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Dumas hopeful but has doubts
Posted: Monday, January 22, 2024

Dumas hopeful but has doubts
PM's plans for constitutional reform

Minister sorry
TSTT's 2023 cyberattack: 'Customers' data not compromised'

TTUDEOCL takes NiQuan to court over US$22,275,711 debt
As at July 31, 2023, NiQuan Energy Trinidad Limited (NiQuan) owed US$22,275,711 to the Trinidad and Tobago Upstream Downstream Energy Operations Company Limited (TTUDEOCL).

Religious bodies reintroduce covid protocols
Religious organisations have reverted to covid19 protocols in places of worship and schools amidst fears of a surge in cases.

53 perform at Junior Calypso preliminaries
Children from the south, central, east and north zones performed for the judges at the Kaiso House, Queen's Park Savannah while Tobago's turn will be on January 22.

Several performances stood out for various reasons but, overall, the youths showcased their singing and performing chops to the delight of the audience.

Pan lovers flock to Tobago large band prelims

Tobago bandleaders to get mas grants
Augustine said the proposal for grants that came to the THA was a budget of $140,000. But he said the executive council has agreed to double that amount to $280,000.

Former Integrity Commission head complains to Parliament about DPP:

Paria report hits neglect of victims' families
Endorsing a call made by Lynch at a recent news conference, the report's recommendations called for families in such types of crisis to be helped financially.

Late Massy Energy worker's sister agrees with CoE on financial assistance

Pressure mounts as UNC, MSJ want Paria board fired
... DPP yet to view CoE report into diving tragedy

Local Hindus celebrate Sri Ram temple in Ayodhya
WITH GREAT fanfare and festivity, hundreds of residents of Felicity and its environs descended on the Pierre Road Recreation Ground on Sunday evening to celebrate the consecration of the Sri Ram Mandir in Ayodhya.

In what is being considered Divali in January for millions of Hindus around the world, the Shri Ram Janam Bhumi Sthapna Committee, under the patronage of the High Commissioner of India in TT Dr Pradeep Singh Rajpurohit, held a public commemoration at the grounds.

Shiva Boy's Hindu College to be named after Basdeo Panday in 2025

10 charged for drunk driving after fete
The release said those charged were between the ages of 26 and 44. A total of 45 people were stopped during the exercise.

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