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TTNGL profits down
Posted: Thursday, October 19, 2023

TTNGL profits down
The Trinidad and Tobago NGL Limited (TTNGL) has recorded a decline in its profits for the year ended December 2022 as the company recorded profit after tax (excluding impairment charges) of TT$165.8 million, compared to TT$192.3 million for 2021.

All are welcome to join BRI, says China's Foreign Minister
Trinidad and Tobago commissions Caribbean's first project under the Belt and Road Initiative

Minister Gonzales to get info on TTEC rate review today

Works Minister refutes claims of bitumen shortage
He stated that Lake Asphalt had made significant profits in the past from selling products from the Pitch Lake in La Brea however, Sinanan noted the up to 2022 the company's expenditure exceeded its revenue.

In 2022 Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley had said Lake Asphalt's revenue was negatively affected by the closure of Petrotrin when this occurred in November 2018.

Tobago Carnival expects increased patronage
"I would say that in the first year, many of the bands had higher expectations in terms of turnout of masqueraders. Most bands were catering for an excess of five or 600 masqueraders. Some even catered for up to 1,200 to 1,500 masqueraders. But the reality last year, I think the largest band had just about 300 whereas the others were averaging about 100 to probably 140 masqueraders each," Sandy said.

Taxi driver's car found 7 months after he went missing
While Maraj's whereabouts were still unknown yesterday, his son Josh believes this breakthrough in the case could lead police to his father finally being found. Maraj, 40, left his home in Arena Village around 11 am on March 17 after being hired for a private transportation job. He did not tell his family who hired him or where he was going.

Relative of man killed by police after car theft:
He said he didn't care about living

Marijuana for sale on social media
A man suspected of using a fictitious social media account to sell narcotics, was arrested after police officers seized a quantity of high-grade marijuana plants at his home on Wednesday.

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