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Imbert: Over 74,500 Salary Relief Grants have been paid

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Joel Julien [email protected] The Ministry of Finance has so far paid out 74,549 Salary Relief Grants with a total value of $112 million, Finance Minister Colm...

EHL’s profits decline by 83 per cent

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[email protected] Endeavour Holdings Ltd (EHL) has experienced an 83 per cent decline in its profits for the year ended April 30, 2020—sliding from $38 million...

Budget Day is Monday 5th October 2020

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The Finance Minister will present the National Budget for 2020-2021 on Monday 5th October 2020.

PM: COVID has shrunk economy by 10%

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Today, we conclude a two-part Guardian Media exclusive interview by Ira Mathur with Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley. In it, he addresses...

bpTT tells PM it’s sending home 25% of staff

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Joel Julien ([email protected]) Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley says bpTT officials have told him they...

Former Trade Minister is new CEO of UWI Lok Jack GSB

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Former Minister of Trade and Industry, Mariano Browne, has been appointed the new Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the Arthur Lok Jack Global School of Business (ALJ-GSB).

NH gets Grenada contract

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NH International (Caribbean)Ltd has been appointed as the main structural contractor for the Six Senses La Sagesse resort in Grenada. The Six Senses La Sagesse,...

IDB launches programme to harness Caribbean innovation

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The Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) yesterday announced the launch of the Pivot Movement which is aimed at harnessing the most innovative ideas for Caribbean...

Tourism Ministry extends accommodation upgrade project

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The tourism sector is expected to receive a major boost following Government’s move to extend TAUP—Tourism Accommodation Upgrade Project—up to 2023.

Caribbean Gas Chemical Limited responds to La Brea Community’s concerns

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Caribbean Gas Chemical Limited (CGCL) has responded to complaints and concerns raised by residents of the Square Deal, Vessigny and Sobo Communities, (persons residing outside the Buffer Zone of the Union Industrial Estate), in respect of excessive noise and vibrations.

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Penal residents complain of rising crime

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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...
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Woman awaiting medical assistance dies

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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...
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No ransom request for Sangre Grande businesswoman

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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...
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Griffith slams critics of DSS raid

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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...
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PM Rowley praises T&T’s resilience

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