Gordon Husbands, a Director of Vision on Mission, says the Prison Service and the Judicial System cannot be separated in discussions as they are linked; Officials of First Citizens Bank and Republic Bank Limited say Saturday banking is not in the cards right now; and the 18th Annual Scotiabank Charity Golf Tournament teed off at the St. Andrews Golf Club in Moka today amid mixed conditions.
Look for haze and dull skies with few clouds, leading to a clear night.
UNC moves to take legal action against the government to stop the implementation of the Property Tax; Tourism Minister Shamfa Cudjoe explains $59,000 cellphone bill; and commercial banks say customer satisfaction continues to remain a top priority.
Opposition grills Tourism Minister over the $59,000 phone bill; and UNC protests outside Couva Children’s Hospital.
UNC protests outside Couva Children's Hospital; and Lara on show in Central.
UNC supporters stage protest walk near Couva Children’s Hospital; Health Minister Terrence Deyalsingh says gov’t may not be able to continue paying the public health care bill if it continues to increase as is happening now; Bankers association says there’s always a cheaper alternative to banking that customers should look at among other stories.
Representatives of the Banks Association of Trinidad and Tobago discuss their new public education drive with Good Morning Trinidad and Tobago host Ria Roopchandsingh. Kelly Bute-Seaton, BATT’s Executive Director, and Dixie-Ann Dickson, BATT’s Communications Specialist, spoke about BATT’s role in the sector and gave some insight into the process and procedure for customer complaints to highlight banking issues.