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Posted: Tuesday, February 20, 2024

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Ramnarine said when he joined TSTT, the company had amassed a $3 billion debt and was haemorrhaging money, including $300 million in interest payable on the debt.

"At the same time the company was losing about $1 billion in revenue, just by the nature of the industry.

"TSTT was operating at a cash-loss position of $30 million per month, that is $360 million a year."

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"The other tragedy of this unfortunate event is that Trinidad and Tobago are not signatories to the international convention that deals with pollution in the seas," Alfonso said.

She explained that T&T signed onto the International Convention Relating to Civil Liability for Oil Pollution Damage 1992 and the International Convention on the Establishment of an International Fund for Compensation for Oil Pollution Damage 1992 but they were not subsequently incorporated into local law.

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Police destroy $1.6m in cannabis trees, seedlings
Police officers destroyed 1,600 cannabis trees and several seedlings, with an estimated street value of $1.6 million dollars, during a drug eradication exercise in the Moruga District on February 16.

$500k in cocaine washes ashore in Tobago
Tobago police are investigating the discovery of 1.109 kilos of cocaine which washed ashore near Cove Estate on Sunday.

Soldier gunned down, 3 others hurt in Diego
The victim was identified as Denapoli Nicholai Greene, 27, of 65 La Puerta Avenue, Diego Martin. The soldier was last assigned to Camp La Romain in south Trinidad.

A police report said at 9.45 pm, Greene was liming at La Puerta Avenue with a group of men when a silver-coloured vehicle drove up to them. Two gunmen got out the car and opened fire on the group. Greene died at the scene.

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