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Imbert: No curb on Govt spending

It would be impossible to have any “urgent reduction” in Government spending since development of roads, healthcare, education and security systems are necessary to make T&T a developed country, says Works Minister Colm Imbert...



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T&T dollar remains the same—Browne

Realignment of the T&T currency would not be prudent at this time since that would expose T&T to undue risk of currency volatility, Minister in Finance, Mariano Browne said yesterday...

Academic glory for Morvant student

Presentation student keeps it in the family

She beamed as her name was called...

Minister condemns profiteering...

Taylor: Govt will protect consumers

THE GOVERNMENT will not hesitate to implement the necessary legislation to discourage any adverse trade practices that are detrimental to consumers, warns Consumer Affairs Minister Peter Taylor...

Aftermath of Ravine Sable accident

Protesting villagers demand speed humps

IN THE wake of a six-year-old boy being struck by a truck on Monday, villagers of Ravine Sable in Longdenville staged a protest yesterday, demanding that speed humps be placed on the road...


‘We told you so’

—Fitun says concern about RBC billions too little too late

PRESIDENT of the Federation of Independent Trade Unions (Fitun) David Abdulah, said yesterday the warning by Central Bank Governor Ewart Williams that the proceeds from the sale of RBTT shares to the Royal Bank of Canada (RBC) would fuel further inflation comes a little too late...

The Rising Cost of Food

It is no secret that there has been an exponential increase in food prices worldwide, to the extent that consumers globally in a variety of languages are speaking with one voice, calling on their respective Governments to put food within economical reach...

Ambrose coming out of retirement for WIPA million

LOCAL cricket fans will have the opportunity to see former West Indies great Curtly Ambrose don flannels again...

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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.

Jazz on the Beach promises ‘the real thing’

Jazz in its purest form. That’s what the Mt Irvine Bay Hotel and Caribbean Airlines intend to serve up in Tobago on this, the weekend of the Plymouth jazz festival...

Beacon Cycling Series—West Indies versus The World

Foreigners dominate

ANOTHER successful Beacon Insurance West Indies versus The World Cycling Classic has ended...

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