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Digicel files injunction against bmobile

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Kyron Regis [email protected] Digicel Trinidad has filed a court injunction against a mobile competitor which Guardian Media Ltd understands is bmobile. The injunction was filed to...

Scotiabank, Sagicor cancel distribution deal

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Scotiabank T&T and Sagicor Financial Corporation Ltd have cancelled their distribution deal. In a release issued yesterday Scotiabank T&T said both companies “have mutually...

Bar Owners Association condemns bars breaching COVID Regulations

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The Bar Owners Association of Trinidad and Tobago (BOATT) has condemned bar owners breaching the current COVID-19 Regulations, and is encouraging citizens to partner with it in keeping bars, pubs and restaurants COVID-19 free.

COVID-19 forces QPCC to let go CEO, staff

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The nation's wealthiest and most renowned cricket club Queen's Park has been hit hard by the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic that started in March and as a result, the club was forced to make drastic changes brought on by force majeure.

Small, medium enterprises loan programme starts

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There is good news for small and medium enterprises as the Government’s $300 million loan guarantee programme is expected to kick off this week.

Central Bank to maintain repo at 3.5%

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[email protected] The Central Bank has decided that it will maintain the repo rate at 3.5 per cent noting that there is excess reserves reaching over...

NGC launches energy efficiency app

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The National Gas Company (NGC) has launched an App which can be used to identify consumers’ energy use of everyday appliances. The company...

Port workers protest affects weekend ferries sailings

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In its latest public advisory, the TTIT provides amended sailing schedules on the sea-bridge for Saturday 27th and Sunday 28th June 2020.

NGC launches an Energy Efficiency App

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The National Gas Company of Trinidad and Tobago Limited (NGC) has launched an app which the company says can be used to identify consumers’ energy use of everyday appliances.

TTPS warns of social media ‘grants’ scam

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The Trinidad and Tobago Police Service (TTPS) is warning the public to be extremely wary of online scams, in which persons are contacted by individuals about an opportunity to obtain free money in the form of a grant from the Government, or a recognised world organisation or institution such as the United Nations.

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Victoria's Secret opens first store in T&T

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Victoria’s Secret has opened its first retail store in Trinidad and Tobago. The iconic brand opened its doors at Gulf City Mall Friday. Victoria’s Secret products...

Bones of missing teen found in La Lune

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Seven months after Dianedra Samuel heard a rumour that someone murdered her 16-year-old son, Christon Marshall and buried him in a shallow grave in Moruga, police found his body near the La Lune shoreline on Friday.
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Rajaee, 9 others committed to stand trial for Seetahal’s murder

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More than six years after her death, ten men will stand trial for the murder of for­mer In­de­pen­dent Sen­a­tor Dana See­ta­hal, SC. Senior Magistrate Indrani...
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Padarath slams Govt’s handling of stranded Trinis

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Watch out, the United National Congress’ “Pepper Mouth MP” is back. And even before he lands today, Barry Padarath came out swinging at the People’s...

Missing Oropouche teen found

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Oropouche teenager, FELICIA SOOKRAM, who was reported missing on Tuesday 7th July 2020, has been found.