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Carnival 2024 nets US$94.2 million
Posted: Monday, February 26, 2024

Carnival 2024 nets US$94.2 million or TT$640 million from Tourists

Venezuela, Guyana won't go to war
Prof Ivelaw Lloyd Griffith, a fellow of the Caribbean Policy Consortium and Senior Associate of the Centre of Strategic and International Studies, is of the view that the Venezuelan Government's aggression towards Guyana is aimed at appeasing Venezuela's domestic audience.

‘Foreign income subject to T&T taxes'
If you are one of the thousands of people resident in T&T who are earning foreign exchange, the law says those earnings are liable to be taxed in this country, according to two tax accountants at local firms.

Lead singer of Morgan Heritage, Peter Morgan, has died
The group did not disclose Peter's cause of death. He was 46 years old.

Farmers get $5m in Govt grants
"The programme seeks to empower farmers to modernise their facilities, adopt new technologies, and improve efficiency and safety in their agricultural practices. It has been highly influential in achieving its goals," it added.

EMA: Sahara dust causes unhealthy air quality

How Indian city of Indore got clean and kept record for 7 years

Cops hold wrong man
State must pay $127,850...

New Grant man, son, 8, homeless after fire

Protest over Laventille boy's murder
The Standard Five pupil of Eastern Boys' Government Primary School was hit by a stray bullet as he stood on the sidewalk on Laventille Road on Thursday after gunmen opened fire on a car driving through the area. The gunmen were reportedly targeting a man seated in the vehicle.

UNC wants answers in boy's death
The death of 12-year-old Ezekiel Paria, who was hit by a stray bullet while riding his bicycle in Laventille on Thursday, deserves a response from Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley and his Government, says Opposition Senator David Nakhid.

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