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Caricom calls for ceasefire in Gaza
Posted: Monday, November 13, 2023

Caricom calls for ceasefire in Gaza
Caricom has reiterated its call for a ceasefire in the Palestinian territory of Gaza amid what it says is a worsening "catastrophic humanitarian crisis".

NIF's investment portfolio valued at $8.99 billion
THE investment portfolio of the National Investment Fund Holding Company Ltd currently stands at $8.99 billion, reflecting an increase of $1.09 billion or 13.8 percent since its establishment in mid-2018," chairperson Jennifer Lutchman said.

Minister: Take cybersecurity seriously
Minister of Digital Transformation Hassel Bacchus is urging people to take cybersecurity seriously, as he believes the solution to combating the increase in cyber attacks is sensitising people on proper security measures.

NFM's revenue increases by 16% to $431m
NATIONAL Flour Mills Ltd made an after-tax profit of $26 million for the nine-month period ended September 30, overturning a loss of $1.7 million made for the comparative period last year.

West: Progress being made towards back pay
PUBLIC Administration Minister Allyson West on Monday sought to assure that progress is being made towards keeping Government's commitment to give public servants their back pay by Christmas.

...loses appeal to UNC financier in Privy Council

Privy Council orders Jack Warner to pay Krishna Lalla $1.5m
Justice Seepersad had ordered Warner, to pay the $1.5m to Lalla, a UNC financier at the time, and who claimed the money given to Warner was a loan in the lead up to the 2007 general election campaign.

Warner has argued that the money was given as a gift.

Media literacy key to combat misinformation, disinformation

Maxi drivers, agent in row
Maxi-taxi operators in Tobago are calling for the intervention of Tourism Secretary Tashia Burris to help resolve their issues which contributed to the cancellation of tours for cruise ship passengers last Saturday.

Three men missing since Saturday
The missing men are 67-year-old Gregory Gordon of Edinburgh 500, Chaguanas, 69-year-old Trevor Edwards of Susan Street, Couva and 36-year-old Faraz Mohammed.

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