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NIF2 160% oversubscribed
Posted: Friday, February 16, 2024

Imbert: NIF2 160% oversubscribed
As of Wednesday, the total applications for the $400 million available in NIF2 bonds had crossed $1 billion, including over $700 million in applications from a total of 3,644 individual investors, with more applications to be tallied yesterday, said Imbert.

Jagdeo: Guyana can't be blamed for Tobago oil spill

Venezuela ready to co-operate
Maduro instructs officials to monitor spill, lend aid to T&T...

TEMA in 'command, control' of oil spill

Tobago spill enters Grenada's marine space
Grenada has contacted the Caribbean Disaster Emergency Management Agency and other partners, as possible oil from the Tobago oil spill has entered their marine area of responsibility.

Lambeau students temporarily relocated to Scarborough business place
It said the schools will would closed as a result of air quality concerns stemming from the recent oil spill incident. It asked that all staff, students and parents remain vigilant for forthcoming information and guidance, which would be communicated through official channels.

Couva North MP worried about Tobago oil spill

Lee: Methanol plant closure signals trouble in energy sector
Lee said the move, "by the world's largest producer and supplier of methanol to shut down one of the region's largest plants which provides millions in revenue, forex (foreign exchange), and employment for TT is not just a massive blow for our economy but is a dilemma that has been totally manufactured by this Government's persistent failure to address the gas shortage for the last eight years."

Judge: Give me back my security
On May 31, 2023, Police Commissioner Christopher sent correspondence to Justice Seepersad advising that there exists negligible threats against him and a decision had been taken to revise his security.

'Blame rising costs, shorter season'
2024 Carnival calendar 'a real challenge', say event promoters...

Pensioner stabbed to death at home
Singh lived alone at Silica Sand Road, which is off the Valencia Bypass.

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