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$3 more not enough
Posted: Wednesday, October 4, 2023

$3 more not enough
Union leader on $20.50 minimum wage:

Majority of $7b refunds owed to energy sector

Govt not adjusting exchange rate at this time—Imbert

AG's Office spends $195m in legal fees
Allocated $440m for 2024...

Business groups welcome retirement age adjustment
A cross-section of the business community, including the Trinidad and Tobago Manufacturers' Association (TTMA), Trinidad and Tobago Association of Retired Persons (TTARP) and Ernst and Young, say they agree with Government's proposal to increase the retirement age, but there are also recommendations for the State to turn its attention to errant business owners who fail to pay national insurance for staff.

A path to prosperity for oil-rich Guyana
In 2015, the oil giant Exxon Mobil discovered 11 billion barrels of oil off the coast of the small Latin American country.

The discovery promises to change Guyana forever, catapulting the country and its people to new heights of power and wealth.

Fergus heads National Committee on Reparations

Guanapo massacre: three in custody
THREE men who are now in custody, after two firearms and over 80 rounds of assorted ammunition were found, are expected to be questioned in connection with the September 21 massacre at the Heights of Guanapo in which four siblings were shot dead.

‘Persons of interest' held for murders of Peterkin siblings

Bandits assault businessman and wife in home invasion
A report stated that the couple, aged 78, went to sleep at around 9.30 pm Monday and awoke to six men, one armed with a gun, in their house at around 3 am yesterday.

Two murdered in suspected revenge shooting
Investigators believe revenge was the motive for the murders of Keith “Pam Pam” Roberts and Allan Azard Ali who were gunned down in Point Fortin on Monday night in an attack that left their friend, Anthony Junior “Mario” Bermudez, critically wounded.

Residents said the men were involved in a fight weeks ago and they believe a relative of the man who was beaten responded by either killing the men or ordering their deaths.

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