at 668-2444 or call hotlines: 999 or 555 or Crime Stoppers at 800-TIPS.

Body of decomposing man found on Piccadilly Street
They forced their way into the room where they discovered the decomposing body of 55-year-old Rajindra Sahadeo who lived there.

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