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Ramadharsingh says application process for grants too lengthy

Ramadharsingh says application process for grants too lengthy

Concerns have been raised about Government’s ability to provide the grants to persons affected by Tropical Storm Bret. Chairman of the Siparia Regional Corporation Glenn Ramadharsingh says the application process is too lengthy. AUDIO: Ramadharsingh lengthy 27 06 17 Mr ...

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June 27th, 2017

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Dry taps in some parts of Central tomorrow due to maintenance works

Dry taps in some parts of Central tomorrow due to maintenance works

Some parts of Central Trinidad will see an interruption in their water supply tomorrow between 8am and 8pm. This has become necessary in order to facilitate planned maintenance works at the Carlsen Field Water Treatment Plant. Areas affected include: Carlsen Field including ...

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June 27th, 2017

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Minister Rambharat says land tenure a major problem he intends to fix

Minister Rambharat says land tenure a major problem he intends to fix

Land tenure continues to be a major challenge for Agriculture Minister Clarence Rambharat. But, he has promised to fix it through the collection of proper data. AUDIO: Rambharat data 27 06 17 What would aid the process, Mr Rambharat adds, would be the support of public ...

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June 27th, 2017

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Call made for names of de-registered foreign used car dealers to be published

Call made for names of de-registered foreign used car dealers to be published

Publicize the names of the nine foreign used car dealers that have been de-registered. That’s the request being made by President of the T&T Automobile Dealers’ Association Visham Babwah. It follows a statement made in Parliament by Trade Minister Paula Gopee-Scoon that ...

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June 27th, 2017

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Tourism Ministry to host two youth outreach initiatives next month

Tourism Ministry to host two youth outreach initiatives next month

Next month, students will get the chance to interact with professionals in the tourism sector. According to the Tourism Ministry, it’s to be done through 2 major Tourism Youth Outreach initiatives. The first, being held on July 4th at the Hyatt Regency Hotel, is themed ...

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June 27th, 2017

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SJBA to elect new board in July

SJBA to elect new board in July

Come July 12th, the San Juan Business Association will have a new board. That’s because an election will be held during its annual general meeting on the same day. The Association in a brief statement is urging all members to become financial for the period 2017 to 2018. It ...

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June 27th, 2017

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Classes to resume at 3 schools; works at Mayo RC Primary School delayed

Classes to resume at 3 schools; works at Mayo RC Primary School delayed

Classes at some of the schools impacted by Tropical Storm Bret will resume today. The Education Ministry says these are: Warrenville TIA Primary School, North Oropouche RC Primary School and North Oropouche Govt Primary School. Minister Anthony Garcia confirmed that clean-up

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June 27th, 2017

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Two Bulgarian nationals on fraud charges

Two Bulgarian nationals on fraud charges

Two Bulgarian nationals have been arrested after they were found interfering with a Republic Bank ABM machine at the Piarco Airport. Police say the incident occurred on Friday and certain devices were also seized. Fraud Squad detectives continued investigations with the ...

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June 27th, 2017

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Opposition responds to reports on Parliament walkout

Opposition responds to reports on Parliament walkout

The Opposition is defending its recent walkout of Parliament and is responding to what it deems to be inaccurate reports on the matter. The walkout took place on Friday, June 23rd, and according to Opposition Leader Kamla Persad-Bissessar, it was prompted by a specific ...

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June 26th, 2017

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Displaced families in East Trinidad return to homes

Displaced families in East Trinidad return to homes

The families in east Trinidad displaced by Tropical Storm Bret have returned to their homes. This was confirmed by Chairman of the Sangre Grande Regional Corporation, Terry Rondon today. He says Habitat for Humanity stepped in and assisted with repairs and as for clean-up ...

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June 26th, 2017

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