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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 an audit into the industry has been completed. She revealed that 385 dealers were surveyed, out of which 335 were in full compliance, […]

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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 “Sustainable Tourism through Youth Involvement”. It seeks to position the tourism sector as a viable career option for future sustainable […]

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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 is also asking persons interested in becoming board members to contact the President at 382-2803 or […]

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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 operations at those facilities were done over the weekend. However, he said in a statement that works at the Mayo RC Primary School has […]

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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 assistance of the Bankers’ Association and Sergeant Joseph of the Cyber Unit. The men, a fisherman and student, were then charged for possession of […]

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June 27th, 2017

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The Biggest Barrier to Wealth Is Your Self-Limiting Beliefs

I’ve made millions by trading penny stocks and teaching my students how to do the same, but what a lot of people don’t know about me is that I was a philosophy major in college. My career has obviously taken me in a different direction, but the one thing that’s always stuck with me from my studies is Plato’s famous “Allegory of the Cave.” Here’s how Wikipedia sums up […]

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June 27th, 2017

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Compensation and  Grants

Compensation and Grants

We’re now in the aftermath of a major flooding issue caused by the passage of Tropical Storm Bret, and from the looks of it, many areas are in need of assistance. Flooding is not an unusual issue in this country, and almost every year there is a localized case due to heavy rains and other factors combined. In this case, as with others, waters would […]

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June 27th, 2017

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WWC: Windies determined to bounce back after loss to Aussies

WWC: Windies determined to bounce back after loss to Aussies

The Windies women are intent on bouncing back from a loss in their opening World Cup game against Australia today. Batting first against the Aussies, the regional ladies were bowled out for 204, with Hayley Matthews top scoring with 46 and Stefanie Taylor making 45. In response, the ladies from “down-under” swept away the target, losing just 2 wickets along the way. Nicole Bolton made […]

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June 26th, 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 comment by a Government member. However, she notes that two daily newspapers claimed that the party left the Chamber either during […]

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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 operations, he says they are continuing. AUDIO: Rondon update 26 06 17 Mr Rondon meanwhile says this disaster has taught him a […]

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June 26th, 2017

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