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Acting Assistant Commissioner of Police, Vincent Edwards, is assuring residents of the Port of Spain Division that the police will do all that they can to ensure residents feel safe against gang violence.

Carnival Terror Plot Was Real

Minister in the Office of the Prime Minister, Stuart Young, says the terror plot to disrupt this year's Carnival was very real, despite claims that the event was a "scripted hoax."

Minister of Communications, Stuart Young, says a high-level delegation of businessmen from China will be arriving in Trinidad and Tobago on Saturday to continue discussions on investment between the two countries.

The Prime Minister, Dr. Keith Rowley, is pleased to extend greetings to the Islamic community on the celebration of Eid-ul-Fitr 2018.

Eid Greetings From Parliamentarians

Minister of Rural Development and Local Government, Kazim Hosein, is urging the Muslim community to continue the beautiful things they've been doing in the month of Ramadan throughout the year.

Government has begun the process of automating its services, in a bid to boost efficiency within the public sector.

Several businesses across Trinidad and Tobago are ensuring World Cup fans have what they need to show support.

One of the issues coming out from the 107th Session of the International Labour Organization (ILO) held in Switzerland one week ago was sexual harassment in the workplace.

Minister of Communications, Stuart Young, confirmed that a high-level delegation of businessmen from China will arrive in T&T on Saturday and will visit Lake Asphalt, the industrial park and Point Lisas. Government is expecting to sign MOUs with the Chinese businessmen, who will also visit Tobago.

The Property Tax is characterised by a pro-Christian bias.

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