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Dragon is well on the way
Posted: Tuesday, October 10, 2023

Young: Dragon is well on the way
The Dragon natural gas agreement with Venezuela includes allocations for domestic gas as well as LNG. The agreement is not only for the pursuit of Dragon field gas, but details can't be given due to confidentiality terms, Energy Minister Stuart Young said yesterday.

35.1% rise in forex sales in 2022
Over the 12 months ended September 30, 2022, total purchases of foreign exchange by authorised dealers from the public amounted to US$5.356 billion, which represented an increase of 52.1 per cent when compared with the previous financial year.

Ministry warns: Flu can cause stillbirths, premature births

Chaguanas East MP to PM: Stop Cerebral Palsy Society eviction
Last week the society was told it needed to vacate the National Enrichment Centre in Carlsen Field within a week. Some 30 members, as young as three, are now unable to complete their ten-week therapy schedule.

Hinds: Support police instead of 'stand-your-ground' policy
"Some say the solution to our problems is more guns and more ammunition, following the philosophy wrongly adopted by that last commissioner, Hinds said.

"This Government is more focused on the restrictive policy where firearms are going to be granted to those who can demonstrate that they need them, and not simply because you are someone's friend...

Met Office issues hot spell, hazardous seas alerts
On Monday, the Met Office declared its third yellow-level hot spell alert. There is an 80 per cent chance of extremely high daily temperatures until October 16.

Disabled man enjoys Scotia 5K: 'I can't walk, but I love sport'
The La Horquetta resident suffers from polio and lost all mobility in both legs, since three months old. Polio is a disabling and life-threatening disease. The virus can infect a person's spinal cord, causing paralysis.

Judge to review woman's sentence for killing boyfriend at 17
Granger, now 28, pleaded guilty to the murder of Dwayne Hills, her then-boyfriend, on April 6, 2012. She was 17 at the time.

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