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Monday, May 25, 2020


Proman Trinidad gives over TT$1 million in its COVID support initiatives

Over the last couple of months, petrochemicals company Proman Trinidad and Tobago has given over TT$ 1 million in relief and support to frontline healthcare workers, as well as fence-line communities and vulnerable families in its host community of Couva.

Cabinet rift led to Le Hunte departure

Minister of Communications Donna Cox confirmed that Le Hunte tendered his resignation on Sunday and that it was accepted by Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley.

AMCHAM T&T: Early re-start helps secure jobs and continue trade

AMCHAM T&T: "The slightly earlier re-opening of additional businesses will begin the slow process of kick-starting our economy by securing jobs for employees, continuing trade, and earning much needed foreign exchange..."

TTMA: Early re-start shows confidence in manufacturers

TTMA: "The PM has today expressed his confidence in us by accelerating the date for the reopening of manufacturing, and we wish to thank him for the decision taken..."

T&T Chamber pleased with early Phase 2

T&T Chamber: "We are happy The Government has agreed to reopen the manufacturing, construction, automotive repair, tyre shops, laundry and dry-cleaning sectors early..."

T&T’s growing joblessness

Samantha was supposed to start a new job on Monday March 30. “I was excited. I was turning a new page in my life and...

NGL’s Q1 profits slide by 85 per cent

Kyron Regis [email protected] For the first quarter of 2020 Trinidad and Tobago NGL Limited (TTNGL) recorded an after tax profit of $6.9 million. This represents an...

Record profits for GraceKennedy

While companies around the world have been suffering financially as a result of COVID-19, the GraceKennedy Group has recorded its best results in recent...

La Brea communities get COVID relief from Caribbean Gas Chemical Limited

Some 200 families in the La Brea area recently received social support assistance from Caribbean Gas Chemical Limited (CGCL), as part of its effort to support its host communities during the current COVID-19 pandemic.

Timeline of the Paria Fuel / Rodriguez saga

March 26 Acting Permanent Secretary at the Ministry of National Security Gary Joseph informs the Chief Immigration Officer that permission has been granted...


Four found dead in New Grant

Police are currently at Daly Road New Grant after the bullet-riddled bodies of three men and one woman were found in some...

Man stabbed to death by drug block thugs

After he converted to Islam two years ago, Selwyn Joseph began trying to clean up the streets of San Juan where he lived and...

Missing persons alert

The Trinidad and Tobago Police Service is seeking the urgent assistance of the public in locating 13-year-old Sou-Ann Lamothe. Sou-Ann, was last...

Immigration officers want warning letters on Delcy expunged from files

Days after Chief Immigration Officer (CIO) Charmaine Gandhi-Andrews sent out letters to officers warning them that severe penalties can be imposed if they...

Iranian oil tanker arrives in Venezuela

The first of five Iranian oil tankers heading to Venezuela to help ease fuel shortages has entered the country's waters, encountering no immediate signs of US interference amid a diplomatic standoff.