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TT's Exports Increased In 2023
Posted: Sunday, January 7, 2024

TT's Exports Increased In 2023 By 59 Percent
Last year, exports brought in 89.1 billion dollars. In 2022 it was 55.3 billion.

'18 new SME listings planned by year end'

'New company for ferry service between T&T, Bdos, Guyana an excellent plan'

Minister appeals to people to conserve amid harsh dry season

TTPS receives road safety award
Police Commissioner Erla Harewood-Christopher received a Road Safety Award on behalf of the Trinidad and Tobago Police Service (TTPS), which was one of 10 countries worldwide that reduced road fatalities by 50 per cent in 2021.

Integrity Commission boss' controversial term comes to an end
As his term comes to an end this Thursday, chairman of the Integrity Commission (IC) Prof Rajendra Ramlogan says the decision to investigate Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley three times did not come from him.

Angelique's exit from Massy
... no ordinary whistleblower, hoping her words hold weight

All ah we corrupt
When news of Basdeo Panday's passing broke last week, only the hypocrites among UNC's leadership and membership bothered to commiserate with the family. As if it was some signal for UNC supporters and members to ignite a struggle for leadership, they sang praise to their fallen leader in one breath, then placed the question of the leadership of the party that has not been up for discussion since the last internal election.

Ducking the lack of political will

Call for enhanced protection measures
Dealing with domestic violence...

Basdeo Panday: In his own words
The untold story of Basdeo Panday

Basdeo Panday's complicated legacy with Caroni workers
Sugar workers like to think Panday's political rise and his ultimately becoming prime minister in 1995 were built on the backs of their support. They would later feel betrayed by the very demigod they created as Caroni 1975 Limited, closed eight years after Panday's rise to power.

Mickela says her father would rather have constitutional reform than something in his name

Humphrey wants Mickela to continue Panday's dynasty

Residents want Panday's hometown roads repaired

Satya Marajó ready to 'ascend the stage'

Lawyer asks CoP to suspend new firearm licence directives
These include the payment of $500 to renew the licence, a certificate of competence issued by a registered firearm instructor, a medical certificate and submission of a renewal application for a firearm licence before April 1.

B.Yisrael challenges home search warrant
DEPUTY Chief Secretary of the Tobago House of Assembly (THA) Dr Faith B.Yisrael has filed an application for judicial review against the issuance of a search warrant executed by police at her Belle Gardens, Tobago, home last July.

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