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A cargo of Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) produced by Atlantic, will leave the company’s facility in Point Fortin and traverse the newly expanded Panama Canal on July 26, 2016. The cargo, which is destined for Mexico, will be transported by the BP-owned LNG tanker, British Merchant and is the first LNG tanker with a cargo from Atlantic’s facility to go through the new locks.

Thursday, 21 July 2016 13:23

4 GUNMEN ROB MAYARO BAR

Mayaro Police are seeking the public's help in finding four men who robbed patrons and the owners of the Merry Men Bar on the Manzanilla Road.

Wednesday, 20 July 2016 22:26

EXERCISE "TURBULENCE" IN TOBAGO

In an effort to beef up their communication protocols during times of disaster, the Tobago Emergency Management Agency conducted a drill on Wednesday themed, "Exercise Turbulence".

Close to one hundred teachers are under investigation by the Ministry of Education for absenteeism.

Wednesday, 20 July 2016 19:42

GOVERNMENT BOOKS BEING SOLD IN BOOKSTORES

The Education Ministry has found proof that government books are being sold in bookstores. On Wednesday, Minister Anthony Garcia showed a copy of one such book that was bought from a bookstore in Arima. This, as the investigation into an alleged "textbook racket" continues.

Wednesday, 20 July 2016 19:41

STUDENTS WEIGH IN ON ‘GATE’ DISCUSSIONS

Conversations about the future of ‘GATE’ continue with the members of the UWI socialist group weighing in on the discussion. Activist and former Guild President Amilcar Sanatan believes measures should be put in place to give students the opportunity to have part time jobs while getting a tertiary education.

Prime Minister Dr. Keith Rowley says the government will review the final report into the Government Assistance for Tuition Programme with a very caring eye.

A final decision on the future of ‘GATE’ is to be made in about a week and a half. This, as the Minister of Education, Anthony Garcia, acknowledged the public's anxiety over the GATE programme. He promised to inform the population before school reopens.

Wednesday, 20 July 2016 19:38

BILLIONS IN TAXES OWED TO GOVERNMENT

The entire national budget can be financed by money that is 'squirreled away' by corruption and money laundering, according to Attorney General Faris Al-Rawi.

Billions of dollars in suspicious transactions have been uncovered in Trinidad and Tobago. This from the Attorney General, Faris Al-Rawi, as he urged the local business community to show interest in the passage of the Civil Asset Forfeiture Bill.

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