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Two men killed in Central


Police officers continue to be occupied with mounting murder investigations, after two murders in Central Trinidad on Monday.

PSA President Watson Duke has been granted $250,000 bail and will reappear in court on June 9th.

It is indeed a pleasure for me, as line Minister for Information and Communications Technology (ICT) and Telecommunications, to join the 193 countries of the United Nations’ International Telecommunications Union (ITU) in commemorating World Telecommunication and Information Society Day, the theme of which is “ICT Entrepreneurship for Social Impact”.

Former Presiding Officer Kelvin Charles is among the seven persons contesting the Political Leadership of the PNM's Tobago Council.

Tuesday May 17, 2016 – Following the May 16th protest by the City Corporation’s employees currently working at the Carib Street Complex, Mr. Indarjit Singh, CEO; is assuring the public that the San Fernando City Corporation is committed to providing all necessary equipment to ensure they are provided with safe working conditions.

The Inter-American Development Bank's Lead Oil and Gas Specialist in its Energy Division, Dr. Ramon Espinasa, says this country does not need to change its energy model.

Examining, maximising and understanding how the Energy Ministry plans to increase hydrocarbon production was the focus when the Ministry of Energy came under the scrutiny of the Joint Select Committee of Parliament on Tuesday.

50 arrested in police exercises

Police have arrested 50 persons for various offences and seized four firearms in exercises throughout several Divisions in Trinidad and Tobago late on Monday evening.

The NP branch of the Oilfields Workers' Trade Union is backing its President General Ancel Roget after he was ordered to pay former General Manager, Human Resouces of the National Petroleum Company Limited, Geeta Ragoonath, for defamation of her character and reputation.

There continues to be unresolved problems at the Ecclesville Presbyterian Primary School in Rio Claro and parents say they've reached their limit.

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