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Friday, June 5, 2020


Tobago’s wastage of taxpayers money happening for a long time

[email protected] The Chairman of the Tobago Business Chamber, Martin George has revealed that wastage in Tobago has been occurring for years. Speaking in an interview...

Finance Minister defends Government support of Heritage Petroleum

Minister of Finance, Colm Imbert MP, has defended Government’s recent decisions concerning Heritage Petroleum, and its continued support of the state-owned company.

Homeless shelter gets face masks and temperature gauges

The Centre for Socially Displaced Persons recently received a donation of face masks and temperature gauges from Sagicor, in what the Ministry of Social Development and Family Services describes as a “display of solidarity in the fight against COVID-19”.

T&T Chamber: We must all comply with ‘No Mask, No Service’...

The Trinidad and Tobago Chamber of Industry and Commerce is urging all citizens to comply with all public health and safety protocols issued by the Health Ministry, as another phase of reopening of business activity begins.

One in five vehicles uninsured

[email protected] One in every five vehicles on the nation’s roads is uninsured, according to estimates from the Association of T&T Insurance Companies (ATTIC). “It is conservatively...

TTPBA: Prime Minister’s statements on media ‘unfortunate’

The Trinidad and Tobago Publishers and Broadcasters Association (TTPBA) has responded to Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley’s assertions concerning media fairness and journalistic integrity, in this country.

ATTIC commends TTPS on apprehending Motor Insurance Certificate fraudster

The Association of Trinidad and Tobago Insurance Companies (ATTIC) is commending the Trinidad and Tobago Police Service (TTPS) for the recent apprehension of an alleged perpetrator of motor insurance certificate fraud.

Scotia named T&T’s best bank

Scotiabank has been named the best bank in Trinidad and Tobago according to Global Finance Magazine. The Global Finance Magazine selects the best financial institutions...

UTC to close its Bureau de Change

[email protected] The Unit Trust Corporation will close its Bureau de Charge business come August. At the Unit Trust Corporation’s 2020 Annual General Meeting (AGM), the company’s...

Economic opportunities Post COVID-19 Pt 3

DJ Private Ryan: Time to innovate


Missing beauty salon owner found

The owner of a beauty salon who was reported missing on Sunday 31 May 2020, has been found.

Teenagers among three shot in Wallerfield

Mark Bassant Three persons including two teenagers were shot and wounded in Wallerfield earlier tonight after gunmen opened fire on them. Investigators told Guardian Media that...

Son of murdered journalist shot dead

The son of deceased journalist Marcia Henville was shot and killed yesterday in one of two shootings that took place hours apart along the...

Oil workers in Mexico plead to come home

Dozens of Trinidad and Tobago oilfield workers in Mexico have issued a plea to the government to allow them to return home. The workers issued...

Wait is over, 29 cruise workers finally home

After months of trying to return home, twenty-nine Trinidad and Tobago nationals aboard the Carnival Fantasy Cruise ship should touch local soil...