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ERLA STAYS
Posted: Tuesday, May 14, 2024

ERLA STAYS
CABINET APPROVES ONE YEAR EXTENSION FOR TOP COP

Erla stays in charge Cabinet extends CoP's tenure for one more year
When Harewood-Christopher had reached the retirement age of 60 on May 15, 2023, Cabinet had given her a one-year extension up to May 24, 2024.

Cabinet gives CoP Erla another year
Commissioner of Police Erla Harewood-Christopher has been given a one-year extension by the Cabinet but not all stakeholders are happy with the decision.

Police union pledges to support Police Commissioner
WHILE acknowledging that the job of police commissioner will be no easy task, the Police Social and Welfare Association (PSWA) has congratulated Commissioner of Police Erla Harewood-Christopher (CoP) on Cabinet's decision to extend her tenure for another year.

Young: Government will seek gas payments from NiQuan
Young replied, "The TT Upstream Downstream Energy Operations Company Ltd, in accordance with provisions under its gas supply contract with NiQuan Energy Trinidad Limited (NiQuan) terminated the said contract in August 2023 due to non-payment of invoices. Over US$21 million was owed by NiQuan at that time.

Young: Trinidad and Tobago now paying US$1m for Dragon field taxes

Paray to lead team to contest UNC polls; Anita also a contender
Both Mayaro MP Rushton Paray and Tabaquite MP Anita Haynes-Alleyne intend to contest a post in the UNC's National Executive elections on June 15.

Ex-PSA boss against Colm's public accounts audit probe

First intra-regional sailings as early as August
AN estimated six million Caricom citizens could benefit from an intra-regional ferry service for goods and travel from as early as August 2024.

Villagers, LSA begin reconstruction of Randy's house
At the crack of dawn, villagers from Diamond Village, San Fernando gathered at the home of their neighbour Randy Seepersad and his mother Shirley Boysie, eager to begin reconstruction of his home.

Randy is disabled, while his mother is visually impaired.



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