Press Releases (317)

The Minister of Finance has taken note of an article in the Newsday of Friday January 12th, 2018, with the headline “Slow Boat To ‘Bago”. The article claims that the Government is negotiating with a company in Singapore by the name of Singapore Technologies Marine Limited to purchase what the newspaper has described as a very large and fancy cruise ferry, built in Singapore, and equipped with a helicopter landing pad and entertainment facilities, among other things.

Prime Minister Dr. the Honourable Keith Rowley and Mrs. Sharon Rowley visited Dr. Jean Ramjohn-Richards and her family today (Thursday 11 January, 2018) to personally extend condolences on the passing of former President of the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago, Professor George Maxwell Richards.

The Ministry of Health is advising the public that the Lactalis Group in Laval, France has recalled certain lots of the Picot and Milumel brands of infant milk products due to fears of salmonella bacteria contamination.

Cabo Star Sailing Delayed

The Port Authority of Trinidad and Tobago has announced a delay in the sailing of the Cabo Star today -December 14th.

State-owned oil company Petrotrin has responded to a video on Facebook and comments which suggest that company employee Vidya Deokiesingh had to be escorted off the Company's compound fearing for his personal safety on Friday.

The Water and Sewerage Authority is advising customers in parts of North-East Trinidad that there may be a disruption in their pipe-bourne supply until Monday.

Opposition Chief Whip Dr. David Lee denies making an agreement with Prime Minister Dr. Keith Rowley during debate on the Anti-gang Bill.

Fitzroy Harewood has resigned as President of state-owned Petrotrin.

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"Ready for the challenge ahead" that is the message from national footballers Khaleem Hyland and Reon Moore as they
The Senior Men's National Football team on Saturday were hard at work at the Larry Gomes Stadium as they prepare for
A six team seven-a-side football tournament was held today at the Tacarigua Indoor Facility, featuring pupils from
The Southern Games is back after an initial cancellation. Guaracara Park in the heart of the Pointe-a-Pierre
A bad day for champion club, Queen's Park, as they lost both premier division matches to Comets and Merryboys
Thursday marked Day One of the 111th edition of the Trinidad and Tobago Open at the St. Andrews Golf Course in Moka.
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