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Venezuela to purchase TT goods

Trade Minister Paula Gopee-Scoon said one of the agreements signed between T&T and Venezuela on Monday will benefit the local manufacturing sector.

A $50 million roving fund is to be set up between Trinidad and Tobago and Venezuela.

Commissioner of Police (Ag.), Stephen Williams, has expressed shock and sadness over the shooting death of special reserve police officer, No.9719 JASON CYRIL JOHN. The officer had only recently enlisted in the service on October 24th, 2015 and was attached to the Court and Process Branch.

The Ministry of National Security’s Trinidad and Tobago Regiment mourns the death of 9666 Corporal Jerry Leacock who lost his life on Tuesday 24th May 2016. Reports are that at approximately 5:30 a.m., Corporal Leacock, while off duty, was shot at his home in Arima during a robbery. He was rushed to the Arima Health Facility for treatment but succumbed to his injuries. 

Opposition Senator Gerald Ramdeen has been referred to the Committee of Privileges of Parliament to answer a case of possible contempt over alleged public statements he made about former Independent Senator Justin Junkere.

JTUM hails TT-Venezuela agreements

The Joint Trade Union Movement is praising the Government for its decision to sign a US$50 million deal with Venezuela to address food shortages in the South American country.

One senior Economist says Trinidad and Tobago can learn a great deal from the current economic situation facing Venezuela.

The Attorney for the five Muslim men detained in Venezuela since 2014 is happy to hear that the T&T Government plans to discuss the repatriation of all T&T nationals held in that country.

The Court of Appeal has thrown out the UNC's election petition matter, having ruled 2-1 in favour of La Horquetta/Talparo MP Maxie Cuffie on Tuesday.

Carib lays off 14 workers

Despite having recorded sterling profits last year, contributing $505 million before tax to ANSA McAL's profit margin and having a monopoly in the market in this country with a regional and international presence, Carib Brewery Limited sent home more than a dozen monthly and weekly-paid staff this week.

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