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Meeting for Young, Maduro
Posted: Thursday, August 31, 2023

First meeting for Young, Maduro since renewed Dragon Gas talks
ENERGY Minister Stuart Young met with Venezuela's President Nicolas Maduro on Tuesday at the Miraflores Palace in Caracas for the first time since the United States' decision to waive sanctions against that country, clearing the way for the development of the Dragon Gas field.

Kangaloo calls on nation to rise above the old failures of our past

PM calls on citizens to look inward as nation celebrates 61st anniversary

CoP Erla says murders going down
... anti-crime measures bringing TTPS success

3-D guns discovered in Caparo raid

Deyalsingh: Augustus Long Hospital transferred to SWRHA
HEALTH Minister Terrence Deyalsingh announced that the former Augustus Long Hospital (ALH) will become the new oncology centre of the San Fernando General Hospital.

Prevent viruses: Health Ministry issues back-to-school advice
Ahead of the opening of the new school term next Monday (September 4), the Ministry of Health has offered some helpful advice to help keep both children and adults safe from the spread of viruses.

Farley calls for other airlines, considers moving away from CAL
Augustine's call comes amid complaints by Tobagonians of challenges they continuously face on the air and seabridge.

Ex-THA member on work ethic: 'Too damn long to get things done in Tobago'

Lover of his native land
"If anybody asked me, 'What do you want to be when you grow up?' I would have said a writer," he said in an interview. "But I honestly didn't feel I would be anything.

"Mayaro was like a backwater. We had one library there, and the library had one book."

Losing Michael Anthony

Private funeral for Michael Anthony
The funeral is carded to take place on Saturday.

Survivor, divers' families repeat frustration at Paria probe delay
The commission of enquiry (CoE) into last February's accident at Paria Fuel Trading Co Ltd in Pointe-a-Pierre has asked for a new deadline of November 30.

T&TEC records highest electricity demand...again
The Trinidad and Tobago Electricity Commission (T&TEC) has broken its own record a second time, just days after the first.

T&TEC recorded its highest-ever consumer electricity demand, of 1,400.2 megawatts (MW) on August 24, owing to the country's unusually high temperatures.

Where are the pavements?
The young woman was struck by a white panel van while she was walking at the side of the Naparima Mayaro Road last Wednesday afternoon and left to die.

As a result of the accident, the teen, who had been making her way to a Bible study at her Khan's Avenue church before she was struck, has since lost a kidney, suffered internal bleeding, a neck fracture, bruised lungs and bowels.

Student, 22, sexually assaulted during home invasion in Penal
A relative said the woman opened her eyes to see a man standing over her before he attacked.

The bandits tied their victims with clothes as they ransacked the house and demanded money as they beat the businessman on his head and back. He handed over approximately $2,000.

The bandits also stole a television, sneakers and tablets before driving off in the family's two vehicles.

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