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Cost of CoEs exceed half a billion
Posted: Sunday, December 3, 2023

Cost of CoEs in T&T exceed half a billion
... no redress, arrests ever made

PM off to London for energy talks
One of those meetings is expected to be the final sign-off on the restructuring of Atlantic LNG (ALNG).

Venezuela sticking to its guns: Guyana vows to defend itself
Referendum on Essequibo today

Venezuelan army sets up near border
Amid today’s Essequibo vote...

Venezuela hits Caricom for supporting ICJ ruling on Guyana border dispute
VENEZUELA has criticised Caricom for supporting an International Court of Justice (ICJ) ruling which urges it to refrain from taking any action to seize Guyana's Essequibo region.

Panama Canal slowdown begins to bite T&T

New political party plans launch in San Fernando
HOPE – standing for Honesty Opportunity Performance Empowerment – will hold its South Trinidad national launch on December 9, from 2-6 pm at Paria Suites, San Fernando.

Ramdeen: State will have to pay me, money will go to charity
Attorney General Reginald Armour is seeking to recover more than £200,000 in alleged kickbacks from Vincent Nelson, KC, to the duo. In this case, the State is also seeking to recover all or part of the salaries Ramlogan earned as attorney general during the People’s Partnership administration.

Former AG scoffs at lawsuit seeking $m - 'Naked abuse of power'

Missing man not lost
... living comfortably in apartment, tells cops he left wife to find peace of mind

Rapid expansion of Sangre Grande squatting site blamed for crime spike
Residents of Northeastern Settlement, Sangre Grande say the rapid expansion in what was once a quiet squatting village has "destroyed the area’s innocence" causing it to move from a community where people were "trying to do better for themselves" to a place of refuge for those hiding from the law or their enemies.

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