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$200m Radisson Blu project promises
Posted: Friday, October 27, 2023

$200m Radisson Blu project promises 1,000-plus jobs
Between 800-1,000 construction workers and contractors will be hired to erect and outfit Radisson Blu a structure comprising of 72 (some one and two-bedroom) self-contained suites located a stone's throw away from Radisson Hotel on Wrightson Road, Port of Spain.

Energy sector focuses on regional collaboration
The National Energy Corporation, a subsidiary of the National Gas Company Ltd (NGC), says it has been working closely with Guyana and Suriname to build human and infrastructural capacities in the energy sector, to the mutual benefit of all parties.

Trinidad and Tobago, Pakistan strengthen trade relations

No credit to this institution
I relate this tale because I've discovered it is a common one and I hope that people will be encouraged to make public their experiences with credit unions and other financial institutions. It is a story about an organisation that is founded on a premise of helping others with compassion, that acted within the letter of the law, but without regard for the benevolent spirit of its own conception.

Migrants detained in Heliport protest 'mistreatment'
Around 90 Venezuelan migrants detained in the Chaguaramas heliport began a series of protests this week, demanding answers on whether they will be deported or released.

Senator's memory lapse

Palestinian-Israeli blame game




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