FINANCE Minister Colm Imbert yesterday slammed the former People’s Partnership (PP) government for its “capricious
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EDUCATION Minister Anthony Garcia yesterday said no decision has been taken as to whether a
PUBLIC Utilities Minister Robert Le Hunte yesterday told members of the House of Representatives that
EDUCATION Minister Anthony Garcia yesterday said some students who were involved in a bullying
WORKS and Transport Minister Rohan Sinanan yesterday announced that remedial works have been initiated to
ENERGY Minister Franklin Khan yesterday said eight families whose homes were damaged as a result
PRIME Minister Dr Keith Rowley will lead discussions to finalise a draft counter-terrorism strategy for
ATTORNEY General Faris Al-Rawi yesterday welcomed Transparency International’s 2017 Corruption Perception Index (CPI) of 41.
THE Police Complaints Authority (PCA) will investigate allegations of abuse by police during riots in
UNITED Kingdom’s High Commissioner to Trinidad and Tobago Tim Stew yesterday said that if anyone
THE Special Select Committee (SSC) appointed to consider the notifications of people for the
FINANCE Minister Colm Imbert yesterday disclosed that the total amount of US dollars used to
TT and Sweden are seeking to strengthen bilateral co-operation on human rights and gender equality.
Government will undertake a comprehensive review of the economy, its legislative agenda and other matters
THE sexual orientation of President-elect Paula-Mae Weeks is irrelevant.
GOVERNMENT is set to take delivery of the US$17.
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