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Arjoon on Dragon gas licence:
Posted: Tuesday, December 26, 2023

Arjoon on Dragon gas licence:
We cannot ignore Essequibo dispute

Months after deadly fire at NiQuan facility – Victim's family seeking closure
Ramkissoon, 35, suffered burns to 60 per cent of his body in the June incident at NETL. He died three days later, on June 18, while being treated in the US.

Ramkissoon was a pipe fitter employed with Massy Energy Engineered Solutions Ltd (MEES) which was contracted by NETL to carry work on the gas-to-liquids plant.

No Merry Christmas without mom
Authorities know that Christina was last seen on the night of September 11. She was seen standing in the yard of her home and business place by her brother, who spoke to her near the gate of the premises.

Sad Christmas for Freeport mom
One son missing since August; another murdered

Cuban government defends plans to either cut rations or increase prices
President Miguel Díaz-Canel said such difficult measures were needed for difficult times, after the minister of the economy said Cuba's economy contracted between 1% and 2% this year, and inflation ran at about 30%. There were problems in the tourism industry - Cuba's main source of income - and in farm production.

Priest reiterates church's stand on same-sex blessings:

'We could never bless sin'

Priest: Bless the LGBT
But parishioners disagree with Fr Martin Sirju

Saharan Dust blankets T&T

Health Minister wary of T&T's low fertility rate
He said with women making the decision to delay pregnancies and reduce the number of children they have, it is contributing to the declining birth rate. The replacement rate, he aid, which allows for a country's population to remain at existing levels, is 2.1 births per woman in a country. T&T, however, has a rate of 1.9.

Deyalsingh blasts UNC MP's criticisms of sector – 'Health is not a bobolee'

Report: High public distrust of police
"Our current laws often see prison and detention as the main solution to every criminal infraction. We may be incarcerating persons who pose no harm to society and consequently may be overburdening the prison system," the report said, quoting a comment by the Public Defenders Department.

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