The TTPS is seeking the urgent assistance of the public in locating 24-year-old Steven Mathew Otway.
Steven, of Montrose Main Road, Chaguanas, was last seen leaving his home around 8:10 am, on May 11th.
He was reported missing to the Chaguanas Police Station, around 9:30 pm, on May 13th, by his neighbour.
Steven is of mixed descent, 5 feet 6 inches tall and slim built with a brown complexion and short hair.
He was last seen wearing a pair of ¾ jeans.
Steven has a tattoo of a cross on his right shoulder and one of the word ‘Monica’ on his chest.
Economist Dr Ronald Ramkissoon says from a short-term perspective, Finance Minister Colm Imbert did a fair job with the country’s economy. He, however, noted that for citizens to experience the benefits from any economic growth more needs to be done.
“To the extent that there is growth – it is positive and I think we have to recognise that. Unless we come up with the strategy to grow by upwards of three, four per cent – some would say five per cent – we not going to make any fundamental change to the lives of people.”
A Standard Two teacher is now warded in critical condition at the hospital following a brutal stabbing that occurred at a primary school in Arouca in full view of pupils on Monday.
A team of officials from the Ministry of Education including School Supervisors and the Student Support Services are currently at this time engaged in a meeting with the school principal in his office at St Pius Boys RC School at Lopinot Road.
Ummah T&T The Muslim Federation is demanding that government give all religious organisations concessions to import surveillance equipment to monitor people entering and exiting houses of worship.
Imam Rasheed Karim, the head of the organisation made the call on Monday at a news conference at Greenidge Street, Felicity.
Speaking days three days after the shooting death of Haniff Mohammed last Friday at the Junon Street Mosque, Karim said worshippers are very cautious when attending and leaving houses of worship.
The economy has gone from being on life support to totally dead under the People’s National Movement.
This was how Opposition Leader Kamla Persad-Bissessar summed up Finance Minister Colm Imbert’s presentation on the Mid-Year Budget Review yesterday in Parliament, adding he did not put forward any policy or plans in place for the country’s real development.
Perennially negative commentators!
That’s how Finance Minister Colm Imbert dismissed assorted comment on the economy during his Mid-Year Budget Review yesterday.
Detailing his defence of Government’s economic management via what he said was actual data, Imbert maintained T&T’s economy sustained three consecutive quarters of growth in 2018
The Government is still in negotiations concerning the future of Atlantic LNG Train 1, Minister of Communications Stuart Young said in Parliament on Monday.
The Port-of-Spain North/St Ann’s West MP said the Opposition was using the recent announcement by BPTT concerning gas supply to the Point Fortin plant, as a tool for fear mongering.
“Yes, obviously this government is going to look at what happens with Train 1.
There is no rejoicing, this government is not happy about any setback whatsoever, in the energy sector.
BPTT’s production will fall by up to 300 million standard cubic feet per day in 2020 and 2021, according to the energy major.
This is a 15 per cent drop in production and conflicts with the Mid-year Budget Review presented by Finance Minister Colm Imbert.
Imbert tried to downplay the significance of the decline by saying he expected little impact on natural gas production.
The Government’s move to finally grant approval to the Tobago House of Assembly (THA) to borrow money on the local market to finance Tobago’s development is “satisfactory” says economist Dr Vanus James.
James was reacting to Finance Minister Colm Imbert’s 2019 Mid-year Budget Review, in Parliament on Monday, that the THA will soon be given permission to borrow.
Put your taxes in order via Government’s upcoming three-month tax amnesty, because future amnesties are unlikely.
This was Finance Minister Colm Imbert’s warning in his mid-year review yesterday as he announced the amnesty on all forms of taxation.
The measure was the only one announced in Imbert’s “good news” review, where he painted a glowing picture of the economy, gave assurances on recent concerns about BPTT’s gas supplies for Atlantic LNG’s Train One - and hit critics and commentators.