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Clash over Dragon gas
Posted: Monday, February 5, 2024

Clash over Dragon gas
Moonilal and Young spar

Young denies UNC claims about secret company in Dragon deal
ENERGY Minister Stuart Young dismissed claims from Oropouche East MP Dr Roodal Moonilal that Government secretly formed a company to help it execute the 30-year licence it has to explore and exploit the hydrocarbon resources of Venezuela's Dragon field.

Young also dismissed claims from Oropouche West MP Davendranath Tancoo that he identified the cost of a pipeline from the Dragon field to the Hibiscus platform in TT waters as US$100 million.

Moonilal claims secret company formed for Dragon deal

Noble: Increase resources for children born into chaos, or face their mounting rage

Criminologists: 'Don't be unfair to Erla'
CRIMINOLOGISTS Darius Figuera and Kavita Chotak said it is unrealistic to expect Commissioner of Police Erla Harewood-Christopher to make a significant reduction in crime after only one year in office.

UNC wants JSC to grill Police Service Commission - 'Why pick Erla?'
OROPOUCHE East MP Dr Roodal Moonilal has called on the Parliament's National Security joint select committee (JSC) to question the Police Service Commission (PSC) on the process it used to select Erla Harewood-Christopher as Commissioner of Police (CoP) last February.

Legendary Blue Boys saving traditional mas in Sando
Ramsingh said he had considered walking away from the dying tradition. His core group consisted 15 members, most in their 70s, struggling to hold on to ole mas in San Fernando.

Junior parade of the bands draw over 200 entrants

Sidara, now cancer-free, works to raise awareness of childhood disease

Kman Sixx banned from St Kitts
Police: Music a threat to public order and safety

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