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TSTT outage affects thousands
Posted: Thursday, August 10, 2023

TSTT outage affects thousands
Calls, Internet services go down for hours across T&T...

Bmobile network crashes: No mobile, internet services

Thousands inconvenienced as TSTT network disrupted

Hinds' attorneys appeal court ruling V'ZUELANS FACE DEPORTATION
n an urgent appeal, attorneys for the minister contended that the deportation of the group can be done on Thursday, as they remained locked in hearings late yesterday before Justice of Appeal Prakash Moosai, seeking a stay of Justice Rahim's orders.

State appeals supervision orders for Heliport migrants

Former Florida Governor insists stand your ground law works
In 2005, Florida was the first State in the US to introduce a stand your ground law. Since then, the number of States to enact some form of the policy has climbed to over 30. Critics in the US have contended that the law encourages violence and allows for legal racial bias and profiling.

Fyzabad MP: PM Rowley out of touch on local healthcare system
"It is really a concern when the Prime Minister refuses to see and acknowledge the glaring realities that citizens and staff are faced with on a daily basis in the public healthcare system."

New COVID-19 'variant of interest' declared by WHO

Pan in its glory at Woodford Square
Celebrating World Steelpan Day tomorrow...

'3,000 public officials have failed to declare their assets'

Charran calls for lower VAT, no rise in minimum wage
Chairman of the Confederation of Regional Business Chambers, Vivek Charran, has called on Government to consider an adjustment to the Value Added Tax system as a means to address inflationary pressures.

He noted that the government's inability to consistently pay out returns to business has had an adverse impact on many businesses.

Chinese investors onboard, Phoenix Park to start soon
Qiu said, "The Phoenix Park Industrial Estate, the first BRI flagship project in the Caribbean, has been completed and will soon be put into operation. Powered by the cutting-edge technologies of 5G, artificial intelligence, big data and internet of things (IoT) a network of interrelated devices that connect and exchange data with other IoT devices and the cloud, which is an on-demand availability of computer system resources this state-of-the-art industrial estate will host companies in the areas of light and advanced manufacturing, assembly, logistics and distribution and ICT industries and advance the realisation of the economic diversification strategy of TT."

No Govt plans for Republic Financial Holdings takeover

'Mischievous' Kamla misleading the public
Finance Minister Colm Imbert on Wednesday debunked an allegation by Opposition Leader Kamla Persad-Bissessar that the NCB Financial Group is in financial trouble, which could lead to a collapse in similar fashion to what took place at Clico, thus negatively impacting Guardian Holdings Ltd investors.

Inefficiencies, illegal arms causing cargo delays, says Imbert
Finance Minister knocks Opposition Leader over 'false' statements

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