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A&V Oil and Gas Ltd recommended
Posted: Monday, May 29, 2023

A&V Oil and Gas Ltd recommended for onshore exploration block
The Caribbean nation has pushed to expand exploration to counter declines in its oil and gas production. Gas and petrochemicals provide a large part of its export revenue.

A decision to award licenses for six of the eight blocks on offer was taken by the country's cabinet on Thursday on the recommendation of Trinidad and Tobago Energy Minister Stuart Young, the people said. Young is scheduled to address an international energy conference in Miami on Tuesday.

Judge in Zika virus judicial review hearing: Health Ministry failed to provide specialised care for boy

Davyn's mother: No victory yet
"As you can imagine, a family who has a challenged child—it's a very difficult situation and I think many of our families felt abandoned by the authorities and it's time we come together and do good things for these children. I don't think anybody in this country is going to mind if the state uses its resources to help look after these children."

Health Minister calls for new strategies to prevent NCDs
Health Minister Terrence Deyalsingh is calling for robust and targeted approaches to address marketing strategies used by multinational corporations which encourage increased consumption of fast food by teens and adolescents.

Khan calls on all lawyers to speak up
The legislation introduced in the Parliament seeks to make judge-only trials the default for criminal cases.

Khan said, "Silence on this issue is not an option. The only persons who are entitled to the right to silence are persons who are suspected of committing criminal offences, not lawyers."

Manning: CAL's Venezuela route worth $3m
BRIAN MANNING, Minister in the Ministry of Finance, said on Friday that CAL's new route to Venezuela was worth over $3 million and was expected to grow even more, replying to a listed question in the name of Oropouche East MP Dr Roodal Moonilal.

Life-saving guardrails coming for highways

Activist calls for setting up of Cannabis Control Authority
The Bill would allow for the cultivation, production and export of cannabis and cannabis products, subject to approval by a cannabis licensing authority.

Gone to the dogs
Activist complains of city pound's filthy state

Guyana: School girl to be charged with 19 counts of murder
Assistant Commissioner Wendell Blanhum said the decision was taken to charge her with 19 counts of murder. According to police reports, the girl will be charged as an adult.

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