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Firing TSTT CEO not my call
Posted: Thursday, November 9, 2023

Gonzales: Firing TSTT CEO not my call
Even as public pressure mounted for action against the Telecommunications Services of Trinidad and Tobago (TSTT) executive in the wake of the breach that led to a data dump of customer files on the dark web, Public Utilities Minister Marvin Gonzales yesterday said he did not have the power to remove anyone, including CEO Lisa Agard.

Government accounts, ministries on data breach
The accounts of Government ministries and state enterprises are included in the 6GB of data uploaded to the dark web after the October 9 breach at the Telecommunications Services of T&T (TSTT).

Kamla fails to submit names for anti-crime talks to AG
...says she's waiting for PM's response to her letter

Auditor General's work hampered by staff shortages
The Auditor General's Department has a 35 per cent staff shortage which has severely reduced its work and its 2022 report highlighted irregularities, some of which are fairly substantial, while two other matters are at the investigation committee level and in court.

President Kangaloo urges Hindu youth to preserve the Earth
President Christine Kangaloo has called on Hindu youths to lead the way when it comes to saving and preserving the Earth.

The Litte Store, Praimsingh's: More than a pooja store
FOR many, stores such as The Little Store and Praimsingh's, both located on Rapsey Street in Curepe, are one-stop shops with everything one would need to celebrate holidays such as Divali. However, these stores are more than pooja outlets, but have been hubs for religious and spiritual observations, as well as centres for culture and cuisine.

Caimans migrate rivers flood and ebb

6 Arouca cops accused of bribery still detained
The officers, who are all assigned to the North-Central Division Task Force, were implicated in allegedly taking money from a man they arrested two weeks ago.

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