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Central Bank warns Govt to cut spending

Inflation country’s biggest problem, —Governor Williams

Central Bank Governor Ewart Williams says increasing inflation poses the biggest threat to the country’s economy, and warns that T&T may be on the brink of returning to double-digit inflation...

 

 

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Equal opportunity

EOA goes back to Privy Council

THE controversial Equal Opportunity Act (EOA) will be back before the Judicial Committee of the Privy Council on July 7...

Equal opportunity

Commissioners sworn in

Commissioners of the long-awaited Equal Opportunity Commission took the oath of office yesterday at President’s House, with the aim of providing restitution in instances of discrimination...

Oma Panday’s surgery scheduled tomorrow

Oma Panday is to undergo several hours of open-heart surgery tomorrow at a London hospital, it has been confirmed...

Ramesh: Parliament isn’t a court

UNC chief whip Ramesh Lawrence Maharaj could end up taking the contempt matter against himself and other UNC MPs to court if the Parliament—which began the matter—lacks the proper jurisdiction to initiate it, Maharaj says...

 

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Finance Minister: Govt not to blame for inflation

FINANCE MINISTER Karen Nunez-Tesheira yesterday dismissed claims that Government’s rapid pace of development remains the primary cause for this country’s spiralling inflation...

We can make it if we try

Ahhh! How refreshing it was to sit and chat with local filmmaker/producer, Danielle Dieffenthaller...

Stanford owes T&TCB US$90,000

THE STANFORD Group owes the T&T Cricket Board US$90,000, as payment promised for development programmes last year...

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Man with a vision

NUGFW president general James Lambert dreams of trade union unity

Newly elected president general of the National Union of Government and Federated Workers (NUGFW), James Lambert, has big plans for the union he has been chosen to lead and intends to position T&T’s largest trade union to survive well into the future.

Ten teens vie for Hal Jackson title

Ten young women will compete for a chance to represent T&T at the annual staging of The Hal Jackson’s Talented Teens International (HJTTI) competition, this year in Tortola, British Virgin Islands...

West Indies back to winning ways

AFTER A STRING of disappointing results at the Queen’s Park Oval, the West Indies registered three wins against Sri Lanka in three matches over the past two weeks...

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