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COVID 19: The Perfect storm Pt 3

Energy pioneer Krishan Persad tell Hema Ramkissoon that oil production will be up in the next five years.

Energy Minister: We could be hurt severely

[email protected] Energy Minister Franklin Khan has admitted that if the ongoing price-war between Saudi Arabia and Russia continues for a prolonged period this country could...

Cascadura project estimated at 73

[email protected] Touchstone Exploration Inc’s Cascadura project has been confirmed as a significant discovery according to a new independent reserves report. Consultant GLJ Ltd has estimated...

$500m never converted

Police, the Financial Intelligence Bureau (FIB) and the Financial Intelligence Unit (FIU) may currently be exploring who has the “missing” $500 million missing in...

JMMB Group records $35.1m in net profit

The JMMB Group has recorded J$780 million (TT$35.1 million) in net profit for the three months ended June 30, 2020. This represented a 36.7 per...

UN urges building of sustainable tourism sector post COVID-19

The COVID-19 pandemic is an “unprecedented opportunity to transform the relationship of tourism with nature, climate and the economy”, the United Nations has stated...

Business chambers recommend creation of a National Recovery Fund

Local business chambers are recommending that Government launch a National Recovery Fund, as well as additional tax credits for employees, and income support for self-employed persons, in light of the COVID-19 crisis in the country.

Amcham survey shows 3,000 jobs at risk due to COVID-19

[email protected] In a survey of the Amcham T&T membership conducted over a two-week period before and after the official stay at home order made by...

COVID-19: The Perfect storm Pt 2

Ian Narine joins the conversation, how will the stock markets react?

CinemaONE profits decline by 284%

The impact of the COVID-19 pandemic has caused CinemaONE Ltd to experience a 284.1 per cent decline in net profit for the nine months...



Penal residents complain of rising crime

Shastri Boodan Residents of Tulsa Trace, San Francique Road, Penal spent a greater part of yesterday's holiday either worrying or securing their premises because of...

Woman awaiting medical assistance dies

Relatives of a 63-year-old Plymouth woman claim her chances of surviving a dangerous fall were reduced because of a long wait time for medical...

No ransom request for Sangre Grande businesswoman

Relatives of a Sangre Grande businesswoman, who was kidnapped outside her family’s supermarket on Wednesday morning, are yet to receive a ransom request. Police...

PM Rowley praises T&T’s resilience

PM’s Republic Day message: It is my pleasure today to salute — on behalf of the Government of Trinidad and Tobago, my own family,...

Griffith slams critics of DSS raid

Anna-Lisa Paul Police Commissioner Gary Griffith has asked those challenging his officers’ decision to raid and seize funds from the Drugs Sou Sou in La...